Dubai in UAE is popular for its nightlife scenes, beaches, highrise buildings, grand shopping malls, luxury hotels, unique museums and zoos and a lot more. We present to you some of the most happening Dubai tourist places that every traveler must explore. Check out these tourist places in Dubai:
Burj Khalifa – Architectural Marvel
Do we need to say more? Burj Khalifa, the landmark building is on every traveler’s list of tourist places to visit in Dubai. The staggering bird-eye views from the 124th floor are an experience of a lifetime, with the desert covering one side and the turquoise blue ocean on the other.
Tip: Consider your sightseeing in Dubai incomplete until you’ve witnessed the CityPlace from up above!
Ideal for – Every single traveler!
Opening Hours: Daily 8:30am-1am
Observation Deck Entry: Adults 125 AED (Immediate entry 400 AED)
Children: 4-12 95AED (Children under 4 free)
Burj Al Arab – Imposing Structure
Burj Al Arab tops the list of Dubai tourist places to visit in 2019. It is the fourth tallest hotel in the world and the most expensive ‘7-star hotel’ which holds many feats. Burj Al Arab is beautifully lit up in the evening by choreographed lighting and offers a myriad of experience of exploring the Dubai attractions.
Ideal for – Photographers and the extremely affluent ones; until you can manage your savings for this one!
What’s Special? The Skyview bar on the 27th floor offers the most exquisite views of Palm Jumeriah.
Tariff: ₹75,394 – ₹169,947
Mall Of The Emirates – A Beauty To Behold
Number four on our list of the best places to visit in Dubai is Mall of the Emirates, equipped with almost everything under one roof. Be it the cuisine from every part of the world to the numerous brands to shop or the exclusive Dubai Ski, which consists of a fantastic ski set up and a penguin enclosure – all at a temperate of -4 degrees Celsius. Mall of Emirates has to be on your list of the top tourist attractions in Dubai.
Thu-Fri 10 AM -2 AM
Location: Sheikh Zayed Road
Sheikh Saeed Al – Magnificence Overloaded
Sightseeing in Dubai is incomplete without a visit to the house of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, which houses the Dubai Museum of Historical Photographs and Documents giving a glimpse of Dubai’s history. The house is the epitome of Arabic architecture, which has a splendid design, coupled with luxurious interiors.
Opening Hours: Sat-Thu 8:30am-8:30pm, Fri 3-8:30pm
Admission: Adults 2AED, children 1AED