The vibrant Arabian city is the second biggest Emirate of the U.A.E. The emirate of Dubai is situated south east of the Arabian Gulf and is known for its structure. It provides an extensive skyline of some of the places and most wonderful attractions which are excellent examples of a man made structure.
The following lines will let you to gain some information about few popular spots in Dubai. Your visit to Dubai not only help you to enjoy but also help you to gain some useful knowledge.
Deira Spice Souk
It is an old market with small shops. It is famous for fragrant spices. When you visit this market you can also view the wind tower very clearly.
This museum is built in the Al Fahidi Fort while the building was once used for Government matters. Here in this museum you can see the old style boat, weapons, designs of old houses and much more. Indeed it is the best place to learn some about Arab culture. Dubai Museum can also be seen very clearly from the waters when you are on the best yacht charter Dubai trip. During your water trip your guide will tell you about the Dubai museum in more detail when you pass through this. (picture below: Dubai Museum)
Burj Al Arab
At the height of 321 meters you can enjoy the mouth watering meal with fabulous dishes. From the top you can get the clear picture of the city and various buildings. The enjoyment along the relax ambience of the Burj Al Arab is among the rare things of the world. (picture below: Burj Al Arab - night view)
Dubai is also famous in the world for its gold. Here you can get the best quality of gold in much cheaper rate. The gold souk is completely gold reserved mall where you can get everything of your choice. (picture below: Gold Souk)
The trip is for the seaport city of Dibba, situated on the Indian Ocean. The huge natural harbour has been an important historic site since the pre-Islam. There are some proofs, like tombs, Forts etc. Historically, Dibba was a worldwide market on the shore of Oman, visited by suppliers from India and China through the Arabian Sea.
Al Bediyah Mosque
The Al Bidiyah Mosque has four domes only. The mosque is situated below the ancient watch towers and considered the best historical place in the city. (picture below: Al Bediyah Mosque)
This mountain range is rich in flora and fauna. The place lets its visitors to capture the elegance of this beautiful natural spot. Moreover you can also get refreshing thoughts by dipping in its white waters.
Jemeirah Beach Road
Driving along the Jumeirah Seaside Road, with unique cottages and castles set on the shore of the Persian Gulf, you will get an understanding of the present prosperity in vivid Dubai.
Much is left to do in Dubai. To get more charm in your trip you can hire a yacht in Dubai, desert safari trip and explore the underwater restaurants in the city.
Javrose is a travel content writer working from last four years in the same area. She is keen to write about different destinations and travelling experiences. Her focus area is Dubai and is very interested to highlight the great marvels of the city in her writings. She is currently writing for Asia Pacific Travel and Tourism, a Dubai based company that is making an effort to provide a luxurious journey to visitors.