Welcome to Dubai, a city which must indeed be seen to be believed. Its architecture is nothing short of breathtaking, not to mention record-breaking. You will be amazed at how so much of its traditional and cultural being has been maintained alongside such leading development.
Still, you may have some trouble getting around, which is why you need to rely on the leaders in logistics in order to avoid overloading fines and for all of your transportational and delivery needs. There can be many hitches when you travel throughout the Middle East, especially if you have a literal ton of content which needs safe and speedy movement, which is why you can never rely on anything less than the best.
The Burj Khalifa is something that you will struggle not to notice in Dubai, even among all of the other towering buildings. This 826 metres high colossus is the tallest building on the planet, and can obviously always be seen no matter where you stand in Dubai.
The Burj Khalifa is mind-blowing to behold from afar or up close, but its true wonders lie within, where you will find it hard to believe that so much splendor and opulence could be maintained for its seemingly endless levels.
Make sure to head over for a visit on a clear day, and once you have finished mapping the place out to your heart’s content, head up to the 124th level for a jaw-dropping view of Dubai and the surrounding area from the observation deck.
While this may sound like the pinnacle of the astronomical architectural feat, it is not even close. It is at the Top Sky Lounge nestled at the 148th floor in which you will find an atmospheric wonder of a chill out session.
Make sure to enjoy a literally sky-high meal at the fine At.mosphere restaurant on the 122nd level, where you can enjoy a sensational range of cuisine which ranges from contemporary Middle-Eastern, to European and Asian.
The Dubai Mall
A few minutes’ walk away from the Burj Khalifa lies The Dubai Mall. It may indeed be a disservice to call this colossus of shopping grandeur a ‘shopping mall’, it is more like a self-contained shopping city.
You could walk around for an entire day and still not have mapped out the entire place. You would probably need a week to manage a visit to its over 1,200 shops, and dine at its 150 restaurants.
The Dubai Mall is home to an awesome indoor theme park, a gigantic indoor waterfall, an ice rink, as well as a choreographed outdoor fountain, not to mention the massive Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo.
This aquarium is a sensationally diverse home for a multitude of sea life, quite possibly being the biggest and most populated home to ocean life seen in the deserts of the Middle East. You and your family will get lost in these glass corridors that seem to span for miles.