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4 Places to Look out for This 2018 in DUBAI

Dubai is one of the 10 most visited places in the Globe. Very famous for it’s high-rising architectural wonders with exotic collection of resorts and spas. A place that is known for its beautiful buildings and today for the super amazing, Burj Khalifa. This city never stops growing and blossoming. It is on a rapid rise building futuristic towers as well as fascinating attractions. This list of tourist sites that I have put together, is a list of latest Wonderful Tourist site you shouldn’t miss going to next time you visit Dubai where you can find a lot of fun things to do with aesthetic views. Surely, it is a vacation experience taken to a whole other level, with the world’s Tallest Buildings, largest gardens and markets; a fun-filled entertaining venue encompassed with a variety of cultural shows; indoor aquatic world and many more. You should look through the following Tourist sites for new experiences if you’re a frequent visitor. And an addition to your dream sites for intending visitors.

4 PLACES YOU SHOULD VISIT NEXT TIME YOU’RE IN    DUBAI

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ALADDIN CITY

This building is designed to look like the “Magic lamp” in Aladdin’s story. The walkways and bridges are patterned after dragons & snakes. With the inside air-conditioned and moving floors. The parking space has the ability to contain 900 cars. This wonderful city includes the following features; 3 towers, Bridges & Walkways, great parking area, Numerous Hotels & Offices.These offices and hotels are found in the three towers, all together 34,26,25 storeys respectively. These towers cover a distance of 450 meters along Dubai Creek. This site is simply amazing with its Disney land format a great place for a relaxing and exciting vacation.

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BlueWaters Island

With an exclusive selection of premium apartments, penthouses, and townhouses available for the very first time, Bluewaters is a modern, family-oriented island destination with a pioneering spirit that blends waterfront living with the exhilaration of urban city life.A colourful beacon adorning Dubai’s spectacular coastline and skyline, residences offer those seeking a new life in the city a culture and an experience that extends beyond the home, not to mention unrivalled views of the world’s largest observation wheel – Ain Dubai.Bluewaters will also be a shoppers’ paradise with close to 200 retail and dining concepts, connected to the shore by a multi-mode transport system providing ease of access to and from the island.A purpose built bridge connects the island with Sheikh Zayed Road, while automated vehicles will transport passengers to Bluewaters from Dubai Metro’s Nakheel Harbour and Towers station.

A leisurely walk across a 265-metre pedestrian bridge leads to even more experiences at The beach.

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Mohammed bin Rashid Library

This is the World’s largest library, overlooking Dubai Creek. The Mohammed Bin Rashid Library was just recently launched early this 2018 . It aims to contribute to the knowledge revolution. Book lovers in the Dubai will not only have a favorite place to be but also looks great too.So, if you find books fascinating this got you covered. In this larger-than-life 7-storey library, houses 4.5 million prints, audio and electronic books.

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DUBAI FRAME

The Dubai Frame is the biggest Picture frame in the world, with some of the iconic views in the UAE. It is located at Gate 4 of Zabeel Park. This location was chosen because it’s close to the heart of the city, with uninterrupted views over both old and new Dubai. There’s plenty of parking around the park, or the closest metro station is Al Jafiliya on the red line. Dubai Frame is open daily from 9am to 9pm. You can purchase tickets at the gate (in the coming weeks you’ll be able to book tickets online or using an app, but right now it’s the old-fashioned way using paper tickets). Tickets cost Dhs50 for adults, Dhs20 for children, with free entry for children under three and disabled visitors. Before you enter Dubai Frame, you have to go through a quick security check. If you have luggage or large bags, there’s an area at reception where you can store these. The first thing you’ll see is the “Dubai Frame Exhibition”, which tells the story of how Dubai Frame came to be. You’ll then be guided through a mysterious curtain of mist. On the other side is a neat little museum – the “Past Dubai Gallery” – which shows the Dubai of yesteryear using projections and multimedia displays. It’s a very cool, immersive experience (but no photography is allowed at this point). Once you’ve walked through the museum, you’ll be asked to wait for the next available elevator, which will whizz you up 48 floors in 75 seconds. The elevator features a glass panel, so you can watch the views unfold as you get closer to the top. The top of Dubai Frame is a spacious viewing gallery, from which you can see the gleaming skyscrapers of Downtown to the south, and the low-rises of Deira and Dubai Creek to the north. There are touchscreen displays that show you exactly what you’re looking at, pointing out some of the city’s most important landmarks.

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