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To plunge into the Middle Eastern surf scene, pop by Surf School Arabia on Al Khan Beach. Sandwiched between Dubai and Sharjah , this 800 meter private swathe of sand is great place to learn to surf the waves, SUP the nearby lagoon or just chill...
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Ladies, indulge your Middle Eastern fantasies with traditional Arabic, Indian and Pakistani henna designs at Tanor Shanzay Salon. Aside from the all-natural henna, manicures, pedicures, hair styling, facials, waxing, make-up and massages are all...
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Nothing is more quintessentially Arabian than falconry. For an up close and personal experience with these magnificent birds of prey in the desert around Dubai, contact Royal Shaheen Events: info@royalshaheen.ae
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Crescent Rd - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
The Atlantis Hotel is the focal point of Dubai's giant cluster of man-made isthmuses that jut out into the Persian Gulf. Even if you can't afford to stay at this spectacular hotel, you can still go see what the decadent expat lifestyle feels like...
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Jebel ali, Al Muntazah - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Where else but Dubai could you find a church, a mosque, and a Sikh temple side by side? Thanks to just this juxtaposition in Jebel Ali (a suburb of Dubai), the locals have dubbed the area Religion City. Of particular interest is the...
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If you think a trip to the Middle East would not be complete without a spy or kidnapping story to take back to the fam, Dubai’s Challenge Chamber in Sunset Mall facilitates these types of live action role playing fantasies for a measly 75 Dirhams...
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Al Ghelaan Street - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
After spending an afternoon baking under the Arabian sun on Dubai’s Kite Beach, nothing quite satisfies an appetite like a Wagyu beef slider served up seaside. Salt started out as a roving food truck and fans had to check its...
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If fresh roasted, ethically traded organic coffee is the only way for you to sip a cuppa guilt free, then Raw Coffee in the Al Quoz District is the local coffee house you’ve been looking for. From bootlegging their fav Arabica beans into the...
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Common Grounds is uncommonly good. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week, their café fare has delectably palpable influences from Asia, Australia and Europe including fresh baked bread and aromatic coffee. Open 8am till late. Mall of...
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In colloquial Arabic, an avid traveler is jokingly dubbed Ibn Battuta in honor of the medieval globe-trotter by the same name. Battuta set off on a legendary adventure in 1325 that took him from modern-day Morocco all the way to Somalia, China,...
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For a taste of Old Dubai, take an abra across the Khor, what the locals call 'The Creek'. It'll cost you all of one dirham and gives you an evocative glimpse into the past, before the malls took over as the epicenter of it all.