Dubai is a must destination for thousands of the rich and famous but also millions of mortals who want to feel like a VIP to this Disneyland for adults which just in 40 kilometers of luxury encapsulates countless malls, gourmet restaurants with awesome heavy signatures, luxurious hotels and nights with the elite global DJs. With wildly brand new projects nearing completion, as the complex of artificial islands in the shape of a palm, that resembles the map having roles in islets countries, Dubai continues to serve the irrepressible extravaganza.
Climb with normal lift on top of an artificial ski resort after diving for a meal at underwater restaurant. Beamed in just one minute on top of the tallest building in the world just before the stop time enjoying a meal at Duria leisurely river that crosses the city. The sky looks really is the limit and even this can be approached as wandering ballooning over the desert that abuts the mall last section. Anyone who considers building sand castle futile definitely not come to Dubai.
Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world brings you 828 meters closer to heaven, while the doors to the 160 floors opened in January 2010, after just six years of intensive work. In this complex of offices and residential works for a while the super elegant Armani Hotel, insignia luxurious rooms decorated by well known designer, a huge spa and nine gourmet restaurants.
The tourist appeal of the building is certainly the 124th floor observatory and futuristic elevator that shoots as there a speed of 10 meters per second. Make your reservation online to avoid the queues and the most expensive ticket at the door.
The best time to visit Dubai starts in November. By March temperatures are relatively mild with a peak in January to February the city is the frenzy of the Dubai Shopping Festival at crazy discounts, street events, blazing fireworks and prize raffles with the Porsche of your dreams. The summer hotel prices plummet but comfortable temperatures reach 50 degrees, while in July the religious fasting Ramadan prohibits all, including tourists, all kinds of activities in the light of the sun.
By Nicole P.