THE LIST OF THE TOP PLACES TO VISIT IN UAE and Most Attractive Places in Dubai

The UAE is a federal state made up of seven emirates: Abu Dhabi , Dubai , Sharjah, Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah , Umm Al Quwain , and Fujairah while Abu Dhabi is the capital. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven states that has grown from a quiet backwater to one of the Middle East’s most important economic centres.he UAE shares borders with Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Oman. The UAE is located in the South East of the Arab Peninsula and covers an area that looks like a triangle. Its shores are considered as the Southern and South Eastern edges of the Arabian Gulf and part of the Western shore of the Gulf of Oman.  The UAE’s National Day is celebrated on December 2nd of each year and marks the unification of the emirates into a federation. The UAE has a literacy rate of 93%.. The UAE is located in the tropical dry area that extends across Asia and North Africa. However, it is affected by the Ocean as it overlooks both the Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman, which is connected to the Red Sea via the Strait of Bab Al-Mandab.

1) Dubai 

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The emirate of Dubai shares borders with Abu Dhabi in the south, Sharjah in the northeast, and the Sultanate of Oman in the southeast. The Emirate of Dubai is the second largest of the seven United Arab Emirates but has the largest population with over 3.33 million inhabitants as of Sept.2019. The UAE’s highest concentration of designer boutiques can be found here, alongside the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo and an Olympic-sized ice rink, while the Dubai Fountain and Burj Khalifa are on the doorstep. Dubai constantly competes with itself, trying to magnetize tourists to a dream-like world of attractions. This drive is clearly visible in its tourist attractions, landmarks, shopping centres, parks and hotels.Dubai has an excellent nightlife scene with a large choice of bars and nightclubs to be enjoyed. The city has become symbolic for its skyscrapers and high buildings, in particular the world´s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Apart from an often very attractive salary you also won’t have to pay any income taxes when you make your money in Dubai. This attracts a lot of people who come to Dubai with the idea of saving a good amount of money in a short amount of time.

2) Abu Dhabi

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Abu Dhabi has become a centre for world-class sporting events such as: the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship, the prestigious Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge cross-country rally and the Formula One Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Abu Dhabi is the capital and the second-most populous city of the United Arab Emirates (after Dubai).Abu Dhabi is a true symbol of luxury. Tourists usually conjure up skyscrapers, malls, and world-class hotels when thinking about this emirate. Sunshine and blue skies can be expected almost every day in Abu Dhabi. The city experiences a really hot and humid climate in the months of April to September when the maximum temperatures average above 40 °C (104 °F).Abu Dhabi stands in the heart of the Middle East and at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, making it a unique trading centre. The city’s rapid development and urbanization (probably also propelled by the rivalry between Abu Dhabi and Dubai), coupled with the relatively high average income of its population, has transformed Abu Dhabi to become more advanced than most other Arab cities. Abu Dhabi is rich in natural wonders too. While the emirate’s famous Liwa oasis in the south of the emirate is home to some of the largest and most beautiful sand dunes in the world, the garden city of Al Ain in the foothills of Jebel Hafeet is home to several heritage sites. The largest mosque in the United Arab Emirates was opened in December 2007. The mosque, covered with white marble from Italy and the Republic of Macedonia represents a fusion of Arab, Mughal and Moorish architecture. Inside the mosque is the “World’s Largest Carpet” hand-woven by Iran’s Carpet Company (ICC), the carpet is about the size of a soccer field, 5,625 sqm (60,546 sq.ft.).


3) Wild Wadi Water-park

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The Wild Wadi Water Park is an outdoor water park in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Wild Wadi is the only themed amusement park in the UAE situated on Jumeirah Beach road in front of Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. The Wild Wadi Water Park is situated in front of the third tallest hotel in the world. The Wild Wadi Water Park is 12 acres of pure fun with 23 adrenalin-pumping rides and attractions that leave you gasping for more.This beautifully themed water park is one of the largest water parks in the Middle East and offers so many different ways to explore. You can catch a metro and head to Mall of the emirates, from there take a cab to reach Wild Wadi Water Park. You can also visit this water park of Dubai by bus.Boasting eight Master Blasters, Wild Wadi has more Master Blasters than any other water park in the world.  It has something for everyone so there is Wild Wadi’s play area for children, Sindabad’s Cart or Souk Al Wadi for shopping and for food lovers there are restaurants that serve lip smacking delicacies.

