Dubai has a delicate balance of old and new Dubai where you can spend your mornings sprawled out along Jumeirah Beach and your afternoons shredding power at Ski Dubai in your Dubai Tour. You can also start your day hanging at the traditional Gold and Spice Souks. To know the city more well head straight to the top of the Burj Khalifa the world’s tallest building where you will find incredible views stretching into the Persian Gulf.
1. DUBAI MALL:
Burj Khalifa in downtown is every shopper’s paradise. The massive Dubai Mall is the largest shopping center in the world and houses 1200 stores. It also contains numerous entertainment facilities, such as an ice-rink, a movie theater and several kid-friendly attractions, including an aquarium that houses more than 33000 underwater creatures. If you happened to be around at night, stop by Dubai Fountain outside the mall.
2. JUMEIRAH BEACH:
Jumeirah Beach is within walking distance of the Burj Al Arab which is Dubai’s best strip of public sand in your Dubai Tour. Sun-seekers come to this lively shoreline to revel in Dubai’s bright rays, while water sports enthusiasts take advantage of the calm, turquoise waters of the Persian Gulf. It is also equipped with plenty of barbeque and picnic areas.
3. BURJ KHALIFA:
The Burj Khalifa proudly holds the title of the world’s tallest building and also the tallest free-standing structure in the world and home to the highest outdoor observation deck in the world. Visitors are allowed to ride the elevator to the 124th floor for the breathtaking city view extending all the way out to the Persian Gulf.
4. GOLD AND SPICE SOUKS:
The Gold Souk is located on Dubai Creek’s south bank in the Deira, which specializes in glitz and glamour. It features glittering displays of necklaces, bracelets and earrings from more than 300 retailers. It is the most renowned golf jewelry trading centers in the world. Approximately 20 percent of the world’s gold passes through this market. The Souk also sells platinum, diamonds and silver.
On the other hand the creek lays the pungent Spice Souk, where the vendors hawk flavors from across the globe, including cinnamon, ginger and chili.