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Flamboyant, ostentatious and perhaps a little over the top, Dubai is all that you
heard about, dreamed about and then some. The city of Dubai attracts one and all
and has something for everyone. From jaw-dropping skyscrapers to monumental landmarks
and enchanting gold souks. White sand beaches also line the city as Dubai lies on
the northern coast of the emirate of Dubai. Love it or loathe it, Dubai is growing
like never before. A hub for global
industries of all sizes, Dubai attracts foreign investments and along with it, dreams
of a uber-rich lifestyle. For a taste of gltiz, glamour and everlasting memories,
Dubai is the perfect getaway.
No one will ever go hungry in Dubai. The city has places to pamper every taste bud
and every craving you can conjure up. To add to the spice, Dubai's eateries offer
plenty for all wallet sizes.
- The Madinat - Al Sufouh 2
- Yahala - Karama, Opposite Hyderabad House Restaurant, Karama Shopping Complex, Burj
- Burj Al Arab - D 94 - Umm Suqeim
Burj Al Arab
Jumeirah Road, Dubai, U.A.E.
Sheikh Zayed Road
Kempinski Hotel, Mall of the Emirates
Kempinski Hotel, Mall of the Emirates Sheikh Zayed Road
One & Only Royal Mirage
Al Sufouh Road
- Wild Wadi water park
Situated in front of the Burj Al Arab, Wild Wadi offers water rides and attractions.
Visit for a fun-filled day for the entire family.
- Ski Dubai
The first indoor ski resort in the Middle East, Ski Dubai offers a host of ski-themed
and snow parks. The Ski Dubai is the perfect respite for those who want a break
from the sweltering heat of Dubai.
- Dune Bashing
The unending sand dunes of Dubai offers plenty for the adventure-sports fan. Take
on the desert with your weapon of choice - 4 wheel drive SUVs, dune buggies and
other all-terrain vehicles.
- Burj Khalifa
If you think you have seen it all, visit Burj Khalifa for a taste of the impossible.
The world's tallest tower is as imposing as it is beautiful to behold. Don't miss
this man-made wonder.
- Dubai has its culture firmly rooted in Ismalic tradition. Everything from art, poetry,
dancing and songs has a firm Islamic influence.
- Ramadan is the holy month in which Muslims recall and show respect for the Holy
Koran. During this holy month, Muslims practice abstinence. Visitors to Dubai are
also advised to practice refrain in the public areas.
- Eid Al Fitr marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan and is celebratd with colour
as gusto all throughout Dubai.