Traveling to Dubai from Saudi Arabia

Childhood Dream Becoming Reality 

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When I was young, I had always thought of traveling and exploring the world; who else doesn’t like traveling? Seeing beautiful places, meeting new people and emerging into a different culture could be an exciting experience.

Allow me to share with you my travel experience to Dubai from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Dubai, is considered as the Paris of the gulf and one of the fastest growing cities in the world. Dubai has transformed into a great metropolis from a simple fishing village a couple of years back.

Me with the background of Burj-Al-Arab, the grandest hotel in Dubai known as the only 7-star hotel in the world.

Currently, Dubai – is among the top travel destinations, millions of tourists are eager to see and explore this extravagant city. I had my chance to visit this popular city during the week-long Eid holidays. Traveling to Dubai from Saudi Arabia isn’t difficult, the flight is cheap and affordable.

Reaching in Dubai, I stayed at Deira district, Diera is one of the oldest cities in Dubai. The place is full of expatriate communities mainly from Asia, although Diera isn’t too close to the popular landmarks. However, transportation isn’t a big issue since Deira has many train stations nearby.

Exploring Around the Hotspots of Dubai 

Day one, I went around in the most popular tourist spots, first – the most highly rated, deemed as the only 7-star hotel in the world the– Burj Al-Arab. This hotel is among the most expensive hotels according to the global ranking, the cheapest one night stay is around 2,000 up to 30,000 U.S dollars. So if you want to feel of being a royalty, consider staying at this hotel.

My next stop was in the Palm Island, a purely man-made island in Dubai, the island is shaped like palm tree grows mainly in the Gulf. This island is composed of various real estate properties where you can invest and buy. Famous Hollywood celebrities have properties here, just prepare a million bucks to stay in this exclusive islands.

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A picture of myself at the Palm Island, behind me, is the majestic Atlantis Hotel one of the most visited tourist attractions in Dubai.

Within the Palm Island is where the famed Atlantis Hotel, another luxurious hotel, and popular landmark. The structure of the hotel is like in a fairy-tale, I had enjoyed taking photos at the entrance that looks like out of this world.

After my visit to the Palm Island, I headed to Marina Mall. This mall is one of the biggest malls in Dubai where you can shop affordable to high-end brands like Chanel, Luis Vuitton, Gucci and many more, as a souvenir, I bought one pair of shoes.

Of course, I can’t miss seeing the ultimate pride of this city, the tallest building by far, the – Burj Khalifa, the building is so great and majestic. It’s around 830 meters high from the base to tip. Along with the Burj Khalifa is the biggest mall, the – Dubai Mall.

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A picture of myself jumps with joy at the Marina Bay in Dubai, from afar are the sprawling skyscrapers of Dubai City.

The mall is so huge that you can’t explore it in one day, there is a large number of different varieties of shops and international restaurants. This mall has been featured in several documentaries and Hollywood movies especially the waterfall inside.

Visit Dubai at Least Once in Your Life 

If you ask me whether to recommend visiting Dubai, I would say, at least once in your life you should see this city firsthand. Seeing the biggest, tallest,  and grandest man-made structures are truly jaw-dropping.

Author: montergv

The author is currently based in Saudi Arabia, the holiest land of Islam. He’s a full-time employee of the largest energy company in the world. He’s a graduate of Communication Management, loves to write and travel.