Hidden treasures in Dubai – Dubai is one of those magical places that sits at the top of every traveler’s must-see list. It’s a playground for children and adults alike that continues to get more exciting every day. The tourism centre of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai has been working hard to shed its image of a travel destination for the exclusively rich and famous.
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Today, Dubai opens up for people of all culture, nationality, and social status. It’s a magnificent metropolis that combines state-of-the-art building structure with Old Town charm, natural beauty with cosmetic creations, and the oriental with the occidental.
Finding information about this lush city is no challenge, but it’s easy to get tired of the mainstream restaurants and supermalls – over 70 of them, in fact! Every day of the week you can find skydiving, skiing, surfing, racing, gambling, eating, drinking, dancing, and clubbing. If you can think it up, it exists in Dubai. Whether you’re visiting for a year or just a few hours of layover, you definitely want to make the most of your experience. But with so much choice, it’s easy to lose track of time, energy and money. Not to worry! We’ve checked with the best and created the ideal travel list for you to check off. For a more authentic Arabian experience, here’s a list of 12 of the most beautiful, fascinating, and exotic gems hidden within the city of Dubai.
12. Burj Park
Located at the base of the tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa tower, Burj Park is the perfect location for an afternoon stroll through lush gardens. Pack a lunch for an impressive picnic or curl up with a book of Arabic poetry.
If a slow stroll isn’t really your style, you can rent a bicycle at the opening gates of the park. Taking a walk after dinner to see the Dubai Fountain lit up at night comes highly recommended. The park is easily accessible downtown Dubai and has free entry 24 hours a day. Pets aren’t allowed but the park is home to many different species of beautiful birds you can photograph. If you’re lucky, you’ll arrive just in time to take part in a live concert, an outdoor fashion show, or an exclusive gala dinner.