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Enjoy the hustle and bustle of one of the busiest professional hubs in the world by visiting Dubai. The city in the United Arab Emirates enjoys a rich cultural history that dates back over 1,000 years. Many people regard Dubai as the cultural centre of the Middle East, and there are many reasons for believing that the busy metropolitan area earns this title.
The sandy landscape surrounding the metropolitan area offers an exotic backdrop for a unique holiday. Dubai is the only city located in the Arabian Desert that enjoys fine, golden sands instead of gritty, off-white stretches of sand. Tall, luscious palm trees offer a pop of colour throughout a sprawling city.
Dubai is certainly not lacking in the attraction department. Visitors have to make the difficult choice to pick just a few of the hundreds of luxurious, interesting or adventurous activities that can be found in and around the city.
Although Dubai is known by many as a business hub, travellers often enjoy a holiday by the beach in the coastal city. Dozens of resorts offer private beaches that are only available to guests, but visitors do not have to feel pressured to stay in a resort to enjoy sunbathing. JBR Beach is the most visited free beach in Dubai. The convenient location of JBR Beach attracts tourists who are spending the day exploring The Walk, an adjacent shopping centre teeming with luxury stores and restaurants.
Dubai may be one of the hottest cities in the world, but the innovative city has managed to offer visitors the opportunity to hit the slopes at its indoor ski resort. Ski Dubai is a unique attraction that allows tourists to rent or purchase equipment to experience a cool attraction amid sweltering outdoor temperatures.
The rich cultural history of Dubai is a lot to take in on a holiday. The good news is that Dubai's water taxis utilise Dubai Creek, an inlet that runs throughout the city, to show visitors the biggest landmarks during a comfortable ride that bypasses the foot and street traffic. Longer cruises are also available, and visitors can soak in the scenery while enjoying dinner. Private charters can be booked for a romantic experience for two.
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Dubai is exceedingly hot throughout the year. However, the weather does cool a bit in November, and most visitors can enjoy the heat without feeling stifled from late October through the beginning of May.
Clear skies and perfect conditions for swimming make Dubai a popular destination during the cooler months. While the warm weather and lack of precipitation make Dubai ideal during these months, tourists from around the world make the trek to the United Arabs Emirates city during the busy season.
Visiting from May through September means experiencing temperatures topping 38 degrees and humidity that hovers over 90 percent. Hotel rooms are easy to come by during the hottest times of the year, but visitors are advised to come equipped with plenty of sunscreen and water to stay healthy in extreme temperatures.
Attractions differ throughout the year. For example, New Year's Eve in Dubai is a spectacular sight that cannot be seen during any other time of the year. Hundreds of thousands of fireworks are set off in the city to emulate a sunrise at midnight.