If you’re looking to get a view of Dubai, the first stop on your itinerary will likely be the 124th floor observation deck of Burj Khalifa, officially the world’s tallest building, but for the ultimate panoramic, you don’t have to stay on solid ground.
With its gleaming skyscrapers, magnificent snow-white mosque and miles of startling blue coastline, the capital of the United Arab Emirates is impressive from all angles, but to see the city at its most enchanting, be sure to check out Abu Dhabi’s best views.
Car lovers or families traveling to Dubai with kids in tow should plan a side trip to Abu Dhabi to see one of the country’s most unique attractions. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi.
Move over Texas! It’s Dubai where everything’s bigger. In the few short years since construction wrapped up, the Burj Khalifa has already become Dubai’s most famous landmark and a bucket-list experience for many a visitor to this Middle Eastern metropolis. Here’s a look at what’s inside the Burj Khalifa.
Most people come to Dubai for the indoor attractions, the world renowned shopping, sumptuous restaurants, ultra-luxurious hotels and even indoor skiing. Sadly, when you limit yourself to the air-conditioned indoors, you’re missing out one some of Dubai’s best offerings. Next time you’re in the country, get outside and try one of these best outdoor adventures in Dubai.
It’s no secret that Dubai has become one of the world’s premier shopping destinations — with everything from traditional craft markets to upscale mega malls — and arguably the best time to hit the pavement for some retail therapy is during the annual Dubai Shopping Festival.