Dubai Gold Souk
Dubai has been long known as the ‘city of gold’, despite the fact that majority of its gold is imported from Asia and neighbouring countries. Dubai is a tax free shopping haven for gold lovers and is the Middle East’s center of jewelry market. Moreover, Gold in Dubai is the cheapest in the world.
Global Village Dubai
Located in Dubailand, the Global Village is the world's largest leisure, tourism and entertainment project. It is the first premier cultural, entertainment and shopping destination in the region, with diverse cultures, theater, art, commerce and cuisine gathering from across the world.
Art Galleries in Dubai
The art scene in Dubai and the UAE is rapidly increasing over time and due to the inherited favor for beautiful scenery, art galleries in Dubai are becoming world recognized. Artists from different regions of the Middle East and other countries are displaying their art works in galleries in Dubai, making this a one stop city and truly a city to remember.
Sheikh Zayed Road
The magnificence and harmony of the desert can be experienced in a choice of exciting half-day, full-day and overnight safaris. These action-packed trips cover varied topography ranging from desert to mountain and take in remote camel and goat farms and isolated villages.
Dubai City Tours
Dubai city tour by coach along the lanes of Dubai city will give you a glimpse of its ancient Arabian culture and heritage mantled with the modern cosmopolitan lifestyle. You will experience an exiting ride on the Abra (water taxi), the popular local mode of transport which takes you across the creek to spice souq and the glittering gold souq that gives Dubai its name "city of gold".
Big Bus Tour
Conventionally, big bus tours can only be seen in London and it’s one of the highlights of your tour per se, but since Dubai is a one stop city, you can always count on them to have everything that you need, including the famous big bus tour.
Dubai blessed with a beautiful beachfront, and the city's sultry heat makes nearly every day ideal for a trip to the beach. Dubai's main beaches run along Jumeira Road. Beach activities in Dubai include snorkeling, scuba diving, jet skiing and fishing, and there are many outlets in the city where gear can be rented.
Ski Dubai has five runs of varying difficulty, height, and steepness. The longest run is 400 meters with a fall of 60 meters. There are gentler slopes for beginners and indoor black runs for more experienced skiers. Skiers and snowboarders are equally likely to enjoy Ski Dubai with snowboarders getting to perform their stunts on a 90 meter long quarter pipe.
The parks in Dubai are reputed to be among the best in the world. There are amusement parks as well as recreational parks and gardens. They all provide excellent environments that one can go to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
The beach resorts in Dubai comprise incredible edifices made of marble and glass with gardens that lead to private beaches. Several of these also have public areas that are well-furnished, amidst luxurious surroundings, as Dubai beaches boasts of soft white sand and warm sea, that are safe for swimming.
Offering several exclusive boutiques in the world, apart from super-luxury hotels, golden beaches and a thriving nightlife, the duty-free zone of Dubai is a haven for shoppers and a playground for adults. The Spa resorts often cater to upscale clientele, and feature world-class amenities and services, apart from easy access to all attractions in Dubai.
Dubai’s aim for diversification is purposely intended to create other forms of economic wealth apart from the primary oil resources. In the bid to establish this movement, Dubai Dolphinarium was created and developed to provide entertainment, education and environmental beauty for local residents and foreign visitors.
Dubai Museum includes archaeological objects such as pottery, stone and metallic items, stone engravings, and skeletons which were discovered during digs in the Emirate of Dubai (Hatta, Al Soffoh, Al Qusais, and Al Jumeira). Some pieces date back 4000 years.
Taking a helicopter tour is one of the most adventurous ways of viewing the varied landscapes of Dubai. Helicopter tour is also one of the best ways of sightseeing in Dubai, wherein you can get an aerial view of the major tourist attractions in Dubai, and the forthcoming landmarks.
Dubai is a favourite spot for fishing enthusiasts. Dubai has already played host to numerous renowned mariners and sea fishing enthusiasts. Deep sea fishing is an exciting activity pursued in the waters of Dubai, and is a true blend of fun with adventure. The warm Arabian Gulf waters teemed with fish life, makes Dubai an ideal place for beginners and professional anglers alike.
The Dhow is generally made of wood, and is mostly used for fishing. The evening spent on the cruise along the creek, would be the best to calm down the stress and relax your mind. The boat operators usually take you to a stunning spot, to enjoy a contrast between Deira and Bur Dubai, with one side boasting the modern side of Dubai, while the other end preserves the calmness of Arab land.
Aquaventure is one of the most important and superb attractions in Dubai, and is the right place for adventurous souls. It is easily accessible, and is located in the Atlantis, The Palm Hotel and Resort, on the outer rim of the well-known Palm Jumeirah Island.
Wild Wadi Water Theme Park
It's wet! It's wild! It's Wild Wadi - the wildest waterpark ever! It's 12 acres of pure fun with 23 adrenalin-pumping rides and attractions that leave you gasping for more. Situated between Burj Al Arab and The Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai, it's just a 20-minute drive from the city centre. Get there and go wild!
Wonderland Theme Park
A huge indoor air-conditioned centre with over 100 rides, arcade games, video games and a whole lot more. There's also a place for mum and dad to sit and relax whilst enjoying a tasty meal from Mithu's Nest café which is situated inside the centre.
Umm Al Quwain
Ras Al Khaimah
Located along the northern end of UAE’s Persian Gulf Coast, the Ras Al Khaimah emirate is located between the Arabian Gulf and Hajar Mountains. Covering a coastline of 27miles, including tranquil lagoons and golden sand beaches, it also shares the mountainous borders of Oman.
Fujairah, one of the seven emirates constituting the UAE, is a popular tourist destination. Fujairah is the only emirate that lies to the eastern end of the UAE, along with Gulf of Oman, while the other six emirates are located along the Arabian Gulf.
Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi
Saadiyat is one of TDIC’s (Tourism Development and Investment Company) flagship developments, located in a natural island, 500 meters off the Abu Dhabi coast. Saadiyat is a five-minute drive from Downtown Abu Dhabi, 20 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport, and an hour away from Dubai.
French Louvre Museum, Abu Dhabi
France and UAE signed a pact on 6th March 2007 to create a universal museum, named Louvre Abu Dhabi, due for opening in the year 2014. This venture also laid the foundation for a new type of cultural collaboration between the two sovereign nations, meeting mutual needs and aspirations.
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