Dubai has metamorphosed from an elfin fishing hamlet to an opulent travel haven. It has surpassed all the limits of human imagination with innovative designs and architecture. The vast stretches of golden sands have a nemesis in the city’s green spaces which lounge throughout the metropolis. The Dubai Parks and Resorts gives its vacationers a chance to glimpse Dubai as the eighth wonder of the world.
The Dubai Miracle Garden is a massive flower garden with floral imitations of iconic landmarks and figurines. The replica of the Emirates Airbus A380 in the garden is hard to miss. The beauty and elegance of butterflies are taken care of at the Dubai Butterfly Garden. Dubai has a vast coastline which is also famous as the Arabian Gulf has carved a niche for a la mode for many beach resorts.
The ünderwater suites with glass walls peeking into the aquarium have become a moniker at Atlantis The Palm. Experience the Asian seafood menu at Sea Fu at the incredible Four Seasons Resort. Burj Al Arab is the best hotel with an atrium at its core and an infinity pool which gives you a feel of the ocean with the solace of a pool. Dubai is the epitome of luxury, natural beauty, and architectural brilliance and a top bucket list odyssey.
1. Dubai Miracle Garden
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Besides Dubai Parks and Resorts make sure to visit this grandeur of beauty which is a multisensory experience. The garden covers an area of 72,000 square meters and around forty-five million flowers which embazael its visitors. It opened its heart filled with all pleasing and sweet fragrances on Valentine’s Day – the day of love.
The most displayed feature is the heart-shaped arch passage embellished with thousands of flowers and an ideal background for all those amorous pics. The most eye-catching replica is of the Emirates Airbus A 380 which was shaped with plants and flowers grown in the in-house nurseries. The two flower ladies are the most illustrious figures of the garden with open arms welcoming the skies and the dress is woven beautifully with pink and white flowers.
The sunflower field looks straight out of a Yash Raj movie and reminds you of the love of Raj and Simran. As you proceed you get more engrossed with the beauties that lie within the garden. You can book your miracle garden tickets now to explore this beautiful place.
2. La Mer
Snuggled between Pearl Jumeira and Jumeira Bay, La Mer extends from Jumeirah 1 into the sea with scenic views of the city’s skyline and the Arabian Gulf. Le Mer is the perfect spot to ease under palm trees or let the little ones have fun building castles in the sand. The fam jam fun time gets skyrocketed at the Laguna Water Park with WaveOz 180 which is a major attraction.
After all the excitement it’s time to relax at the cabanas offered by the waterpark. When hunger strikes hit the most tempting cafes and restaurants. The visitors can shop till they drop from boutique-lined up on the North and South of the Island. Get those selfies clicked with all the murals and graffiti etched in the neighborhood with Dubai Parks and Resorts Tickets.
3. The Green Planet
Besides Dubai Parks and Resorts, this venue tops the to-do list. The most striking feature of Green Planet is you get a chance to explore a whole different world in a glass dome. The most alluring piece of attraction is the “man-made tree” with biologists to answer all your curiosities and queries about the ecosystem. The level dedicated to rainforests is divided into four levels showcasing tropical flora and fauna including crocodile lizards to pythons.
Enjoy watching the piranhas who devour their prey with razor-sharp teeth. Hobnob with the slowest moving mammal the sloth never gets tired from its fifteen-hour sleep. Awaken the animal lover within you as learn the minute intricacies of bats at the Bat cave or the nocturnal palm-sized possums. The tempo of the visit continues at the Australian Walkabout with a collection of reptiles.
4. Dubai Butterfly Garden
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While visiting the Miracle Garden make a note for yourself to visit the Dubai Butterfly Garden along with Dubai Parks and Resorts. The fragile beauty of butterflies is protected in the garden. The Dubai Butterfly Garden covers an area of 6,673 square meters and is the dwelling of fifteen thousand butterflies with over 50 species having different colors, shapes, and features.
The garden has ten domes with a controlled climate giving the residents a safe environment to flourish and a chance for visitors to view these angelic creatures throughout the year. One can also spot the famous American white-winged butterfly and the most commonly found species of Anteos Clorinde.
5. Atlantis The Palm
The myth of the Lost City of Atlantis fades rather than vanish as you stand in front of this luxurious hotel which falls in league with Dubai Parks and Resorts. This is a pioneer holiday destination for families as well as couples on their honeymoon located at the crest of Palm Jumeirah with well-defined Arabain details. The hotel has around 1,548 rooms with East and West Tower wings which are connected by the Royal Bridge suite. It is well suited to the Aquaaventure waterpark with a waterslide at the height of 98 feet and the Lost Chambers Aquarium.
As you enter the underwater suites enjoy the gorgeous view of the Ambassador Lagoon. Rejuvenate yourself with massages at the ShuiQi spa. Energize yourself with mind-blowing delicacies at the Ayamna restaurant.
5. Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach
Located in the most esteemed coastal area of Jumeriah the resort is an adjacent beachfront hotel to Downtown Dubai with the Arabian Gulf on one hand to the city’s iconic cityscape on the other. The lavish five-star property provides facilities like the twenty-four seven gyms along exclusive beach excess, cabanas by the pool, and a spa.
The rooms and suites are decorated with fine taste keeping in mind the modern style with a hint of Arabic grace. Choose from an extensive range of delicacies at the SUQ or just relax at the Mercury Lounge while gazing at Burj Khalifa. Get the feel of a gentleman’s club as you enjoy cocktails and puff-on cigars.
6. Burj Al Arab Jumeirah
The name in itself is explanatory meaning “Tower of Arabs “ is a gem in the crown of Dubai Parks and Resorts. This magnificent luxurious hotel stands tall at a height of 280 m which equals 920 ft on an artificial island and is linked to the mainland by a bridge. Burj Al Arab’s structure is molded to duplicate the sail of a ship.
The regal look of the hotel is credited to the interiors which are embellished in real gold. Enjoy a scrumptious meal at the Al Mahara while viewing the marine life. The interiors at the hotel’s Japanese restaurant Junsui are done with 21,000 crystals to symbolize the MilkyWay.
The marble used for floors and walls is Statuario marble the same used by Michelangelo for his sculptures. Talise Spa on the 18th floor gives the guests enchanting views simply to unwind and the most surprising part is Burj Al Arab acts as rehab for turtles.
7. Mandarin Oriental Jumeirah Dubai
Mandarin Oriental is located 800 feet away from the Mercato Mall and has direct access to the beach. The hotel has five outdoor pools a state-of-the-art fitness center and a Noor lounge. Gaze at the Dubai skyline and Arabian Gulf as your palette enjoys desserts at the Mandarin Cake Shop.
It has six restaurants with two restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs Tasca by Jose Avillez and Netsu a Warayaki Japanese steakhouse by Ross Shonhan. The beachfront resort has a total of 251 rooms which are spacious and gleaming with modern and contemporary innards. The Little Nomads club is a personal space for the young ones to enjoy and relax with fun-filled activities.