When it comes to the big, bold and beautiful, Dubai is in a class of its own. Known for luxury shopping, luxury accommodation, incredible architecture and a lively nightlife, it is the most visited of all the UAE’s 7 Emirates. Sunshine all year around and a warm, cosmopolitan atmosphere is what characterises Dubai . Experience the magic and hospitality of Arabia in a city that really does have it all.

Lying on the sparkling blue waters of the Arabian Gulf , Dubai is a perfect place for sailing, windsurfing and jet-skiing. The varied terrain also enables the thrilling experience of a desert safari, which should not be missed on your trip to the United Arab Emirates.

Dubai is without doubt a shopper’s paradise. offering the age-old experience of shopping in a local souk or the ultra modern experience of a multi-level shopping mall. One of the world’s largest malls, Mall of the Emirates, houses the ‘must visit’ Ski Dubai, the world’s third-largest indoor ski slope and a sight to behold. Ski here year-round in the middle of the desert!

The world’s tallest building, The Burj Khalifa, is unsurprisingly, visible from almost anywhere in Dubai. Taking in the site is thrilling enough from the street, but you can also visit the top of the 160-story behemoth. Brace yourself for the thrill of the high-speed elevators, followed by complete awe the moment you step onto the observation deck.

Designed to represent a metaphorical connection between the old and new city, Dubai Frame is said to be the largest picture frame in the world. The giant, glistening gold frame stands nearly 500 feet tall and boasts panoramic glass lifts that shuttle guests to the top, where they can walk on a clear glass walkway along the entire 313-foot width.

Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood offers a glimpse into what Dubai was like before the Emirates were formed in 1971 and is a quiet retreat from the bustling, modern city of today.

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