Dubai Sight seeing with VIP Express Tourism Limited!
There is so much more to Dubai’s buildings being the tallest in the world! You can skydive from a man-made island, swim with sharks, ski down a snowy mountain in the middle of the desert, and marvel at sparkling jewels in the souks. Dubai is a city that must be seen to be believed!
If Sightseeing in Dubai is your dream break-away then the VIP Express Tourism Limited’s Dubai Special Package is for you. The package, for two people sharing includes return flights from Nairobi, return airport transfers, a Dubai Traditional City tour, five nights at the Golden Sands Apartments including breakfast! The Dubai Special Package runs from July to September 2018.
VIP Express Tourism Limited’s Dubai Special Package suggests some top places for your ultimate sightseeing.
Standing 828 metres high, the Burj Khalifa is hard to miss. The world’s tallest tower dominates the Dubai skyline, but the true majesty of the building is best appreciated up close or, even better, from inside. On a clear day, the view from the observation deck is absolutely stunning.
From a modest fishing village Dubai Creek was transformed into a city hub of beautiful skylines and rich culture that makes up the city’s evolution through time. Dubai is famous for the glitz and glamour of its sky-high towers, but the real heart of the city is the ancient trade routes called the Dubai Creek. The saltwater estuary is the original site where the Bani Yas tribe settled, its waters were vital for what used to be Dubai’s main form of economy, pearl diving and fishing. Today, the area is awash with the history of the country. The Creek is home to the Dubai Museum and intricate alleyways of the gold, spice and textile souks. At the Creek, a ride across the water on a traditional abra is a must; this is one of the best tourist attractions in the city.
At Jumairah area, the Burj Al Arab is an art centre, you can cross the new Canal, stop for a snapshot at the Grand Mosque of Jumeirah the historic district of Bastakyia and discover the Dubai Ruler Palace before ending at Burj Khalifa and Dubaimalll, the ultimate journey to the top of Burj Khalifa. The magical historic old district of Bastakyia houses the Dubai museum located in the ancient fortress of Al-fahidi which dates back 200 years. A visit to the museum of Dubai is highly recommended; you can splurge on a golden souvenir and sample exotic spices.
Al Fahidi in Bur Dubai is one of the oldest historical neighbourhoods in the city. This tour is best done walking. The area offers a nostalgic view of a past era with traditional wind towers and a maze of winding alleyways. You can visit heritage sites and guided mosque visits to appreciate the local culture.
Dubai Water Canal is a 3.2km long waterway extending from the Creek in Old Dubai before finding its way to the Arabian Gulf. Dubai Canal boasts 80,000 sqm of waterfront public space facilities and includes recreational areas like a running track and cycling path. The canal’s beautiful waterfall can be viewed from Old Dubai and some of the newest hotels. The Entrance is a series of restaurants situated at the canal’s waterfront.
Dubai Frame known as a tale of two cities is one of the city’s skylines that represents a remarkable engineering feat. Situated in Dubai’s Zabeel Park, directly between old and new Dubai, the towering structure offers sweeping panoramic views of the city from 150m high. One of its most amazing features is the state-of-the-art clear glass bridge connecting parallel vertical towers to create the shape of a picture frame. The Dubai Frame is a must-see attraction for visitors. Take the opportunity to discover the Zabeel Park area and the Rulers of Dubai Palaces.