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Dubai traces its history back 5000 years and is one of seven sheikhdoms forming the United Arab Emirates. The abundant freshwater supply and its easy access to the Persian Gulf & Arabian Sea made it a pivotal stop in for land and maritime trade routes. Pearl-diving was a thriving industry here as warm, still gulf waters yielded some of the world’s finest specimens. But the Great Depression and a growing market for cultured pearls handcuffed the industry until it nearly died out. Always the survivor, Dubai recovered by promoting its duty-free trade zone and becoming one of the economic Goliaths of Middle East.

Dubai Museum

The Dubai Museum, accommodated in the AI Fahidi Fort on the Bur Dubai side of Dubai Creek, is a must see destination. Thought to be the city's oldest building, the fort was both the residence of Dubai's rulers and the seat of government until it was retired as a museum in 1971. Aerial photographs on display show the city's phenomenal growth over the years. Several nautical items are displayed in the courtyard, including a Shasha- a small palm- frond fishing boat like those still used on the UAE's east coast. A collection of antique Khanjars (daggers with curved sheaths) and a complete grave from the Al Qusais archaeological site are the highlights. Multimedia and interactive displays touch on everything from traditional and modern methods of water conservation to a presentation of the city's development.

Mall of Emirates

The Mall of the Emirates is a shopping mall in the Al Barsha district of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The ultimate leisure, entertainment and shopping resort opened in September 2005. Strategically located in the heart of what is now deemed ‘New Dubai’, this 223,000 square metre centre offers a full range of shopping, leisure, and entertainment.

Mall of the Emirates features 472 international brands, including department, fashion, lifestyle, sports, electronics and home furnishing stores, the largest Carrefour in the city and over 60 outlets that are unique to the centre. The compelling family leisure offerings include a Magic Planet family entertainment area, a 14-screen multiplex cinema, the world-renowned Ski Dubai, the Mall's 500-seat DUCTAC community theatre and accompanying arts centre, and 70 coffee shops and restaurants.


City of Dubai is a haven for the food connoisseurs as there is a restaurant dedicated to almost all major cities of the world. From typical Arabian to the spicy Indian as well as the exotic Far Eastern to Continental, restaurants mushroom up in this land faster than one can savor the delicacies. The eateries combine the best food with the right ambience at a much affordable price. Most the restaurants are listed in the city information guides and booking your seats well in advance is highly recommended.

Wild Wadi (Water park sports)

Wild Wadi Dubai or Wild Wadi Water Park is acclaimed as one the top ten Dubai attractions. It is ideally located in Jumeirah, very close to the Burj Al Arab. The park has several options for entertainment and fun. A wave pool, along with several water slides as well as artificial surfing machines are there and it has one of the largest water slides that are located in the region. Two gift shops operate in the theme park from where the guests can collect their souvenirs and gift items. There are three restaurants and several snack stands as well. The park is available to host corporate and family events too. You can spend an entire day with your family and friends while having loads of entertainment and fun here.

Dubai Mall

The Dubai Mall is the world's largest shopping mall based on total area and sixth largest by gross leasable area. It is the largest shopping mall in Dubai, includes 1,200 shops and located in the Downtown Burj Dubai area on Doha St, off Defense Roundabout. The Dubai Mall was opened in November 2008 and truly has to be seen to be believed and it’s a place in which you can spend an entire day to shop, be entertained and eat. The mall is open daily from 10:00 am till midnight.

If you visit, have a look at one of the largest fish tanks in the world Dubai Aquarium, buy some books at Kinokuniya BookWorld, walk through the Gold Souk Area, have a look at the Indoor Waterfall, watch a movie at Reel Cinemas, get an adrenaline fix at Sega Republic, and go for a quiet coffee at The Grove or head next door to Souk Al Bahar after your shopping expedition and have a meal overlooking the Burj Dubai Lake while watching the Dubai Fountain. After 04 January 2009, you'll also be able to head to the Burj Dubai observation deck for a spectacular view over Dubai. There are information kiosks everywhere in the mall, with helpful attendants to answer your questions and information brochures with maps and a list of shops.

Gold Souk

Souqs are Arabian open-air markets, with folks hawking textiles, spices, kitchen wares, clothes and henna. The celebrated Gold Souq of Deira, with its intricate wooden lattice archway and windows filled with glittering gold attracts buyers throughout the world. It certainly lives up to Dubai's nickname, the 'City of Gold’ is well earned as any type of gold jewelery, in any color, the craftsmen can coax from the metal can be yours at a price. The narrow streets are lined with shop windows glinting with ornaments made in 22 and 24 carat gold. Along the slightly larger lanes of the gold souk, each shop window is crammed with gold necklaces, rings, bangles, ear rings and brooches. Gold prices here are among the lowest in the world

Irish Village

The Irish Village, one of Dubai's best loved restaurants is set in a mock village with a large paved courtyard. The fountains, trees, outdoor picnic style seating and cobblestones create an atmosphere of relaxation in an otherwise bustling city. Drinks are always flowing, and Irish Car Bombs are clearly the favorite. Food favourites include traditional fish and chips, and bangers and mash - alongside Irish delights such as Irish stew or colcannon. Find impeccable cuisine in a cosmopolitan century village setting.

Jebel Ali (Horse Racing)

The Jebel Ali Racecourse is situated 15 minutes from the city of Dubai on the main Dubai to Abu Dhabi Road, beside the Emirates Golf Club. It is a right handed horseshoe shaped track of 2200 metres (racing distance) with a 900 metre run into the finish. It has a 1400 metre straight course. Surface is a mixture of sand and oil and is well known for its steep European style finish and the 'Garden Party' like atmosphere.

Jumeirah Beach

Jumeira Beach, named after the Jumeirah district of Dubai, is a stretch of beach ten miles south of Dubai where developers are creating large hotel resorts and luxury housing. Also built here is the Burj Al Arab Hotel (Arab Tower). Enjoy the warm water, white sands and relaxing sunrise and sunset with your family and friends. Jumeirah Beach is adjacent to the Dubai Marina.