Dubai: The City of Superlatives

20-09-2019 12:38:39
By : Hari Om



Some people call it 'Paris' in the Middle East; others call it the Global City. It's a discrete business center in someone's eyes, and for others, a beautiful travel destination. We are talking about the city of Dubai (UAE).  The United Arab Emirates is made up of seven cities and one of the cities is Dubai.  It is rather like an independent city-state and is the most modern and progressive emirate in the UAE, developing at an unbelievable pace in the tourist and trade sectors especially. Dubai makes a great short break for shopping, partying, sunbathing, fine dining and sporting events. It is a city of superlatives: for the fastest, biggest, tallest, largest and highest, Dubai is the destination. It has the largest immigrant population in the world. This is a special place for all shopping and adventure travelers. This city, which houses ancient and modern attractions, is an ideal place to go for a vacation with the family. Hometown residents from the depths of the heart make your journey happy and memorable. Come here for pleasure or for Dubai, Dubai's travelers get to see the authentic Arabs' traditional winnings with the highest international standards in place.

Great Hotels and Shopping Malls

An endless mix of cosmopolitan city and surrounding sand dunes and some of the top-class hotels here are the city made for leisure activities and excellent shopping experiences. There are some priceless pieces of history that are present in Dubai that present the peeps of the past era.In the list of places to visit where you can see in Dubai, here is the museum, home of Sheikh Saeed, Bastakiya, Hatta Heritage Village, BurjNahar, Sheikh Obaid bin Thani House, BurjCreeksidePromessed and Philette House. It is also a great place for culinary experts. Taste the exotic and local dishes from most parts of the world here.

Modern Architecture Examples Skyscrapers

See Burj Al Arab and BurjKhalifa in Dubai for their modern architecture. Burj Al Arab is a luxury hotel which is usually described as the world's only 7-star hotel. The BurjKhalifa is a skyscraper of 828 meters high, which is the world's tallest building,in downtown Dubai. It is so high that people living above the 80th floor should wait 2 minutes and people above 150 should wait 3 minutes before eating during Ramadan as the setting sun can still be seen from these floors.The building is mixed usage, with apartments, restaurants, offices and viewing areas. It has won many awards for its architecture. It also holds numerous records for base jumping both official and unofficial.Tourist attractions include the Dolphinarium, Cable Car, Camel Ride, Horse Carriage and Birds Show. There is a large indoor skiing facility in the Ski Dubai Mall of Emirates.



Food and Drink

Go anywhere in Dubai, here you will find a fun, delicious and food of your choice. Here you will find all kinds of dishes from Arabic, Italian, Greek, Mexican, Indian, German, French, Chinese, Japanese, Thai or Korean dishes.

Shopping

You can choose to spend your money on traditional souks or at the ultra-hip modern shopping plaza.You can buy things you like at Dubai Mall, the world's largest shopping center. The voice of top brands, shiny boutiques, and busy shoppers makes the retail markets a vibrant place.

Indians in Dubai
After coming here, looking at high-rise buildings, modern lifestyle, infrastructure and law, and order, you realize that there is Indianism on every side. Here the people of India are in abundance. Sit in any taxi, the driver speaks Hindi.Go to any hotel, the waiter gets Hindi and any shopkeeper or his helper can be seen speaking Hindi. Most Indians do not work here in any higher position, but salaries are like the nobles of India. Well, many Indians are doing their business here and many are fascinating Dubai residents on the strength of their talent. Apart from this, the number of people in Pakistan, the Philippines and Malaysia is also not less.

Where to Stay in Dubai

There are some hugely luxurious coastal resort hotels for holidaymakers but there are also thousands of options within the different areas of the city and on The Creek. For the ultimate Dubai experience, try looking at Atlantis the Palm or Burj al Arab on Jumeira Beach, you’ll need a fat wallet but it would be an experience never to forget. The apartment style hotels are ideal for stopovers of a few days. They include kitchens and washing machines that make life easier and are towards the more budget-friendly end.The Golden Sands series of apartment hotels in Bur Dubai are popular and usually have swimming pools.  They are away from the coast but in a central area.

Getting Around Dubai

Dubai has two metro lines, red and green, which cover most of the tourist areas in and around the city.The red line heads south as far as Jebel Ali. Tickets are per zone. Tourists can buy a red NOL card which allows travel on all metro, bus and tram networks.Taxis are a convenient way of getting around the city if you’re only going to a few places.




 

 

 


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