Package - DUBAI budget package (4 Nights & 5 Days)

Package - DUBAI budget package (4 Nights & 5 Days)

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Glitzy, glam, over-the-top and a little overexposed Dubai lives for attention. On the surface it’s materialistic beyond anyone’s wildest dreams and by treating every visitor like a VIP, visitors respond by spending like VIPs, only to need resuscitating when the next month’s credit-card bill arrives. But this is the whole idea. We’re talking about a city that virtually invented the ‘shopping festival’ (Dubai Shopping Festival, or DSF), the simple premise of which was to get people to travel to Dubai and spend money. With myriad shopping malls, flamboyant hotels, a dizzying array of dining options and hip clubs and bars, it’s all just too easy. Driven by Sheikh Mohammed, a leader who doesn’t understand the word ‘no’, visitors and potential residents are flocking to this Middle East metropolis in increasing numbers with the promise that Dubai is like no other city on earth. And Sheikh Mohammed is delivering. However, whether you end up loving or loathing its ostentatious nature, under the surface another Dubai exists. Head to the Heritage Village during Ramadan or the DSF and you’ll witness a different Dubai, where local Emirates take joy in their songs, dance and traditions. Spend a few fascinating hours by the creek, watching the dhow (traditional wooden boat) traffic and the abras weave along the waterway while smoking some sheesha. Walk the streets of the tranquil, restored Bastakia area or take a stroll through multicultural Karma or Satwa. You’ll find this Dubai a million miles removed from the credit-card frenzy of the five-star hotels. Whatever you end up preferring, Dubai is a fascinating experiment and a city-state that’s like no other.
Economy class return Airfare (Delhi - Dubai - Delhi) on Jet Airways / Spice Jet
Return Airport TransfersDaily Breakfast
Return Airfare on Kingfisher Airlines4 Nights accommodation in Dubai. (Dubai Grand / Phoeinx Hotel Dubai / Equivalent*)
Dubai Visa Processing Fees
Dinner Dhow Cruise with Dinner
Dessert Safari with Dinner (with Dune Bashing, Belly Dance and Barbeque Dinner)
Half day Dubai City Tour.
Day 1 : Delhi - Dubai
Arrive in Dubai International Airport and meet the local tour operator. Get transferred to the Hotel. Check-in to the Hotel. Remaining day at own leisure. Enjoy an overnight stay at Hotel. 
Meals: Breakfast
Day 2 : Dubai
Breakfast in the hotel. After breakfast, you will be taken for a half day city sightseeing tour of Dubai. After lunch, enjoy a Desert Safari. End the tour with bar-be-que dinner & and overnight at the hotel. 
Meals: Breakfast & dinner
Breakfast in the hotel. After that, enjoy the day at lesure by shopping. After Lunch, go for the Dhow Cruise . End the tour with a sumptuous dinner & overnight at the hotel. 
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Day 4 : DUBAI-
Enjoy Breakfast at the Hotel. Day free at own leisure. You can opt for an optional Sightseeing Tour. Enjoy overnight stay at Hotel. 
Meals: Breakfast
Day 5 : Dubai - Delhi
: Enjoy Breakfast at the Hotel. Check-out from the Hotel and get transferred to the Airport to catch your flight back to Delhi. 
Meals: Breakfast
Tourism is crucial to Dubai's economy, which had a gross domestic product of around $90 billion last year; it supports the emirate's large retail industry as well as its hospitality sector.
Occupancy at Dubai's 599 hotels, which have 80,500 rooms combined, was 78 percent in 2012 as the number of visitors rose 9.3 percent from a year ago to 10.16 million, according to data from the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM).
Helal Almarri, director-general of the DTCM, told Reuters that the emirate was likely to have more than 160,000 hotel rooms by the end of the decade and aimed to attract 20 million tourists annually by then.
Most decisions to build hotels would not be made by the Dubai government but by private companies. However, the Dubai government is active in supporting growth of the industry by providing infrastructure, marketing the emirate overseas, adjusting visa policies for visitors and expanding the network of the state-owned Emirates airline.
Saudi Arabia, India and Russia will be the main contributors to expected growth in tourist numbers, Almarri told Reuters.
"With Emirates airline and other carriers we focus very much on extending the routes to those markets," he said.
Dubai's main airport handled 5.85 million passengers in March, up 20.6 percent from a year earlier, according to airport authorities.
"Airport capacity is not on our critical list of issues to worry about," said Almarri. "We can easily put on more flights at any time." Dubai is pressing ahead with a $7.8 billion plan to expand Dubai International Airport, and plans eventually to migrate traffic to an even bigger facility.
Traditionally, Dubai has been known for five-star hotels, but more budget hotels have been built in the last few years, appealing to a wider tourist base. Almarri acknowledged this was an important trend.
"The importance in our growth is to have a mix of hotels," he said. "Over the last five years the hotel offering in Dubai has become more diversified."
At present, hotel guests stay for an average of 3.76 nights; hotel revenue was $5.13 billion in 2012.
Almarri said that to help increase the average length of stay, Dubai would build more entertainment facilities. Plans for several theme parks have been announced in the last few months by companies backed by the government or Dubai's ruling family.
"I have every confidence that we will have over the next three to four years coming on line a significant number of tourist attractions which are purely entertainment-like theme parks," said Almarri.
Having been forced to provision heavily for bad loans following the collapse of Dubai's real estate market in 2008-2011, banks have become more prudent about financing large-scale projects. Almarri said the theme parks would be funded largely through public-private partnerships.
"Theme parks are procured rather than built in many cases, so come with their own financing packages - the rides are built elsewhere, so you will probably find that many governments around the world are encouraging exports," he said.
For tourists headed to Dubai, there are a few tourist board-type resources. These websites are all written for the visitor new to the Arab country and looking for activities, hotels, and the like.
At Dubai Tourism, you can search for hotels, apartments, and shopping. The extensive list of shopping malls (and shopping is big business here, so bring the credit cards) includes phone numbers, location and hours. There is a listing of “major events” in Dubai at any given time, and an opportunity to subscribe to a weekly newsletter. You can watch Dubai videos, see a live webcam and listen to live radio.
Dubai City Guide offers a bit more commercial --  but still helpful -- look at the city. You can see what children’s events are offered in Dubai and perhaps coordinate those to your trip with children. Dubai has an active nightlife and there’s an extensive listing of nightclubs with phone numbers, locations, hours and in some cases, reviews from other visitors.
If Dubai is just a part of your visit to the United Arab Emirates, be sure to also visit this tourist site for the UAE. Click on “tourist guide” for information on Dubai and other cities in the area you might like to visit.
Dubai is th top Notch Destination for your luxury travel and Elite stay , you can find range of hotel stays and Tourism activities.You can go to the famous Desert safari Dubai tour which is a must tour, other reccomendtaions are Evening Desert safari in Dubai, Morning Desert safari Dubai and Over night Desert safari in Dubai. 


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