Dubai UAE is a progressive city that holds a number of world records as the construction in Dubai is often performed with the magnitude. Local beaches, hotels, towers, shopping malls have no equals in any other state.
Coming to Dubai UAE, you can notice that the city lacks centuries-old historical heritage as this amazing Arab emirate is comparatively "young" but capable to compete in attractiveness with the most famous cities of the globe. Dubai is all about the futuristic vibe, energy and impressive magnitude.
The urban paradise of Dubai boasts quite a huge number of interesting places and iconic landmarks, worth discovering. Dubai is home to the main skyscraper of the world, the 829-meter high Burj Khalifa, which is 3 times higher than the Eiffel Tower and sometimes called the new Tower of Babel. The 124th floor of Burj Khalifa houses the panoramic observation point, which offers simply breathtaking views over the city.
One of the most ambitious projects, implemented by the UAE is the Palm Islands. These three artificial islands: Palm Jumeirah, Deira Island, and Palm Jebel Ali are the biggest artificial archipelago in the world which was created in order to expand the resort area. Palm Islands nestle the most luxurious tourist and housing facilities. The true embodiment of chic in Dubai is the world's most luxurious hotel Burj Al Arab, the only hotel that has 7 stars and offers only posh suites overlooking the sea.
To make your experience in Dubai even more saturated, you may also visit the Dubai Mall, Dubai Aquarium and Wild Wadi Water Park.
Those, wishing to enrich their experience with a touch of history, can set off on the exploration of the highlights of the old part of Dubai such as Jumeirah Mosque, the only mosque in Dubai that welcomes non-Muslin travelers, and Dubai Museum, located in the oldest building in the city. Then don't forget to dive into the vibrant atmosphere of local markets, visiting the famous Gold Souk and Spice Souk.