If you want to visit Dubai, you’re not alone. It’s one of the world’s ten most popular tourist destinations. Continue reading
Wanting to take a trip to Dubai in April? Not a issue at all . Dubai is often the place to go, as it can become quite busy during October to April due to the perfect weather.
Dubai is one of the most exotic places on Earth with its cosmopolitan East meets West flair. This is the best place to visit if you want to experience the Middle East without venturing to far from your comfort zone. Continue reading
Are you looking for things to do in Dubai? Consider adding a romantic dinner cruise to your must do Dubai activities. See Dubai all in lights from the comfort of a glass enclosed cruise ship. Continue reading
One of the great things to do with kids in Dubai is to watch the graceful bottlenose dolphins and playful seals at the action packed Dolphin & Seal shows. Choose to accompany an Aladdin extravaganza into the mix and be taken on a magical adventure of music, fantasy, acrobatics & adventure before being spellbound by the magnificent dolphins & seals! Select your show and seating option and wait with bated breath for the impressive performances to start. If you wish, upgrade to VIP seats for a little extra luxury. Continue reading
There are many things to do in Dubai, however, visiting the city’s restaurants should certainly be at the top of your list. Dubai restaurants are known around the world for quality and innovation.
In the continuous efforts to build innovative and revolutionary architectural important buildings and museums, Dubai has announced plans to create a Museum of the Future. Continue reading
If you want to experience the grandeur of Dubai, beyond its usual attractions, come to The Beach at Jumeirah Beach Residence. Since last Sunday, the Dubai Canvas Festival is celebrating art and culture through various 3-D artworks in chalk or paint. These 3-D rendered detailed works play highly on perspective feel, puzzling the the eye of the beholder with their life-like movements. Continue reading
When it comes to Dubai’s definition of bling and extravagance, the sky’s is the limit. It comes as no surprise that Dubai’s Scoopi Café has recently unveiled its latest invention: a scoop of ice cream costing a humongous Dhs3,000 or $817! Continue reading
The large scale rural-urban migration of Dubai in the 1960s is mainly the result of oil discoveries. Since then, the city has seen a spiralling economic growth propelling the country to concentrate mainly on fossil fuels for livelihood. The initial cash surge from oil has resulted in Dubai concentrating on building hotels, developing real estate and realising extravagant attractions such as Burj Al Arab, Burj Khalifa, souks & shopping malls, beaches, parks and sports cities. Continue reading