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Major Tourist Attractions in the UAE

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Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah

Burj Al Arab is one of the UAE's most famous tourist attractions and is distinguished by its unique architecture and stunning views of the Arabian Gulf. It is often given a ‘seven-star’ rating, owing to its gold-plated interiors, luxurious hotel suites and fine restaurants. In Jumeirah, visitors can navigate their way through the city via the many waterways spanning its attractions. Jumeirah Souk is of particular interest owing to its traditional shops selling antiques, as well as art exhibitions, modern stores and branded restaurants.


Downtown Dubai

Home to the magnificent Burj Khalifa, which is the tallest building in the world at a staggering height of 829.8 metres and considered an engineering wonder, Downtown Dubai is also distinguished by the world’s largest performing fountain. The Dubai Fountain is located along the Burj Lake opposite Dubai Mall, which is itself one of the largest shopping and recreational centres in the world. Downtown Dubai is a breath-taking destination in the city that promises you a memorable tourist experience.


Gold Souk

One of the oldest heritage souks in the emirate of Dubai, it is a must-visit destination for all visitors. The market is located in Deira, opposite Dubai Creek and is just a stone’s throw away from other traditional markets and ‘Abra’ boat stations.


Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood

Considered one of the most prominent heritage sites in the UAE, this neighbourhood reflects the traditional way of life that prevailed in Dubai several centuries ago, while also housing various museums, art exhibitions and restaurants. It is located along the Dubai Creek.


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Jebel Jais

Part of the northern Hajar mountains, Jebel Jais mountain is considered the highest peak in the UAE, standing at a height of 1,934 metres above sea level. Overlooking the sea, this spectacular landmark promises adrenaline junkies some unforgettable adventures amidst its rugged landscape.


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