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10 Reasons Why You Should Visit Dubai Today

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Dubai is well and truly the world’s fastest-growing city today. What was once a pile of sand till just a few decades ago is now the glittering, dazzling uber-cosmopolitan envy of the world.  If the glamour and the luxury don’t get you, then how about this? Zero crime rate! It’s the safest city in the world, apart from being the city where people live the most luxurious lifestyles and keep cheetahs and lions as pets! If all this is not enough, then here are 10 solid reasons why you should visit Dubai today.
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Unparalleled Shopping
Dubai Mall

The city of luxury and glam is a definite magnet for shopaholics who love to blow big bucks on the city’s many malls. Starting with the Dubai Mall, one of the largest malls in the world, to the Emirates Mall, the souks and markets of Deira and Bur Dubai, the city is synonymous with shopping. Whether you’re looking to shop for designer fashion, gold, electronics, carpets or pashmina shawls, you’ll find them at Dubai’s many malls. The Dubai Mall alone has 1000 plus retail outlets, and that’s just a drop in the bucket of Dubai.

The Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa

Standing tall at 829 meters, nearly twice the height of New York’s Empire State building, the Burj Khalifa is king of everything he surveys. Standing on the observatory deck on the 125th floor to grab an unparalleled view of the surroundings is the experience of a lifetime. The 163 floor in the building is the tallest occupied floor in the world. The best part? Looking down directly on to the spectacular Dubai Fountains from the top. Incredible!

Culture Fest

Bastakiya Quarter

Old Dubai presents an incredible contrast to the glamorous Dubai that everyone wants to see. Old Dubai represents a wonderful culture fest to the culture vulture, with areas such as Bur Dubai, Deira, Bastikaya and Madinat Jumeirah. Breathe in the age-old culture of the Bedouins, the nomadic Arabs of old. Check out the Al Fahidi Museum and the Dubai Museum to understand what Dubai was like before oil was discovered. Enjoy the hustle and bustle of the Creek, and cross it via an ancient wooden vessel called the abra. It’ll be a trip down the nostalgic routes of old Arabia.

The Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab

If you want to take a look at the most extravagant, the most luxurious and the most bespoke hotel in the world, make your way to the 7 Star Burj Al Arab. It stands proud, spreading out its sail-shaped self on the Palm Island, a few meters from the Jumeirah beach. The best way to get an inside look at the hotel is to sign up for high tea at the Skyview Bar and use the opportunity to look around.

Desert Ski Slopes

Ski Dubai

Yes, you must visit Dubai to check out the incredible indoor ski resort they’ve built there. It’s a huge affair, all of 22,500 square meters, 85 meters high with 5 ski slopes including the world’s first 400 metre long indoor black diamond run. Kept cool at a constant 2 degrees when it’s boiling hot outside, the indoor ski resort is nothing short of a wonder.  There are cute penguins in the kids’ playground and a café selling hot beverages at the top of the highest mountain.

IMG Worlds of Adventure

IMG Worlds Dubai

IMG Worlds of Adventure is Dubai’s first multi-themed indoor amusement park, divided into four zones. There’s the Cartoon Network and Marvel, representing famous comic channels. There are thrill rides, roller coasters and various other attractions based on the characters in these two channels. Then there’s Lost Valley, which has some of the largest animatronic dinos ever seen, and IMG Boulevard, where thousands of people can enjoy walking, shopping and eating at the many malls and restaurants. IMG Worlds of Adventure occupies over 1.5 million square feet.

Default Foodie Destination

Cavalli Club Dubai

Dubai’s dazzling 5-star hotels and resorts have pulled several Michelin-starred chefs to it. You’ll find many of these celebrity chefs at the helm of several top restaurants including Billionaire Mansion Dubai, Cavalli Club Dubai, Social by Heinz Beck, Pierchic, Nobu Dubai, At.mosphere Burj Khalifa, Enigma and several others. Every mall has 100s of food outlets serving up great dishes belonging to multiple cuisines. Plus, there are street food outlets and food trucks everywhere, offering hygienic, excellent food. Dubai today is a multi-cuisine foodie paradise – anyone who’s serious about food must visit Dubai at least once. Plus, there’s the Dubai Food Festival to reckon with every year!

Dubai Frame

Dubai Frame

Dubai Frame is the latest among the spectacular architectural marvels built by the city’s ambitious developers. The Dubai Frame is like an actual frame, but one that’s a 152 meters tall. It resembles a picture frame that neatly encapsulates the city within its columns. The concept behind the Dubai Frame is that it represents old Dubai on one side and the modern Dubai on the other. The Dubai Frame pays homage to the present while looking towards the future. The glass-enclosed walkways between the two frame columns provide fabulous 360 degree views all around.

Camel Races with Robot Jockeys
Camel Racing Dubai

Ever seen anyone race horses using robot jockeys? No, right? Well in Dubai, child jockeys were used to race camels once but now those kids have been replaced by robots. Take in the absolutely stunning scene of a dozen camels racing to the endpoint, with robot jockeys poised on their backs. Nowhere else can you enjoy this sight, other than at the Al Marmoom Camel Racing Club in Dubai.

Biggest Manmade Island

The Palm Islands

This marvel of engineering houses more than 5000 residential apartments, not to speak of several top class hotels and resorts. The Palm Island is shaped to resemble a crescent, with the palm fronds spread out in a semi-circle. The shape is so distinct, the island has been spotted from outer space clearly. The island is connected to the mainland by the Middle East’s first monorail. The Palm Island’s major tourist draws are the Burj Al Arab and Atlantis hotels, both incredible marvels of architecture.


So those are our 10 reasons for you to visit Dubai today. Keep watching out and Dubai will have another million reasons for you to visit soon. Dubai does not sit pretty on its laurels; the city’s constantly renewing itself, building greater marvels and adding to the skyline. The Dubai Eye will soon be ready and that’ll be one more reason to visit Dubai immediately. When you visit Dubai, be sure to set aside some quality time to take a tour of the city. You’ll be glad you did, as you will make many joyful discoveries that’ll keep you coming back!

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