Be truthful, how many times have you stopped and thought, “why is everyone talking about Dubai?” Believe or not, I think about it all the time.
I know there are other unique and fascinating locations in the world to visit.
As a tourist, I know what you want is to have a memorable experience when travelling, whether you are a cultural enthusiast, an historian, a lover of the late night or an outdoor die-hard.
However, there is only one destination that can cater to all, and that place is Dubai.
I this article I am going to share with you reasons why I love Dubai and you should too!
Here are reasons why I love Dubai and you should too!
One of the main reasons why I love Dubai is the city’s sheer diversity. Dubai is a city of immigrants and you are not limited either by your religion, language or background. And that is one of the success stories of Dubai.
If you are a culture addict, then the surroundings found in Dubai are for you.
There are many avenues to celebrate the Arabic culture, as you can attend local events and national festivals that showcase the rich heritage of Dubai.
Dubai is full of history. You can travel around town and explore a number of historical sites, which date back to over 200 years ago.
Many travel from long distances to attend seminars, conferences or visit the various museums around town to learn more about the long and immediate history of the people and the city of Dubai.
Dubai is a thriving, modern city, but it also has an abundance of natural beauty.
You can travel from any part of the city to the desert, and encounter a colourful garden bed that will stop you in your tracks. Breathtaking scenery is the norm when travelling around Dubai.
Dubai has plenty of options for family and outdoor fun, as no member of the family will be disappointed with the attractions available.
You can enjoy a stroll in a beautiful park while your family challenge their athletic ability on the numerous public fields and courts.
Do you want to spend an afternoon relaxing at the beach? Dubai offers several miles of white sand beaches, as the most popular choice is Jumeirah Beach Park. Hikers can enjoy a challenging afternoon battling one of Dubai’s most famous man-made islands, Palm Jumeirah, which is shaped like a palm tree jutting out into the Gulf.
The weather is another reason to love Dubai, especially if you are a fan of the desert climate. Your days will are filled with the sunshine and very little rain. The beach is always a favourite place.
Winters see average temperatures in the mid-70s, with the waters of the Gulf staying about the same; it is a temperate alternative to frigid winter temperatures! Visiting the natural desert or taking in a round of golf in winter are equally desirable in Dubai!
From an architectural perspective, Dubai is home to the most exquisite structures in the world, as you can witness the world’s tallest hotel in the Burj Al Arab and the world’s tallest freestanding building in the Burj Khalifa.
Everyone must walk through the Dubai Mall at least once in their lifetime, as it’s a staggering 12.1 million square feet of shops, stores and other entertainment attractions that cater to the interest of the locals and visitors from all around the world.