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To See Dubai is to Believe!
UAE Dubai is an independent city-state, the most modern and most progressive emirate among the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates. Within a span of three decades, Dubai has metamorphosed from a humble fishing village to a powerful player in the global scene at an incredible pace especially in the tourism and trade industries. Dubai gained popularity as a new tourist destination only recently when this desert city began building superb infrastructures with excellent tourist amenities. Dubai has everything larger than life. It has the fastest, largest, highest and biggest of everything like the tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifah, the biggest mall in the world, The Dubai Mall, the three largest artificial islands in the world in Palm Islands just off the coast of Dubai, the largest dancing fountain in the world, the most luxury hotel in the world, the largest immigrant population in the world and much more. Dubai is really nothing but superlatives! To see is to believe!

Situated on a coastal strip bordered by deserts, Dubai gets very hot and humid during the summer. But despite these weather conditions, tourists still come in droves to experience the very best Dubai has to offer. Dubai is basically a shopping mecca for tourists and professional global traders alike. Gold and textiles are plentiful in the Satwa and Karama districts where you could also find exotic dishes prepared by Indians and Filipinos who have made these districts their second home. Ride the abra and find more bargains in souks at Bur Dubai district or savor delectable dishes at floating restaurants by the creek or shop for exotic herbs and spices at neighboring Deira’s spice souk. Spend a relaxing day at the beach in Jumeirah and see other top attractions like the Jumeirah Mosque.

Check out nine of the best hotels in Dubai housed in Burj Khalifa, shop in Dubai Mall and end your day marveling at the largest dancing fountain in the world, Dubai fountain, all located in the Downtown Dubai area. Experience good food and entertainment at Dubai Marine bordering Jebel Ali, the world’s largest man-made port where some of the finest restaurants and hotels in Dubai are also located. For those interested in the history and cultural heritage of the Emirates, a visit to Dubai Museum is recommended. If you are curious to see what a 7-star hotel looks like, the Burj al-Arab Hotel in Dubai is a must-see (especially if you are not lucky enough to get a booking one month in advance). Entry to tour the hotel requires a reservation as well and a very smart dress code is implemented. Never miss the Gold Souk, a historic market located at the mouth of the creek and be dazzled by gold sold in large quantities.

When you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of Downtown Dubai, head off to the whitest and sandiest beaches in the world, do sports at Al Safa Park, see camel races at the Camel Race Track, ride a dune buggy at Desert Safari, spend family bonding at Wild Wadi or ride a hot air balloon at the break of dawn.

There are plenty of things to see and to get impressed of, therefore the best way for you to enjoy your a holiday or business trip to Dubai is to plan ahead. It is always good practice to list down your itinerary way ahead of schedule to give you plenty of time to prepare for an memorable stay. A good idée is to start your planning here on ExcelBooking.com by booking a nice and comfortable hotel. 
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