Dubai has over 14 million international overnight tourists a year. Whether you are just transiting or stopping over, Dubai has attractions for short stays.
Shedi shares with us his one-day itinerary in Dubai.
Burj Al Arab
Breathtaking hotel with genuinely superb attention to detail in the design and even what the employees do to assist you. One good example… I decide to put a few things on my plate at the breakfast buffet and a pleasant member of staff came from nowhere and took my plate to my table for me, ensured I received all sorts of things I required (drinks, cutlery, etc) and kept my chair for me. All the staff here are positive and smiley and mega helpful at all times in a way that makes you feel extremely comfortable about it. Since it’s a very expensive and VIP hotel, you can’t go inside unless you have a reservation there. However, you can dine at their restaurant without a hotel room reservation.
Dubai Desert Safari
Dubai desert safari definitely should be in your Dubai trip itinerary. I spent noteworthy moments in the desert safari. Everything was ideal. The 4×4 ride through the desert was extraordinary. I also cherished the sand boarding and camel ride. Guys, make sure you go there as soon as you come to Dubai. I would certainly highly recommend this trip to everyone.
Probably the greatest mosques that I have been to in a while. It is not only creatively developed, many experts have designed it extremely well in operating likewise. An ideal spot to have a small nikkah ceremony with a few family members and friends. It’s nice to see that the government is investing this much in mosques as well. The best part of this mosques is that you don’t need to be a Muslim to go there. However, you must follow Jumeirah Mosque’s dress code – it’s necessary.
It is pretty much the eighth wonder on the planet. Your journey to Dubai is unfinished without having a visit to Burj Khalifa. My praise to the Prince. He’s a blessing to mankind. He’s created a hundred tens of thousands of job opportunities employing staffs from around the globe to deal with this tallest tower in the world and its bordering parks and the Dubai Mall. Remarkable structure. A piece of precious art. The washrooms are nice and clean, neat and well-maintained at all times. Come at sunset but be sure you scope out a good area by the windows in advance. The lift ride up is flawless and so quick – it’s quite extraordinary. There’s also a gift shop at the top. Dubai city view at the top is very attractive.
Have you been to Dubai? What do you suggest to see in Dubai for one day? Share with us your experience in the comments below!
About the author:
Shedi is a fresh travel blogger based in Dubai. His purpose of life to visit as much as he can. He has been living in Dubai for the last 3 years. You can read more about him on this blog here Dubai Travel Adventure
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