With three theme parks and one waterpark, Dubai Parks and Resorts offers visitors a thrilling experience like no other in the region. The park is offering more than 100 indoor and outdoor rides for all ages. The attractions are split into different theme parks; Motiongate Dubai, Bollywood Parks Dubai, Legoland Dubai, and Legoland Water Park.…
At the heart of the old city lies the Creek, a wide saltwater inlet which divides the two main city-centre districts of Bur Dubai and Deira and provides a scenic thoroughfare for traditional wooden dhows, abras (water taxis) and the occasional ship.
Located in the shadows of the iconic Burj Al Arab, Wild Wadi Waterpark continues to offer gravity-defying thrills and awesome spills. You can enjoy 30 rides and attractions, including the Wipeout and Riptide Flowriders surfing experiences.
Mall of the Emirates opened in september 2005 and was immediately named the World’s Leading New Shopping Mall at the World Travel Awards show in London.
The massive expansion of The Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination has commenced in preparation to welcome over 100 million annual visitors to the mall. The construction area of the expansion is approximately 275,308 sqm, and will extend the existing Fashion Avenue.
The result of five years of planning and land reclamation, The Palm, Jumeirah lies just off Dubai’s coastline. The Palm, Jumeirah measures 5km², has created 560ha of land and has added 78.6km to the country’s 72km coastline.
The Jumeirah Corniche, stretching 14km across six residential communities in Dubai is completed. Known as the Jumeirah Corniche Development Project, the corniche is the longest in the emirate and will be linked with the Dubai Canal Project.