Dubai is an absolutely fascinating location to visit, and when you get there, make sure you don't miss any important landmarks on our list!
If you’re travelling to Dubai, for sure you don’t want to miss anything from what it has to offer you. For this, you need to be informed in advance and to make a list of all the important landmarks you really have to visit.
Burj Al Arab.
Probably the most famous landmark not only in Dubai, but also in the UAE. It’s the only seven star hotel in the world, the most extravagant and luxurious one. On the list of superlatives that surround it, you can also include the most sought after, the most popular destination in Dubai/UAE or the most expensive one. With all these superlatives, it’s hard to miss the most important of the Dubai landmarks.
The technology has evolved in such a way that it is possible now for the people to create their own geographical shapes. This is how the Palm Islands have been created and this is one of the reasons for which you have to visit them. They are truly impressive, with a great landscape and marvelous beaches.
Yes, Dubai is one of the hottest places to visit, but even so, the people there succeeded to create a ski resort. It’s placed inside the biggest mall in the world, made with artificial snow and a constant temperature around 3 degrees Celsius. Now you can say that it’s possible to try it all out in Dubai!
Talking about superlatives again, this is the tallest skyscraper in the entire world. It has a height of 2717 feet and it’s one of the most high class hotel in the world. If you can, it is recommended to stay a night there for a truly extraordinary experience in one of the most famous Dubai landmarks.
Located in the New Dubai area, it’s actually a canal city and it’s a complex that covers anything you might ever need, from hotels, residential palaces, entertainment, casinos and everything your imagination can think about.
Sheikh Zayad Road.
This is the name of the longest road in Dubai that starts in Abu Dhabi and goes up to Ras Al Khaimah. Also called E11 in Dubai, the name comes from the Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum. It’s yet another proof of the great technology and evolution that Dubai has reached.
This is a special district in Dubai that is made up mostly in wind towers and narrow lanes. Built in 1890, it’s the oldest district around and it represents therefore the ancient structure and the old architecture of the place, long before the modern Dubai came into place.
Now that you have a small guide to the most important Dubai landmarks, you can go on and book a room at the Burj Al Arab and choose from the best Arabic restaurants in Dubai to try this fantastic cuisine that will spoil your taste!
See also: Must See UAE Landmarks