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Dubai DestinationsThere is much to see in Dubai. Beach-lovers flock to the Jumeirah district. Downtown Dubai houses the world’s tallest building (the Burj Khalifa), the world’s biggest mall (Dubai Mall) and many other high-rises and hotels. The Dubai Marina area is the place to go for restaurants and the open-air market, and you will also find the famous man-made Palm Islands which are in the shape of palm trees. For golds and textiles, Satwa is the place to be, while various other districts offer souks selling spices, gold, fabrics and Middle-Eastern delights.
Should you wish to get out of the city in your Dubai airport car rental, Abu Dhabi is a short drive from Dubai and is an opulent, wealthy location with plenty of shopping malls. The UAE also has plenty of natural attractions for a road-tripper, with huge and beautiful sand dunes, fantastic beaches on the east coast, oases in Al Ain and waterfalls galore.
Handy tips for a Dubai adventureThere are a few things to keep in mind when holidaying in Dubai. Alcohol is widely available in every emirate except Sharjah, but a liquor license (which proves you are not a Muslim) is technically required in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Ajman, although generally overlooked. Western food and shopping is widespread, but it’s well worth trying to find a more traditional Arabian experience. The month of Ramadan can be tricky, as most restaurants are closed during daytime hours, and people gather for shared meals after sundown. It is recommended that you dress modestly at all times when in public as a sign of respect for the local culture, so no low necklines or short skirts.
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