Arrive at Dubai International Airport. Transfer to hotel.
Spend the day at leisure. Overnight at the hotel.
Proceed for a city tour of Dubai - the tour includes a visit to Dubai Museum that is housed within the 18th century, Al Fahidi Fort. It displays arts and artefacts reflecting the ancient history and lifestyle of traditional Arabs. An ideal illustration of a blend of outstanding Islamic and contemporary architecture, Jumeirah Mosque is another popular point of interest covered in the itinerary.
For a peep into the glitzy side of Dubai, our itinerary further comprises of a photo-stop at phenomenal attractions of the city such as Burj Al Arab Hotel – the world's first seven-star hotel that is especially noted for its distinctive silhouette resembling a billowing sail. The journey ends with a drive through Sheikh Zayed Road that has imposing skyscrapers lined on its either side.
In the evening enjoy dinner on Dhow Cruise. You can experience the romance of sailing on one of these graceful wooden vehicles with our special Dhow Cruise Dinner package. Overnight at the hotel.
Dubai's Al Fahidi Fort is situated at the south of Dubai Creek, at the Al Souk Al Kabir area which teems with vigorous trade and is close to the Ruler's Court (the monarch's divan). It was built back in 1787, about 200 years ago, as the premises of the monarch and a fort of defence, since it sat on the border of the urban Dubai at the time. Later on, this fort turned into an arsenal for artillery and weapons. It was also used as a prison for the outlaws. This fort was renovated during the reign of the late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum.
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is one of the most world's luxurious hotels with an underwater aquarium restaurant, gold leaf interiors & more. One of Dubai’s most famous tourist landmarks, the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah often stands among the top five – if not the absolute peak – of the world’s most iconic hotels. Since its opening in late 1999, the hotel with its distinctive sail-shaped silhouette, has thrust Dubai onto the global luxury tourism landscape. Built on a triangular man-made island reclaimed from the sea, the hotel and its billowing sail-like structure rise 321 metres above the sea, offering panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf.
Around 5 km south of the Creek, the upwardly mobile suburbs of modern Dubai begin in spectacular style with the massed skyscrapers of Sheikh Zayed Road and the huge Downtown Dubai development: an extraordinary sequence of neck-cricking high-rises which march south from the landmark Emirates Towers to the cloud-capped Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. This is the modern city at its most futuristic and flamboyant, and perhaps the defining example of Dubai’s insatiable desire to offer more luxury, more glitz and more retail opportunities than the competition, with a string of record-breaking attractions which now include not just the world’s highest building but also its largest mall, tallest hotel and biggest fountain.
Spend the morning at leisure to explore the city on your own. You can shop at sprawling malls like the Dubai Mall or Mall of the Emirates.
In the afternoon, proceed to enjoy the most popular desert safari by a four-wheel-drive car followed by an exciting belly dance show with dinner. The orange sunset makes the perfect backdrop for many memorable family photographs. If the swanky vehicle seems too modern, take a camel ride. You can also indulge in a spot of henna design and sheesha. A barbecue dinner will be served under a starlit Arabian sky while a belly dancer entertains you with her sultry moves. Overnight at the hotel.
Shopaholics will rejoice at The Dubai Mall - one of the world’s largest destination for shopping, entertainment and leisure located next to the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Featuring over 1,200 retail stores, two anchor department stores and hundreds of food and beverage outlets, The Dubai Mall covers more than 1 million sqm – an area equivalent to 200 football pitches. But that's not all, The Dubai Mall is the ultimate family entertainment destination with The Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, the Olympic-sized Dubai Ice Rink, children’s ‘edutainment’ concept Kidzania and a massive indoor cinema complex - just some of the ways to keep everyone busy.
Desert Safari in Dubai is an enthralling tour of the vast and spectacular desert in the UAE. While on the tour, sit at the top of a dune to catch the stunning orange sunset and take a few moments to collect your thoughts, before returning to the car to bounce up and down dunes with exhilarating speed. The tours end in a remote camp, with camel rides, traditional decoration and live entertainment.
Check-out from the hotel. Transfer to Dubai International Airport.
ibis Styles Dubai Jumeira is perfect for both corporate and leisure travelers, thanks to its prime location and easy accessibility. Guests staying in its 191 rooms and executive suites will enjoy its modern and chic interiors, plus premium in-room amenities including flat screen TV, personal safe box, minibar, IDD phone and much more. A fully-equipped gym and temperature-controlled indoor swimming pool are available for guests who wish to relax and rejuvenate within the comfort of the hotel. Just 12 km from Dubai International Airport, the hotel offers convenient access to Dubai's major business hubs & leisure attractions, such as Dubai World Trade Centre, Jumeirah Mosque, Burj Khalifa tower and upcoming Etihad Museum. Numerous shopping opportunities lie within a short drive like Deira Souk, Dubai Mall, Karama Centre and Wafi City.