You can't miss Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building towering 828 meters above Downtown Dubai. High-speed elevators whizz you up to the observation deck on Level 124, where time-travel telescopes offer a glimpse of what Dubai once looked like.
The contrast between 21st-century Dubai and the surrounding ancient desert is jaw-dropping, and no visit is complete without taking a jeep safari across the dunes. For the best experience go in the evening and watch the sun sink into the sand.
With three lines, the Dubai Metro offers visitors easy access to the city. You can catch the Red Line at Emirates Towers Station and travel in just a few minutes to Dubai International Airport, Mall of the Emirates, Burj Khalifa and the huge Dubai Mall.
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Strolling through the Gold Souk and haggling over the price of some item that catches your eye – is the quintessential Dubai experience. Close to the souk, you can catch an abra water taxi for a ride across Dubai Creek.
Bargain-hunters and fashion trendsetters should visit during one of Dubai's major seasonal retail events. Top designer items become irresistibly affordable during the Shopping Festival in February and Summer Surprises in June-July.
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