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The Ultimate Travel Guide to Dubai

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Dubai | The Early Air Way

Dubai, one of the world’s fastest growing cities is like no other city on the planet. Dubai has transformed itself over the years from a small Gulf trading center to one of the most glamorous playgrounds in the world. The city is one of the world’s most spectacular, futuristic and glitzy urban destinations. Amazing developments, such as the lovely Burj al Arab, the enormous Palm Jumeirah Island and the soaring Burj Khalifa, are proof of the current sheikhs’ will to make the city one of the world’s top destinations.

Dubai is an indulgent retreat of unsurpassed restaurants, lavish shopping malls and fairy-tale like hotels. Dubai is made up of a rich cultural blend and sharp contrasts. The city has provided the Middle East with a prototypical example of religious tolerance and political stability. The city is proof of what a progressive and peaceful regime can achieve.

There is a much more to Dubai than luxurious hotels and designer boutiques. Dubai offers a captivating old-fashioned city center that is sprinkled with exceptional old-style Arabian houses. Dubai attracts people from a range of backgrounds, including Arabs, Emirates, Indians, Arabs, Filipinos, Iranians, Americans and Europeans. This fascinating mixture of culture and language makes the city attractive to visitors from all over the world.

Things to Do

Dubai offers a dazzling array of things to do, such as visiting underwater hotels, the world’s tallest tower, buildings that spin and man-made islands. Visitors to Dubai will have no shortage of attractions and activities to partake in.

Burj Al Arab

This stunning luxurious hotel sits on its own man-made island and overlooks the Persian Gulf. Situated between Palm Island and Jumeirah Beach, Burj Al Arab has amazed architecture buffs since it opened in 1999. It features a curved glass façade that is modeled after the sails that grace Dubai’s waterways. The hotel features the tallest atrium in the world at almost 600 feet high. Some of the amenities available include private helipads, revolving beds and a complimentary Rolls-Royce. You do not have to be a guest of the hotel to enjoy it. Enjoy a meal at any one of the spectacular on-site restaurants to check out the hotel.
Burj Khalifa

This is the world’s tallest free-standing building. It also houses the highest outdoor observation deck in the world, providing breathtaking views of the city that extend all the way out to the Persian Gulf. Visitors can experience different stages in Dubai’s history by looking through special telescopes that show scenes of the city during different points in time.
Jumeirah Beach

Jumeirah Beach, offering a lively shoreline for sun-worshipers to enjoy, is undeniably Dubai’s best public beach. Those that enjoy water sports will love the turquoise, calm, waters of the Persian Gulf. Plenty of picnic and barbecue areas make Jumeirah Beach the perfect place for families to enjoy a gathering. The beach also has a children’s playground.
Getting to Dubai

The Dubai International Airport offers flights in and out of Dubai daily from all over the world. Located in the north of the city, this airport surpassed London Heathrow in 2011 as being the busiest airport in the world. For this reason, flying by a luxury private jet is the way to go when traveling to Dubai. Private jets can avoid busy Dubai International Airport by utilizing any of the five business aviation airports in the area. Private jet travel offers the flexible scheduling, privacy, exclusivity, convenience and unsurpassed comfort.


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