Within the enriching shopping experience of The Dubai Mall come to explore one of the largest and most stunning aquariums in the world.
The world’s tallest building and one the UAE’s top attractions. The Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world and a global icon. The building represents the conceptual vision and soul of the city of Dubai and its leaders.
Dubai definitely did not disappoint and still stands tall to its architectural standards with the manmade island resembling a palm tree the Palm Jumeirah. The Palm is well developed with roads, tunnels, and public transport. Allowing visitors easy access to the various hotels, restaurants, and attractions on the island.
Traveling during the pandemic has its pros and cons, and since driving your car allows you to keep social distancing and avoid interacting with new groups of people, road trips are kicking into high gear.
Although there is no such thing as zero-risk travel, people are opting for road trips as cars carry the least risk among other methods of transportation. However, people who are desperate for far getaways are choosing to fly to their destinations.
Whether you’re traveling by car, bus, or plane, this blog will teach you how to be a responsible traveler during Covid-19.
You need a break, we need a break, everyone needs a break, and to be honest, only a trip to Dubai can do it for us. In Dubai, the city that doesn’t sleep, there is no way you will get bored.
However, before you proceed to plan for your trip, you should -for sure- take a look at the UAE’s most recent travel regulations.
For over a year now, the world has witnessed a dramatic drop in international travel due to Covid-19 complications.
Fortunately, though, as we are slowly understanding the specifics of this pandemic and gradually gaining more and more control over the spread of the coronavirus, some countries are already willing to welcome tourists and travellers from around the world.