The most Instagramable places in Dubai, part 1


18 May 2022

Dubai is certainly one of the most photogenic places in the world, attracting millions of tourists every year. And it may surprise some, but everyone will find something for themselves here. In addition to high skyscrapers and futuristic structures, you will find parks, beautiful beaches, and a few dozen kilometers from the city center there is a desert, which is de facto my favorite place for photos!

And although Dubai does not meet all my aesthetic needs, because I am still a bigger fan of natural scenery such as forests, meadows, lakes, etc., as I mentioned above, everyone will find something for themselves. I also found it, but I will write about it in the next post.

Today, however, I would like to present my proposal for the most Instagramable places in Dubai. I have included items that will sneak into the tastes of people who like modern architecture, as well as for those who prefer to be closer to nature.

Wings of Mexico


The first place is Wings of Mexico and it is a structure that usually attracts a lot of tourists' interest. The line that is formed is several meters long, and the waiting time for your turn is approx. 20 minutes. Many people ask why this structure is called Wings of Mexico since we are in Dubai. The answer is simple: 🙂 It was created by a Mexican artist, and he intended that people who admire his work would have a "dream of flying freely with their body and consciousness, based on desire, faith and passion." Has it succeeded? I don't know, but here are some sample photos.

Photo tip : There are two ways to take a photo. One so that the Burj Khalifa is visible outside the frame, and the other so that the tallest building in the world fits into the frame.


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Dubai Creek Harbour


My genuinely favorite place to come, take a breath and calmly see the panorama of the city against the backdrop of the setting sun. Of course, it is also one of the most beautiful places for photos. Dubai Creek Harbor is a relatively new place on the map of Dubai, which is why it is not very well connected with the rest of the city. The only option to get there is by taxi. Thanks to this, as I mentioned above, you can come here to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, because many tourists do not know about the existence of this place.

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JBR (Jumeirah Beach Residences)


JBR is a place I especially like because it reminds me of my beginnings in Dubai. This is where I most often lounged on the beach. Here, too, I did my first session in the United Arab Emirates. I believe that it is a great place for photos, because despite the fact that it is a public beach, there are not many people there (especially out of season). It is one of those spots that combines the modernity of Dubai with nature, because on the one hand we can take a picture on the beach with a panorama of the Marina estate, and on the other hand, we simply have the sea.


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Dubaj Marina


Right behind the JBR is Dubai Marina, a bustling area along the man-made river that connects to the sea. There are as many skyscrapers here as there is life in this part of Dubai. As the name of the district says, it is a Marina, so while walking along the promenade along the river, you can admire luxury yachts of all sizes. The place where the photos below were taken are not in the dense center of the Marina, but it is a place where you can take a great picture with its panorama.


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The last place I chose was the desert because it is one of those natural, more peaceful places. When in Dubai, you must go on Safari and take pictures at sunset. Such Safari can be booked with a private photographer (i.e. with me) and be sure that the photos will be of the best quality. Click here to see the offer. Below, I am throwing in sample photos that can be conjured up there.


Pięknych miejsc na zdjęcia w Dubaju jest wiele, wiele więcej, ale chciałabym dzisiaj pozostawić trochę niedosytu 😛
Mam nadzieję, że wpis się podobał, a moje wskazówki  będą przydatne przy okazji zwiedzania Dubaju.


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