Posted October 4, 2017No comments | Wordwide

Dubai

Dubai is one of the most exciting, intoxicating cities in the world. Big Time has been booking clients to Dubai for many years. Through numerous visits we know where to stay, where to eat and what attractions to visit to make the very best of your stay. There is so much to see and do in this Arabian jewel.  Whether you are only in Dubai for a few days or on a two week holiday let Big Time Holiday book your perfect getaway.

Visitors are attracted by the year round sunshine, beautiful beaches, luxury shopping, world class family attractions and so much more.

Top ten things to see and do in Dubai.

Burj Khalifa – The world’s tallest building. Take a ride up to the top for an awe inspiring view.

Desert safari – Take an adrenaline fuelled 4X4 tour into the towering sand dunes.

Aquaventure – 17 fun-filled hectares of waterslides that cater for fun seekers of all ages.

Dubai Fountains – Jets of water rise 500ft up to the heavens – Has to be seen to be believed.

Dubai Creek – Take a traditional boat ride across the shimmering waters.

The Gold Souk – A taste of the old Dubai. Bargains can be found if you’re prepared to haggle.

IMG World  – An indoor amusement park packed with rides & games – Kids will love this!

Ski Dubai – An indoor ski resort complete with chair lifts, toboggan run and REAL snow!

Burj Al Arab Hotel – Take a stroll on the beach and drink in the sight of this Dubai icon.

Abu Dhabi – An exciting city where nothing stands still…except perhaps the herons in its mangroves.

When to go?

Dubai attracts visitors all year round thanks to its climate of constant sunshine and low rainfall. The prime months to visit are October to April when the temperatures are cooler. June to August is very hot but this is still a very popular time for families as holiday bargains are plentiful.

Food & drink

The range of dining options is immense and there is something for every taste and budget. Try ‘The Walk’, a one mile strip of hotels, shops and restaurants at the southern end of Jumeirah Beach for a great selection of restaurants (Gary Rhodes Twenty10 & Frankie’s Italian are two of our favourites). Although Dubai is a Muslim country, alcohol is available but by law only within the confines of a hotel. But with around 450 hotels in the emirate, some with up to 26 bars, restaurants and clubs, you won’t be short of places to have a drink.

The Dubai can also be combined perfectly with other destinations such as Abu Dhabi, Thailand, Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles, South Africa and Indonesia.

For all the best prices and advice, make Big Time Holiday your one-stop shop when planning your very own Dubai adventure.

 

Visa

Yes, Indian Citizen require a visa for travel to UAE.

Language:

Arabic

Currency:

UAE Dirham

For all the best prices and advice, make Big Time Holiday your one-stop shop when planning your very own Dubai adventure.

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