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Dubai is a 21st-century Arab city that is constantly reinventing itself to provide everything a global citizen could need, with innumerable opportunities for entertainment, trade and commerce. Step out and soak in the contrast between frenzied modern life and the traditional communities that are still preserved in the older quarters.

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Sample Itineraries

Full day Itinerary

Start your day at the Dubai Museum, spend a few hours at the world’s largest mall and the lovely aquarium within, and end your day with a dhow cruise at the Dubai creek.

Half day Itinerary 1

Start your spree at a traditional souq before being spoilt for the best from across the world at Dubai Mall.

Half day Itinerary 2

Soak in the atmosphere of the different beaches, meet thousands of varieties of aquatic creatures at Dubai Mall, and step back in time at the Bastakia Quarter.

Dubai International Airport, located in the north of the city, is well connected to international cities, and is amongst the busiest airport in the world. A visa on arrival is available to tourists from up to forty-five nationalities. 

There is a shuttle service that runs from Abu Dhabi to Dubai, which is part of Dubai’s metro network.

You can use the bus services from Al Ghubaiba Bus Station to get to the rest of the Emirates.

The Emirates have a network of highways that connect them. The Sheik Zayed Road, or E 11, links Dubai to Abu Dhabi and Ras al-Khaimah.