Dubai & Abu Dhabi
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From $1,350.00 / person
Based on double occupancy
On a wedge-shaped island in the Arab Sea, lies the capital of the United Arab Emirates. The wide end of the wedge forms the city centre, with the picturesque corniche and its family-friendly beaches running along the coast. Despite being more conservative than its neighbouring city of Dubai, Abu Dhabi can’t seem to resist a bit of excessively flashy extravagance. Characterised by extreme opulence and unfathomable wealth, it inspires a slew of rather ridiculous superlatives. It is home to the world’s furthest leaning building, the largest indoor theme park, the fastest roller-coaster in the world, and even the largest hand-loomed carpet! What was little more than an obscure fishing village 30 years ago, is now miraculously one of the world’s most modern, state-of-the-art cities featuring rows of glitzy skyscrapers, incredibly upmarket shopping malls and world-class luxury hotels many of which offer pristine private beaches. If over-the-top attractions are what you are seeking, look no further than this mind-blowingly lavish city-state.
Set in the United Arab Emirates, the luxurious city of Dubai is synonymous with size and pushing the limits – first, largest, tallest. Aside from this, the pull of Dubai is a dreamy world of attractions and unheard of luxuries; shopping centres, nightlife and cutting-edge hotels. Famous constructions include Burj Khalifa, The Palm, Burj Al Arab, The World Island. Although Dubai strictly safeguards its traditional practices, it allows space for other religions to breathe, a rare quality amongst the conservative Arab world. The combination of all this means Dubai has emerged as a cosmopolitan metropolis, a global city and a travel, business and cultural hub of the Middle East.