How to spend a layover in Dubai

Dubai international Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world by international passenger traffic, so if you ever find yourself on a Dubai layover for 4 to 12 hours there are plenty of things to do in Dubai during your stopover. Continue reading How to spend a layover in Dubai

The Dubai Mall – Heaven on Earth

The Dubai Mall is a leading lifestyle and entertainment centre in Dubai featuring hundreds of shops, restaurants, cafes and entertainment centers all under one roof. Touted as Dubai’s largest mall and one of the world’s biggest malls, The Dubai Mall is located in Downtown Dubai, a celebrated area with many Dubai hotels situated within its boundaries. Tourists, who visit Dubai, should not miss the shopping experience at The Dubai Mall featuring 1,200 retail outlets, 2 department stores, 220 stores Gold Souk and more than 150 food & beverage outlets. All this and more is spread out on an astonishing area of 12.1 million square feet. Continue reading The Dubai Mall – Heaven on Earth

Burj Khalifa – At the Top

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Dubai the city of the exotic and futuristic structures is home to many architectural wonders. The Palm Island and Burj Al Arab along with many others hold a place of prominence in the architectural landscape of Dubai. The Burj Khalifa is noted as the tallest structure in the world. This giant structure is over 800 metres tall and features more than 160 floors. Continue reading Burj Khalifa – At the Top

Visiting Dubai in summer

Dubai summers are scorching accompanied by hot days and high humidity. This is the off season for Dubai tourism, so you will not see many people venturing to Dubai at this time, except for those on business visits. The climate in summer may not be the best in Dubai during summer, but the best rates for Dubai flights and hotels in Dubai are offered during this period. Continue reading Visiting Dubai in summer

Dubai weather

A misconception about the Dubai weather is that it is very hot and unbearable all throughout the year. While the temperature and humidity level skyrocket in the summer season, the skies are sunny in winter with cool nights. Dubai’s geographical location close to the Tropic of Cancer is mainly accountable for Dubai’s warm and sunny climate. Like most of the desert lands, Dubai features a hot and arid climate. The Dubai tourism is seasonal taking into account the climate of Dubai. If you are planning a trip to Dubai, it is best to be forearmed with the climate of Dubai, so that you plan your Dubai holidays accordingly. Dubai has only two seasons’ summer and winter. Continue reading Dubai weather