Dubai Travel: Places Which Are A Must Visit In This Gulf City


Dubai is one of the most-visited tourist places in the world. Read ahead to know more about the tallest building in the world and the largest gold market

Written By Vaishnavi Navalka | Mumbai | Updated On:

Dubai, situated in the Middle-East is one of the most expensive cities in the world. With the largest number of tourist places to visit, Dubai is one of the most visited places in the world. Many Bollywood movies have been shot there, too. If you are planning to visit Dubai, here are a few places that we have listed for you.

Must-visit places in Dubai

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Burj Khalifa

The Burj Khalifa proudly holds the title of the world’s tallest building. This building is also the tallest free-standing structure in the world and also has the highest observation deck in the world. It allows you to travel to the 128th floor for a breathtaking view of the city. You can also travel to the 148th floor, to the highest observation deck but, it will cost you a little more.


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Dubai Mall

The Dubai Mall is also one of the largest shopping centres in the world and has more than 1,300 stores. Apart from shopping centres, this place also has numerous entertainment facilities like an ice rink, a movie theatre and an aquarium. One of the most attractive thing about the Dubai Mall is the dancing fountain outside the mall. The mall is so big that you need an entire day to spend here.


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Jumeirah Mosque

An architectural style which mimics the style of the medieval Fatimid period is different from the other mosque’s in Dubai because even a non-muslim is allowed to enter the mosque. This mosque is mostly visited by architecture students to admire and study the interiors of this mosque. Although the mosque allows non-Muslims, they do ask the visitors to follow a dress code, which is full sleeves and also women need to cover their head.

Jumeirah beach

Just at a walking distance from the Burj Khalifa, this place is visited by the tourists to have a good time. This beach has a lot of water sports and barbeque to offer.


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Gold and spice market

Located at the south of Dubai Creek, the Gold souk is popular to buy gold and other glittery jewellery like platinum, diamonds and silver. Right on the other side of the creek lies the spice market where vendors from across the globe flock together to sell all kinds of spices like cinnamon, ginger and chilli.

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