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Dubai has emerged as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. A unique travel experience, the city has seen huge amounts of investment in its tourism infrastructure and now offers some of the finest cultural attractions anywhere in the world, bringing together a diverse range of fine dining experiences, art collections and museum artifacts. The city’s location means it is also perfectly situated for anyone looking to experience the allure of the surrounding desert landscape.
Dubai has excellent accommodation options - with several world-famous hotels calling the city home. However, those visiting for a longer period of time - perhaps on a business trip, may wish to consider checking into a serviced apartments, as these offer a kind of home-from-home which is far more conducive to a professional environment. Thesqua.re offer a range of such properties, ranging from luxury apartments to functional corporate housing. Each offering features a tastefully decorated interior, with a host of mod cons and full kitchen facilities - ideal for those looking to self-cater on a longer trip.
Visitors to Dubai really are spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do. Many first time visitors will find themselves content simply wandering around the various plazas, shopping malls and marvelling at the incredible architecture. Of course, there’s also the stunning beachfront to enjoy, which is dotted with bars and restaurants giving the whole place an exciting and dynamic atmosphere.
Dubai is also famous for its diverse range of tourists attractions. Visitors can find themselves visiting an urban zoo one minute, before jetting off on a speedboat ride the next. The city caters for all tastes, so whether you want a relaxing stroll around a museum showcasing ancient artifacts, or are looking to enjoy a rooftop cocktail party, you will find that Dubai has somewhere to accommodate.
Another selling point is the opportunity to explore the surrounding deserts - a unique and beautiful landscape with surprisingly diverse wildlife. Visitors can enjoy a traditional camel trek to a natural oasis, or rent a quad bike for some high speed adventuring. There’s also plenty of extreme sports, like dune surfing, which can only be done in the desert.
Dubai has a huge selection of restaurants with cuisine from all over the world represented. The city is particularly noteworthy for its fine dining, with places like Rhodes W1, The Cavendish Restaurant and STAY by Yannick Alléno establishing the Dubai’s reputation as a truly world class destination for gastronomy. For something a little more informal, there’s also places like Wavebreaker, Little Miss India and Salero Tapas & Bodega as well as plenty of fast food and takeout places.
Dubai is famous for its incredible shopping and retail facilities. The Dubai Mall is one of the largest shopping complexes in the world, with over 1,200 retailers and services under one roof. The building is so big it even contains its own aquarium! There’s also the Mall of the Emirates, with hundreds of cutting edge stores as well as an indoor ski slope. Those seeking fashion bargains also have the option of the Dubai Outlet Store, on Dubai Al-Ain Road.
The Dubai Fountain is one of the most photographed places in the city and a must-see for first time visitors. There are also several other architectural highlights to marvel at, including the notorious Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. Those visiting with family may wish to visit the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, which offers incredible views of rare and exotic marine life.The Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo. The Al Fahidi Historical District is also a must for those looking to explore the city’s history.
There are plenty of options when it comes to getting around in Dubai, thanks to the city’s excellent public transport services. The automated metro system is a quick and easy way of getting around the central areas, whilst also affording fantastic views of the city. There is also a tram service covering Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Lakes Towers. Alternatively, several bus services operate across all the main regions of the city. For those looking to explore the coast, there’s also the option of water buses, which run along Dubai Marina or the Dubai Water Canal.
Dubai has a thriving and multifaceted economy comprised of engineering, manufacturing, gold, IT and Finance. Nakheel Properties and Emaar Properties are two of the largest employers in the city’s burgeoning construction sector, whilst Emirates Global Aluminium is a major manufacturer headquartered locally. Other major companies in Dubai include Emirates Group, Chalhoub Group, Jumeirah Group and DP World.