Dubai travel - Keep an eye on these new Dubai Tourism attractions

September 8, 2021

In the last two decades, Dubai has enthralled the world with its amazing developmental projects. Its on-going fascination for the highest, biggest and largest has bolstered its position among the leaders of perfect holiday destinations. Pandemic has stifled tourism like never before but with the lockdowns coming to an end and the new guidelines in place, Dubai has declared that it is open for the globetrotters and has started accepting tourist visa applications. One of Dubai’s mega-events, World Expo 2020 could not be held last year but the emirate is all set to welcome its tourists with a new enthusiasm this year.

What’s new in Dubai?

Travel may have been on hold but tourism development projects have been going on in full swing in Dubai.  There has been special emphasis on museums, theme parks and cultural projects. Dubai knows how to bounce back and woo its tourists. Slow travel is the new normal and now that lockdowns are ending, travellers are looking for new avenues. Dubai has lots to offer on the platter. 

  1. Sustainable waterfalls and hiking trails are coming up at Al-Nasoor peak (1300 meters). This will definitely excite the adventure-seekers. 
  2. 200+ holiday homes are being developed as part of the Hatta development plan.  
  3. Travellers are willing to return to Dubai and their favourite destination is looking forward to welcoming them with the world’s tallest observation wheel. Ain Dubai is the landmark to look out for and be awestruck. It is slated to open in October 2021. 
  4. Have you heard about the Mohammed bin Rashid Library, a huge new world-class library, located in Al Jaddaf? Book lovers must go for it. 
  5. BLUEWATERS is Dubai’s premier waterfront destination and it will be home to Merlin Entertainments Ltd’s (Merlin) world-famous wax attraction, Madame Tussauds.
  6. Dubai never fails to impress with its waterfront developments and when it comes to its hotels, they are beyond comparison. Equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities and beyond luxury settings, you must look out for its new 5-Star luxury hotel with 408 key rooms. It has been named Marsa Al Arab.
  7. A new commercial hub is coming up in the old part of Dubai. The Creek area is a must visit and Dubai Creek Harbour will give everyone a reason to connect with the past. 
  8. Dubai has a traditional side to it. Al Shingdha Museum and Perfume House are also some of the latest attractions to build a beautiful balance between the humble past and the progressive present. 

With the breath-taking backdrop of rugged mountains, awe-inspiring coastlines, Dubai is also man-made. It truly enthrals the human senses with its world class attractions and offers innumerable options to indulge. 

Whenever you travel there, don’t forget to plan well, stay safe and opt for a full coverage and multi-risk travel insurance, which is also a mandate now for the visa approval. 

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