by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Photo courtesy of Jumeirah International
The grand sailboat-shaped structure claims to be the world’s tallest hotel at 1,053 feet.
Take a journey to explore vast stretches of sand.
Burj Al Arab
The grand structure claims to be the world’s tallest hotel.
Burj Khalifa Observation Deck
View Dubai from the world’s tallest tower.
Grand Jumeirah Mosque
Visit the only mosque in Dubai that is open to the public.
Hatta Heritage Village
The village provides a window into the 16th century.
Hatta Rock Pools
The Hatta Rock Pools are an hour's drive from the city.
Take a 45-minute aerial tour on a seaplane.
Enjoy real snow in this desert playground year-round.
The Pavilion Dive Centre
The Pavilion Dive Centre offers certified PADI classes.
Wild Wadi Waterpark
The waterpark is the only themed amusement park in the UAE.
"Dubai reflects the third millennium that has just started, and will continue by proposing new expressions that can change the habits of the world." —Roberto Cavalli
FEATURED // Burj Al Arab
FEATURED // Neos
FEATURED // 101 Dining Lounge and Bar
FEATURED // Spice Souk
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