Filled with everything from impressive towering skyscrapers to humble mosques, Dubai is one of the most popular places to visit and prosperous cities in the Middle East. It’s also becoming one of the most popular places to visit in the world due to the amazing architecture and countless activities to see and do in the modern city. But what if you need a little more than architecture to consider a visit? Here are four great reasons to pack your bags and head for the city of Dubai in the near future.
There’s always something to see in Dubai, including world-famous events like the Dubai Marathon or the ever popular Dubai International Jazz Festival. Even if you don’t travel during a big event however, you’ll still have your pick of malls, museums, restaurants and theatres to go to. Sightseeing is also an activity that simpleyhas to be done if you’re in Dubai for a holiday. From the world’s tallest building (Burj Al Khalifa) to Dubai’s very own ice bar, there are so many activities for you to see and do. Dubai is a thriving city with all the attractions and entertainment you’d expect from any other city in the world with such a busy metropolis.
If you’ve never had roasted lamb in a soup of spices and camel milk, get yourself to Dubai for a taste experience you’ll never forget. You might also be interested in delicious and exotic cuisine like shawarma, matchbous and tabbouleh. You won’t want to miss the falafel, either! Forget about what’s sold in your local shops where you live. Falafel in Dubai is the real deal and you can immediately taste the difference. Don’t be afraid to try new foods that you haven’t eaten previously either. Ask locals about where the best places to eat are and take note of the places they mention!
3. Real Estate
Real estate in Dubai is great to rent or even own if you’re looking to buy permanently. Prices are low, and market value is high, so you can get a good return on your investment whether you’re expanding your business or just securing yourself a holiday home for future visits. Currency rates also ensure that you get more for your money than you would in London or New York. From flats for large houses, the property market in Dubai is increasing dramatically and this means there’s a wider range of real estate available.
The people of Dubai are some of the friendliest in the world. Not only is their city a melting pot of different races, religions and ethnicities, but also as citizens of a busy tourist destination, they’re quite used to giving directions and snapping photos for first-timers. Anyone and everyone are welcome in Dubai and the locals are happy to talk to you if you have any questions or queries about the area. These are just four of the many reasons to consider Dubai for your next holiday. If you don’t go, you’ll certainly miss out on the al harees!