Things To Do In The Middle-East

Burj Khalifa (UAE)

Who can forget to visit this tallest balding in the World? Visiting this Iconic place would be an unforgettable experience. You can not leave Dubai without having been to the top! The elevator is so amazing and even just standing beside the tower is just breathtaking.It would be a great feeling to be there on top of the world for a while.

Burj Khalifa

Dubai Desert Safari (UAE)

As you know Middle east popular for dessert. Dubai desert safari is the best safari in the middle east. I have experienced safari before but my recent Dubai safari tour was so good. I really enjoyed dune bashing and can’t forget the experience of this evening. Recommending to everyone.

Dubai Desert Safari

High Atlas Mountains (Morocco)

These spectacular mountains are located in Morocco. The Atlas Mountains make one consider how many centuries ago the locals lived… a harsh, but the incredibly beautiful environment. The red dirt is vibrant and visually appealing. The scenery at the Atlas Mountains is beautiful, especially when reaching the waterfalls.The views at the top of the mountain are fabulous.

Great Pyramid of Giza (Egypt)

The Great Pyramid of Giza is a defining symbol of Egypt and the last of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World.One of the best man-made wonders ever made. Just think how creative the architects were during those times (Centuries ago) to implement a structure like this. One can’t describe the structure and beauty of mighty pyramids through words. you have to go, witness and experience it yourself. A must visit place in Egypt.

Great Pyramid of Giza

Petra (Jordan)

Petra is a famous archaeological site in Jordan’s southwestern desert. Amazing! A must see the place in Jordan. Walking up to the Monastery (and especially the high place of sacrifice) can be a bit exhausting, but you will be rewarded with great views.The entire complex of Petra is HUGE! You should definitely consider spending 2 days exploring all that it has to offer. It is quite impressive, to say the least. Definitely, take the time to walk all the way up to the Monastery.

Hagia Sophia (Turkey)

Hagia Sophia was first constructed as a Church (1935) and was then converted into a Mosque and now it’s a museum. Great to see the different symbols of both religions come together in one place. The architecture is amazing as well as the Arabic calligraphy. Queues can get quite long so it does help to have the Museum pass when visiting this site. A part of the inside is also currently undergoing renovations but one can still experience the total effects of the building. Really does help to read up a little on the history of the place before visiting.

Hagia Sophia

Dead Sea (Israel; Jordan; Palestine)

Although the Dead Sea spread in three different countries (Israel; Jordan; Palestine). But Israel and  Jordan Jordan dead sea are more famous. If you got a chance to swim there that would be a totally unique experience, the lowest body of water on earth, without a means of drainage. It’s loaded with salt and expensive chemicals. So easy to float; hard to get back on your feet. While you add it, enjoy a mud bath.

The Dubai Mall (UAE)

The Dubai Mall is a shopping mall in Dubai and the largest mall in the world by total area. It is an absolutely incredible shopping mall. Incredible building,  4 floors of shopping with over 1000 stores, a great food court with a huge range of eateries, My friend and I there and we both really enjoyed the experience and will definitely visit there soon.

Dubai Mall

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Shedi is a freelancer by professional and travel blogger based in Dubai. He has a dream to explore the world and visit all countries in next 10 years. His blog is a leading Dubai travel blog. You can read more about him on

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