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Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates, known for its luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene. Tour Packages to Dubai is sure to take your breath away while exploring the tradition and Islamic culture of Dubai. 

Shop till you drop at Dubai Mall, and while you're here enjoy the world's largest musical fountain show and the city's most popular free tourist attraction. Enjoy an unforgettable dining experience at the authentic Bedouin camp, feel vertigo from the 830m skyscraper Burj Khalifa - the world's tallest man-made structure and snap some photos at the Abu Dhabi main attraction such as Great Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Museum, Dubai Frame and much more. If you are interested, you can find the first gold-plated vending machine that was in the lobby of the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi.

Seeing what it has become today, it's hard to imagine Dubai was once a fishing village. From a sleepy village of a small cluster of settlements near the Dubai Creek, Dubai has now acquainted itself into magazines after magazines, features after features for those looking for a luxurious holiday trip. Geographically speaking, Dubai is also a gateway for you to see the world. Ideally situated at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, getting to your destination would most likely for you to transit in Dubai. Making Dubai International Airport one of the busiest airports in the world. Today, Dubai is not just a transit for some. It is now a travel destination for the many. For travellers seeking delights like no other and for the eccentrics looking to find new ways to entertain, welcome to Dubai.

Dubai has it all. Literally. From its glittering skyscrapers to its sweeping sand dunes, Dubai is a multi-cultural metropolis that is awe-inspiring whichever way you put it. With world-class shopping experience (and not to mention the world’s largest shopping mall as well), snowy indoor slopes for skiing, the world’s tallest tower, beautiful beaches, and even man-made islands. And away from the glitz dan glam, you can still roll with the bedouins in the desert when you drive or ride camels along the glittering dunes. Here are some things you can do in Dubai:

Shopping Spree Galore
From traditional open-air markets to vast modern shopping centres, you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to shopping in Dubai. Whether you’re looking to up your fashion game with designer brands or pick up some old Middle Easter classic at its historical souk, Dubai is a game-changer when it comes to a unique shopping experience. 

For those looking for the colours and patterns, on the opposite side of the bank of Dubai Creek from the main souk district in Bur Dubai, the Textile Souk is the place to visit for rich materials. Cotton, satins, silks and tailor-made clothing can be found here. Tens of thousands of patterns and colours of material are scattered throughout the many stalls. This place too is buzzing with its timeless bargaining banter. 

For the extravagant, Dubai offers more than than just your average shopping malls. Right next to the Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Mall is the biggest mall in the world! Beating its own record in 2018 by adding an extension and getting even larger. With over 1,200 retail stores spread over an area the size of 50 football pitches, the Dubai Mall has something for everyone. For entertainment, Dubai Mall offers an indoor theme park, an ice rink, a huge indoor waterfall, a choreographed outdoor fountain and the giant Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo.

Skyscrapers and Architecutrial Marvel On Overdrive
There is certainly no shortage of sky-high buildings in Dubai. From afar and under Dubai's hot weather, the shimmering skyscrapers look like a mirage. Dubai’s architectural achievements is a statement of this ambitious city becoming a great commercial centre and a modern city. If you're travelling to Dubai, you can't run away from its city skyline. The city skyline IS the city!

With the world’s tallest building in the world (the Burj Khalifa at 828m) as its crown jewel, you can also find similar, if not equally stunning, structures such as the tallest hotel (the JW Marriott Marquis at 355m) and the tallest residential building (the Princess Tower at 413m). 

Dubai Frame is also one of the newer addition to the city’s skyline and represents a remarkable engineering feat. Situated in Dubai’s Zabeel Park and directly between old and new Dubai, the towering structure offers sweeping panoramic views of the city from 150m high. One of its most amazing features is the state-of-the-art clear glass bridge connecting parallel vertical towers to create the shape of a picture frame. 

Once  The Sun Goes Down
After dark, Dubai seems like a city filled with shape-shifting party spectrum caters for just about every taste, budget and age group. From flashy dance temples, sleek rooftop terraces and sizzling beach concerts under the stars, Dubai delivers hot-stepping odysseys. 

You can go on a Desert Safari. During dusk, you get to experience the adventure and thrill of cruising the sandy desert of the desert and at night, you'll be enjoying live entertainment and delicious food. Desert safaris in Dubai also gives you the opportunity to learn about Emirati traditions as you get to dress in traditional attire and indulge in Arabic foo, with BBQ, falconry, a camel ride and sandboarding all included.

Dubai Creek also offers magical views of the city on a cruise while enjoying exquisite dining. Drive along Dubai Creek, the lifeline and pulse of the city, and make your evening extra special with this stunning dinner cruise. 

Important Things To Note About Dubai
Currency – Dirham (DH)
Languages Spoken – Arabic Language
Time Zone – GMT+4
Calling Code – ++971

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Do I need a visa to enter Dubai? 

Yes, Malaysian citizen requires a visa to visit Dubai or any part of the UAE. However, you can do your visa on arrival in Dubai free of charge for a maximum stay of 30 days. Just don't forget to bring your passport.

What is the currency used in Dubai? 

In Dubai, you will be using Dhiram or DH as the currency.

What is the best month to visit Dubai? 

Sitting right in the middle of the desert, the difference of seasons in Dubai is just hot and dry season (sometimes it is just hot as opposed to really, really hot). The best month we would say in November through to March to see bright blue skies and what some might consider being ideal beach-going weather. What’s more, the much loved Dubai Shopping Festival is held during January-February.

What is the best way to get around Dubai? 

Dubai Metro is definitely the cheapest and easiest ways to get around Dubai. The Dubai Metro is unlike many around the world as most of its rails are above ground, providing passengers with scenic views of Dubai. Taxis too is an option for you as there is no shortage of cabs that can be hailed off the streets.

Is travelling to Dubai safe? 

Yes, yes, yes. Dubai is incredibly safe to travel to. Seriously. That’s not to say crime does not exist. Just be wary of scammers and keep an eye on your surroundings. But in general, Dubai is safe to travel to.

What is the plug type used in Dubai? 

For Malaysians, we do not need to worry. Dubai uses the same type of plugs that we use in Malaysia. Dubai uses the plug type is G, which is the plug that has three rectangular pins. Dubai operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.

Can I travel to Dubai only speaking English? 

Although Arabic is the official language of the UAE, English is the most spoken language in Dubai. English is spoken in all hotels, on public transport, taxis, shops, malls, etc.

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