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Dubai, the second largest Emirate in the UAE, is a modern city of compelling contrasts and boundless energy. With its modern skyline and comprehensive infrastructure, Dubai offers visitors all the benefits of a cosmopolitan city combined with the magic of ancient Arabia. It is precisely this contrast that makes it a unique destination. Dubai has a long history as a major trading hub and is the business and financial centre of the region. From a small trading port earning its living off fishing, pearl diving and small-scale agriculture, Dubai now ranks amongst the busiest hubs of trade and commerce in the region. The discovery of oil in the 1960s and the vision of its leaders have set Dubai’s growth at a staggering pace. This trading culture, together with its tax-free open market policy, means that Dubai is a shoppers’ paradise. Air conditioned malls offer the latest designer labels and electronics at competitive prices. The lively souks are full of traditional crafts and wares. Dubai is also one of the world’s great gold centres and is often referred to as the City of Gold.


  • Burj Khalifa
  • Palm Jumeirah
  • Burj al Arab Hotel
  • Dhow Cruising
  • Gold & Spice Souk
  • Dubai Museum & Al Fahidi Fort
  • Dubai Mall & Fountain Show
  • Mall of Emirates & Ski Dubai
  • Dubai Marina