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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

The seven UAE emirates is a myriad of rich civilization and religious beliefs. It’s surreal architecture, well-maintained forts and artistic museums make UAE, a land of infinite opportunities to explore. Every emirate has its own unique identity which is irresistible for travellers. UAE tourism has taken a leap in the last decade making it one of the world's hottest destinations to visit.

Dubai

An emirate of innovative wonders

Dubai is the most famous state or emirate of UAE. The skyline of Dubai maps out the unrealistic achievements of this cosmopolitan. From shopping to beach activities to adventurous tasks to blooming flowers in the desert, you and your family are sure to have a spectacular holiday. Dubai roars with luxury anthems.

Abu Dhabi

A maze of culture, deserts and contemporary architectonics

Abu Dhabi is booming with visitors. Embellished with extravagant resorts, celestial escapes, herons on mangroves and unrealistic museums, Abu Dhabi has a class edge to its identity.

Sharjah

Cultural hub of UAE

The very conservative Sharjah expects you to survive without beer for 2-3 days so that it can enrich you with its heritage abundance. UNESCO has declared Sharjah Capital of Islamic Culture. Sharjah Heritage Area and Mleiha Archeological site are the best examples of heritage restoration. A drive by a rental or shuttle service from Dubai is a good option to reach Sharjah. A row of cannons welcomes visitors at the spectacular Sharjah Fort. And your kids can have a fun time at Al Qasba too. You should visit The Rain Room in Sharjah to know how can you remain dry in the rain. Calligraphy enthusiasts can have their best time at Sharjah Calligraphy Museum and eL Seed Calligraffiti.

Local culture & heritage

Emirati Clothing

Emirati national dress is a symbol of pride and identity that has been designed with the dual intent of providing comfort and adhering to religious beliefs.

In Dubai, men wear an ankle-length, loose-fitting garment made of white cotton, known as a kandora or dishdasha. A ghutrah covers the head and is held in place by the agal, a type of black cord. This garment was originally used to protect the face from the harsh desert environment

Emirati food

Do you know your karak from your chebab? Can you tell your lugaimat from your labneh? While Dubai is renowned for incredible dining options, local Emirati cuisine stands apart. Make your way to some of the many Emirati restaurants and sample the delicious dishes on offer.

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Discover the mountain Area

Escape to nature at this scenic Dubai exclave. Find out how to get to Hatta

Located around 130km south-east of central Dubai, the mountain town of Hatta was once known for its historic fort and small desert farms, but now attracts a wide range of adventure enthusiasts too. Pack your camping gear for a trek through the unforgettable dreamlike landscapes and take it all in, from mountain biking at Hatta Wadi Hub to honey harvesting at the Hatta Honey Bee Garden.

Discover Al Marmoom

mbark on a desert adventure in the expansive Al Marmoom Desert Conservation Reserve. Spanning around 10% of the emirate of Dubai, it is the UAE's largest unfenced nature reserve where visitors are welcome to venture through the sands, go cycling amid the dunes or enjoy a picnic in the wild.

Shopping

Shop the Arabian way in Dubai

Indulge in ultimate retail therapy at high-end shopping malls and charming souks. Explore Dubai's traditional souks and markets to find a world of fragrances, fashion, jewellery and more.

A trip to Dubai isn't complete without a trip to the famous Gold Souk, one of the oldest and most fascinating traditional markets in the emirate. Whether you’re just browsing, or genuinely on the hunt for even the slightest amount of precious gold, walk through the glittering Gold Souk to find designs from around the world crafted in a variety of carats.

Experiences

Eat & Drink

Arabian Tea House The first authentic Emirati restaurant to open its doors in Dubai, in the city's historic Al Fahidi neighbourhood, and has been a trailblazer for karak chai in the city ever since. Since opening in 1997, the tea house has become somewhat of an institution, and no visit here is complete without sampling the famous karak.

Sights & Attractions

The Dubai Fountain

The fountains come to life every 30 minutes from 6pm, daily. The colourful, illuminated jets sways in time to a range of melodies, which will leave you spellbound. Some popular tracks include Michael Jackson's Thriller, Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman's Time to Say Goodbye, and Power by Korean pop band EXO.

Located at the foot of the Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Fountain Boardwalk allows visitors to get even closer to the spectacle, strolling the 272m floating platform – just nine metres from the fountains.

Events & Festivals in UAE

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13 APRIL 2021 to 13 MAY 2021

Experience Dubai during the holy Month

Ramadan 2021
, UAE

1 MAY 2021 to 14 MAY 2021

Ramadan Night Market at Dragon Mart

Ramadan 2021
, UAE

MARCH 2021 to 1 JUNE 2021

Explore Dubai with Secret City Trails

Discover a new side of the city While Solving riddles with this interactive tour

SUN, 16 MAY to 19 May 2021

Arabian Travel Market (ATM)

Attend the leading international event for the Middle East's travel industry

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