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Which are the most famous landmarks in Dubai?

The most famous landmarks in Dubai are the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Frame, Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Creek, Dubai Mall, La Mer, and Al Seef Street among many others. Here are the ones to look out for:
  • Burj Khalifa: The tallest building in the world needs no introduction. Towering over the city's skyline at 830 m, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai hosts the world's highest observations decks: at Levels 124 & 125 (At The Top) and Level 148 (At The Top SKY).
  • Dubai Frame: Explore Dubai's past, present and future from 150 m above ground at the Dubai Frame. Head to the top and discover sweeping views of the city's historic as well as cosmopolitan side.
  • Burj Al Arab: No monument symbolizes Dubai better than the Burj Al Arab. A luxurious 7-star hotel uniquely shaped like a boat's sail, Burj Al Arab is a resort, commercial space, entertainment venue, and fine dining location.
  • Palm Jumeirah: An architectural wonder in Dubai, the Palm Jumeirah is a massive island, designed to symbolize a palm tree. It is home to 5-star restaurants, beautiful beaches and resorts, top-tier brands, and more.
  • Dubai Mall: It is no surprise that the world's largest mall is in Dubai. Visitors are sure to be spoilt for choice here with its unlimited shopping stores, top-class dining, endless entertainment options and more.

What are 5 must-visit landmarks in Dubai?

The must-visit landmarks in Dubai are:
  • Burj Khalifa
  • Dubai Frame
  • Burj Al Arab
  • Palm Jumeirah
  • Dubai Creek

What are some popular historic landmarks in Dubai?

Some popular historic landmarks that are a must-visit while in Dubai are:
  • Dubai Museum: The oldest existing museum in Dubai, opened by the Ruler of Dubai in 1971 and displays the eccentric traditional way of life in the Emirate of Dubai.
  • Al Fahidi Street: The street has been one of the oldest markets of Dubai, today it is the best place to go night shopping under the neon lights.
  • Hatta Heritage Village: Now restored into a modern-day resort, the village is located in the Hajar Mountains and is home to a defensive tower, stone houses with palm-frond roofs, and falaj, the traditional water system.
  • Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization: Built by Saeed bin Mohammed Al Shamsi in 2008, the museum is located in the heart of Sharjah, with Al-Majarrah Waterfront, displays thousands of unique artifacts from Islamic civilization from 7 AD to 20 AD.
  • Qasr Al Hosn: The oldest stone building in Abu Dhabi is a historic landmark reopened as a museum with artifacts back to 6000 BC.

Which is the oldest landmark in Dubai?

Al Fahidi Fort is considered to the oldest landmark in the city, constructed sometime during the late 1700s. It was converted into the Dubai Museum in 1971 and is one of city's most-visited museums.

Which is the most visited landmark in Dubai?

Of all the famous landmarks in Dubai, the most-visited one is arguably the Burj Khalifa.
This towering landmark hosts the world's highest observation decks on two two levels: Burj Khalifa At The Top, which includes Levels 124 & 125, and At The Top SKY, which is at Level 148. Guests can visit the observation decks on the 124th, 125th, or 148th floors and soak in the city's landscape. Moreover, Burj Khalifa also hosts several fine-dining restaurants, commercial offices, and more.

What are some underrated landmarks in Dubai?

Outside the popularity of landmarks such as Burj Khalifa and Dubai Frame, Dubai is home to several underrated landmarks. Visit the JBR Walk, Love Lake, Naif Market, Dragon Mart, Basktakia Quarters, and more.
  • JBR Walk: Located in Jumeirah, the Walk is a long stretch along the coast of the city that is dotted with cafes, restaurants, high-rise towers and more. The sunsets here are absolutely spectacular.
  • Love Lake: Immerse yourself in nature at Love Lake in Dubai. A gentle oasis, is it not just home to a clear, clean lake, but also to a wide variety of trees, plants, birds, and more.
  • Naif Market: If you're looking for authentic Arabian goods, Naif Market is the place to go. It is packed with herbs and spices, leather goods, and clothing, along with electronics and textiles.
  • Dragon Mart: Across a massive space of 150,000 sq. m., Dragon Mart is a one-stop destination for almost everything under the sun. From furniture, curtains, and home equipment to machinery, fashion, sports accessories, you'll find everything here across 4,000+ stores.
  • Basktakia Quarters: Familiarize yourself with the city's history and culture by walking along the olden Basktakia Quarters. Visit museums and galleries, admire the old architecture, sip on local tea, and more here.

Which landmarks in Dubai have free entry?

There are plenty of free things to do in Dubai. The top options are JBR (Jumeirah Beach Residence), the Dubai Mall & Dubai Fountain, La Mer, Madinat Jumeirah Souq, Al Seef Village, City Walk, Palm Jumeirah, Al Qudra Lake, Spice Souq, and many more.

Is skip-the-line tickets available for landmarks in Dubai?

Yes, almost all popular attractions in Dubai offer skip-the-line entry to visitors. This will help you bypass the long waiting lines, save time, and get priority entry into the landmark of your choice. Enjoy skip-the-line entry with Burj Khalifa tickets, Dubai Frame tickets, The View At The Palm tickets, and more.

Are popular landmarks in Dubai included in the city pass?

Most city passes in Dubai offer entry to several top attractions around. The Dubai Explorers Pass allows you to customize your experience and visit 3/4/5/7 top attractions in the city and offers discounts on dining, shopping, transport, and entertainment. The Go Dubai Multi-Day Pass allows you to take a step ahead and customize your itinerary: choose to visit about 30 different attractions over the course of 2/3/4/5/7 days and explore the best of the city.

What's the best way to cover all major landmarks in Dubai?

These are a few hacks to make sure you don't miss out on important landmarks in Dubai.
  • Find a combo ticket: Usually, combo tickets include admission to two or more popular landmarks at a lower price than booking individual tickets.
  • Opt for a city pass: If you have limited time in Dubai, it's best to get a city pass. Within a time period of your choosing, say 3 days, you can customize your travel and choose which attractions, restaurants, entertainment options you want to visit or explore.
  • Get a NOL card to quickly, conveniently use public transport in UAE: Dubai's metros and buses are well-connected to most landmarks in the city. Purchase and top up your Dubai NOL card to get to any part of the city by public transport.
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