4) Burj Khalifa

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The Burj Khalifa, known as the Burj Dubai prior to its inauguration in 2010, is a skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Burj Khalifa is the tallest tower in the world and it’s one of the top attractions to visit in Dubai. Burj Khalifa has redefined what is possible in the design and engineering of supertall buildings. By combining cutting-edge technologies and cultural influences, the building serves as a global icon that is both a model for future urban centers and speaks to the global movement towards compact, livable urban areas. The Burj Khalifa height is a staggering 828 meters (2716.5 feet) tall, soaring over Dubai. It’s three times as tall as the Eiffel Tower and nearly twice as tall as the Empire State Building. The building’s Y-shaped plan provides the maximum amount of perimeter for windows in living spaces without developing internal unusable area. Burj Khalifa forms a part of the new flagship development called Downtown Dubai, located at the First Interchange along Sheikh Zayed Road, in proximity to the main business district in Dubai.

5) Hajar Mountains

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The Hajar Mountains are a range in Northern Oman stretching along the northern coast of Oman, from southwest of Muscat to the United Arab Emirates. Rose water is produced by local villagers and the damask roses of Jebel al Akhdar fill the air with fragrance when in full bloom during March and April. This dramatic, mountainous region is one of Oman’s biggest tourist destinations, and for good reason. The best time to visit is between October and March, when the weather is cooler and you can explore this extraordinary landscape in 4 x 4’s or take to the mountains paths on foot. Take a green line metro from Al Ras and get down at Baniyas Square. The hajar mountains are 500 metres from this point. You can walk your way up to Hajar mountains You can also take an Uber.  They are rich in plant life compared to the majority of Arabia, including numerous endemic species. The types of vegetation on this mountain vary with the altitude. The Hajar Mountains lies parallel to the east coast of the UAE. At their highest point in the north, in the Musandam Peninsula, the mountains reach a breathtaking height of 2000 metres and at this point, the slopes drop directly into the sea.


6) Dubai Mall

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The Dubai Mall offers an unparalleled retail variety combined with world-class dining, entertainment and leisure attractions.  Dubai has so much to offer, as it is full of activities to do and many aquariam places to visit including The palm Atlantis Dubai, The World Islands DubaiDhow CruiseDubai Mall Aquariumand more along the way from Dubai to Abu Dhabi Cornishe.  It is the largest mall in the world by total area at 1,124,000 square meters. In other words, it is equivalent to 50 football pitches!
The Dubai Mall thrives with utmost beauty, serving as the largest mall in the world. There are 1200 stores open in Dubai Mall and that doesn’t include the pop up ones. the Dubai Mall is a stunning location for most individuals visiting the site. Its unique grandeur and splendor exhibit imposing complexity that has broken a few records over the years.Inside the mall, its ground level is home to the Dubai Aqaurium, which houses the world’s largest acrylic panel


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Bluewaters Island is an artificial island 500 metres off the Jumeirah Beach Residence coastline, near Dubai Marina, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.  Bluewaters is an island that blends a pioneering spirit with the exhilaration of city life to create an unrivalled experience that includes Caesars Palace and Ain Dubai, the world’s tallest and largest observation wheel. Bluewaters is a vibrant lifestyle destination featuring distinctive residential, retail, hospitality, and entertainment options. Bluewater Island developed by Meraas, Bluewaters Building 4 is located off the coast of Jumeirah Beach Residence. Home to Ain Dubai, the world’s largest observation wheel, it is also a shopper’s paradise, housing unique retail and dining concepts.  The Bluewaters Island in Dubai is a new vibrant destination that combines architectural, entertainment and theatrical lighting by neolight.

8) Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Abu Dhabi

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The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is one the world’s largest mosques and a massive architectural work of art that intentionally blends different Islamic architectural schools. The mosque is free to visit and opens daily between 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. (last entry 9.30 p.m.), except on Friday mornings (Islam’s holy day), when it opens between 4.30 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque stands out as one of the world’s largest mosques, and the only one that captures unique interactions between Islam and world cultures. There is a handy guide on the mosque’s website that will give you a better idea of what’s acceptable dress, however the mosque provides traditional abaya prior to entry as well. The mosque is always busy but as it’s so vast it never feels overcrowded. An insider tip would be to avoid the searing midday heat by heading there first thing in the morning or late afternoon. The open-door policy invites tourists and celebrants from all around the world who can witness the spectacular onion-top domes, the reflective pools that engulf the courtyard and the iconic prayer hall, which not only overflows with blissful sunlight, but also houses the world’s biggest chandelier and carpet, both meticulously handmade.

9) Dubai Creek & Al Seef District

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Located near the iconic Dubai Creek, Al Seef is making its mark on Dubai’s heritage district. Beautiful traditions combine with modern designs at this new destination, as the city showcases an inspiring partnership between its proud past and bright future. This is a dining, shopping and leisure destination that is located near the Creekside area (Al Fahidi neighborhood). It’s easy to see why Dubai Creek, a waterway running through the oldest part of town, gets lost amid all the shinier attractions.  Open daily from 10am until midnight, Al Seef is easily reachable, with Al Fahidi and BurJuman metro stations catering to the location. In addition, there is underground self-parking, valet parking, yacht mooring, abra and water taxi services. There’s an area where it’s modern, and there’s an area where you can see windtowers and stones which reflects back to the history of the UAE. It’s really blended well that it’s perfect for a relaxing stroll especially at night.The historic neighborhoods along the saltwater channel, especially on the southern side, are so linked to the roots of Dubai that the city has frequently considered submitting them for inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage list.


10) Atlantis Hotel
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Atlantis The Palm, Dubai is a luxury hotel resort located at the apex of the Palm Jumeirah in the United Arab Emirates. Nestled between the calm turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf and the majestic Dubai skyline, Atlantis Dubai is the crown of the world-famous Palm island. Dubai’s Atlantis Hotel hasn’t been around that long, but it’s already racked up quite the reputation. Atlantis The Palm Dubai is rising on Palm Jumeirah Island in Dubai and enjoys a private sandy beach, the 5-star hotel, Atlantis Dubai The Palm, offers stunning views of the Arabian Gulf by the side of the Tallest ever-built structure Burj Khalifa and the significant Burj Al Arab. Whether you’re staying in our world-renowned resort, dining in one of our award-winning restaurants or feeling the rush at Aquaventure Waterpark, experience a world away from your everyday at Atlantis Dubai.  The most luxurious rooms at the Atlantis are its signature suites: the Underwater suite, Presidential suite, Grand Atlantis suite and Royal Bridge suite. 


Just metres away from the bustling city of Dubai, you’ll find stunning birds in the wetlands of Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary means ‘Head of the Creek’ in Arabic. Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary offers bird watching through three bird hides at strategic locations to give visitors a closer view of birds and other wildlife in the area. Known as the ‘Cape of the Creek,’ Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary covers an area of 6.2sqkm and features a variety of salt flats, intertidal mudflats, mangroves, and lagoons that birds use for their nests and individual habitats. Located in the heart of Dubai and against the backdrop of the Dubai Skyline, this 6.2 square km sanctuary is home to 450 species of animals and 47 species of plants. Renowned for its pink flamingos that steal the show in winter, you can also spot reef herons, great egrets, cormorants, black-winged stilts, grey herons, osprey, sandpipers and many such birds here.

12) Sharjah

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It’s also the third most-populous emirate in the UAE and due to its global cultural affiliations, the city is visited by millions of tourists every year. Sharjah shares legal, political, military and economic functions with the other Emirates within the UAE’s federal framework. However, each Emirate has its own jurisdiction over certain authorities, such as civil law enforcement, the provision and maintenance of public utilities. Since the 18th century, Sharjah has been under the rule of the Al Qasimi Empire. The city has also been named as a ‘healthy city’ by WHO. Sharjah is also a place that cherishes the outdoors and celebrates how communal and enriching it is for residents and visitors alike. Sharjah is the only Emirate that has common borders with all other Emirates in the UAE. It is also the only Emirate with beaches on both sides of the Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman, so Sharjah is an excellent choice for living and accommodation in the UAE. It’s the 3rd largest emirate in the UAE, after Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

