My favourite two restaurants in Dubai are La Petite Maison ‘French cuisine’ and Zuma ‘Japanese cuisine’.

Dubai has the worlds most beautiful and biggest singing fountains. The charming music duet with the sinuous dancing water and the Burj Kalifa step behind like a big frame of a marvelous picture. Make sure to experience it during the night. The Dubai fountain shoots water up to 150m into the air accompanied by a wide range of world, contemporary Arabic to classical music. It’s located at Dubai Mall.

The Burj Khalifa is an astonishing piece of Modern Architecture. It’s the worlds tallest building, at 829.8 m.

Burj Al Arab, located on Jumeirah beach, is another Dubai Icon. Go for High Tea in the Skyview Bar.  The Atlantis Palm is another hotel worth visiting or staying. The Palm is beautifully constructed, it looks amazing as you fly over it.

Visit the Bastakia Quarter, it’s a lovely little spot to explore and the watch the sunset. It gives you a taste of the Emarati culture. Although the buildings have been restored, the architectural design is authentic. It feels like a  labyrinth of little streets with some great little cafes and art spots.

Al Mamzar Park is a neat and clean beach park. Great for swimming and less crowded than the Jumeirah Beach Park.

Jumeirah is a enjoyable and exquisite area of Dubai. The Jumeirah Mosque is simply beautiful, the speakers gave a good and interesting  introduction of the Islamic Culture. The mosque tour is conducted by staff from the Sheikh Mohammad centre for Cultural Understanding.




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  1. Pingback: “Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.” – Miriam Beard | a travel bucket list

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