Dubai, a city that never ceases to amaze
Dubai, a city that never ceases to amaze, popularly known as the jewel of UAE , makes it in our list of Top 20 honeymoon destinations.
Famous for its oil Dubai ranks high in the list of Global exporters. Over the years, it has emerged as a cosmopolitan metropolis and a global city but, under all the glamour, it still maintains the essence of Arabia. Mainly an Islamic city it has conserved protected and preserved its traditions. A visit to Dubai to most is a subtle reminder of the fact that success doesn’t give us the right to forget our roots. It provides you with the unique opportunity to indulge your senses in the glitz and glamour of the city along with its natural beauty that is still preserved. Here you can find many of the World’s busiest market places, tallest building and experience the newest technology. On the other hand you would be surrounded with the hums of prayers from mosques, Arabic chatter and intricate Arabic writing.
Among the endless list of attractions Dubai has to offer, Burj Khalifa is what should be on the top of your list. Being the tallest man made structure in the World; this island provides you with the experience of an unparalleled 360 degree view of the city.
For the travelling shopaholics, there is the Dubai mall, which with an endless plethora of shops to choose from can rightly be called a shopper’s delight. It hosts a three storey tall aquarium, an Ice Rink, Reel Cinema and the SEGA Republic: an indoor theme park delighting its visitors with over 150 amusement games.
Another must visit attraction is the Wild Wadi Water Park. Revolving around Juha, the original Nasrudin Hodzaa, it’s a perfect place to beat the heat.
After a long day of sightseeing, couples can enjoy a quiet hot air balloon ride, revelling in the beauty of the desert. A romantic boat ride along the Dubai Creek is also a must do.
A trip to Dubai is incomplete without a visit to the Palm Jumeirah, the crown jewel of Dubai. The biggest land repossession project on the planet, the Palm Jumeirah is a group of islands arranged in such a fashion that they resemble a palm tree from above. The Palm Jumeirah offers shopping malls, hotels, water parks, restaurants, sports facilities and much more.
Being a coastal city with a hot desert climate, the Dubai summers there can be extremely hot and windy. The high humidity level can be uncomfortable to many. So winters with the ambient, pleasant temperature of 20-25 degree Celsius are the best time to visit Dubai.
The currency of Dubai is Dirham, which is approximately equivalent to 15 Indian Rupees. An India to Dubai travel can range from economical to extravagant. This trip can be planned even on a limited budget.
A word of caution, travelling to Dubai can be risky due to the very strict enforcement of drug laws. Several people have been arrested, and some sentenced to four years in prison, for “possession” of trace amounts stuck to the soles of their shoes, adhering to their clothing, or in pocket lint.
Large varieties of dishes ranging from Arabic, South Asian to Chinese are available in Dubai. Indian food is one of the most popular in Dubai. Liquor is also available although its sale is restricted and mostly limited to bars or restaurants in hotels.
Dubai has something to offer everyone.From its serene beaches to grandiose skyscrapers, it is a city adorned with breath-taking sights and places to visit. A must go destination for all the newly wed love birds; it’ll leave you imprinted with beautiful, timeless memories.