Here are the wonders to know before you go, because you certainly won’t miss any of these magnificent buildings and man-made island!

Architectural wonders of Dubai

Architechtual Wonders of Dubai

Burj Khalifa

Designed by the renowned Adrian Smith in 2009, The Burj Khalifa, has the highest mosque in the world (158th floor), the highest swimming pool (76th floor) and the highest viewing platform (124th floor). Standing at 829 meters tall in the heart of Dubai’s Downtown District, this incredibly designed skyscraper wonder gives the perfect view of the city.

Location: 1 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd, Dubai, U.A.E.

Architectural wonders of Dubai

Burj Al Arab

This sail-boat shaped hotel was built in 1999 and stands off the coast of Dubai at 321-meters high. Burj Al Arab, the only 7-star hotel in the world features an underground restaurant, a Skyview Bar and an outdoor tennis court. Owing to its elaborate and modernized architectural design, Burj Al Arab is one of the most iconic symbols of Dubai and one of the most photographed monuments in the world.

Location: 1 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd

Infinity Tower/ Cayan Tower

Cayan Tower, situated in the Dubai Marina is the world’s tallest high-rise building with a twist of 90 degrees. Though it was somewhat recently opened in 2013, the incredibly designed spiraling skyscraper has quickly become one of the world’s most photographed monuments.

Location: Dubai Marina

Architectural wonders of Dubai

Jumeirah Beach Hotel

The Jumeirah Beach Hotel was not only built in a wave-like designed but the blue glass windows reflect the waves from the ocean. This remarkable hotel can be seen instantly and is the perfect stay for families to get away for the most luxurious beach vacation.

Location: Jumeirah St – Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The Palm Jumeirah

architectural wonders of Dubai

You’ve probably seen the overload of photos throughout the internet of sky views of The Palm Jumeirah. It’s the world’s largest artificial archipelago where residential housing sits, extends into the Persian Gulf. From a distance, this wonder of Dubai looks like a palm tree placed in the ocean.

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