The best ways to explore the both historic and glittering side of Dubai that is often referred to as the Middle East's gem. Starting from Dubai Creek, the tour includes a visit to Dubai Museum that is housed within the 18th century Al Fahidi Fort. It has on display arts and artifacts reflecting the ancient history and lifestyle of traditional Arabs. An ideal illustration of a blend of outstanding Islamic and contemporary architecture, Jumeirah Mosque is another popular point of interest covered in the itinerary. For a peep into the glitzy side of Dubai, our itinerary further comprises a tour to such phenomenal attractions of the city as Burj Al Arab Hotel-that is especially noted for its distinctive silhouette resembling a billowing sail, the Palm Island - the crescent shaped man-made island, Atlantis Hotel and Burj Khalifa - the towering building that is one of its kind in the whole word. Equally noteworthy is Dubai's scenic attractions, and a visit to well- maintained Jumeirah Beach will Provide you with a unique opportunity to immerse in the city's natural beauty. The journey ends with a drive through Sheik Zayed Road that has imposing skyscrapers lined on its either side and a shopping at one of the city's prominent shopping malls .Whether you're history buff, shopping freak or just here to have a glimpse of city's significant tourist attractions.