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A trip to Dubai is not complete without visiting the Dubai Museum, located in Al Fahidi Fort. Originally built as a defense ... More
A trip to Dubai is not complete without visiting the Dubai Museum, located in Al Fahidi Fort. Originally built as a defense against foreign invasion, it was later transformed into a museum and allows visitors to delve into the rich and unique heritage of the city. Exhibitions offer visitors an insight into desert life, depicting traditional Arab homes, mosques, fishing, pearl diving and trade. One of the highlights at the museum is an exhibit featuring artifacts from excavated graves in the Emirates from the 3rd millennium BCE.
Excellent value for money as the tickets are very cheap. Visit the place a lunch time in the middle of summer and it was lovely and cool. Loved the experience, seeing the history of the place represented through different means. Strongly recommend it. Also, kept my 7 years old interested
International Sailing Week is a time for everyone in Dubai, whether visiting for business or pleasure, to go down to
the sea in ships. This annual event sponsored by the Dubai International Marine Club (DIMC) takes full advantage of ...
Dubai is a city of awe inspiring ambition and unsurpassed luxury, home to the world's tallest building, the largest shopping
mall, the iconic Palm, and now the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai. It is a place where dreams come ...
One of the largest sacred structures in Dubai, the Jumeirah Mosque is a dominant city landmark. Built in the medieval
Fatimid tradition, this mosque is open to non Muslims only on organized tours. While strolling through the mosque at ...