5 Places You Have to See in Dubai

From tourist hotspots to the city's rich history and culture, there is a lot to be explored in Dubai. In this article, we take a look at some of the places you have to see in Dubai.

Where should I go in Dubai?

The top attractions in Dubai include the Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Fountain, the Dubai Mall, Dubai Miracle Garden, and Global Village just to name a few. Most people enjoy spending their time here on shopping sprees at any one of these places or enjoying other activities that Dubai offers such as swimming at Aquaventure Waterpark or doing some sky diving! If taking it easy is something you want then how about popping into a yoga class instead?

1. Burj Khalifa

The Burj Khalifa, being Dubai's tallest building, provides the best views of the city's skyline and surrounding areas. However, it is not accessible to the public. The Burj Khalifa Park near downtown Dubai is inspired by Hymenocallis a desert flower.

Dubai has a new world-class landmark coming to the city: Burj Khalifa, the tallest and most iconic building in history. Standing at 828 meters tall and 192 meters wide, this structure will be game-changing for Dubai's skyline. Not only is it changing our view of Dubai but also looking into its future as well. Many different amenities make living at Burj Khalifa unique such as state-of-the-art fitness facilities, indoor/outdoor swimming pools, Jacuzzis, or a recreation room for gatherings and events among other things.

2. The Dubai Fountain

Dubai is a city with many things to do. The Dubai Fountain at Burj Khalifa Lake puts on an amazing show every day, and keeping up with the crowds can easily take up to five minutes. This show is free of charge and visible from every point in Downtown Dubai's Burj Khalifa Lake as well as around it. There are no age restrictions either!

3. The Dubai Mall

Dubai has a lot of things to offer its visitors. In this blog, we'll talk about the Dubai Mall and some other great attractions nearby.

There are lots of shopping areas here in the Dubai Mall, but most must be paid to enter. A visit is worth it though, with many places offering discounts for those who spend more on their trips! There's plenty of fun too- while there are several movie theaters inside and outside the mall that can be rented out by individuals or groups looking for a special experience! Bowling alleys where you can play with friends as well as enjoy good deals when you bring your family is also available!

4. Dubai Miracle Garden

Dubai Miracle Garden is a 72,000sqm park with over 30 food and beverage vendors, including coffee shops and candy stores. There are also plenty of tasty treats to buy at the tempting fresh fruits juice kiosk! This is the world's largest natural flower garden with 15,000 butterflies of around 26 varieties. Dubai Miracle Garden has an impressive line-up in its annual event season which starts in April up to November. At this period, it is best visited during weekends since Fridays need more preparation as you can't visit during Ramadan time due to fasting hours for Muslims praying first thing on their day but anytime will be good because of all the events taking place there every weekend.

5. Global Village

Global Village is a major one in Dubai, popular for its fantastic locations. There are many things to do and see here, like the Global Market and Culture Square. It has excellent transport links but is it worth visiting?

In this blog post, we're hoping to answer that question!

Having seen lots of people asking if they should visit the Dubai Global Village we thought it would be best to share our opinion on whether or not you should go given all these considerations. So read on if you want more details about what's there inside of the village or even some other information that might help decide your next trip destination!

The Dubai Global villagers have so much going on at any one time which makes them perfect for children with less energy - so great for families who want a break from traveling too far from home! You'll find everything from nightly shows in their theater including performances by world-renowned dancers as well as traditional Arabic culture exhibitions that will take your breath away - believe us when we say this place doesn't disappoint. For adults though plenty is happening too... The food market offers an array of cuisines without sacrificing quality giving visitors options galore (and choices!). For example, try out Japanese ramen noodles served.

What are the best things to do in Dubai?

1) See Cityscape from 534 Feet Above Ground – View 360 degrees around your surroundings while standing on top of the tallest skyscraper in man's history!

2) Explore Shopping Mecca - One-stop shop for everything electronic/gadgetry-related!

3) Get Cultural - Explore ancient artifacts at one of Western Asia’s largest museums

4) Downtown Dubai is a massive place, so to help you get your bearings straightaway here are some of the places that a visitor should make time for:

The Jumeirah Beach Park overlooks the sea. The park provides free gourmet beach dinners and packages in cafes along with light shows at night. Grand Mosque – Straight out of a movie set! Cantilevering off one side of Burj Khalifa this mosque.

5) Stop Walking… Start Strolling. It feels good too!

In this blog post, we’ve shared our favorite destinations in Dubai, the Emirate that is home to millions of people, some of the world’s tallest buildings, and the busiest airport. Dubai is an extravagant city with a rich history. The city is growing rapidly, and becoming a popular tourist destination. With these 5 destinations, there is no reason why you shouldn’t visit this city!