Posts Tagged ‘Burj Dubai’
Visiting Dubai, United Arab Emirates is one of the main focuses of tourist life (other than shopping) is the beach. The waters of the UAE, although definitely more cloudy in recent years due to heavy coastal construction, are still, for those from less torrid climes, remarkably warm, clean, and beautiful. There are long stretches of white-sand beaches, ranging from completely undeveloped to highly touristed (even in cities like Dubai). The snorkeling and diving can be magnificent, especially along the eastern (Indian Ocean) coast. Vast swaths of desert stretch to the south of the major urban areas, offering dramatic views and terrifying rides in fast-driven safaris. The mountains are dramatic, steep rocky crags, and a visit to the town is well rewarded with amazing views. Women wearing bathing suits will draw unwanted attention at the public beaches; it is advisable to pay for a one-day entry pass to a private beach at a hotel.
You can choose Dubai hotels with Cheaper price for stay when visiting in Dubai, there is an impressive number of super-luxury hotels, most notably the sail-shaped Burj al-Arab (Tower of the Arabs), a Dubai landmark popularly known as a “7-star hotel” — a nonexistent category, but still opulent by any standard. The Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi also aspires to the same standards, at a fraction of the price.
Do not miss to visit the Burj Khalifa to begin your Dubai sightseeing with Burj Dubai – the world’s tallest tower, renamed as Burj Khalifa skyscraper that stretches over 800 metres in height is a world-class destination and the magnificent centerpiece of Downtown Dubai, Dubai’s new urban masterpiece. The world’s tallest building is surrounded by Bur Dubai hotels, must-visit shopping destinations and a world of entertainment options. And Rose Rayhaan which is certified as the tallest hotel in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records. Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, is a soaring 72 floor tower structure, 333 metres high and offers 482 rooms.