13) Burj Al Arab

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The Burj al Arab (translation: Arabian Tower), is a luxury hotel that stands on an artificial island nearly 300 m from the Jumeirah Beach in Dubai, UAE. Burj Al Arab stands on an artificial island 280 meters (920 feet) from Jumeirah beach and is connected to the mainland by a private curving bridge. The iconic nature of the building sees it dominate the Dubai skyline and its designer, Tom Wright of WKK Architects, has compared it to Sydney’s Opera House, London’s Big Ben or Paris’ Eiffel Tower. Construction began in 1994 and involved 3000 companies and contractors; 250 designers from the UK, USA and Dubai; and 3500 workmen on site at any given time. To secure the building to the artificial island, 230 concrete piles measuring 40 m (130 ft) had to be driven into the sand.  Standing at 321 m, it is the third tallest hotel in the world and one of the most expensive, costing an estimated 7.8bn dollars.


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With the capacity to spray 22,000 gallons (83,000 liters) of water in air at any point of time, the Dubai Fountain is the largest dancing fountain in the world. Choreographed to music, the Dubai Fountain shoots water as high as 500 feet –that’s as high as a 50-story building.  It is located on the 30-acre Burj Khalifa Lake in Downtown Dubai, between Souk AI Bahar and The Dubai Mall. It is designed by the creators of the Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas. The Dubai Fountain offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to immerse yourself in a captivating water, music and light experience. The design of the Dubai Fountain is unique comprising of five circles of different sizes, two arcs and powerful water spouts that shoot water up to unbelievable heights. Located at the foot of the Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Fountain Boardwalk allows visitors to get even closer to the spectacle, strolling the 272m floating platform – just nine metres from the fountains. The Dubai Fountain performance starts with music. The water of fountain animates with the music. Lights of the fountain is sink with the music and water flow.

15) Palm Islands

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The Palm Islands in Dubai are some of the most ambitious, and technically challenging, feats of engineering in the world. Palm Jumeirah and Palm Sheikh Ali, two artificial islands settled on the coast of  Dubai, United Arab Emirates are a wonderful alternative to luxury accommodation. The palm islands themselves are constructed from sand dredged from the sea floor. The Palm Islands in Dubai are three artificial islands built on the coast of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The three islands, Palm Jumeirah, Deira Islands, and Palm Jebel Ali, are some of the most ambitious engineering projects ever initiated. Dubai Palm Islands are perhaps the most ruthless and inimitable of all mega real estate developments in the city that brim around the top-notch hotels near Dubai Palms Islands, resorts, dazzling beachfront villas, the best in class dining establishments, marinas, water parks and shopping facilities. Construction on the palm islands began in 2001. Divers surveyed the seabed and worke­rs constructed a crescent-shaped breakwater from blasted mountain rock. The shape of each island was guided using hi-tech GPS systems onboard each dredger to ensure pinpoint sand deployment accuracy. There is nothing else in the world like the Palm Islands since it’s actually a chain of various islands joined together made to look like a palm tree.

16) Dubai Aquarium

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The 10-million litre Dubai Aquarium tank, located on the Ground Level of The Dubai Mall, is one of the largest suspended aquariums in the world. Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo is a focal segment of the Dubai Mall’s incredible and diverse leisure portfolio. Dubai Mall’s most mesmerising sight is this gargantuan aquarium where thousands of beasties flit and dart amid artificial coral. Sharks and rays are top attractions, along with sumo-sized groupers and massive schools of pelagic fish.  It houses thousands of aquatic animals, comprising over 140 species, including sharks, rays, giant groupers and much much more. Centrally located within 12 million square feet Dubai Mall, this aquarium is one of the most visited attractions in Dubai.  The 48 metre walk-through Tunnel provides 270 degree views from 11 metres below the  surface of the tank Dubai Aquarium Underwater Zoo in Dubai is one of the top activities to do in city. Visitors can go on a Glass-bottom boat ride, providing unique views of the tank from beneath their feet.

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