At the very mouth of Dubai Creek, there is a Sheikh Saeed al-Maktoum’s Palace that now serves as a museum. Inside the house there are interesting exhibits and photos from the story of the ruling dynasty.
The title of the most expensive hotel in Dubai “Burj Al Arab” literally translates as the “Tower of Arabs”. Owing to its creative recognizable shape, Burj Al Arab is also known as the Sail Hotel. Until the construction of this building, the UAE didn’t have any architectural objects which could be considered a tourist symbol of the city and country.
The Dubai Zoo is located in the green area of Jumeirah. The zoo was established in 1967 on the basis of a private collection of exotic animals that lived on the territory of a large green garden.
Jumeirah Mosque is a splendid dominating structure in the central part of the city. The mosque was built during the period from 1975 to 1979. Only Jumeirah Mosque opens its doors to non-Muslims in Dubai.