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Jan 6th, 2018, 09:17 AM
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I will be in Dubai for 4 nights. What do you recommend doing. Staying at a Jumeriah Hotel so we can dine in any of their restaurants. Any recommendations? What do the women wear day and evening? Going tin Early Sept. Also going to Abu Dahbi for one day. Any suggestions?
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Jan 8th, 2018, 04:29 PM
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You can visit the following places;
1. Burj Khalifa, the world tallest tower standing at 828 meters high.
2. Dubai Mall situated right next to Burj Khalifa. The venue is home to an indoor theme park, a huge indoor waterfall and ice rink. You can imagine it has over 1,200 shops and restaurant!
3. Take a tour to the Arabian desert.
4. Take a ride on Dubai's newest waterway at Dubai Water Canal.
5. Visit Dubai Opera and discover Dubai's Architectural Masterpiece with the view of Dubai Fountain.
The list is endless, there are so many attractions in Dubai and so to do in there, try search for all attractions in Dubai.
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Jan 12th, 2018, 11:44 PM
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September is still very hot and sticky, so look out for indoor activities.
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Mar 15th, 2018, 01:18 AM
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Originally Posted by cwilkov View Post
I will be in Dubai for 4 nights. What do you recommend doing. Staying at a Jumeriah Hotel so we can dine in any of their restaurants. Any recommendations? What do the women wear day and evening? Going tin Early Sept. Also going to Abu Dahbi for one day. Any suggestions?
If you are going to beach, safari or night club the choice is yours, you can wear whatever you want. Don't forget to cover your shoulders, knees and cleavage at the other places. Wear a long top or jeans with a full sleeve shirt if you visit a mosque. Keep a scarf with you so that you can put it on your head if you enter into the mosque.
As your visit is in September (hot season), try to include more indoor activities. You can try Ski Dubai, Indoor Ski resort in Mall of the Emirates.
Have a happy and safe journey
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Mar 22nd, 2018, 04:06 AM
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September is bit hot to go to Dubai. But still i would suggest to some places to visit for. You can easily visit Burj Al Arab Hotel, Bollywood Parks, Dolphinaium- The Dolphin Show, IBN Batuta Mall, Burj Al khaleefa, legoland water park and Morning Safari also.

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Sep 10th, 2018, 09:33 AM
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I was in Dubai at the end of September and outdoor was +40C. Therefore rent a car tlt.ae with air conditioning. Because of heat, the main life in the city (or country) is in the evening and at night. All hotels, as a rule, have air conditioning.

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