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Best attractions to visit in Dubai

61. Aquaventure Waterpark in Atlantis - Dubai

Aquaventure Waterpark in Atlantis

Vast water park with zip lines, slides through shark-filled lagoons & a splash area for kids. Atlantis Resorts, a subsidiary of Kerzner International, is a resort company that was created to operate the Atlantis resorts in Nassau, Bahamas and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Kerzner operates three resorts that include Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai; Atlantis Sanya, China (Coming Soon) and The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences, Dubai (Coming Soon). Atlantis Paradise Island is operated by Marriott International's Autograph Collection Hotels and owned by Brookfield Asset Management, according to The Miami Herald

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62. Al Fahidi Fort - Dubai

Al Fahidi Fort

Dubai Museum is the main museum in Dubai, United Arab Emirates..Al Fahidi Fort stands tall in Bur Dubai since its construction in the late 18th century, and has enthralled people for more than 40 years with a varied collection of substances that reflect the country’s traditional way of life. It is located in the Al Fahidi Fort, built in 1787 and is the oldest existing building in Dubai. The Al Fahidi Fort was built in 1799 and was later extended. Its original walls were built from coral and shell rubble from the sea and structured together with lime. The museum is open every day and admission is low-priced.Al Fahidi Fort stands tall in Bur Dubai since its construction in the late 18th century, and has enthralled people for more than 40 years with a varied collection of substances that reflect the country’s traditional way of life.

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63. The Heritage and Diving Village - Dubai

The Heritage and Diving Village

Cultural area showing traditional craftsmen & -women in action, plus demonstrations of pearl diving.When you're ready for a break from the modern world, step into the past by visiting the Heritage and Diving Village, located in Shindagha on the Bur Dubai side of the historic Dubai Creek. This reconstructed village features distinctive palm-and-mud houses and barasti huts where you can watch potters and jewellers practise their craft and sample local cuisine..

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64. Palm Jebel Ali - Dubai

Palm Jebel Ali

The Palm Jebel Ali is a counterfeit archipelago in Dubai, United Arab Emirates which started development in October 2002, was initially wanted to be finished by mid-2008 and has been on hold since.[1] The venture, which is 50 percent bigger than the Palm Jumeirah, is proposed to incorporate six marinas, a water amusement stop, 'Ocean Village', homes based on stilts over the water, and promenades that circle the "fronds" of the "palm" and spell out an Arabic sonnet by Sheik Mohammed receptacle Rashid Al Maktoum

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65. Deira Island - Dubai

Deira Island

Deira Island is a group of artificial islands in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Initially, this project was planned to be a part of the famous Palm Islands and to be called as ‘Palm Deira’. Deira Island is an exotic waterfront entertainment, residential destination and tourist spot which is developed in complete alignment with the Dubai Vision 2020. This group of islands comprises of four man-made spectacular islands which are situated adjacent to the Deira District of Dubai. This path breaking development will provide its residents with an incredible opportunity to acquire a relaxed island living with breathtaking views. The islands will also make a huge contribution to the tourism industry of Dubai. These islands contain a diverse variety of plots for the development of hotels, resorts and residential communities. The plots of resorts and hotels are now available for sale at Nakheel Sales Centre at Al Sufouh Road in Dubai. These islands are very close to Dubai International Airport and feature incredible views of the popular Dubai Skyline and the Arabian Gulf. The islands have a total area of about 15.3 sq kilometers which includes an area of about 21 kilometers of beaches. The Deira Island is surely a wonderful tourism and residential spot, owing to its magnificent location and incredible facilities.

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66. Palm Islands - Dubai

Palm Islands

Palm Islands are three fake islands, Palm Jumeirah, Deira Island and Palm Jebel Ali, on the shore of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. As of November 2014, just Palm Jumeirah has been finished. This island appears as a palm tree, beaten by a bow. After fruition, Palm Jebel Ali will take a comparative shape; every island will be host to an expansive number of private, relaxation and diversion focuses and will include an aggregate of 520 kilometers of non-open shorelines to the city of Dubai. The production of the Palm Islands started in June 2001. Soon after, the Palm Islands was declared and recovery work started. This island was intended to be a greater island, however it was later cut back. An island was arranged and development began, however this venture was later redesigned and renamed to The Palm Islands.

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67. The World Islands - Dubai

The World Islands

The World or The World Islands (Arabi; Juzur al-Ālam) is a fake archipelago of different little islands built in the harsh state of a world guide, situated in the waters of the Persian Gulf, 4.0 kilometers (2.5 mi) off the shore of Dubai, United Arab Emirates.[1] The World islands are made for the most part out of sand dug from Dubai's shallow beach front waters, and are one of a few fake island improvements in Dubai.[1] The World's designer is Nakheel Properties, and the venture was initially brought about by Sheik Mohammed receptacle Rashid Al Maktoum, the leader of Dubai.

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68. Observation deck of Burj Khalifa - Dubai

Observation deck of Burj Khalifa

Soaring high at 555 meters, At the Top, Burj Khalifa SKY is fittingly Dubai’s most iconic destination. Get ready to enjoy exclusive access to the redefined, highest outdoor observatory in the world, spread across levels 148 and 125 of Burj Khalifa. Your journey begins when you step into the At the Top, Burj Khalifa SKY lounge, from where you will be personally escorted to a dedicated elevator. Inside, watch in amazement as specially designed projections give you the feeling of flying over global landmarks as you ascend to Level 125.

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69. Burj Al Arab - Dubai

Burj Al Arab

The third tallest hotel in the whole world is located in Dubai by the famous name of Burj Al Arab. It is an interesting fact that around 39% of the total space of the hotel is in actual, non-occupiable space. The wondrous hotel has been built to stand on an artificial island which measures 280 m from the famous Jumeirah Beach. The hotel island is connected to the central mainland through a specially designed private curving bridge. The main shape of the hotel has been designed in the structure of a ship’s sail. The hotel has a helipad built near the roof top, which is at a total of around 210 m above the ground. The land on which the hotel is built was previously called as Chicago Beach and the Burj Al Arab has been built on reclaimed land. The main idea behind the hotel design was to have a structure which would become a symbol and statement for the land of Dubai, just like Big Ben is for London, and that is why the hotel was designed by Atkins, which is a multidisciplinary consultancy firm. An interesting feature of the hotel is the concrete honeycomb patterned surface which has been expressly done to prevent any erosion in the foundations. The atrium within the building is 180m tall. There are 28 double storey floors, which have been designed to accommodate a total of 202 bedroom suites. Two great restaurants named, the Al Muntaha and the Al Mahara, are part of the Burj Al Arab hotel.

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70. Emirates Towers - Dubai

Emirates Towers

Jumeirah Emirates Hotel Tower, also known as Emirates Tower Two, is a 56-storey hotel in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. At a structural height of 309 m (1,014 ft), Emirates Towers Hotel is the smaller of the two sister towers. It ranks as the 48th-tallest building in the world. It is the world's third-tallest all-hotel building.[5] Construction was completed on 15 April 2000. The hotel includes 40 luxury suites and is operated by the Jumeirah International Group.

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