Book cheap first class flights to Dubai for unsurpassed luxury and the perfect way to start off on a trip to a city with larger-than-life extravagance. Dubai, located on the Arabian Peninsula and surrounded by the Persian Gulf, is part of the United Arab Emirates. Wealth from oil is behind the stunning playground for the wealthy that is Dubai. The cosmopolitan city even boasts the tallest skyscraper in the world, the Burj Dubai. There is much to see in this sophisticated, progressive, affluent city with the only 7-star hotel on the planet, the Burj al Arab. Upscale entertainment is bountiful and is the reason many travel to Dubai.
There are probably few who book first class flights to Dubai without including plans to see the Palm Islands, arguably a bona fide wonder of the world. Palm Islands are two artificial islands on the coast of Dubai. Palm Jumeirah was completed first, and it is made in the shape of a palm tree topped by a crescent. Palm Jebel will have a similar appearance, when completed. Both islands offer many leisure, residential, and entertainment centers. There is also a third artificial island, Deira Island, being made. Although people across the world are awed by these gargantuan projects and buy first class tickets to Dubai to see them, there are also many groups who are bringing to light environmental problems created by the artificial islands. Concerns include the sediment stirred up during construction suffocating and injuring local marine fauna and cutting down on the amount of sunlight which is able to filter to the seashore vegetation.
The Dubai Mall is at the top of the itineraries of many who fly first class to Dubai. It is the world’s largest shopping mall, when measuring by total area. It is also the fourth largest, when measured by gross leasable space. There are 1,200 shops in the downtown complex. The mall is approximately the size of over 50 football fields with internal floor space of 5.9 million square feet. Included in the mall is a luxury hotel with 250 rooms, a 22-screen cinema, and more than 120 cafes and restaurants. When your flight to Dubai touch downs, many who just arrive to the city make this world-class mall one of their first stops. The mall even has a Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo and a massive ice rink that can accommodate up to 2,000 skaters at once. There is much to amaze there, including dancing fountains that spray water and project light to the tune of various styles of music.
Many people who travel to Dubai visit Dubai Museum, which was established in 1971 and is located in Al Fahidi Fort, which was built in 1787. The fort is Dubai’s oldest existing building. There is much to see at the museum, including discoveries believed to be from 3000 BC.
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