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Dhow Cruise Dubai

Dubai makes a very pretty picture from the sea. In the evenings the sight of the illuminated city is particularly beautiful. Cruising the creek in one of the traditional dhows for a romantic evening experience by itself.
Dubai Hot Air Balloon

There is no better way to view the amazing desert landscape and the awesome desert dawn than from the vantage point of a gently floating hot air balloon!
Dubai Shopping Festival

Dubai has been called the "shopping capital of the Middle East."[84], as well as the shopping paradise of the world. Dubai alone has more than 70 shopping malls, and the worlds largest shopping mall, Dubai Mall. The city draws large numbers of shopping tourists from countries within the region and from as far as Eastern Europe, Africa and the Indian Subcontinent. Dubai is known for its souk districts. Souk is the Arabic word for market or place where any kind of goods are brought or exchanged. Traditionally, dhows from the Far East, China, Sri Lanka, and India would discharge their cargo and the goods would be bargained over in the souks adjacent to the docks.[85] Dubai's most atmospheric shopping is to be found in the souks, located on either side of the creek, where bargaining is part of the buzz.

Dubai Mega Structures

Tourism in Dubai is an important part of the Dubai government's strategy to maintain the flow of foreign cash into the emirate. Dubai's lure for tourists is based mainly on shopping and hotels but also on its possession of other ancient and modern attractions. As of 2007, Dubai was the 8th most visited city of the world.[81] Dubai is expected to accommodate over 15 million tourists by 2015[82] Dubai is the most populous emirate of the seven emirates of United Arab Emirates. It is distinct from other members of the UAE in that revenues from petroleum and natural gas account for only 6% of its gross domestic product. A majority of the emirate's revenues are from the Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZ) [83] and now, increasingly, from tourism.