3 Iconic Attractions to Explore During Your Dubai Holidays

by Daisy Wilkinson Travel Guides

Dubai is a charming metropolis in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and is renowned globally for its towering high-rises, cultural attractions, and exciting shopping experiences. It has emerged as a global city over the years and is now a major business hub in the Middle East region. In the 20th century, Dubai’s revenues mainly came from trade and oil. Today, a major portion of its revenues comes from tourism, as a number of tourists from different parts of the globe visit the city every year to explore its fabulous attractions.

From the month of April to October, this city of the UAE experiences its scorching summer months. While this would be the best time to enjoy your cheap Dubai holidays with some discounts offered on hotel accommodation, you’ll find it extremely difficult to go outdoors owing to extreme heat and high humidity. Winter season from November to March has the ideal conditions for enjoying outdoor activities in the city. This is the reason why winter is the peak tourist season in this part of the UAE. If you intend to visit the city around this time of the year, it is advisable to book your holiday several months in advance.

The most iconic structure in the city is Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. Your Dubai holidays won’t be considered complete without a visit to this world-famous landmark. Visitors to this building can enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the surroundings from its observation deck located on the 124th floor. If you’re planning to visit the observation deck of Burj Khalifa on a weekend, make sure that you buy your entrance ticket in advance to avoid the long queues of visitors. Visits to the building’s observation deck after sunset is also popular with many tourists owing to the wonderful views of city-lights that they get to enjoy at night.

Another fabulous place to visit during your Dubai holidays is The Dubai Mall, which is the largest mall in the world with regards to total area. It has more than a thousand shops and was the most visited building on the planet in 2011. This mall has been attracting millions of visitors since its opening on the 4th of November, 2008. With a visit to this mall, you’ll get to explore many of its indoor attractions, such as a large aquarium, theme parks, an aquarium-facing café, and a 22-screen megaplex.

You’ll also feel delighted upon visiting the Jumeirah Mosque, which has been built in the traditional Fatimid style of architecture. It is an iconic cultural landmark of Dubai and welcomes visitors of all faiths. The mosque can accommodate up to 1,200 worshippers. Visitors can learn more about the culture and religion of the UAE with a 75-minute guided tour of this mosque arranged by the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding. The entire tour is conducted by the representatives in an extremely welcoming and friendly manner. During this tour, you’ll also get the opportunity to sample some of the traditional Arabic dishes and beverages.

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