1. PALM ISLAND – The modern wonders :
The palm islands are artificial islands in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on which healthy commercial and residential infrastructure will be constructed. Each settlement will be in shape of a palm tree, topped and marked by an increase, and will have a large number of residential, ease and entertainment centers.
2. DUBAI MUSEUM :
Al Fahidi Fort, which was set up around 1787 to defend the city against invasion, the museum’s diverse collection of exhibits offers a fascinating insight into the rich history and cultural heritage.
3. SHEIKH SAEED’S PALACE :
Enter the official residence of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai. It has a infrequent collection of historic photographs, coins, stamps, and documents that indicate Dubai’s history.
4. HATTA AND WADI HATTA HERITAGE VILLAGE :
Nestled among the Hajjar Mountains, neglecting a fertile oasis, the 16th century Hatta village provides a fine example of traditional style heritage architecture. During back 400 years, it consists of two watchtowers, a mosque and houses built of stone, mud, reeds, and palm tree trunks.
5. DESERT SAFARI :
Desert trip gives you an occasion to see the Golden sand Dunes of Arabia in 4 wheel drives where you experience the thrill of a life time roller coaster ride on the sand dunes.
6. DHOW CRUISE :
Discover the true beauty of Dubai while abroad a traditionally decorated wooden dhow, as it sails along the Dubai bay under the moonlight. Experience the night view of Bur Dubai as well as Diera Dubai.
7. WILD WADI WATER PARK :
Wild Wadi Water Park is a water theme park located in the city of Dubai. It is situated along the Jumeirah Beach Road. This water park was proposed like oasis with characteristics from Arabian folklore and has rides and attractions, many of which are mutually joined.