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Lifestyle & Living

They say to truly experience a city you must live like the locals do and we completely agree. Lifestyle & living is unique to every place and there is so much to see to understand a city’s culture. From museums to spas, there is so much to experience when you visit someplace new. If you’re looking for the best spots to explore in your favourite destinations, then our collection of sights and spots is something you can’t miss. Whether you want to spend the day walking the streets or really get into holiday mode and sunbathe at the beach, we’ve curated the perfect spots for you. So, choose a spot, pick what you’re in the mood for and start exploring.

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atlantis The Palm new year

The entire city will light up at the stroke of midnight, and the best experience is guaranteed from Atlantis The Palm. Dubai’s iconic firework can be enjoyed from ten locations including Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, La Mer, Al Seef, the Beach, Dubai Frame, Global Village, the Pointe, Dubai Festival City Mall and Atlantis, The …

Dubai Expo 2020

2020 is not only the beginning of the new decade but it is the year that will make Dubai a historical city for reasons such as showcasing the world’s greatest show. Dubai Expo 2020 has intrigued the world and studies have it that the 6-month expo beginning next October will boost UAE’ GDP growth to …

Dubai is not only an epitome but also a meme demonstrating the pinnacle of human achievement. Last decade, at the dawn of the meme era, a  compare-contrast picture of Dubai in 1990 and 2008 went viral as people started sharing it in awe. The truth be told, Dubai is the jewel of the Middle East and …

new things to see in Dubai

One of the world’s fastest-growing cities, Dubai, is always evolving, so there is no way you can have the same experience twice. With over millions of daily visitors, Dubai International Airport reached its peak this summer when 16 million passengers were spotted at DXB. The soaring temperature could not keep tourists at bay, and as …

what to do in london and paris

There’s a reason why Dubai International Airport is one of the busiest in the world. Millions of people keep coming and going out of the city. During the summers, DXB reaches its zenith and this year the number of passengers is expected to reach 16 million by the end of the holiday season. Where is …

ecological activities in dubai

When Dubai decided to go all green, the world mused on how can a city with largest ecological footprint become a sustainable one? Dense skyscrapers built on soil that wouldn’t otherwise nurture a single crop, now boasts the tallest building in the world and so many other magnificent sights. A perfect getaway destination with a …

travelling to Muscat

If you’ve been thinking of taking a short vacation to rejuvenate and relax, here’s some great news. Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority and Oman’s Mwasalat recently announced a new international bus route that connects Dubai to Muscat. The bus journey is set to run thrice a day; the entire journey taking 6 hours. The bus …

dubai travel tips

Dubai has been a top spot for tourists for several reasons. It can also rightly be called a very ambitious city, given its hub for thriving business. The city definitely has a start-up mentality and its potential has no bounds. Besides the 5 star hotels and the super fancy malls, the city definitely has a …

Travel - TicketsToDo

Christmas is a month away and ‘tis the season to be jolly! If you are planning a lovely Christmas brunch with family or friends and are a fan of feasting on festivals, this article is just for you. We’ve compiled the best places in town that you could visit for a scrumptious meal. After all, …

Ajman travel guide

The lesser known of the seven Emirates that comprise the UAE, Ajman is a good offbeat destination only 40 minutes from Dubai. Although smallest in size, it is the fifth most populous city in the UAE. Its residents are mainly expats, mainly involved in trade and tourism industries. It is known for its ancient forts …