Join us on a visual odyssey that unveils the diverse landscapes, cultural landmarks, and architectural wonders of the UAE. Through the lens of photographer Anoop Mohamed Basheer, we explore the beauty and uniqueness of renowned sites as well as hidden gems.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque: Renowned as the UAE's largest mosque, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi captivates with stunning architecture, intricate details, and the world's largest marble mosaic floors, all crowned by bright domes adorned with exquisite gold leaf spires. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Sharjah Grand Mosque: The largest mosque in Sharjah, the Sharjah Grand Mosque, adorned with Ottoman-style architecture, beckons visitors to stroll along its dedicated rubber track for a closer understanding of its traditional Islamic aesthetics. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Founder's Memorial in Abu Dhabi: Commemorating the life, legacy, and principles of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the Founder's Memorial in Abu Dhabi spans 3.3 hectares of beautifully landscaped public space adorned with indigenous flora. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Stunning view of Dubai Marina: Explore the luxurious residential expanse of Dubai Marina, famed for The Beach at JBR—a leisure complex featuring outdoor dining and sandy beaches. The waterside promenade, Dubai Marina Walk, hosts trendy cafes and pop-up craft markets, creating a picturesque escape. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Skyline view of Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi: The five-tower complex of Etihad Towers along Abu Dhabi Corniche offers a multifaceted destination for living, working, staying, shopping, and dining, all the while providing breathtaking panoramic views of the city and the Arabian Gulf. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Al Noor Island, Sharjah: Since its opening in 2015, Al Noor Island in Sharjah has enchanted visitors with picturesque landscapes, a Butterfly House, Literature Pavilion, vibrant art installations, giant cacti, bayside dining, children's playgrounds, and captivating dancing light shows. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Sunset at Buraq Dam, Sharjah: Buraq Dam, a tourist hotspot constructed for water storage, invites visitors to spend a tranquil late afternoon or evening by its fresh-water-filled expanse, particularly during the winter months. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Union Metro Station: Situated in Dubai, Union Metro Station is a vital transit hub serving both locals and tourists, connecting the Green and Red Lines of the Dubai Metro. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Dubai Creek Harbour: A coveted waterfront destination along Dubai Creek, Dubai Creek Harbour strategically bridges historic districts with newer developments like Downtown Dubai and Business Bay, offering a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Burj Khalifa, Downtown: Downtown Dubai, a thriving tourism centre, boasts iconic landmarks such as the Burj Khalifa skyscraper, the enchanting Dubai Fountain, the sprawling Dubai Mall, stylish cafes along Emaar Boulevard, and the striking dhow-shaped Dubai Opera. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Night view of Deira, Dubai: Deira, steeped in history and trade, unfolds along the Dubai Creek canal. Notable for the renowned Dubai Gold Souk, it's a magnet for visitors and jewellery enthusiasts worldwide. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer
Al Jaddaf Walk, Dubai: For strolls and captivating photography, Al Jaddaf in Dubai emerges as a prime location, offering unrivalled views of the Dubai skyline and skyscrapers during sunset or night hours. Image Credit: Anoop Mohamed Basheer