Travelnags / Dubai

Dubai - A city of wonders

A futuristic metropolis which is an entrepot for trade in the Persian Gulf, the city of Dubai (or Dubayy) started as a fishing village and transformed into an ideal destination for business, technology, and tourism.

Best time to visit: Nov-To-Mar
Things to do: Sky Diving, Jeep Safari, Belly Dance, Helicopter Ride


  • Flights - Dubai has two international airports - the Dubai International Airport (DXB)& Al Maktoum International (DWC). Carriers such as Emirates, Lufthansa, Gulf Air, IndiGo and Air India connect passengers to Dubai.
  • Road - UAE shares borders with Saudi Arabia, Oman and other GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries. Residents of these countries can drive to Dubai easily, provided permit/visa requirements are taken care of. The Road Transport Authority (RTA) of Dubai operates multiple AC Volvo between neighboring emirates.


  • Metro - The Dubai Metro has 2 lines running straight through town. It is a convenient way to get around, with a ride from the airport to Downtown Dubai costing around USD 5/AED 18/INR 400.
  • Cabs/taxis - There are multiple ride-hailing apps which visitors can use, such as Careem, RTA Smart Taxi, and Uber.
  • Other Public transport - The RTA has a large fleet of buses, covering 87% of the urban area. Apart from buses, visitors can also use Trams and access waterways using abras(boats) and ferries.

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