Combine bird’s-eye views of Dubai from the spectacular Burj Khalifa. Try and see Dubai’s flamboyant sights from the air on a 15- or 25-minute helicopter flight over the city or Glide up, up and away in a hot air balloon over Dubai Desert Conservation Revservation. Soar across glittering coastlines and marvel at architectural landmarks Enjoy aerial views of these two iconic cities and their stunning surroundings -- from Burj Khalifa, Palm Jumeirah and World Islands in Dubai to the Emirates Palace, Yas Viceroy and F1 Grand Prix Circuit in Abu Dhabi.
Events & Festivals
Festival of Ramadan lasts for a whole lunar cycle of 30 days and is observed by Muslims all over the world.Amaze in ‘Festival of Lights', making sure bright lights and fireworks are spread around the city. Indian restaurants take part in the celebration across the city and on the streets parties are held with traditional desserts offered.
Culture & Heritage
Islamic traditions that form UAE National's lifestyles. It is highly important that when tourists visit Dubai they must respect and behave suitably, as the minority group of Emiratis are very protective over their culture and traditions.The most religious time of the year in Dubai, is the fast of Ramadan.
The official language of the country is Arabic, however most people in and out of the workplace communicate in English. There are so many different nationalities in Dubai and therefore English finds common ground with most people. The majority of road, shop signs, and restaurant menus etc. are in both English and Arabic.