The museum is in Al-Fahidi Fort which was built as a defense weapon of Dubai Creek in 1787. The fort is an architectural example with palm fronts, mud, and plaster made roof, and walls made of lime and traditional coral-blocks. The fort was a presidential palace of the ruling family in the past. The museum stocks several boats and painting of the yester years and also some old Emirati Musical instruments.
Bastakia was the home of rich merchants of textile, pearl, and gold who flocked to this place because of the tax-free trading. They were primarily Persian and built this beautiful city in the 19th century. They have unique wind towers which are the traditional way of air conditioning in the houses. The city extends typical Arabic architecture. The Majlis Gallery is a place that stocks a great collection of Arab furniture and ceramics.
It is the most splendid mosque in Dubai and replicates the Cairo’s Al-Azhar. It is an exemplary structure of Islamic Architecture. The two minarets of the mosque display many sculptures that represent the Fatimid traditions. You can be a part of the cultural tours organized in this place.
Acclaimed to be the most photogenic mosque in Dubai, Bastakia Mosque is made with intricate lattice work and blindingly white façade. The nearby gypsum and coral made Dubai’s city walls accentuate its splendor.
With 140 species of sea life, the Dubai Aquarium lies beautifully on the ground floor of the Dubai Mall in a suspended tank. If you wish you can walk through the aquarium tunnels via entry at Underwater Zoo.
Cage Snorkeling, Glass bottom boats tours and shark diving activities are in the package as well.
If you are a shopping freak then this place is surely a paradise for you. You can do ice skating, gaming zone, cinema complex, etc. are some amazing features of the mall. With endless options to shop, you can find first-hand fashion in this mall. Also, the eateries offer you whatever you wish to eat at the moment.
Standing 321 m high, this is the tallest hotel in the world. It is located on an artificial island and is made to resemble the structure of a billowing dhow sail. It has some amazing décor and it also owns the record for being the most expensive hotel with the price of $15000 per night for its supreme suites.
Another attraction of this hotel is the opulent Al-Mahara restaurant that is an underwater restaurant offering the view of the sea life while you dine in.
Your visit to Dubai is incomplete without a sandy tour of Jumeirah Beach. The abundance of sun loungers, restaurants and a variety of sports makes it the main attraction for tourists.
How can you wind up the trip without surfing the sandy dunes of the Dubai desert. The camel safari will ensure you visit the interior of the desert and enjoy your vacations in Dubai.
These are some must to visit places that amplify the beauty of Dubai. So keep them in your itinerary while you roam the streets if Dubai on your next holidays.