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Top 5 Places to Visit in Dubai



Dubai is a city where it is impossible to get bored while spending time on the beach. Below are the top must-see places.

La Perle
An ingenious show - a cross between a circus, theatrical action, a water show and a laser show. All this on a grand scale, lively singing, unique gymnasts who walk upside down on the ceiling and dive from the ceiling into the pool in the middle of the stage, a waterfall splashing from the ceiling during the performance - in a word, everything that can make a full hall of adults, along with children, freeze for one and a half watch the touching story of the pearl develop for hours and with your mouth open.

La Mer
The newest beach, designed as a small town on the seashore - with an open car carrying on its own road, neatly laid between the numerous buildings of restaurants, cinemas and shops, many of which are present here and do not interfere with, but on the contrary, help marine procedures. There is also a small water park where both children and adults feel the same. By the way, you can rent a buggy in dubai, and explore the beautiful dunes around the city! It is very exciting, and at the same time attracts, because it is indescribable beauty.

Opera
We are accustomed to an opera located in a building with the most classical architectural style, but here on the contrary - the most modern high-tech style in a grandiose building for 2000 people, the shape of which is made in the style of an Arab ship - a dhow. And a unique restaurant for those who have come to join the art and do not mind a delicious meal.

Burj Khalifa
The tallest tower in the world, listed in the Guinness Book of Records. The excursion consists in raising to a height of more than a bird's eye view - to the 122nd floor, where there is an observation deck. The view from there opens up to the whole of Dubai, fabulous and beautiful. By the way, the construction of a tower has now begun in Dubai, the height of which should surpass the Burj Khalifa's own record.

Dubai Mall
The largest store in the world, as much as Dubai - with the word the most. It is easy to get lost in the many shops here, but modern technology comes to the rescue - an interactive map that allows you to determine the location and get the right route. There is a giant aquarium in Dubai Mall, during a visit to which you can see a stingray smiling as it swims over your head in a special glass structure and other underwater inhabitants. For lovers of interactive reality, there is a whole city in which you can hang out for the whole day, getting lost among the numerous attractions.










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Top 5 Places to Visit in Dubai




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