For a modern take on a traditional souk, this popular Arabic market is sure to deliver. Part of the breathtaking Madinat Jumeirah resort, the souk offers endless alleys to stroll through. With perfumed scents, glowing lanterns, fragrant spices and artisanal souvenirs – you're sure to find the perfect items to take home with you.
The height of Arabian hospitality and luxury in Dubai
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is one of the most famous landmarks and tourist attractions in Dubai. The luxury all-suite hotel includes a range of fine-dining restaurants, incredible beaches and the expansive Burj Al Arab Terrace, as well as an incredible guest list of VIPs and celebrities from all over the world. Since its opening in 1999, the sail-shaped building has helped put Dubai on the global luxury tourism map.