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Top Attractions

Burj Khalifa

The famous Burj Khalifa, at 828 meters (2,722 feet), stands as the world’s tallest skyscraper. Its sleek design is derived from the Islamic architecture of the region - such as in the Great Mosque of Samarra - and its observation decks offer panoramic views of the city, desert, and ocean. It certainly symbolizes Dubai’s audacity to dream big as it stands as a beacon of innovation and a proof to the city’s relentless pursuit of excellence.

Middle shot daytime view of Burj Khalifa and surrounding buildings
Drone daytime view of Atlantis Hotel in Dubai and beach

Atlantis Hotel

The Atlantis Hotel, perfectly situated on the Palm Jumeirah, is a blend of Arabian luxury and mythical allure. Its underwater aquarium, private beach, and Aquaventure water park create an otherworldly experience for all who visit it. The hotel’s grand arch resembles the lost city of Atlantis rising from the sea, hence its name. It enchants travellers to explore its luxurious suites and immerse themselves in its aquatic wonders.

Burj Al Arab

The Burj Al Arab, shaped like a sail, epitomizes lavishness, as it stands on its own island, accessible only by a private bridge. Inside it one will find gold leaf, marble, and panoramic views that redefine what luxury means. This architectural marvel blends modernity with Arabian heritage, and it’s where the past meets the future, as every detail speaks of Dubai’s transformation to an architectural, technological and economical hub.

Ground view at sunset of Burj Al Arab in Dubai from beach
Dubai Opera lit up at night

Dubai Opera

The Dubai Opera, located in the heart of Downtown Dubai, is a 2,000-seat dhow-shaped design that hosts opera, ballet, concerts, and conferences that will make you not want to leave. The Opera bridges cultures, inviting artists from around the world, whether it’s a performance of “The Phantom of the Opera” or a moving concert by incredible pianist Alice Sara Ott, the stage pulsates with creativity.

Dubai Frame

The Dubai Frame creates a link between the past and future. Its glass bridge offers views of Old Dubai on one side and the elegant skyline on the other. Standing at 150 meters (492 feet), it’s a metaphorical gateway between tradition and modernity. Come all the way up and witness Dubai’s evolution.

Dubai Frame view from the ground during daytime
Gorgeous river section in Souk Madinat Jumeirah area in Dubai during noon time

Souk Madinat Jumeirah

Souk Madinat Jumeirah is an area in the city of Dubai that transports you to an Arabian fairy tale. Walk through narrow alleys, smell the fragrant spices, and admire intricate traditional lanterns in the popular markets. The souk’s waterways evoke an Arabian Venice, with abras (traditional boats) ferrying visitors from one corner of Dubai to another. It’s a sensory journey through time and culture.

Museum of the Future

The Museum of the Future, is a glimpse into Dubai’s aspirations with its torus-shaped façade, which promises viewers a hub for innovation, AI, and sustainability. This museum will explore humanity’s challenges and solutions, and it is a declaration that Dubai isn’t just building skyscrapers but shaping the future.

Ground view of modern museum of the future in Dubai during daytime
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