Dubai Holidays

Dubai, a city that emerged from the Persian Gulf as a dazzling metropolis, now serves as the quintessential symbol of the 21st century. Born from a small fishing village, its transformation into the capital of luxury tourism is an audacious tale that has caught the world's imagination.

Packed with architectural marvels, sweeping desert landscapes, picturesque beaches, and tantalising culinary delights, this Emirate city offers an intoxicating mix of ancient and ultra-modern. Whether you're a first-time visitor or returnee, Dubai holds a promise of unforgettable experiences.

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Things to See and Do

Dubai's thriving metropolis boasts an array of world-renowned attractions that promise to enthral all kinds of travellers. From architectural wonders to lush green paradises, there's never a dull moment in this Middle Eastern hotspot. Prepare to be mesmerised as we unveil the city's top draws.

Stand in awe of the Burj Khalifa

Dominating Dubai’s skyline at over 828 meters, the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, epitomises the city's sky-high ambitions. Aside from the panoramic views from its observation decks, the opulent Armani Hotel within the tower offers a taste of unadulterated luxury.

Experience thrill at the Wild Wadi Waterpark

Nestled in the heart of Dubai, this iconic waterpark offers heart-stopping rides and activities for all ages. Families can brave the largest wave pool in the Middle East or try their hand at surfing simulators, making every visit to Wild Wadi an unforgettable adventure.

Enter a lush oasis at The Green Planet

Dubai’s indoor rainforest is home to over 3000 plants and animals. Come face-to-face with exotic birds, reptiles, and monkeys while exploring its futuristic biodome, and immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind nature trail-inspired adventure park.

Relax in Jumeirah's luxury

Explore Dubai's version of Beverly Hills, with its extravagant villas, lavish hotels, and pristine beaches. This high-end area of Dubai offers world-class service to its discerning visitors, whether you're lounging by the beach or shopping in the nearby Mall of the Emirates.

Discover Dubai’s heritage in the Dubai Museum

Housed in the Al Fahidi Fort, the oldest building in Dubai, it narrates an intriguing tale of the city's transformation. As you journey through the centuries, you'll see how Dubai grew from a simple fishing village into the awe-inspiring metropolis we see today.

Destination Essentials

Dubai, regardless of time or season, continues to tantalise its visitors. Its tropical desert climate ensures sunshine throughout the year. However, the best time for a Dubai holiday, especially for outdoor activities, is during the cooler months from November to April.

However, if you're looking for a quieter experience and more affordable hotel prices, consider visiting from May to September. Despite temperatures soaring significantly, air-conditioned indoor attractions and facilities ensure a comfortable experience. Ramadan brings a unique charm to the city, though it's crucial to acknowledge and respect local customs during this holy period.

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