Dubai is a city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene. Burj Khalifa, an 830m-tall tower, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to music.

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Motiongate Dubai is a Hollywood-inspired theme park located in Dubai Parks and Resorts, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, showcasing themed areas and attractions based on DreamWorks Animation, Columbia Pictures, Lionsgate, and The Smurfs.

IMG Worlds of Adventure is the world’s largest indoor theme and amusement park in Dubai, UAE. Built with four zones – IMG Boulevard, Cartoon Network, Lost Valley & Marvel.

Dune Bashing - Desert Safari

Dune Bashing - Desert Safari

Dubai desert safari in the surrounding sandy desertis a thrilling and electrifying experience. … The desert safari provides about 20 minutes of exciting dune bashing along with electrifying camp journey where you can enjoy quad biking, camel ride and sand skiing.

What to Expect in DUBAI

Language: While Arabic is the UAE’s official language, English is the language of business and is spoken by almost everyone in Dubai.

Currency: Dirham (Dhs). The exchange rate as of the time this article was written is Dhs 3.67 to USD 1.

Credit Cards and Banks: Cash is still king here. While most places accept credit cards, it’s best to always carry small change.

Climate: Summers are extremely hot in Dubai. Daytime temperatures are sometimes over 106 degrees while nights rarely fall below eighty-eight degrees. Winters are much more comfortable with temps between sixty and seventy-five degrees.

Good to Know: The minimum drinking age is twenty-one and there are areas where photography is prohibited, so watch out for signs.

Dress Code: It can get very hot in Dubai, but you should be aware of keeping your clothes more on the conservative side. Be sure to pack light layers with a few long-sleeves and full length bottoms.

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