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Attractions Overview of Dubai
Dubai, located in the middle of the Arabian Peninsula, the southern shore of the Arabian Gulf, is the center of the Gulf region. Across the sea from the South Asian subcontinent, adjacent to Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Dubai is an Arab country, the state religion is Islam, an area of about 4114 square kilometers, Dubai city is divided into 9 locations, there are 132 communities, as of June 2020, the population of about 3,392,408 people. The official language of Dubai is Arabic. Dubai is the economic and financial center of the Middle East, one of the global international financial centers, known as the "trade capital" of the Middle East and North Africa region. In November 2018, the World Cities Ranking was released and Dubai was selected as an Alpha+ city.
There has been human activity in Dubai since the third century BC. There are records of villages in Dubai from 1799. Now Dubai is famous for contemporary sightseeing attractions such as the Burj Khalifa (the world's tallest building) and shopping malls that come complete with mammoth aquariums and indoor ski slopes. But this city has many cultural highlights and things to do, as well as all the glamorous modern add-ons. Take a wander around the Al Fahidi quarter, and you'll discover the Dubai of old, then cruise along Dubai Creek in a traditional dhow, and you'll soon realize there's more to this city than its flashy veneer.
A large number of Dubai markets are concentrated in Deira area, and the sailing marina is also in this area. Baniyas Sq square is located in the center of Deira area. Rigga snack street, sailing terminal, and gold market are all located in this area, and many markets are concentrated in this area. Near the bay, Deira is beautiful at night, and a walk here at dusk is a great experience. Bur Dubai also gathers some lively markets in Dubai. Bur Dubai has two historical blocks, Bastakiya and Shindagha. Although the buildings in the entire block are relatively old and dilapidated, you can find the most simple and honest here. Untouched historical monuments, with a unique charm unmatched by any other area, and like Deira, it is a great place for shopping and evening walks. Jumeirah is the most beautiful seaside resort in Dubai. The famous Burj Al Arab is built on Jumeirah Beach. It is a symbol of Dubai and a building that must be seen. In Jumeirah, you can spend a few days soaking up the sunshine in Dubai, feeling the breath of the ocean and having a leisurely vacation. In addition to visiting the Burj Al Arab, another must-do in Jumeirah is to visit the Jumeirah Mosque. This mosque is breathtakingly beautiful at night. You must not miss the scenery.