Travelers and residents of new cities frequently prioritize finding the location with the most picturesque view. Therefore, Remitly, examined more than 1.4 million TripAdvisor reviews to determine which attractions have resulted in the most frequent mentions of the view by visitors. The findings of the Remitly survey were then sorted to identify the best points of the Middle East, and the results were incredible.
Mount Toubkal Circuit, Morocco
This hiking trek in Morocco revolves around the remote Mount Toubkal and the surrounding Atlas Mountain views, typically taking six days to complete. The vistas are immensely gratifying as you encounter hidden lakes, stunning snow-capped peaks, and views from above the clouds in this genuinely unique hiking track, even though it is not for the faint of heart.
The sparkling new skylines of the city may be seen from the Burj Khalifa’s observation deck. The opulent Dubai Mall and the artificial 30-acre Lake of the Burj Khalifa, which features the highest dancing fountain in the world, are also visible. The structure shimmers in the sunlight because its outside is covered in more than 26,000 dazzling glass panels. The double-skin facade not only minimizes solar heat gain but also adds to the inner spaces’ insulation levels. Also, the tower is internally illuminated at night by a carefully organized display of lights, providing a breathtaking scene.
Mount Sinai, located in the center of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula and revered by all Abrahamic religions, is one of those locations that require a walk to the top to be fully appreciated. At 2,285 meters, the mountain’s summit is magnificent, and the panorama of the neighboring peaks is unmatched.
The Dubai Frame was built with the intention of being visited and taking in the breathtaking city vistas; it is much more than just a novelty attraction. Although it can’t possibly compare in height to the Burj Khalifa, it does offer some pretty amazing city views. The goal of a trip to the Dubai Frame is to introduce you to Dubai’s past, present, and future. The building is actually a huge gold frame. You can see from one side of the city to the other from the ground level through the vacuum. “Old Dubai,” the Dubai Creek & Deira, and the Emirate of Sharjah are to the northeast.
The 614-foot tall Cairo Tower, which towers over the Egyptian capital, was for 10 years the tallest structure in all of Africa and continues to be so today in North Africa. The concrete tower’s elaborate latticework, which is open at the top to display an observation deck, is made to seem like a Pharaonic lotus blossom from the outside, one of Ancient Egypt’s symbols. The monument is colorfully illuminated every evening, creating a stunning image against the night sky. Reaching the top of the tower, there’s an outdoor observation deck with telescopes offering incomparable views over Cairo and its surrounding area. You can spot the Saladin Citadel, the Pyramids of Giza and of Saqqara.