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Dubai

Dubai was the 7th most visited city of the world based on international tourists .Dubai is expected to accommodate over 15 million tourists by 2016.

Dubai has been called the “shopping capital of the Middle East”. Dubai alone has more than 70 shopping centers, including the world’s largest shopping Centre, Dubai Mall. Dubai is also known for the traditional souk districts located on either side of its creek. Traditionally, dhows from East Asia, China, Sri Lanka, and India would discharge their cargo and the goods would be bargained over in the souks adjacent to the docks. Dubai Creek played a vital role in sustaining the life of the community in the city and was the resource which originally drove the economic boom in Dubai. As of September 2013, Dubai creek has been proposed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many boutiques and jewelry stores are also found in the city. Dubai is also referred to as “the City of Gold” as the Gold Souk in Deira houses nearly 250 gold retail shops

Dubai Creek Park in Dubai Creek also plays a vital role in Dubai tourism as it showcase some of the most famous tourist attractions in Dubai such as Dolphinarium, Cable Car, Camel Ride, Horse Carriage and Exotic Birds Shows

Other major attractions:

Burj Al Arab:

A luxury hotel, is frequently described as “the world’s only 7-star”.

Burj Khalifa:

Burj Khalifa is an 828 metres (2,717 ft) highskyscraper in Dubai, and the tallest man-made building in the world. The tower was inspired by the structure of the desert flower named as Hymenocallis. It was constructed by more than 30 contracting companies around the world with 100 nationalities of workers. It is a building icon.

Dubai Miracle Garden:

On February 14, 2013, the Dubai Miracle Garden, a 72,000-metre (236,000-foot) flower garden, opened in Dubai land. It is the world’s largest flower garden. The garden has a total of 45 million flowers with re-use of waste water through drip irrigation.

 

3 Nights-4 Days
  • Breakfast
  • Two-way airport transfers.
  • Accommodation for 3 nights in 3 star Hotel.
  • Current applicable airport taxes.
  • Round trip economy class airfare (subject to availability).
  • Desert safari with dinner and transfers (by coach).
  • Dhow Cruise with dinner and transfers (by coach).
  • Daily breakfast at hotel and Half-day city tour (by coach)
  • Day 1: Arrival in Dubai

    Welcome to the delightful city of Dubai - a land of surprises surrounded by mysterious deserts and sand dunes. Upon arrival, meet our representative outside the airport, who shall guide you to your Hotel by Coach. After check-in, spend the rest of the day as leisure. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
  • Day 2: Dubai city Tour with Dhow Cruise Dinner

    Enjoy breakfast and ,set out to explore Dubai and experience both its modern and ancient aspects. You will be visiting the magnificent Jumeirah Mosque, World Trade Center, Grand palaces, the fascinating Dubai Museum and many more. In the evening, you will go on a cruise in the traditional Dhow boat, an experience for a lifetime. On the cruise, experience the "city of Lights" and have a delicious dinner. Later, return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
  • Day 3: Dubai with Desert Safari

    After a refreshing breakfast, Ramble around and in Afternoon we will pick-up for Desert Safari from Hotel. In the evening, experience the essence of Dubai on a Desert Safari and enjoy a camel ride or Heena painting and belly dancing. Mark an end to a fun-filled day with a mouth-watering barbecue dinner And a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
  • Day 4: Departure

    Have your breakfast at hotel and visit the near-by shops to buy some gifts, and pack your bags. You will be departing today with all the excitement and memories to be shared with your friends and family when you get home.
by krishna on bhutan

this trip is the best and wonderful trip I have ever visited. I got lot of things to see and get lots of knowledge on culture and arts with technology too in Bhutan. This is very economic too.