Dubai tourism

Dubai tourism

Market Price
Rs.27950
Discount
20%
Destination
Rs.23478
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Overview

Packages starting from USD 344 per person
Your package includes the following:
 
    3 nights accommodation as per choice of hotel
    Daily breakfast
    Meet & Greet at the airport with return transfers
    Dessert Safari with BBQ & Belly dancing
    Dhow cruise with buffet dinner
    Dubai City tour
    Taxes
 
 

Dubai  tourism visting places:

Dubai is a powerhouse of tourism and hence, it has hundreds of places to bedazzle your senses!

Jumeirah MosqueBuilt completely out of stone and resplendent with twin minarets, this mosque is the largest in the city and built along the medieval Fatimid custom. A beautiful example of Islamic architecture, this is one of the few mosques open to non-Muslims for tours. Evenings are a good time to visit, when it's lit up with beautiful lights.
Bastakiya
 
  
 
This old district is situated in Bur Dubai. If you are looking for culture and tradition, this is the place to be, as it houses traditional structures with narrow lanes and high towers. Browse the eclectic art galleries and cultural centres, or watch life go by from one of the many cafes
Heritage Village
 
This cultural haven is a platform for artisans and craftsmen to showcase their wares. Situated in the Shindagha district, this open air venue is a conclave of museums, cafes, souvenir shops and crafts. Also situated here is the home of former Sheikh Rashid Al-Maktoum.
Palms Islands
 
These are three of the world's largest artificial islands, each in the shape of a palm tree. Just off the coast of Dubai, this archipelago is a tourist haven with high-end beachfront properties, both commercial and residential.
Burj Al Arab Hotel
 
 
 
Shaped like a billowing sail, this 1053 foot tower of luxury is a self-proclaimed 7-star hotel. Situated on an artificial island off the Jumeirah beach, this iconic structure boasts of a 600 ft high atrium, an underwater restaurant and 202 bedroom suites. A panoramic view of the Persian Gulf from a 660 ft high restaurant is not to be missed.
Burj Khalifa
 
160 floors, 2717 ft high, over 10 world records. What do you get? The tallest structure in the world, the Burj Khalifa, housing 9 hotels, the world's highest mosque, swimming pool, restaurant and nightclub. Club this with the swankiest offices, residences, and an observation deck on the 124th floor, and you have an experience like no other.
Dubai Marina
 
A man-made canal flanked by glitzy hotels, extravagant shopping plazas, regal residences and a glorious city skyline is perfect to enjoy the city lights. Take a stroll along the two walkways, stop at the coffee shops or pick up some curios on your evening out.

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