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Once a cosy fishing village, Dubai has flourished into the pearl of the Middle East. It offers an unimaginable sight of the world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa and the miraculous 8th Wonder of the World – Palm Jumeirah. Have a look inside the largest shopping mall on earth with 1200 shops or dine in fine restaurants whilst enjoying spectacular sunset. Discovering soft sand beaches, visiting exclusive nightclubs, and skiing inside the magnificent indoor ski slope are a few of the many amazing activities that Dubai has to offer. For an unforgettable time, visit Dubai, where historic Arabic culture, modern skyscrapers, exotic markets and beautiful beaches become the crossroads for an unbeatable holiday .
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Do and see
Dubai is a city that offers many attractions and sites for all types of travellers. Here you can explore world’s tallest tower or going to the theatre, swimming with dolphins, exploring heritage sites, take four-wheel drive excursion out into the sand dunes or even skiing. The list is endless and you will have plenty of things to do and see.
Dubai Museum
Dubai Museum is located in the imposing Al-Fahidi Fort, built in 1787 to protect the then-sleepy desert village from landward approaches. Life-size figures set in an intriguing diorama reveal what life was like before the discovery of oil transformed Dubai.
Desert Safari
A Dubai must-do is a four-wheel drive excursion out into the sand dunes. They might stop to let you discover some of the wildlife. More likely, the drivers will race each other dizzyingly up and down seemingly impossible slopes. The day’s excitement ends with a barbecue under the stars.
Majlis Gallery
An old windmill on Al-Faladi Street, in Bastakiya, displays traditional glassware, ceramics, furniture and fabrics as well as hosting 10 exhibitions of contemporary artists each year. Some 30 traditional houses have been restored in the neighbouring Shindagha quarter, while Bastakiya itself has atmospheric old alleyways to explore.
Grand Mosque
At 70 metres tall, this grandiose building has the city’s tallest minaret. The mosque was originally built in 1900, demolished and built again in 1960. Like all Dubai mosques except Jumeirah Mosque, non-Muslims are not allowed to enter the building.
Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum’s House
Dating from the late 19th century, this mansion in Al Shindagha is a fine example of traditional architecture, built from coral covered in plaster. It houses a collection of rare stamps and coins. Close by is the Heritage and Diving Village, telling the story of the once-thriving pearl diving industry.
Dubai Creek
Inland, the Creek broadens into a wide marsh that is home to 27,000 birds—many of them colourful pink flamingos that are in year-round residence. Deira has a broad waterfront promenade, while the Bur Dubai side features a beautifully landscaped park.
Jumeira Mosque
Another fine edifice is the monumental Jumeira Mosque which is claimed to be the most photographed mosque in all of Dubai. There are organised tours available for non-Muslims. Make sure to respect dress codes when visiting.
Dolphin Bay
If you like dolphins then you should head over to Dolphin Bay where you can select from a range of dolphin interactions. The great staff and the amazing location will make the experience enjoyable. All Dolphin Bay packages also include access to Aquaventure Waterpark.
The Dubai International airport
The Dubai International airport is located 4 km (2.5 miles) southeast of Dubai. Transportation from the airport is possible by taxi and bus. Transfer between the terminals takes about 10 minutes using the airport shuttle service. The Terminal 1 Departures concourse (Sheikh Rashid Terminal) is linked to Terminal 1 via a tunnel with travelators. Terminal 2 is used exclusively for business and charter flights. The taxi service is provided by the government-run Dubai Transport airport taxi service, where each cab is meter-run. Bus service: Bus stations are located opposite both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.. Bus no’s 4, 11, 15, 33, 44 connect with Terminal 1, while bus no 2 connects with Terminal 2. These buses serve the most popular places in Dubai. The Dubai Municipality public bus system costs Dhs. 3 per person and takes bus routes 401 and 402 to either the Al Sabkha or Al Ghubaiba bus stations, passing by (or near) many of the hotels and apartments found in Dubai. You can also take the Metro to and from the airport. The metro runs at ten-minute intervals and stops at ten stations which are located across the city.
The bus service in Dubai is an easy, quick and inexpensive way to get around in the city and it is operated by the Dubai Municipality Transport Section. Fares are low and paid to the driver on boarding though a pre-purchased E-Go Card electronic ticket, which can be topped up, is a cost-saving option.
There are two metro lines in Dubai, red line and green line. The Red Line runs every 3-4 minutes during peak time and 7 minutes during off-peak hours. Every metro station will have bus connections and taxi pickup. To travel with Metro you need to buy a Nol card or Nol ticket. You can buy your Nol ticket on the ticket vending machine, ticket office or RTA authorised sales agent. Each time you travel, tap your card at the card reader on the fare gates. A standard adult ticket with the red line, for zone 1 coast AED 2. For zone 2 it coast AED 4.50.
The most convenient way of getting around. Beware of uninsured illegal taxis. The four government franchised official operators have strictly controlled fares. Cabs can be hailed at the roadside, or summoned via telephone or one of the electronic booking machines found around town. Driver knowledge is sometimes lacking, so use a major landmark as a homing device when saying where you want to go.
Local post offices, filling stations, shopping malls and many souvenir shops sell postage stamps. Central Post Office:
Pharmacies provide 24hr service on a rotating basis listed in local newspapers. Aster Pharmacy: Maryam Pharmacy LLC is open 24 Hours and 7 day’s a week. Business Centre Next To Mashreq Bank Bank Street, Bur Dubai +971 4 397 5581 Union Pharmacy is open 24 Hours and 7 day’s a week. Al Rafa Street Bur Dubai Dubai, UAE +971 4 393 5619
Country code: +971 Area code: 04 There are many public phone boxes, mostly credit card operated, but calls from them are very expensive, as are calls from hotel rooms.
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