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Welcome to Dubai! A city of world records, traveler’s dream, a shopper’s fantasy, city of cosmopolitan and a city of ancient art & culture. Either you begin the tour in a group in the morning or make your own exclusive tour at your preferred time. Dubai has so much to offer including the award winning attractions of the Islamic Modern Art, fabulous museum, breath-taking skyscrapers, outstanding water parks, man-developed Islands and the luxurious hotels, resorts and shopping malls.

Start your tour with the very famous and historical Dubai Creek, the area where Sheikh Maktoum Bin Butti settled the kingdom in 1833 with around 800 members of his tribe known as BaniYas. Dubai creek was a natural harbor, later established as a centre for the fishing, sea trade and tourist attractions. Dubai Creek, also known as Old Dubai, is the hub of the city’s trade, which has divided the city into two main sections, namely Deira and Bur Dubai. Historically, Dubai creek also served as a port for dhows and was primarily the source of pearl industry in Dubai. The development of Jabel Ali Port has minimized the importance of Dubai Creek although Port Saeed still exists along the creek to provide the trading facilities in the region and in the subcontinent. The other attractions in Dubai Creek are the Dhow Cruise that offers fabulous sightseeing facilities around the Dubai Creek area and the water taxis used as a means of transportation to connect Bur Dubai and Deira.

Throughout the tour, your cicerone will point out the most popular and fascinating site, Dubai Museum. This is located in the Al Fahidi Fort and is the only existing oldest building in Dubai. The Dubai Museum was built on 1787 AD and opened for public and visitors in 1971 AD. The Dubai Museum presents all the traditions, lifestyle; local antiquities and artifacts used in ancient Dubai. These have reflected numerous dioramas showing the daily life and trade in the city before the discovery of oil. Once you enter the gallery, you will be amazed with the presentation of ancient shops filled with craftsmen, vendors, buyers, a carpenter, an iron smith, a textile vendor and other lifestyles reflected with realistic sounds and life-size videos. In the other side of the Museum, you will be exposed to the largest diorama reflecting the huge scene of the building of a dhow, scenes of marine life and seafaring equipment. The most attention-grabbing part of the museum is the presentation of dioramas with the sounds, visual effects and electronic guides. This is definitely an unforgettable and memorable experience of life time.

Your city tour continues towards the popular Dubai Gold Souk & Spice Souk (optional), a traditional market located in the Deira. To reach the traditional market, you can use the Abra (Water Taxi) from Bur Dubai or use the same guided vehicle that you have been provided by your tour operator. The Souk Market comprises over 300 retailers that trade jewelries and it also plays a vital role on Dubai’s financial system. It is said that India is the largest buyer of gold and Switzerland is the largest supplier. Souk market can present a minimum of 10 tons of gold at any given time and has sold around 7.5 tons of gold in different ways during the Dubai Shopping Festival between January to February. The Spice Souk is adjacent to the Gold Souk which offers a variety of fragrances, spices, shisha and many herbs used in Arabic and South Asian cuisines.

Along the Sheikh Zayed Road you will see the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa, along with other skyscrapers which are also the other fascinating parts of Dubai. After a few minutes’ drive on Sheikh Zayed Road, you can settle along the Burj Al Arab, the most luxurious hotel in the World plus the view of Jumeirah Beach – take some memorable photos of this beautiful site you’ll surely can’t resist. You will now head towards MadinatJumeirah, a luxurious 5 star resort, located just 1 km away from the private beachfront adjacent to Jumeirah Beach Hotel, BurjAl Arab and Wild Wadi Water Park. Madinat Jumeirah reflects the Arabian Architecture and comprises three luxurious hotels including Mina A ’Salam; Al Qasr; and Dar Al Masyaf, known as traditional Arabian summer house.

Next you will see the Palm Jumeirah, the largest man-made archipelago (Island) in the world owned by Nakheel and designed and developed by HHCP architects. The Palm Jumeirah consists of numerous world class hotels, resorts and residences including The Atlantis, The Fairmont Palm Hotel & Resort, Royal Club, Oceana, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Rixos the Palm Dubai, The Residences Palm Jumeirah and many more. The next stop is the popular and impressive Atlantis, The Palm, one of the most luxurious hotels in Dubai. The magnificent resort comprises 1500 spacious rooms and suites all designed with Arabic influences and overlooking spectacular views of the Persian Gulf or The Palm. The resort also offers underwater suites, overlooking the ocean and view into the Ambassador Lagoon. The other attraction of the Atlantis is the 17 ha (42 acres) Aquaventure water park that offers 12 different water slides including cascades, tidal waves and rapids. The lost chamber is an underwater zoo that consists over 65,000 water species. Across the Aquaventure water park, there is the Dolphin Bay, a 4.5 ha dolphin education and conservation centre. Now we head towards the shoppers’ fantasy, The Mall of the Emirates, the second largest shopping mall in UAE. Mall of the Emirates is a property owned by Majid Al Futtaim which features more than 500 international brands and 700 stores. It covers 234,479 sq. m. leasable area that includes departmental stores, fashion, sports, lifestyle, electronics, Snow Park, theatre and international standard restaurants and cafes. You will be exposed to the Ski Dubai, the first indoor ski resort and snow park in Middle East. You can shoot memorable photos with friends and family from outside of the snow park and travel towards the largest shopping mall in the World, the Dubai Mall. Dubai mall is the largest mall in the Dubai and 14th largest mall in the world by gross leasable area. It comprises over 1,200 retail shops and outlets. The Dubai Mall has a total internal floor area of 5.9 million square feet (55ha). It boasts Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, Dubai Ice Rink, SEGA Republic, 250 rooms in the luxury hotel, 22 cinema halls, 120 restaurants and cafés, and 14,000 car parking spaces. The Dubai Mall is the entrance to the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountain. You have an opportunity to oversee the Burj Khalifa and Dubai fountain and there will also be a lot of favorable circumstances for taking photos. In the evening, we advise you to visit and enjoy the magnificent view of the Dubai Fountain, the world’s largest dancing fountain. Last but not the least, you will also witness the world’s tallest buildings, famous hotels, media centers, business communities on the highway of Sheikh Zayed Road where your tour guide will give you little bit of history before you are dropped back to your hotel.

Whether you are travelling on leisure or on business, Dubai City Tour is the best way to explore the city on your preferred time. This fascinating city, popularly known as the city of world records, has too much to offer (and that’s an understatement) that perfectly suits what visitors, travel writers, adventure lovers, businessmen and the holiday makers are after.