Dubai Tourism – Best of Dubai (UAE), Best Hotels, Attractions and Sightseeing

From architectural wonders like the Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab to stunning man-made islands like Palm Jumeirah and The World, there is loads of things that would fascinate you in this city. There is a lot that you can do here as well – from adventure activities like hot-air ballooning, skydiving and desert safaris to shopping at state-of-the-art malls. In fact, the Dubai Shopping Festival (held in January – February) sees tour groups thronging the city for irresistible deals and bargains. Nightlife is another big attraction in Dubai. With a variety of restaurants, hookah bars, lounges and clubs, a night out in the town can be an exciting one.

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Best Time to Visit Dubai

The best time to visit Dubai is during the winter months, from November to April. January and February see heavy tourist traffic because of the Dubai Shopping Festival, which makes the city come alive. Here’s a monthly breakup of Dubai’s climatic conditions so you can plan when to go:

November to March : Dubai winters are from November to April and this is the best time to visit Dubai. The weather is pleasant and suited for all kinds of outdoor activities. What’s more, the much loved Dubai Shopping Festival is held during January – February and that is when you will see Dubai actually crowded. Since this is the peak season, hotel rates and airfares tend to go really high. Book well in advance to get the best rates possible and avoid any inconvenience.

April to October : The temperatures begin to rise by April and May and during peak summers, even start hitting the late forties. Summer months in Dubai are really, really hot and humid, making it almost impossible to explore the outdoors. However, all malls/stores are air-conditioned and you can indulge in as much retail therapy as you would like.

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Things to Do in Dubai

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  • Burj Khalifa
  • Palm Jumeirah
  • Dubai Museum
  • Dubai Shopping Festival with Trio 2016
  • Best Seller Dubai
  • Dubai Shopping Festival 2016 with Burj Khalifa
  • Jumeirah Mosque
  • Atlantis Palm Jumeirah
  • Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo
  • SEGA Republic
  • Ski Dubai
  • iFLY Dubai
  • Ferrari World
  • Dubai Ice Rink
  • Dubai Autodrome
  • KidZania
  • Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Dubai Desert Conservation Centre
  • Al Sahra Desert Resort
  • Safa Park
  • Al Mamzar Park
  • Creekside Park
  • Children’s City
  • Miracle Garden
  • Hatta Rock Pools
  • Arabian Ranches Golf Club
  • Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club
  • Dubai Polo Academy
  • Meydan Racecourse
  • The Dubai Heritage Village

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  • Dubai International Convention Exhibition Center
  • Al Bastakiya
  • Bastakia Quarter
  • Heritage House
  • Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum ‘s House
  • SMCCU-Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding
  • Burj Al Arab – The Tower of Arabs
  • Emirates Towers
  • Sheikh Zayed Road
  • The World or World Islands
  • Palm Islands
  • Dubai Creek
  • Bur Dubai Abra Dock
  • Jumeirah Beach
  • Burj Al Arab Beach
  • Dubai Marina Walk
  • Dubai Festival City
  • Dubai Fountains
  • Dolphin Bay
  • Aquaventure Waterpark
  • The Lost Chambers Aquarium in Atlantis The Palm
  • Dubai Dolphinarium
  • Wild Wadi Water Park
  • Dubai Shopping Festival
  • Dubai Jazz Festival
  • Dubai World Cup
  • Taste of Dubai
  • Dubai International Film Festival


How To Reach Dubai

By Air

The Dubai International Airport is the only airport in the metropolis and is the busiest in the UAE. The airlines servicing the airport include Emirates Airlines (Dubai’s official international airline) that connects the city to more than a 100 destinations worldwide, FlyDubai (an LCC) and Etihad. Other ways to enter the city are through the Sharjah International Airport with Air Arabia. A Dh 50 taxi ride will get you to Dubai in no time.

By Bus

Emirates Express connects Dubai to all other emirates. There are frequent bus services between Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Masafi, Abu Dhabi and others.

By Road/Self Drive

The only way to enter Dubai is through Oman which won’t require you a permit, only an exit charge of 3000 Omani Rial. On your way back, you’ll need to produce the payment receipt in order to re-enter Oman.

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