Amazing Things You Can Only Do In Dubai

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Dubai is a city that appears up to 150 times in the Guinness Book of Records. It has the tallest building in the world, the tallest restaurant in the world, the largest shopping center in the world . It is non-stop and also, it never ceases to surpass itself, even itself. We have traveled to this Emirate so different from other Arab countries to experience the most incredible experiences first hand.

CLIMB TO THE HIGHEST SKYSCRAPER IN THE WORLD (BEST WITH VIP PASS)

Wherever you look, the silhouette of the Burk Khalifa is always present in Dubai. It’s normal, the tallest building in the world is 828 meters high. After taking a photo at its feet, you have to go up to its viewpoints (access is through the Dubai Mall). 

Those on the 124th and 125th floors are the most requested, but the most exclusive is the entrance that leads to the 148th floor. And not only for the view but also because you don’t have to wait in lines, you enter through a VIP lounge and you can have a glass of champagne.

CLIMB IN ONE OF THE WORLD’S FASTEST ELEVATORS

Climbing more than 100 floors in 1 minute is also possible in Dubai. Its 57 high-speed elevators are capable of reaching its viewpoints traveling 10 meters per second. Does anyone give more? 

SHOPPING IN THE WORLD’S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER

The national sport in Dubai is to wander through its shopping centers and for this there is nothing better than the Dubai Mall, a true city in itself. This impressive and ostentatious shopping center located next to the Burj Khalifa is home to 1,200 stores from the most prestigious brands in the world. 

You can spend whole days without leaving it because in addition to boutiques, restaurants, and leisure spaces it has all kinds of attractions, from the Dubai Aquarium to the most complete original dinosaur skeleton in the world, an ice skating rink, a theme park of virtual reality and even a waterfall with jumpers falling into the void.

HELICOPTER FLYING OVER PALMERA ISLAND

Sheikh Zayed Road, the E11 highway, is the main artery in the city. It stretches from the roundabout of the World Trade Center (the first skyscraper to be built in Dubai) to Downtown Dubai and getting around it by taxi or subway allows you to contemplate the most futuristic city. 

More incredible is getting on a helicopter and looking at the jungle of skyscrapers and their icons: the Burj Khalifa, the Burj Al Arab hotel, the Downtown, Dubai Marina, the Palm Island, and the three hundred Islands of the World, which draw a world map on the water, his two most ‘crazy’ projects reserved for millionaires. 

CROSS A GLASS WALKWAY 150 METERS FROM THE GROUND

Dubai’s new attraction is called The Frame and it is one of the latest additions to the city’s skyline (waiting for the Santiago Calatrava building to arrive in 2020, which will then be the tallest in the world, with a thousand meters high). 

The Frame is a golden frame that shines especially at sunset and has a glass walkway 150 meters high that not everyone dares to cross looking at the emptiness underfoot.

TASTE THE GASTRONOMY OF THE WHOLE WORLD

Only 10 percent of those who live in Dubai are Emiratis, and that multicultural wealth also translates into the city’s gastronomic offer, with restaurants and chefs coming from all continents. Indian, Pakistani, French, Mexican .Any cuisine is present here and is made with the best products in the world. The most incredible thing is that none of them are local, because in Dubai the land is desert, and  it has one of the most beautiful Dubai Sightseeing Places 

DINING IN THE WORLD’S HIGHEST RESTAURANT

Among the wide selection of restaurants, there is one that, due to its location, is unique. It’s called Atmosphere and it’s on the 122nd floor of the Burj Khalifa, making it the tallest restaurant in the world. The experience of eating with those views is priceless. There is no better place to compromise. We were a witness.

LIVE AN ADVENTURE IN THE DESERT

The experience begins with a Dubai-style desert safari. First, the tour organizers cover you with a local-style turban to begin an adventure that begins at sunset and includes a journey through the dunes by jeep, camel rides, a bird display, henna paintings, and dinner in a tent at Traditional style set with traditional music. 

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