The complete name of this attraction is the Madinat Jumeirah the Arabian Resort in Dubai, and it is the largest resort in all of the emirates. Madinat Jumeirah is an exclusive luxury 5 star resort, which has been built across a landscape of 40 acres of gardens. The resort has been designed just like a traditional town in Arabia. The original plan of the resort includes 2 boutique hotels, which are the Mina A’ Salam and the Al Qasar. There is also a courtyard of 29 stylish summer houses which has been named as Dar Al Masyaf. This lavish and luxurious resort has around 40 bars and restaurants in total. The resort is located 2 km from the private beachfront and just adjacent to the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Wild Wadi Water Park and the Burj Al Arab. The Dubai International Airport is at a distance of just 30 minutes in the non peak hours. Around 5.4 km of sophisticated waterway systems have been used to connect the various sections of the resort. Water taxis are used by guests to travel on the enchanting waterways and easily travel to all parts of the beautiful and luxurious resort. The resort waterways also serve as a sanctuary for turtles and ensure the rehabilitation of the injured creatures. Mirage Mille was the designer who employed Creative Kingdom to come up with the creative concept for the resort of Madinat Jumeirah.more
Known to be the most photographed mosque built in the city, the Jumeirah Mosque is visited by non-Muslims as well, as visitors gaze at the spectacular architecture and appreciate the beauty and sophisticated design. The construction work on the mosque started in 1976, and the structure was built in the authentic Fatimid style of construction. This intricately detailed and snowy white mosque structure surely one of the most beautiful ones in the city. Jumeirah also holds the distinction of being one of the very few mosques which are also open to non-Muslims. The one hour tours within the mosque are organized by the Sheikh Mohammad Center for Cultural Understanding. The mosque offers a unique insight into the Islamic architecture and Muslim values, thus giving visitors a clear view of the cultural and historical significance of the building. The tour proves to be highly informative and helps the visitors improve their understanding of the Emirates’ cultural values and customs, as well as the society and religion. The mosque’s architecture and design details are highly appreciated by most tourists visiting the place. There is no need to book for the tour and cameras are allowed inside the Jumeirah mosque to capture its beauty.more
DUBAI // After nearly 10 years of free parking, the souq at Madinat Jumeirah is now charging visitors who leave their vehicles for more than an hour. Souk Madinat Jumeirah combines traditional Middle Eastern shopping culture of stands, barrows and stalls with a mix of boutique brands, home accessory stores, souvenir gift shops, luxury fashion and jewellery. Parking has long been a challenge at the souq and after extensive research it was recognised that paid parking would ensure appropriate use of the parking space, allowing visitors a better chance of parking," said a spokesman for parent company Jumeirah Group.more
It was developed by Emaar Properties to host a variety of performances and events including theatre, opera, ballet, concerts, conferences and exhibitions. Dubai Opera is a 1901-seat, multi-format, performing arts centre, which is located within The Opera District in Downtown Dubai. Its plans were announced by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in March 2012 and it was completed in 2016. It opened on 31 August 2016 with a performance by Placido Domingo. The Opera District was launched by Emaar Properties in Downtown Dubai in 2013. Aside from Dubai Opera, the district, which faces Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Fountain.more
It is Dubai’s first mega themed entertainment destination. The park is divided into four "epic zones". The park was built by the Ilyas and Mustafa Galadari (IMG) Group and is the world's largest indoor theme park. The park was part of the City of Arabia development project, a part of Dubailand, which was stalled due to the 2008 property crash. IMG Worlds of Adventure is an indoor amusement park in the United Arab Emirates in Dubai. IMG Worlds of Adventure is the largest temperature controlled indoor themed entertainment destination in the world, covering an area in excess of 1.5 million square feet.more
The Outlet Village is dissimilar to whatever other shopping area in the locale, outlined as it is to feel like San Gimignano, a cute peak town in the wide open of Tuscany whose notable focus was announced an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990. Basically wandering through, guests will take note of a bunch of refined specifying, including wellsprings and wishing wells, window screens with lavender pot plants and backdrops of the moving Tuscan slopes. It even has a genuine olive tree.more
The Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, is situated around the 8-mile Dubai Creek conduit. Home to around 270 types of fauna and 47 types of greenery, the place has seen a lot of progress. The haven was established in 1985 and the Flamingos included appeal and developed in number from that point forward. Normal natural surroundings with a setting of Dubai's horizon, the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary is a tranquil withdraw in Dubai. Traveler from everywhere throughout the world love this place.more
Based at Jumeirah's beachside lodging, Mina A'Salam, the Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation extend keeps running in a joint effort with the Emirates Wildlife Protection Office. The Projects point: to administer to, ensure, and restore wiped out turtles, while likewise bringing issues to light of the dangers confronted by marine turtles. To see these astounding reptiles yourself, visit the turtle pools at Mina A'Salam – they're interested in youngsters and grown-ups beginning at 11am on Wednesdays. Affirmation is free. Visitors from everywhere throughout the world come here and they need to visit once more.more
The historical backdrop of the Arab individuals is firmly intertwined with its most acclaimed creature, the camel. You can take in about the ship of the abandon at this historical center committed to all things camel: its life systems, its uncommon association with the Arab individuals, camel dashing and even computerized camel diversions. Situated in the Al-Shindagha neighborhood, adjoining the home of the late Sheik Saeed Bin Maktoum Al-Maktoum, the Camel House was inherent the 1940s, making it a moderately new expansion to this memorable group.more
Trap Al Banat is a place of authentic significance dating from the 1950′s. Its name interprets as The Girls House. This venture was set up by an Emirati lady, Professor Rafia Ghubash keeping in mind the end goal to save the historical backdrop of ladies in the UAE and to separate generalizations and uncover the phenomenal part that UAE ladies have played in characterizing their way of life and molding their general public. The Women's Museum is a goal-oriented and multifaceted activity with a few key angles.more
The wonderful island of Abu Dhabi! Capital city of the UAE, Abu Dhabi is modern and cosmopolitan; Take a walk on the Corniche at the evening or dine in the best restaurants of Arabia.
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