Dubai is a city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture, and a lively nightlife scene. Burj Khalifa, an 830m-tall tower, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to music. On artificial islands just offshore is Atlantis, The Palm, a resort with water and marine-animal parks.
Iconic Burj Al Arab, a sail-shaped hotel, is near the public Jumeirah Beach, a popular stretch of sand. Of the many enormous shopping centers, Dubai Mall has an Olympic-size ice-skating rink, while Mall of the Emirates features the indoor slopes of Ski Dubai. Prestigious international restaurants and outdoor and building-top nightclubs abound. Traditional gold, spice, and textile souks are located around Dubai Creek, where Dubai’s past as a sleepy fishing village is on view in Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, a restored quarter of late-1800s houses with wind towers, and at Dubai Museum, housed in the 18th-century Al Fahidi Fort.
The tallest skyscrapers, fastest cars, hottest parties and fanciest hotels. Water sports, sand sports and air sports. Frenzied shopping extravaganzas, glitzy malls and traditional souks. A beautiful coastline and an exotic desert. All this is one city. All this is Dubai. Whether it’s a family holiday with the kids or a quick business trip, a romantic getaway with your significant other or a raucous holiday with your friends, Dubai promises a fun-filled, unique experience for every kind of traveller. Dubai is one of the seven emirates of the UAE. In recent times, it’s seen a large influx of travellers which has made it develop into a thriving tourist hotspot. Unparalleled shopping experiences draw thousands to the city every year, as do the promise of adventure sports. The city-state is divided into many districts, mostly on the basis of settlements. Little India and Little Manila refer to colonies highly populated with Indians and Filipinos respectively. These areas have shops and restaurants that cater to the inhabitants’ tastes. Many describe Dubai as flamboyant, glitzy and modernized. There is, however, a more traditional side to the city, especially during Ramadan, when the Emiratis proudly perform their song and dance.
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