Dubai is a entertainment center that is the place to let your hair down and have fun. It also has a rich cultural life.
If somebody was to ask me where to go for a holiday to "get away from mundane daily life, I would without battling an eye say "Dubai". Yes, it's true there is no place like Dubai and having been here for a decade, I can say a visit here is time well spent.
A holiday means relaxation, fun, goòd female company, good food and a great way to let your hair down.Good female company is applicable to men, I apologise for it and say that single women on a holiday can also relish this place.
Dubai has bars, beaches, cultural events and global food festivals. It is also a shoppers paradise with goods at prices far below New York. You can pick up anything except a tiger or lion cub.Women will like the exotic gold jewelry available, glittering in 22 and 24 carat gold. American women love to deck themselves in gold jewelry and get themselves photographed. Well if you can't buy, one can at least keep a photo has a rememberence.
Travelling in Dubai is like a soft breeze.
There are trams, metro and cabs as well as A.C. buses. Just go anywhere at any time of the day or night , even at 4 am. Dubai is a Great place, just a stone's throw from Mumbai and the Dubai Dinar is easily exchangeable with the rupee. It's the place to do whatever you want. Dance at the bars, drink, eat and swim in pristine beaches. Visit cultural shows and Art exhibitions. It's a great place. Yes you can also pray at a Hindu temple, church or gurudwara. No place matches Dubai and the best part is it is so safe. No mugging or molestation.Maybe the Sharia has something to do with it.
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