At the heart of the old city lies the Creek, a wide saltwater inlet which divides the two main city-centre districts of Bur Dubai and Deira and provides a scenic thoroughfare for traditional wooden dhows, abras (water taxis) and the occasional ship.
Deira City Centre – also called DCC between locals – is one of the larger shopping malls in Dubai. It is located in the old area of Dubai, Deira, and is easily accessible from the metro. The mall opened in 1995 but
Get a glimpse inside the Burj Al Arab’s new members only beach club, The Terrace, plus a look at dishes on the menu at newly opened Scape Restaurant & Bar.
Located in the shadows of the iconic Burj Al Arab, Wild Wadi Waterpark continues to offer gravity-defying thrills and awesome spills. You can enjoy 30 rides and attractions, including the Wipeout and Riptide Flowriders surfing experiences.
Nestled in the man made Palm island of Dubai is the ultra luxurious Atlantis Palm resort. Boasting of 1539 rooms and suites there is one suite that literally stands above the rest. The palatial 924 square meter Royal Bridge Suite which spans the Royal towers above the signature arch of the hotel.
Mall of the Emirates opened in september 2005 and was immediately named the World’s Leading New Shopping Mall at the World Travel Awards show in London.
Boasting a fantastic location on ‘The Walk,’ a vibrant waterfront promenade in Dubai, the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dubai Jumeirah Beach hotel features 110 spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom suites, some with fully equipped kitchens and breathtaking views of the Arabian Gulf Sea and The Palm Jumeirah, an iconic man-made island.