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There is More to Dubai Than Just Sky Scrapers And Gold

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Dubai is an enigmatic potpourri of various cultures. Attractive, modern architecture stands proudly alongside traditional quaint quarters, man-made islands ornate the coastline, the extravagance pulls in visitors from all over the globe. And if you think Dubai is replete with only towering sky-scrappers and gold, read on to know otherwise.

There is More to Dubai Than Just Sky Scrapers And Gold:

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Day 1. Adventureland in the Middle-Eastern Disneyland

Adventureland in the Middle-Eastern Disneyland
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Take a cab to Sahara Centre shopping mall in Sharjah. Adventureland stands as one of the best designed indoor theme parks in the region and tops the ranks as having the most innovative and highest quality thrill offered. The center has an area of 70,000 square feet, making it the largest family entertainment center in the Middle East.

Day 2. The Desert is just 20 minutes away

The Desert is just 20 minutes away
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Drive through the modernist streets of downtown Dubai and 20 minutes of drive from the centre of the city, you will experience the exotics of the Arabian Desert, the original tourist attraction of Dubai. Take a desert safari with dune bashing, quad biking and sandboarding followed by traditional barbeques, henna and camel rides. You can't ask for more!

Day 3. The Dubai's fountain is captivating

The Dubai's fountain is captivating
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The majestic Dubai fountains at the bottom of the Burj Khalifa are a sight to behold. It is a water, music and light spectacle in Downtown Dubai that is one of the city's most compelling tourist attractions. Jets shooting water 150 meters upwards, they're said to be visible from over 20 miles away

Day 4. Kite Beach is relaxing, colourful and vibrant

Kite Beach is relaxing, colourful and vibrant
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Kite surfers and spectators unite at this popular spot, situated across the way from the Al Manara Road Junction. Drop into one of the many open-air cafes and restaurants just steps from the beach, watch bikers and skaters fly by at the lovely skate park or play a game of volleyball

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Day 5. Dubai Creek is the second-largest public park in Dubai

Dubai Creek is the second-largest public park in Dubai
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You can have a barbecue, ride horses and view the beautiful gardens. The saltwater estuary is the original site where the Bani Yas tribe settled, and its waters were vital for what used to be Dubai's main forms of economy, pearl diving, and fishing. To get from Bur Dubai to Deira, try the abra, Dubai's unique, affordable floating taxi, offering great views!

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