1- The Gold Souk
Dubai is full of glittering gold and if you would like to take a look at some of the finest examples you should head down to the Gold Souk. Here you can find the most amazing gold jewellery and trinkets made from top quality gold.
2- Burj Al Arab
This is known as the world’s only 7 star hotel. Of course this is an unofficial handle but it goes to illustrate just what luxury there is to be found in this sky scraping accommodation. This sail shaped building is a famous part of the modern Dubai skyline.
3- The Grand Mosque
Islam is a big part of Arabic culture and you can go to the heart of it at the Grand Mosque. This is a beautiful building too that is well worth seeking out when you arrive in Dubai.
4- Wild Wadi Waterpark
It can get pretty hot in Dubai – especially in the summer time – so the Wild Wadi Waterpark is a big attraction for families and anyone wanting some fun and to cool off in the swimming pools and on the meandering slides.
5- Deira Spice Souk
Because this is the Middle East it is a fantastic place to find spices of all kinds. And if you want to bring back some tasty spices you should go down to the Deira Spice Souk, which is a real experience.
6- Hydropolis Underwater Hotel
This is currently under instruction and it will be Dubai’s first and only luxury underwater hotel. This is something from a Bond film and somewhere to book in once it is up and running.
7- The World Islands
This is an archipelago of manmade islands built in the shape of the world. This is a stunning thing just to see but you can also stay on one of these islands and enjoy a life of luxury on your holiday.
8- Bhurj Khalifa
The Bhurj Khalifa is one of the largest hotels and largest buildings in the world. It is a striking place with over 900 rooms to choose from and if you can afford it it would make a great base for your holiday.
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