MLMT is all set to welcome you habibis to the Arabian desert.
Dubai, the largest emirate of the United Arab Emirates, is a place which flies in the face of its extreme topography and climatic conditions to redefine everything we think we know about cities. It is one of the most modern and technologically driven cities of the world, with excellent infrastructure and architecture, but its foundations are built on thousands of years of Arabic culture and tradition. With everything from scenic attractions, thrilling theme and water parks, iconic constructions and exciting dining options, Dubai justifies being a winter holiday destination in vogue.
Dubai gets horribly hot following the month of April. It is advisable to take a trip during the period of November to March.
A 5 day trip to Dubai from India would cost approximately INR 40,000 at the very least. Starting from this, the costs can go up to 80,000 with different packages.
Indians are required to obtain a visa for UAE beforehand. Passport of India with more than 6 months expiry is necessary. Holders of the Indian Passport along with a US visa or Green Card are permitted a visa even on arrival in UAE.
Twice the height of New York’s Empire State Building, the needle-shaped Burj Khalifa soars over the city of Dubai at an impressive height of 2,716 feet. 160 storeys out of the 200 are habitable, and on the 124th floor, through an outdoor observation deck, you get a magnificent view of the perfectly lit up city. On the 148th floor, you have the world’s highest restaurant, Atmosphere. At the base of this commendable construction, there is The Dubai Fountain which is an enthralling music and sound show of dancing water along with boating and other aquatic performances.
‘Shop ’til you drop’ in the world’s largest retail destination! This is the perfect place for fashion lovers with 1,200 retail stores ranging from Armani to Zara, and haute couture at the Fashion Avenue by top designers. If you are not a shopaholic, you can simply wander about in the 1.1 sqm complex and enjoy the ubiquitous entertainment shows. There is also an aquarium and an underwater zoo with rays and sharks swimming over your heads.
If the idea of shopping in a mall doesn’t excite you much, the one of shopping on sand will surely do. The sparkling coastline of the Jumeirah Beach Residence is a boulevard of boutiques and munching sections, good to spend a relaxed afternoon by the beach.
Here’s a call to all adventure seekers for the desert safari in a 4WD, braving the coils and curls of never-ending sand dunes, camel rides and a lot more. Don’t miss a chance to a complete Arabian experience. Just dig your toes into the hot sand, get photographed with a falcon, and enjoy a sumptuous traditional feast and performances at sunset.
These theme parks are some of the latest additions to the list of tourist destinations in Dubai. They account for both easy-breezy fun with family and nail-biting experiences in few of the rides. They include:- – IMG Worlds of Adventure: Themed around Marvel Comics and Cartoon Network characters, there are more than 20 rides and attractions. The Velociprator Roller Coaster, the tallest and the fastest roller coaster in Dubai, will certainly give you goosebumps. – Motiongate Dubai: This Hollywood-inspired adventure land brings to you 27 rides which revolve around memorable action and animation films. The best attractions include Smurfs Village and Madagascar Mad Pursuit roller coaster. – Legoland Dubai: Ideal for all age groups, this is a world of Lego bricks with more than 40 rides and 15000 lego models. There are other fun-filled activities like boating and driving for children. – Legoland Water Park: Highlights of this park include a Duplo splash safari area for toddlers, wave pool, and building your own raft with Lego bricks. – Bollywood parks: This high-spirited park is dedicated to India’s colourful Bollywood film industry. Live shows going around on 5 different stages, Indian dining and zones like Bollywood Boulevard and Mumbai Chowk constitute this place.
Dubai Gold Souk
Dubai Miracle Garden
This five-star resort styled upon a traditional Arabian town is located by its own private beach. Its three hotels – Jumeirah Al Qasr, Jumeirah Mina A’Salam and the Jumeirah Al Naseem are literal luxuries amidst tranquil gardens and waterways.
Resembling the physicality of wooden vessels of the gulf, this seven-star hotel is an opulent experience with ornate suits, private beach, spas, restaurants, all set by the seaside.
Other than these, there are numerous luxurious hotels within the city. Also, spending a night at the campsites of the Dubai desert makes a great experience
Photography: It is better to ask authorities before taking photographs in mosques and government buildings
Tipping: It is not expected in Dubai and most hotels include service charges
Clothing: Lightweight summer clothing is preferable
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