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If you’re wondering what to do in Dubai we’ve got plenty of suggestions. Skyscrapers, fountains, Bedouin tents, 7-star hotels, beaches, museums - the list is endless! Check out some of our suggestions below.
When thinking of how to describe Dubai, the words luxury, opulence and 5-star living come to mind. But what if we told you that there’s lots of places to visit in Dubai for free? It’s not all supercars, helicopters and yachts, promise.
Ramadan can be a great time to visit the Middle East. The cities slow down for a beat, with popular tourist attractions less busy during the day, followed by lively evenings of celebrations and festivities.
While it’s home to some of the most exceptional nightclubs and bars, there are far more activities to do in Dubai after dark that don’t have to involve alcohol, dancing or staying up until sunrise.
Heading to the millionaire’s playground for a swanky New Year’s Eve? This flashy city lines up champagne soirees, light shows, fireworks over its record-breaking landmarks, and even desert safaris.