Dubai is a place of wonders and fears, so we decided to present you the most extravagant attractions in Dubai. The city is becoming one of the most impressive tourist destinations, and for good reasons. Located in the desert of the United Arab Emirates, the oasis of country is warm all year round and features postcard scenery with amazing city skylines and gorgeous natural landscapes. It is easy to go to the capital and never leave your hotel and still feel like you’ve had the holiday of a lifetime. However, there are some more curious types you will want to explore and you will not be disappointed!
Burj Al Arab
Holidays don’t get any more luxurious than when staying at the Burj Al Arab in city center! This seven star hotel is a futuristic building which had no expense spared when designing and building it. The interior is nothing short of awesome, you can dine in an underwater restaurant, relax in their world-renowned spa or swim in the hotel’s four astounding pools.
Wild Wadi Water Park
In close proximity to the world’s only seven-star hotel, the Wild Wadi Water Park offers 30 fun-filled rides and attractions that are bound to deliver the adrenaline to your veins and a smile to your face.
The extravagance of the city can’t be contained by land and it boasts the world’s largest artificial islands. The Palm Islands are frequently referred to as the eighth wonder of the world, and for good reason. These palm-shaped manmade islands are best viewed on a hot air balloon or helicopter ride. The majority of the Palm Islands are residential, with the Palm Jumeirah being open to the public.
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Looking to chill out? In stark contrast to the sunny, desert climate of the capital of the country you could visit Ski station and take advantage of the third largest indoor ski slope in the world. From a freestyle jump zone to beginners’ slopes there’s something for both novices and experts – making this expedition excellent for everyone!
The Jumeirah Mosque
One of the most impressive, cultural monuments in the world is located in Bur of the city – the Great Mosque, Jumeirah Mosque. As the biggest mosque in the city, standing at around 70 metres tall, it stands as a testament to the Islamic world. It can capture the culture and classic Islamic architecture and it’s the only mosque in the city that can be visited by people from a different religion.
Race to Dubai
The Race is the most luxurious golfing tournament, and it is played on the lushest greens that Dubai has to offer. One of the best clubs in the city is the Al Badia Golf Club, an immaculately presented course that gives the open feels of the desert.