Skyscrapers, artificial Islands, authentic and traditional beliefs covered regions and more, are the superscription written over Dubai, what makes to visit this? To know this take a further view,
Dubai, where ancient historic wonders and modern historic wonders handshakes together, which is partitioned in to four regions, each one is unique in the way. Begin your Dubai trip from Bur Dubai, which is the excellent place to enjoy the Historical Attractions.
Tantalizing glimpse of narrow lanes and tall wind-towers of the old Bastakiya district, show off the qualities of old Dubai. In the east of Bastakiya district, you can find the Al Fahidi Fort famous for traditional courtyard houses with wind towers, now this fort turned in to Museum, which serves as an exemplar for rich culture and heritage of Dubai. Dubai Museum offers a unique trip to desert life, traditional Arabian homes, mosques, fishing, pearl diving and trade, where you would explore the major highlights such as artifacts from excavated graves, musical instruments, deadly weapons like swords, spears, bows, arrows, shields, pistols and axes. Don’t miss to visit a distinguished landmark Grand Mosque in Bur Dubai.
Next region is the Jumeirah, are impressive number of monuments spreads across this region. One of the impressive landmarks among all is Burj Al Arab, a five star hotel, located on an artificial island, with a sail-shaped build reaching out at 321m, an extraordinary building with superb interior, including a Sky view bar with amazing views. Next is Jumeirah Mosque, which is a great example of modern Islamic architecture. Next one is Wild Wadi Water Park, especial for children to enjoy, which includes many exciting rides for all ages which are based on the Legend of Arabian adventurer, Juha and his friend Sinbad.(image by Eugene Kaspersky)
Another important region is Deira, a beautiful city protected by three watch towers; Burj Nahar is one of the three-watch towers positioned in Deira, from there you can collect the snaps of picturesque gardens and exotic surroundings provide the perfect backdrop, so this magnificent and beautiful Burj Nahar tower is must visit one. Next one is Heritage House, a wealthy pearl merchant’s residence, where visitors are offered chick-peas and tea, a traditional Emirati snack. Don’t miss to wander around the market places in Deira and enjoy the bargaining with the products like textiles, spices, kitchen wares, clothes and henna. Then visit Deira Spice Souk’s narrow lanes of the spice souk are scented with cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, incense, dried fruit and nuts. Imported from all over the Middle East, they are sold straight out of open sacks that surround the shop keepers. Then visit Gold Souk, one of the largest retail gold markets in the world, selling everything from ingots to intricately worked jewellery at bargain prices. The street-front stores side alleys of smaller shops with glittering show windows.
Get ready for an exciting trip to Dubai and make your trip a remarkable experience!
Featured image courtesy by Eugene Kaspersky