The Palm Jumeirah
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A destination unto itself, comprised of two world-class resorts, Atlantis Aquaventure, Dolphin Bay, The Lost Chambers Aquarium and an unrivalled culinary collection, Atlantis Dubai is where unique memories are made.
One of a kind man made palm island. explore multiple dining and shopping options on this island
Known as th 7th wonder of the world. Palm shaped district build over the sea.
a Must see ! go to walk on the corniche and stop in one of their restaurants on the beach
Because they made an artificial island in the shape of a palm tree! And it's one of the most expensive places on earth to live in.
Einzigartige Aktivitäten in der Umgebung
Unterkünfte in der Nähe
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“The Burj Khalifa is one of the icons of Dubai and it can be conveniently accessed when you go outside the mall. You will see it in it’s full glory and just admire it up close. If you have the chance to go at the top of the tower (with a fee), you can enjoy unparalleled panoramas of the city and Arabian Desert. Likewise, this area of the mall allows you to take a thrilling high-speed ride in one of the fastest elevators in the world.”
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“Dubai Marina Mall is a shopping mall located in the center of Dubai Marina and is one of the main shopping malls in Dubai. It features 140 retail outlets, spread over 390,000 sq ft of gross leasable space, making it one of the largest shopping malls in Dubai”
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“You will feel nostalgic when you go there.It is old dubai where you can get very good items to shop”
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“The Dubai Fountain is the world's largest choreographed fountain system. It is set on the 12 hectare manmade Burj Khalifa Lake, at the center of the Downtown Dubai development in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.”
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“This clean, wonderful beach area has plenty of facilities, including showers, toilets and changing rooms housed in distinctive panelled pods. Kids can keep cool in a splash zone, and there's even an outdoor gym for exercise! Since it's right next to The Beach at JBR and The Walk at JBR, there's no shortage of food and drink outlets, although alcohol is only available in the hotels.Paralleling the beachfront for about 1km, The Beach at JBR is an open-plan cluster of low-lying, urban-style buildings wrapped around breezy plazas. Hugely popular with families on weekends, it mixes cafes and upmarket shops with a lively waterfront fun zone complete with a kiddie splash park, an outdoor gym, a crafts market and other diversions. A beach club rents out sunloungers, or you can spread your towel just about anywhere for free.”
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