Top 2 Places To See In Dubai

Dubai is an old country but offers a lot of new things. The combination of its past and present has made this beautiful country a great travel destination among travellers.

Here are our top 2 places to visit in Dubai:

Escape to the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve

Tourists are strongly suggested to take a tour at the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve especially if you want to escape the glitz and glam of urban Dubai. The reserve mainly is mostly a research unit that occupies around 87 miles of the UAE desert. But this does not mean that you cannot explore the area. In fact, you are even allowed to tour the reserve on your own if you are up to it.

The park offers different types of activities that cater to your interest. For thrill-seekers, the park offers sand boarding, archery or dune driving. If you just want to relax and soak up the spirit if the desert, stay in Bedu tents where you will be served a Dune Dinner or a more Private Desert Dinner awaits. Tourists can also stay at the campsite and retreat at Al Maha A Luxury Collection Desert Resort and Spa to end your day.

Ski Dubai

Although Dubai is sizzling in triple-digit temperature, this does not stop them from experiencing a ski adventure. Welcome to Ski Dubai, which is a massive indoor winter wonderland that will just keep you in awe.

Ski Dubai is the first indoor ski centre in the Middle East and boasts five ski runs. The longest is more than 1,300 feet with a 197-ft vertical drop. They also offer a freestyle snowboard zone, a chairlift and snowball fights.

Restaurants To Try Sushi When You Travel In Tokyo

Tokyo is a true food paradise! You can find any kind of food and it is always delicious. Of course, when you visit Japan, you need to try their sushi. And while most of the sushi you will try in the country is way better than what you have back home, you will also see the huge difference in the really good stuff while in the country.

If you are in Tokyo, better visit the following restaurants and taste why their sushi is the best:

Sushi no Midori

Sushi no Midori has multiple stores and you do not need to reserve just to order sushi. Instead, you can get a ticket to get reserved. Wait times of three hours are common so you have plenty of time to look around Tokyo then once you are hungry, you can come back to the place. What is even better is that they also amazing prize for their sushi, so it is a win-win.

Tsukiji Suzutomi

Operated by the Tsukiji tuna broker Suzutomi, this restaurant offers high-quality seafood. The tuna is also delicious so better try that too.

Sushi Saito

Sushi Saito is worth every dollar you spend but make sure the reserve months in advance because Chef Takashi Saito only provides seven seats on his three Michelin stars restaurant. The renowned chef brings out the best flavour out of his dishes as he has proven to be the leader in the industry.

Daisan Harumi Sushi

Serving sushi for over 50 years, chef Nazuo Nagayama of Daisan Harumi Sushi is a master in the sushi world with a couple of books under his belt.