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Man-made islands, surreal shopping arenas, and deluxe dancing fountains, this desert city is the definition of living it large. Welcome to Dubai, where glitz, glamour, and all things extraordinary rule. Luxe living at its finest, Dubai continues to push the limits as the most ambitious and futuristic city across the globe, its manmade wonders like Burj Khalifa and the artificial Palm islands a drawing card for travellers the world over. Despite all its trimmings and trappings, Dubai is more than just a playground for the affluent. A rich history dating back to prehistoric times has produced a city firmly rooted in culture, religion, and tradition. Between the city’s high rises lies a treasure trove of colourful markets, time-worn historic districts, and age-old mosques. It is this effervescent mix of past, present and future that lends Dubai its unique charm, enticing travellers to the United Arab Emirates from the world over.

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Things to do in Dubai

  • Our tips for Dubai

    Our tips for Dubai
    • Keep your lips sealed. Adopt a hands-off approach with your special someone during your time in Dubai, kissing and overt PDA’s isn’t this city’s style.
    • Dress down. Keep your more revealing outfits at home to avoid causing any offence. Locals in Dubai dress more conservatively than in most other cosmopolitan cities.
    • Shop around. This fashion capital boasts designer everything. For a more authentic shopping experience, head to the city’s souqs, open-air marketplaces full of Arabian trinkets and treasures.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit - Dubai is hot and steamy year-round. If you can, avoid the scorching, sauna-like summer months when humidity is high and temperatures average 43°Cs and opt for a visit during November to March when low 30°Cs days rule. Be warned, with the pleasant weather comes the tourists. Tourist season reaches its peak in January through to March, when cultural events and festivals like the Dubai Camel Racing and Dubai Tennis Open breathe new life into the city.
    Getting Around Navigating Dubai’s mishmash of epic high-rises and sandy streets can be testing. Here’s our travel breakdown of the best ways to find your way through this United Arab Emirates city.
    • Dubai is not a walking city. A lack of pavements, pedestrian crossings and traffic lights make travelling by foot challenging, with many opting for a licensed driver or taxi to get them from A to B.
    • Besides driving, the city’s modern transport links of metro trains and buses are your best bet. Simply pick up a rechargeable Nol Card from your local metro station or ticket office to travel on these channels.
    • Take the scenic route and cruise the creeks and rivers of Dubai. Hop on an abras, a traditional wooden boat functioning as the city’s water taxis, or board a waterbus for a budget-friendly alternative.
    Stay Safe Low crime rates make Dubai one of the world’s safest cities. However, it’s always important to apply caution and common sense during your travels. Keep these tips in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch…
    • Dubai’s streets can get a little hairy, and road fatalities are common. Be sure to take extra care when crossing roads and organise experienced drivers and licensed cab pick-ups for travelling if necessary.
    • It’s uncommon for locals to encounter females travelling solo, and at times, women can be subject to unwanted attention. Act confident, avoid lingering eye contact and surround yourself with other women where necessary to be on the safe side.
    • In an emergency, dial 999 for an English-speaking operator.