Dubai is known for being one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities in the whole world, with most of its population being made up of expats who have relocated and settled down in the luxurious and inviting city.
This is one of the reasons Dubai is so attractive to travellers, as it allows them to explore and experience a multitude of different countries and places without leaving the city itself, whether it is through a show, cuisine, or even products. In this article we are going to look at three attractions located in Dubai that will allows both travellers and locals alike to see a different part of the world:
India: Bollywood™ PARKS DUBAI
An exciting and educational family attraction in Dubai, Bollywood™ PARKS DUBAI provides visitors with a gateway where they can explore India from Dubai. As the first of its kind in the world, the park includes five fascinating zones – Bollywood Boulevard, Mumbai Chowk, Rustic Ravine, Royal Plaza, and Bollywood Film Studios Featuring Hall of Heroes – where visitors have the chance to experience an array of environments that are inspired by some of the greatest Bollywood blockbusters, all while learning something new – whether it be about the Indian culture or the country’s cuisine. Some of the attractions that call the park their home include Stars on Steps – two glitzy shows where dancers perform to a number of popular and classic Bollywood dances, and the Rajmahal Theatre – an iconic landmark at the heart of the park where visitors can see several shows a week, including the regions first Broadway-style Bollywood musical, and so much more.
Family attraction in Dubai https://www.bollywoodparksdubai.com/EN/attractions
China: Dragon Mart
The largest trading hub for Chinese products located outside of mainland China, this shopping mecca provides shoppers with a way to access a number of Chinese products in the Middle East. A whopping 1.2 kilometres long and 150 000 square metres large, the retail complex has seven zones that offer high quality facilities for both visitors and traders alike, housing 3 950 outlets that offer and sell everything, including home appliances, stationary, office appliances, communication and acoustic equipment, household materials, furniture, toys, clothing, footwear, and so much more. Here, shoppers – regardless of whether they are local or on holiday – can indulge in everything Chinese, with the centre welcoming on average 52 000 people every single day, and about 19 million every year.
Feast at the Sheraton Grand Hotel Dubai
If you love to explore different parts of the world through your stomach, you’re in luck. Feast (a restaurant located at the Sheraton Grand Hotel Dubai) offers diners a culinary feast that showcases live cooking stations from around the world manned by international chefs who personalise each dish according to each and every diner’s request. The food stations will take diners on a culinary journey that include Western, Middle Eastern, Indian, Chinese and South East Asian cuisine, allowing them to experience a world of flavours from one place.
This city is also known as the “City of Gold” and it is well-known for its stunning attractions that make it a unique and pleasurable place to visit. The amount of attractions and things to do in Dubai has grown greatly over the years making it an awesome holiday destination that has a little bit of everything for the whole family to do, ranging from luxurious hotels to theme parks.
Go on an adventure of a lifetime and do some amazing things like learning something new, or buying a product from a different part of the world by visiting one or more of the attractions mentioned above that call Dubai their home.