The 4th tallest hotel in the world that is a luxurious 7 star one with its clean blue public beach is a beautiful place to relax and unwind after a day of sight seeing
The tallest man-made structure in the world and arguably the most famous and iconic spot in Dubai has to be the first item on your 'must-see list'.
Next stop was at Jumeirah beach, where we got to see Burj Al Arab Hotel. This is the only 7 star hotel in the world. It stands out in the Dubai skyline because of its iconic design. The shape of the structure was made to mimic the open sail of a ship and was designed by architect Tom Wright.
We were tired by this time and returned to hotel by a taxi. Just got freshened up and went ahead to Dubai Mall again to have a glimpse of Burj Khalifa again as Dubai Mall is too big, that evening was not just enough to do it so. After 6pm, every 30mins the fountain show starts and it lasts for 7-8 mins. How could we miss it when we were there ? We saw the first show at 6pm and opted for a boat ride in the same lake. By the time we boarded the boat, it was time for next fountain show. Yes, it started when we were also on the same lake. It was just amazing to watch the dancing of water for the music and Burj Khalifa in the backdrop. Just loved every moment there. As the sun was going down, our surrounding turned orangish with blue water and a mesmerizing skylines surrounding us. Look at these pictures below.
We had a pre-booked ticket for 124th floor of Burj Khalifa at 9pm. We had almost an hour of time to enter, we collected our tickets and went to see Dubai Fountain which was just mesmerizing. Some say the best things in life are free. And this certainly proved true here in Dubai at The Dubai Fountains – the world’s largest choreographed fountain system on the lake. These fountains are animated with performances set to sound and music. This is so addictive that you cant really stop yourself seeing at them. The sheer beauty of the fountains working their magic in sync with the music being played and lavish scale of the water dance against the backdrop of the Burj Khalifa was just magical.