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The Destination - Dubai is the second largest emirate of the United Arab Emirates bordering the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf, between Oman and Saudi Arabia. It is widely known as the shopping capital of the Middle East and a popular destination for a relaxing beach holiday, an adventurous desert experience, wild nightlife or a weekend shopping extravaganza.


Language - Arabic is the official language. But French and English are often spoken within commercial and business environments.

Population - Dubai is the most populous city in UAE with an estimated population of around 674,101 people. In addition to its native population, the United Arab Emirates is inhabited by a mixture of Arab nationals as well as Asians, Europeans, etc.

Currency - The local currency is the UAE dirham (Dh.) or the Arab Emirate Dirham (AED). A dirham is divided into units of 100 fils. Notes are in denominations 5,10,20,50,100,200,500 and 1000 dirhams while coins come in denominations 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 fils and 1 dirham. Value of dirhams as has been fixed to USD 1 == Dh. 3.67.

When to go - The best time to visit Dubai is the period between October and May. Mostly the entire UAE has a sub-tropical, arid climate with infrequent and irregular rainfalls. The temperatures range from a low of about 10 degrees Celsius to a high of 48 degrees Celsius. The mean daily maximum is 24 degrees in January rising to 41 degrees in July.


How to get there - Dubai is connected to the world by several major international airlines. The Emirates and KLM airlines have frequent flight schedules to and from Dubai’s international airport.

Must See
  1. Desert Safari - Bash the dunes in a 4WD (Toyota land Cruiser) and ride the roller-coaster of sand dunes in an amazing fashion. Pick your choose from evening or night safari which will allow you to watch the blazing sunset ,ride a camel or get entertained by belly dancers while enjoying your dinner under a canopy of million of stars.
  2. Dhow Cruise - The beauty of Dubai city can be best witness aboard a traditionally decorated wooden dhow (cabin cruise), as it sails along the Dubai creek under the moonlight sky. A sumptuous buffet dinner with continental and oriental dishes will follow the romantic evening cruise.
  3. Heritage & Dining Village - A great place to uncover the traditional aspects of Dubai.
  4. Wild Wadi Water Park - World’s most advanced water theme park designed to offer hours of fun and pleasure to thrill all visitors alike.
  5. Dubai Museum - Set in the premises of an imposing 19 th century fort, the museum displays a fine collection both from ancient history including copper, alabaster and pottery artifacts found in graves up to 4,000 years old, and from the years before the discovery of oil.
  6. Dubai Creek - It is an important and a safe harbor for small and medium size ships. A tour of the creek by traditional wooden dhow or cabin cruiser is an imaginative way to see Dubai city.
  7. Hatta Rock Pools - Nestled in the crags of the Hazar mountain, Hatta Rock Pools unfolds rocky corridors with bursting waterfalls and turquoise pools.
  8. Grand Mosque - The Grand Mosque is home to the city’s tallest minaret.
  9. Shaikh Saeed al-Maktoum House - A historic home that has been restored as a museum of the pre-oil era.
  10. Wafi Center Shopping Mall - This upscale mall is the place to go for brand name items and huge entertainment arcades.
  11. Ski Dubai - The only ski resort of the Middle East, and an incongruous 25-storey structure rising from the Gulf Emirate’s sands.
  12. Gold Souk - Dubai’s most famous market, where every shop window is crammed with glittering gold ornaments.

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