Dubai : The city of dreams and opportunities.

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I would love to live in Dubai. Dubai is one of the best places I came across related to job opportunities, good income and rules and regulations. When I first came to Dubai I didn’t felt like I was missing India. I could see many Indians here in each and every corner of this.

Visit to Global Village, Dubai.

Dubai is known for its iconic skyline, extravagant architecture like the Burj Khalifa, luxury shopping malls, and artificial attractions such as the Palm Jumeirah. It’s also a global business hub and a city that has rapidly transformed in recent decades, blending modernity with traditional Middle Eastern culture.

The giant wheel, Blue waters.

Dubai is popular among expats for several reasons. It offers a tax-free income, a diverse and cosmopolitan lifestyle, modern infrastructure, and a high standard of living. The city also provides a safe environment, excellent healthcare, and a variety of international schools. Additionally, Dubai’s strategic location facilitates travel to various destinations, making it an attractive choice for those seeking both professional opportunities and a unique cultural experience.

The Burj Khalifa.

Some must-visit places in Dubai include the Burj Khalifa for stunning views, the Dubai Mall for shopping and entertainment, the Palm Jumeirah for luxury resorts, and the historic district of Al Fahidi for a glimpse into traditional Emirati culture. The Dubai Marina, with its waterfront promenade, and the Dubai Miracle Garden, a vibrant floral oasis, are also popular attractions. Each location offers a distinct experience, catering to a diverse range of interests.

You can also check out my new blog on Miracles Garden

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Marine Lines : The best sunset point in Mumbai.

What is your favorite place to go in your city?

Marine Lines is a prominent locality in Mumbai, India, situated in the southern part of the city.

The heart of Marine Lines is adorned with impressive colonial-era architecture, showcasing a time when Mumbai was Bombay, a key center of British colonial rule. One iconic structure is the Western Railway Headquarters building, a symbol of Victorian Gothic design. The area’s colonial charm extends to the Flora Fountain, a grand structure that stands as a testament to Mumbai’s architectural heritage.

Sunset in marine lines.

Beyond its historical allure, Marine Lines is a hub of activity. The area is strategically located near important landmarks, including the Bombay High Court and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, underlining its significance in the city’s administrative landscape. The vibrant street life, with its diverse mix of shops, eateries, and cultural spaces, adds a modern flair to this historic locale.

Marine Drive, often referred to as the Queen’s Necklace due to its curved shape resembling a necklace when viewed at night, is a captivating stretch along the Arabian Sea. This iconic promenade offers a breathtaking view of the sea, making it a popular destination for both locals and tourists. The sunset at Marine Drive is particularly enchanting, drawing people to its scenic beauty.

The neighborhood’s cultural richness is evident in the nearby art galleries, theaters, and educational institutions. The Prince of Wales Museum, now known as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, is a cultural gem that houses an extensive collection of art and artifacts, providing visitors with a glimpse into India’s rich history.

Marine Lines is not only a historic and cultural center but also a bustling commercial district. The area is home to a variety of businesses, ranging from traditional markets to contemporary enterprises. The blend of old and new creates a dynamic atmosphere that mirrors Mumbai’s cosmopolitan identity.

In conclusion, Marine Lines stands as a microcosm of Mumbai’s diverse character, encapsulating its history, culture, and commerce. Whether one is strolling along Marine Drive, exploring its historic architecture, or engaging with its vibrant street life, this locality continues to be a significant and captivating part of the cityscape.

Visit to Miracle Garden, Dubai

If you are looking for a natural and peaceful place Dubai, then I suggest you to visit ‘The Miracle Garden‘.

The miracle garden is the world’s largest natural flower garden. The 72,000-square-meter attraction has more than 60 million flowers on display. It is located in the Al barsha south,Dubai Land.

The Miracle Garden was opened on Valentine’s Day in 2013 and now attracts about millions of visitors every year. You ll get to see the blooming different flowers with different shades of colors. Tall structures of horses covered with grasses and Disneyland setup covered with flowers make you guys fall in love with this place.

We started of by entering from the main gate where we booked tickets. Currently as of 21/11/2023, the prices are as follows:

  • For Adults and seniors – AED 95 (12 years and old)
  • Child – AED 80 (Age 3 to 12 years.)
  • Child below 3 is free.

Dubai Miracle Garden received 3 Guinness World Records for having the Largest Vertical Garden in 2013, the Largest Flower Arrangement/Structure forming the shape of the Airbus A380 in 2016, and the Tallest Topiary Structure (supported) forming a shape of Mickey Mouse in 2018.

My favorite part was the Emirates Airbus A380. The aeroplane is decorated with different types of flowers. Also, the Emirates name displayed on the plane has been made of flowers. The turbines keep rotating which give the feel of real aeroplane.

The best time to visit this place is during winter this place is opened only during winter season . You ll get to see the colorful blooming flowers in winter. So next time you plan with your family, then make sure visit this garden. Thank you.