Dubai, one of the seven united Arab emirates of the eponymous small country on the Arabian Peninsula, really leaves an impression with all its splendour and unique buildings.Travelling to Dubai is travelling to the city of contrasts where the vibrancy of a modern metropolis and the traditional desert life are intertwined.Dubai is surrounded by endless dunes, which you simply have to see. The desert landscape that surrounds the city is beautiful. Set out on a wild ride in the dunes as part of the morning safari, while bathed in the morning sun. If you want, you can take a solo journey around the dunes either on a quad bike or a sandboard. Of course, there’ll be lots of time available for you to enjoy the desert and taking photos.To top it all off, traditional coffee and camel riding in true Bedouin style await in the end. An unforgettable view awaits in Burj Khalifa, up on the 125th floor of the world’s tallest building. Another way to enjoy the view of Dubai’s landmarks is to enter Ain Dubai, the world’s largest Ferris wheel.
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To get to the venue place, you can take one of the city bus lines, tube or railway service. All the services are comfortable to reach into the place.