Introduction of some Dubai attractions
Dubai is the second largest emirate of the UAE. In addition to the capital city of Dubai, there are also Jebel Ali Free Zone and Hatta Town. Dubai has the world's first seven-star hotel, the world's tallest building Burj Khalifa (Burj Khalifa) and other buildings. It is becoming a paradise for the world's top architects. Its oil and important trading port status have brought Dubai Huge wealth, now it has become synonymous with luxury.
Located in the ancient Al-Faheidi castle northeast of Bur Dubai
The National Museum is one of the few attractions in Dubai that offers local historical relics. It was built in 1798 and officially established as the Dubai National Museum in 1971. Formerly a fort, it was once a royal palace, a fortress and an ancient fort. It is the oldest building in Dubai. The museum also has an ancient market on the ground floor that is the same size as the actual size. The lifelike blacksmiths, jewelers and tailors make it more like an art museum that shows the traditional Arabian style.
Golden Street and Spice Market
Located in Deira, north of the city
In the narrow alleys of Dubai, there are hidden Dubai's famous Golden Street, which is more like an antique bazaar. There are hundreds of shops in Golden Street, and there are many kinds of gold jewelry and various styles. There is also a spice market adjacent to Golden Street, where you can buy some local seasonings, such as cardamom, red pepper, cinnamon, cheese, etc., all in ounces or tons.
Located on Jumeirah Road, opposite the Palm Strip
Among the more than 1,000 mosques in the city, the Jumeirah Mosque is recognized by the local people as one of the largest and most beautiful mosques, and it is also one of the landmarks of Dubai. The Jumeirah Mosque, built in accordance with the architectural traditions of the Fatimid dynasty in the Middle Ages, is a glorious example of modern Islamic architecture. Its white exterior walls and exquisite carvings make it not only a place of prayer for Muslims, but also attract countless photographs. Enthusiasts come to shoot. It is worth mentioning that the Jumeirah Mosque provides guided tours, visitors can learn the correct worship rituals.
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Located at 1 Emaar Boulevard
The Burj Khalifa was originally called Burj Khalifa, also known as Dubai Tower or Bis Burj. It has 162 floors and a total height of 818 meters. Construction began on September 21, 2004, and was completed and commissioned on January 4, 2010, at a total cost of approximately US$8 billion. The Burj Khalifa project was designed by American architect Adrian Smith and implemented by South Korea’s Samsung Company. The exterior of the building has a space age style and is composed of connected tubular towers. The 37th floor and below are hotels, the 45th to 108th floors are apartments, and the 123rd floor is an observation deck overlooking the entire Dubai city.