Home to some of Dubai’s most iconic landmarks, Jumeirah Beach offers stunning beaches, delicious al fresco dining at The Walk, and the world’s longest Souk at Madinat Jumeirah. Hotels along the beach offer the ultimate in luxury and service too.
Whether you’re a big kid, or you’ve got little ones of your own, Dubai’s water parks offer a fun-filled aquatic adventure for everyone. Check out uphill water roller coasters, never-ending river rapids or catapult yourself down slides that travel through shark filled lagoons.
Man-made islands? Shaped like palm trees? It could only happen in Dubai. Visit the amazing Palm Jumeirah and go wild at Aquaventure Water Park, experience the Lost Chambers Aquarium and get your fill of shopping and food at The Avenues.
This port city just south of Dubai is home to many ex-pats as well as the Jebel Ali Free Zone, providing the companies situated there with a special tax-free status. The beautiful beaches and resort hotels make this a lovely place to stay whilst on holiday in Dubai.
Leave behind the desert for a different kind of breathtaking scene. This Emirate is the only one lying on the Indian Ocean and provides excellent opportunities if SCUBA diving is one of your passions. Fujairah tumbles from the peaks of the Hajar Mountains into a desert of beautiful sunset colours.
The deserts that once threatened everyone but the Bedouin are now very inviting. Desert safaris via Jeep, or the more sedate but grumpy camels, allow visitors to experience the beauty and the thrill of the desert. Resorts like the Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa offer luxurious services!
With the Burj Khalifa as the stunning backdrop, experience the magical dancing waters at the Dubai Mall. More than 6,600 lights and 25 colour projectors light up the 22,000 gallons (83,000 litres) of water that can shoot 240 feet in the air.
Best reached via a traditional wooden abra boat along the Dubai Creek, you can immerse yourself in the winding alleyways of the Bastikia Quarter. Make sure visit the various souks that specialise in spices, gold or textiles and haggle for some great prices.
Festival City, near Dubai Creek, is a 1600 acre waterfront project and offers alfresco dining, over 1,000 shops and even live music on the floating stage every Friday and Saturday night!
Shopaholic? With over 520 international brands, the stunning Mall of the Emirates might just be your style heaven. And if you fancy a little fun, Ski Dubai’s indoor ski slope lets you enjoy the thrill of snow in the heart of the desert. There’s also Dubai Mall, home to hundreds of shops and one of the world’s largest aquariums.
It’s the eat-your-heart-out part of your Dubai experience. Top chefs from all over the world will be competing for your taste buds’ attention. Street food, like a Shawarma (Arab kebab) might be the most delicious thing you’ll eat all trip.
Downtown Dubai is at the heart of the city with incredible hotels ranging from 4-7 stars, over 150 International restaurants and the biggest malls in the country if not the entire world! It’s also home to lots of world record breaking phenomena!
Dubai Marina is the largest man-made marina in the world and is situated in a district in the heart of what has become known as "New Dubai".