Explore the luxury capital of the world Dubai has become a world-class destination to enjoy fun-filled activities with friends and loved ones due to the modern infrastructure and state-of-the-art facilities that have been introduced in the recent times.
Completed in 1999, The Burj's graceful silhouette – meant to evoke the sail of a dhow (traditional wooden cargo vessel) – is to Dubai what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris.
Jumeirah Beach Park is one of the most popular beaches in Dubai, an ideal picnic spot for families offering desert garden, children’s playground, cafes, barbecue areas and sports facilities.
The city's main historical museum charts Dubai's turbo-evolution from fishing and pearling village to global centre of commerce, finance and tourism. It has an atmospheric setting in the compact Al Fahidi Fort, built around 1800 and considered Dubai's oldest remaining structure. A walk-through mock souq, exhibits on Bedouin life in the desert and a room highlighting the importance of the sea illustrate the days before the discovery of oil.