Sunday, May 29, 2016

Dubai Vacation Travel Guide | thomsun

If you are visiting Dubai for a weekend or during a transit on a long trip, it is important to get the maximum of your Dubai short break. Luckily, Dubai has plenty of options to choose from. Also please check below information to explore Dubai.

Dubai has sunshine throughout the year and it’s really lively during the night. Therefore you have more hours to spend in one day.
During our five year stay in Dubai, we visit many places in Dubai and other cities in the UAE. Anyone who is planning a Dubai short break would be able to use them. We highly recommend Lama Tours in Dubai for all your day trip requirements. We have personally used them many times.
For us, below were the best short break options out of many. You can pick what ever you want based on your preferences and available time.

Explore Dubai city

Dubai is one of the best cities in the world. Go for a short-trip to the city is an ideal option during your Dubai short break. Within about 4 hours you should be able to see the beautiful Jumeirah beach and Burj Al Arab 7 star hotel, the Camel Race Track, Dubai Race & Golf Club, Sheikh's Palace.

Explore Jumeirah beach 

Jumeirah is about 40 minutes drive from the city centre. There are few things youshould be able to cover in this trip. Visit the world famous 7 star hotel (Burj Al Arab). Remember they will charge you a small fee to enter the hotel. Have a sea bath and relax in the beautiful Jumeirah beach.
Visit Wild Wadi Water Park. This is one of the best water parks in the world. There is a variety of water rides, both adventurous and relaxed type. You can purchase two types of tickets. One for the whole day and the other one is for a few hours. I recommend getting a ticket for the whole day. Because you will never feel enough. It is so much fun. This place is absolutely a “must visit” in Dubai.

Dubai Desert safari in UAE 

This is a must do activity in Dubai. This will take half a day, but worth spending that time even during a short break in Dubai.

The creek 

This historic focal point of life in Dubai, The Creek, a natural sea-water inlet which cuts through the centre of the city. It is very interesting to see the colour and bustle of the loading and unloading of dhows which still ply ancient trade routes to places as distant as India and East Africa.
An attractive way to view the Creek and the dhows is from an abra, one of the small water   taxis which criss-cross the Creek from the souks of Deira to those on the Bur Dubai side.
Dubai is one of the most beautiful, modern and well kept city of the world. In this country the tourist can experience everything from rugged mountains and awe-inspiring sand dunes to sandy beaches and lush green parks, from dusty villages to luxurious residential districts and from ancient houses with wind towers to ultra-modern shopping malls. The Emirate is both a dynamic international business center and a laid-back tourist escape. 

Issue by Thomsun.

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