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Dubai Tourist Guide
- Dubai is one of the world’s newest tourist spots, and its reputation as an idyll of luxury and leisure has meant that its popularity is growing continually. In this city the old and the new come together in a blend of beauty and extravagance. The city is also renowned for being the location of the only seven-star hotel in the world. The Burj Al Arab hotel is the iconic landmark of Dubai, and one of the only hotels in the world that is used to sum up a city’s culture so appropriately.
The old city sights of Dubai are just as magnificent, and these include the traditional wind-tower houses in the Bastakiya, the city’s historic quarter, as well as the spectacular Madinat Jumeirah resort which recreates old Arabia with its souks, galleries, canals and restaurants. Other famous sights are the Clocktower Roundabout on Al Maktoum Road, and the Emirates Towers. The contemporary architecture of this city, the world’s largest building site, is seen nowhere better than on Sheikh Zayed Road, which contains some of the tallest buildings in the world, and in the increasing number of cities within a city which have been expanding Dubai into the sea, such as Palm Islands, Dubailand and the proposed The World.
One of the most popular experiences for visitors to Dubai is an abra (water taxi) ride on the Dubai Creek, as well as the exhilarating 4x4 rides that can be had in the surrounding desert. Dubai also contains many magnificent sporting venues, such as the Nad Al Sheba, the location of the world’s richest horse race, the Dubai Cup, as well as hosting the annual Dubai Marathon and the President’s Cup Regatta.
There are also many spectacular shopping opportunities in this den of opulence, such as the Jumeira Strip, which is lined with chic boutiques, and the world-famous Gold Souk, where dazzling jewellery is a mainstay. There is also a thriving night scene in Dubai, with fabulous clubs and bars such as Vu’s Bar, Sho’s Bar and the famous 360° bar. The nightclubs are amongst some of the most famous in the world, where top international DJs from Europe and the USA regularly appear; Trilogy, Boudoir and the Peppermint Lounge Club are amongst the most popular of the city’s clubs.
The food available in Dubai is also absolutely sumptuous, as you would expect in a city with a reputation for the luxurious. World-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay was so impressed by Dubai’s culinary scene that he opened his first restaurant outside the UK there in 2001. There are also many performing arts venues, such as the purpose-built theatre in the Madinat Jumeriah and the Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Centre in the Mall of the Emirates. The city also attracts international celebrities such as Elton John, Lionel Ritchie and the Black Eyed Peas, as well as hosting the annual Dubai International Jazz Festival.