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UAE City Guide - Visiting UAE - Landmarks & Destinations In UAE
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Visiting places in UAE

  • Madinat Jumeirah

    The architecture of Madinat Jumeirah captures a glimpse of the past. Old styled wind towers, or badjeer, surround the complex from all corners. With dhows sailing alongside windows that are ornamented with old designs, the whole complex offers but a starting ambience. Madinat Jumeirah is one of the busiest attractions in Dubai in terms of room occupancy and diners. Its shopping kiosks, styled by the old souq, are an attraction for many.

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  • Mall of Arabia

    The mall of Arabia offers a unique lifestyle experience, given its vast ancient Middle Eastern style exterior housing coupled with best of international fashion brands, a 15-screen cinema, and a bowling alley, it is due to be one of the largest shopping malls in the world. The striking design features and a range of leisure and entertainment amenities make it a ‘must-see’ among Dubai attractions.

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  • Dubai Sports City

    The mixed-use sports city is located in the entertainment complex of Dubailand, and features apartments and modern stadiums and amenities. The Sports City incorporates world-class sporting venues, residential and commercial properties, and related amenities such as schools, hotels, entertainment outlets, medical and retail amenities.

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  • Dubai Internet City

    The Dubai Internet City is an information technology park established by the government of Dubai, created as a free economic zone, and is the ideal base for companies aiming regional emerging markets. The Dubai Internet City has more than one and a half million square feet of prime commercial office space, with several global information technology companies, including Microsoft, Oracle Corporation, IBM, Cisco, Sun Microsystems, Nokia, Cognizant, Sun Microsystems and Siemens.

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  • The World

    The World is a landmark project for future eco-tourism projects worldwide. It is a collection of 300 manmade islands located off the Dubai coast, and created from sand scoured from the sea. The islands are shaped into various countries and continents, and an individual island can be shaped into an epitome of personal or corporate luxury. The private artificial islands are divided into four categories, such as private homes, dream resorts, estate homes and community islands.

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  • Dubailand

    Dubailand is a major real estate, tourism, hospitality, retail, leisure and entertainment complex, covering more than 3bn square feet in area. Being managed by the Dubai Government’s Dubai development and Investment Authority (DDIA), it is a leading tourist destination for Middle East.

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  • Palm Triology

    The Palm Triology in Dubai is a good example of an ideal luxurious lifestyle destination. The trademarks of man-made islands resembling a palm are evident, even when viewed from atop. The Palm Trilogy comprises of the Palm Jebel Ali, the Palm Deira and the Palm Jumeirah.

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  • Dubai Marina

    Being one of the largest manmade marinas in the world, the Dubai Marina is located close to the heart of ‘New Dubai’ and is connected to the Jebel Ali Port, Dubai Internet City, Dubai Media City and the American University in Dubai.

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  • Deira Clock Tower

    The Clock Tower in Deira, built in 1963, is also known as the Dubai Clocktower. Located in Deira of eastern Dubai, along the intersection of Umm Hurair Road and Al Maktoum Road, at the Al Rigga locality, the clocktower is a major monument in Deira, offering access to the Al Maktoum Bridge, the first land crossing constructed between Bur Dubai and Deira.

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  • Burj Al Arab

    It is an iconic symbol of Dubai and one of the famous tourist landmarks in the region. Being, a hotel, the Burj Al Arab was unveiled in 1999, and has established its presence as a leading five star hotel built on an artificial island, with a sail-shaped build, of 321m in height. It is an extraordinary building with superb interior décor, and has a sky-view bar offering amazing views.

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