Discover Dubai in all its glory. All you have to do is to call the tour operator from wherever you stay in Dubai and book the tickets. An air-conditioned coach will pick you up as scheduled. You will be helped by well trained multi-lingual guides. This makes your tour interesting and enjoyable.
It is a wonderful city with a blend of both the traditional and contemporary styles. Tourism being the main source of income, excellent infrastructure are in place. It is so orderly, you just cannot get lost in the city. Dubai has become a synonym to opulence.
Places you visit
It is a wonder to see how a highly traditional society has adopted an incredibly modern opulence in its life. Today, Dubai draws world’s attention as a tourist spot for its luxury. Here are a few places that your will see during this Dubai fantasy tour.
The Deira Spice Souk an ancient spice market known for its high quality spices. It is a pocket consisting of small shops trading in spices. You can enjoy the spicy aromatic atmosphere. Here you can also see a wind tower of bygone times, with an interesting architecture
Gold Souk, the very first stop on the tour, is well renowned around the globe. This is a place with rows and rows of shops trading nothing but Gold. Here you will find the gold in all its forms. If you are fond of jewelry, there cannot be a better place on earth to buy it or if it is only for investment sake, you can go for 24 carrot gold biscuits, pendants and solid bars, available in various sizes to suit every one’s pocket. The whole place dazzles in the reflected light, from gold gives you a feeling of watching sunset.
Bastikia, the old city, where you will find high concentration of the traditional wind towered houses, a proof of the ingenuity of the old generation. The mechanism keeps the house cool by circulating air. Here you can see plenty of shops selling the antique carpets, pieces of traditional ware and sundry.
Al Fahidi Fort; This eighteenth century fort built in 1787 is well kept and is turned into Dubai History Museum. Here life sized models depict the traditional Arabic life styles that prevailed before the advent of oil in the region. The most spectacular of the exhibits is the pearl diving including the pearl merchants. On display are various artifacts excavated from graves as old as 3 millennia ago, different tools of the bygone era, traditional dresses etc giving you an insight into the history of the region.
Jumeirah Mosque; A modern Islamic construction with a design based on medieval Fatimid tradition, this stone structure is one of the biggest mosques in Dubai. It is also one of the few mosques that allow non-Muslims inside. It is said to be the most photographed site in Dubai. The Mosque is a feast to behold when it is illuminated.