Dubai is a city that is not afraid of ambition. Pumping billions into positioning itself as a tourist mecca and business hub, the place is an attention seeking over-achiever of sorts and undoubtedly becoming one of the most unique cities in the world. For those with an untreatable case of wanderlust, this city is a traveller’s dream. Dubai has historic sights, futuristic architecture, and active night life and out-of-this-world attractions. Before the skyscrapers and luxurious automobiles, Dubai was only sand and when visiting Dubai it becomes a must thing to go on a desert safari and eat a traditional Arabic barbecue, go dune bashing, watch belly dancing and ride camels. Approximately 85% of Dubai’s population are expats creating a cultural diversity to a whole new level and allowing visitors to travel the entire world from one place. Dubai is known worldwide for its architecture. Dubai skyline is full of unique skyscrapers designed by some of the best architects in the world. A drive down one of UAE’s main roads, Sheikh Zayed Road, will leave anyone in awe. If looking for private islands then Dubai has got that for you too “The Palm Jumeirah”. The Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world, and making a trip to the top is a memorable experience. From the beach to the desert, the whole of Dubai can be seen from up there. This city is all about its nightclubs and bars open every night of the week. Dubai is widely known for its amazing Gold Souk, which offers dozens of jewellery stores selling gold, silver and precious stones. he traditional market looks simple until one starts window shopping and sees some of the most astonishing jewellery designs.
Whatever way you look at it, Dubai is a contradiction of sorts. But love it or hate it, it’s a city that demands attention.
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