Dubai is not only home to spectacular attractions but has also transformed its skyline with startling architectural projects.
If you ever want to soar like an eagle, visit the Burj Khalifa (Burj Al Khalifa), the world's tallest building. From the stunning Palm trilogy to the Dubai Mall and Dubai Marina, there are many landmarks in Dubai that leave tourists awestruck.
Beyond modern attractions, Dubai boasts of many historical sites which are waiting to be discovered around the Bastakia district, along Dubai Creek and in old traditional houses and mosques.
Downtown Dubai used to be called Downtown Burj Dubai and is home to several of the city’s key landmark sites, including the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountain. Downtown Dubai has a population of about and covers an area of 2 square kilometres. On completion, it is estimated to cost in the region of
Everyone dreams of staying at the Burj Al Arab, the most extravagant hotel in the world. This sail shaped hotel is world’s first seven star hotel developed by Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts chooses its customers and not vice versa. Burj Al Arab’s billowing sail enjoys being a focus of public attention with its glittery gold interiors, ultra-spacious suites and the heightened level of luxury offered.
When innovation meets hard work, the results are astounding as seen at the Palm Islands in Dubai, an ambitious project visualized by…