Dubai
Burj Khalifa Overview: Burj Khalifa is currently the tallest building in the world and is a true monument to Dubai’s ambition. A visit to the tower by night is an experience not to be missed on your luxury holiday. The elevator whisks you up 148 floors in under 60 seconds to the outdoor observation deck, called ‘At the Top’. From there, you’ll get panoramic views of Dubai’s twinkling lights.
Dubai Parks and Resorts This exciting theme park offers visitors a thrilling labyrinth of mega theme parks like Motiongate, Bollywood Parks and Legoland will keep young hearts enthralled, while the Riverland entertainment and dining boulevard offers all the latest in relaxation.

Check out more interactive rides and multimedia theatre shows at Bollywood Parks Dubai – the first of its kind in the world. Fans can engage in action-fueled experiences based on the top Bollywood celebrities, including cricket stars and renowned singers.

Two parks- Legoland Dubai and Legoland Water Park combine forces to build a world of intrigue for families with children aged 2-12. Go on adventurous rides and rollercoasters at Legoland Dubai.
IMG Worlds of Adventure Overview: Experience 1.5 million sq. ft. - or 28 football fields - of unparalleled fun at IMG Worlds of Adventure, one of Dubai's newest theme parks. State-of-the-art thrill-rides bring all your favourite characters to life in five themed zones, from the likes of The Avengers and The Powerpuff Girls to the life-size dinosaurs in The Lost Valley.
Miracle Garden Overview: Located in Al Barsha South, the park is home to the region's biggest flower garden with more than 45 million blooming flowers across 72,000sq/m, all showcased in a variety of immense sculptures and designs. Feast your eyes on blooming pyramids, stars, igloos, and hearts.
Global Village Overview: Each year from October to April, five million people visit the ever-popular Global Village. Some come for the thrilling funfair rides, some for the food, some for the nightly cultural entertainment, and some for the authentic shopping. Here you'll find more than 65 countries within 37 lavish pavilions showcasing their local products.
The Lost Chambers Aquarium Overview: Surround yourself with sea life in a jaw-dropping walk through the glass tunnels of The Lost Chambers Aquarium at Atlantis The Palm. Sharks, stingray, piranhas, lobsters, and the tiniest of seahorses are just some of the creatures you'll come face-to-fin with in this spellbinding underwater world.
The Dubai Fountain Overview: Have you ever seen water dance? You have the chance every day at The Dubai Fountain, located at the base of the Burj Khalifa. Featuring the world's largest choreographed fountain system, this popular son-et-lumière show jets up to 22,000 gallons of water as high as 150 metres in the air at any one time. Each colourful, illuminated jet sways in time to music, producing what has become the most popular show in Dubai.
Dubai Opera Overview: Step into Dubai Opera, the city’s latest architectural masterpiece and jewel in its cultural crown. Shaped like a futuristic dhow, this new cultural institution hosts the biggest names in opera, ballet, theatre and classical music. Designed by Danish architect Janus Rostock, the 2000-seat Dubai Opera is the city’s first truly world class cultural facility.
Dubai Water Canal Overview: Dubai Water Canal is a 3.2km long waterway which extends from the Creek in Old Dubai through Business Bay before finding its way to the Arabian Gulf. This canal has turned prime Dubai hotels, like the W Hotel and the St Regis into waterfront properties.
La Perle Overview: Dubai’s Aqua Show by Dragone

If you’re a fan of gravity defying acrobatics and aerial stunts, then you’ll want to be among the first to take a seat at La Perle by Dragone. Located in the heart of Al Habtoor City, it is the region’s first permanent show, staging an impressive 450 performances a year. All the action takes place inside the purpose-built 1,300-seat theatre, which has been designed especially to provide an immersive experience. This is achieved thanks to its hi-tech ‘aqua-stage’, which is filled with 2.7 million litres of water and has the ability to transform from an aquatic stage to a dry platform as needed.

You’ll be on the edge of your seat watching the cast of talented artists perform breathtaking feats. From diving into the water from a height of 25 metres to flying around the auditorium on high-powered winches at a speed of 15 kilometres per hour – it promises to be nothing short of amazing.