Rent a CarDubai looks and feels like a metropolis carved out of a dream. This gem of the Arab World is full of spectacular places and landmarks. There is also architecture that will blow you away like the famous Burj Khalifa. Some of the buildings and sites are so historically significant that you should definitely not miss them on your trip to Dubai.

The Burj Khalifa

This is one of Dubai’s point of interests that stands out. In a city where everything is unique, the Burj Khalifa, at 828 meters tall, leaving visitors star-struck. Some of the records the tallest building in the world holds include having the longest elevator ride and the greatest number of occupied floors. Visitors are allowed to the observation deck situated on the 148th floor where they are literally on top of the world.

The Dubai Mall

Alongside the Burj Khalifa stands this magnificent mall. This thing of beauty houses over 1500 establishments - both shops and restrains - making it very ideal for a shopping expedition. Calling it a journey is appropriate because the mall itself covers over 502,000 square meters. Some of the mall’s attractions include the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, a theme park, and many more.

The Dubai Fountain

This awe-inspiring feature is located in close proximity to both the Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Mall. This beautiful fountain is considered a piece of art, renowned for being the largest choreographed fountain in the world. The water from the fountain jets up an astonishing 150 meters high and you can witness it produce several musical numbers every day for thirty minutes; from 1 pm to 1:30 pm and on Fridays it’s 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm.

The Palm Islands of Dubai

Located in Jumeirah, The Palm Islands of Dubai is named based on its shape – that of a palm tree. This beauty of an island has become a very popular place with tourists in Dubai. It boasts of being the largest human-made island in the world. The islands are populated with luxury villas and five-star hotels and resorts, one of them being Atlantis, The Palm.

Bur Dubai

Although touring modern Dubai is impressive, your visit wouldn’t be complete without a historical tour. Bur Dubai is one of several districts in Old Dubai. One neighborhood that should be on your bucket list is Al Fahidi. Explore the ancient architectural designs and mosques there or join a guided tour.

Rent a Car in Dubai


For a fun stress-free tour of Dubai, you will need to find a reliable mode of transport. That is why you should rent a car in Dubai. Several perks come with renting as opposed to using public transport. One, there are some places where the metro does not reach. Two, you travel at your own convenient time and convenience. Also going shopping becomes more comfortable when you know that you have a car to fit all your shopped goodies.