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Top 10 Reasons To Visit Dubai in 2023

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From a desolate desert to a cosmopolitan metropolis! The transformation of Dubai didn’t happen by chance. Instead, it is the fruit of meticulous planning and sedulous efforts. The fastest-growing city globally innovates and designs the best things every other day. While roaming around the city with all the high rises, you will have to look into the sky to find the tip of the towers and many more amazing places to visit in Dubai.

Dubai is family-friendly and safe by every means that solo travelers can travel without worries. Weather in Dubai can be broadly divided into two — summer and winter. Winter is from October to March, and the rest is summer. You should plan your visit for winter as it is the most beautiful time in the city. If you are going in summer, you have many options for indoor entertainment. But you may miss some of the exciting outdoor activities in the city.

 See the top 10 reasons to visit Dubai at least once in your life to experience unique things to do in Dubai.

1.   Numerous Attractions

Can you make a bucket list of the best places to visit in Dubai? Of course, you can, but how long will the list be? The city’s numerous attractions and new ones adding up frequently make it almost impossible for tourists to choose the best. Those with ample time can visit them individually, but others on a short visit will undoubtedly miss some wonders. However, ensure that you see the iconic landmarks that have become the identity of Dubai.

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Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah, Marina, and Miracle Garden are some attractions that have become the city’s identity. It is no surprise that people called Burj Al Arab a ‘seven-star hotel.’ Given the premium experience and dining in the hotel, anyone will feel that it is the most luxurious hotel in the world. You can dine and live like a king at Burj Al Arab.

The second attraction Palm Jumeirah is an artificial archipelago built in a vast date palm. Several luxurious restaurants, including Atlantis, have made Palm Jumeirah the go-to destination in Dubai. Marina is the artificial canal city where you can experience the nightlife and extravagance of Dubai at its best.

If you want to see a garden in the desert, visit Miracle Garden. Yes, Dubai has the most extensive natural flower garden in the world. Hard to believe. Go to Miracle Garden, and you will get several fantastic photo stops for Instagram.

2.   The Thrill of Adventure

A journey is incomplete without some adventures. Dubai promises an eventful holiday with spine-tingling adventures. Explore anything and everything in the water, underwater, sky, or land. The choices are extensive, and adrenaline junkies must choose according to their preferences. Try sandboarding in the deserts, skiing at Ski Dubai, or paragliding at the beaches. You can try to feel the thrill of many other things.

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3.   A Blend of Cultures

Nowhere else can you find the mix of different cultures in Dubai, mainly because ex-pats constitute 80 percent of the city’s population. Filipinos, Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, and westerners make up the population. The city wholeheartedly embraces all cultures, which is why it has become one of the most-visited tourist destinations in the world.

You will see different people, hear varied languages, and taste various dishes. English is the lingua franca in the city, so no worries if you don’t know Arabic. Apart from all these cultures, the city believes in and cherishes Islamic traditions. You can gain insight into the Islamic way of life and beliefs from the mosques and museums.

Visiting the mosques in Dubai is a visual treat as the architectural excellence is also explicit. The only mosque in Dubai which allows entry for non-Muslims is Jumeirah Mosque. Make sure that you respect Islamic traditions throughout your stay. Just as Dubai respects your culture, you should also follow its rules.

4.   The Ultimate Shopping Destination

Whether traditional or modern, Dubai has something for the shopaholics. As the cherry on top, enjoy tax-free shopping. Head to the Gold Souk to buy affordable and beautiful things if you love jewelry or wish to buy traditional UAE dresses as a souvenir. Souks are the predecessors of modern shopping malls and are close to Arabian traditions. Gold Souk has an extensive collection of ornaments which means you may sometimes get confused about choosing but never run out of choice.

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Dubai Mall is the perfect place to find all the global brands under a single roof. It is a shopping, sightseeing, and entertainment destination in the city. Apart from all these, there are shopping festivals that seduce people worldwide. Dubai Shopping Festival is the most famous and is held in January.

5.   Exceptional Architecture

The tallest building in the world, which stands at the city’s heart, stands testimony to its architectural feat. Many of the towers in the city, including Burj Khalifa, had broken several world records as quickly as pie. The skyline is adorned with skyscrapers designed by world-renowned architects. It is not just about the tall buildings; the city takes pride in having well-maintained roads, excellent public transport, and connectivity.

All these innovations have made Dubai the city of the future. If you would like to gaze upon the awe-inspiring cityscape of Dubai, take a swift ride along the Sheikh Zayed road.

6.   Tempting Nightlife

The city of lights comes alive after nightfall, especially on the weekends. Yes, this city is for the ones who love to party. The night markets, shopping malls, restaurants, and everything in Dubai are designed to give you the invigorating nightlife. Though you cannot drink in public, there are nightclubs and bars in Dubai.

Marina Nightlife

Moreover, Downtown Dubai, the center of attraction in the city, is ready for a party at night. You can see the Dubai Fountain show at night for half an hour. Dhow cruise Marina is another popular thing to do in Dubai at night.

7.   The Mysterious Deserts

Everything in Dubai began here. The desert is the soul of Dubai, which you must visit during your trip to Dubai. Go on a desert safari to learn about the traditional Bedouin lifestyle, see the traditional dances of the Middle East, try adventures, and have delicious Arabic food. Desert safari is a journey that gives you the complete experience of the desert life and culture of the city.

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8.   Unsurpassable Luxury

Everything in this city is designed for the rich who loves to splurge. Though tourists who want to visit Dubai on a budget can choose some places and attractions, mostly everything is about luxury. You can stay at the top restaurants, dine from the top of the world, and cruise on a luxury yacht. Those not worried about money have many things to do in the city.

9.   The Land of the Tallest Tower

With its tallest building, Burj Khalifa, Dubai achieved new heights, luring in visitors worldwide. The building stands at a whopping height of 828 meters with 163 floors. Burj Khalifa illuminates Downtown Dubai and is undeniably the most jaw-dropping sight in Dubai.

Burj Khalifa Dubai

You can climb to the top of the building to look down at the whole city or admire the architectural marvel from the outside. The sunset from the Burj Khalifa observation deck is a sight to behold.

If you visit the place in the evening, the Dubai fountain and light show at Burj Khalifa will add a festive mood to the day. It is not easy to take a selfie with the tallest structure. But try hard, and you will succeed.

10.   Great Food

Sometimes, you travel to another country and feel the food is not to your taste. However, this will never happen in Dubai, as the city has varied cuisines to tickle your taste buds. Dubai is famous for its great food, one of the many factors attracting foodies to the city. You can try traditional Arabic food, Continental dishes, Arabic coffee, and Asian delicacies. Whatever your favorite food, you will find it in Dubai for sure.

Tips for Traveling to Dubai

·         Winter is the best time to go to Dubai (October-March)

·         Keep a jacket handy as drizzle and cool breeze is expected in winter

·         The temperature may rise to 50 degrees during summer

·         Dress modestly when you go to public places

·         Book your flight in advance to avoid huge prices

·         Alcohol is not banned in Dubai but restricted

All these reasons and innumerable others have made Dubai the most-celebrated tourist destination in the world. Plan a trip to this happening city and enjoy a memorable holiday with your loved ones.