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Destination Highlights

Dubai is a dream destination to explore whatever your hobbies and interests, with its rich local heritage, iconic architecture, breath-taking scenery, world-class shopping and decadent dining spots. Just a 40-minute drive from the city centre and with a complimentary daily shuttle bus, JA Palm Tree Court is a prime location to relax in five-star surroundings still close enough to all the must-do leisure pursuits, including land and water sports, desert adventures, city tours, sightseeing trips, entertainment and nightlife.

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EMIRATES NBD HEADQUARTERS

The 125-metre high financial HQ was inspired by the curved hulls of traditional dhow boats.

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SHOPPING IN DUBAI

From high-end designer fashion boutiques to antiquated souks, Dubai is an undisputed shopper’s paradise.

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DUBAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a hub for the thriving business community.

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SPORTS IN DUBAI

Discover a world of activities among the rolling deserts, sparkling seas and nearby mountains.

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DHOW WHARFAGE

Historic vessels line the bustling waterfront representing an essential part of Dubai’s rich trading past.

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DEIRA CLOCK TOWER

The Clock Tower was reportedly built around 1963 to mark the country’s first oil exports.

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CITY TOURS

Explore this dynamic city and all its Dubai top hotels by bus or get a bird’s eye view from a seaplane flight.

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FLOATING BRIDGE

The impressive six-lane pontoon bridge has the capacity to transport 6,000 vehicles an hour.

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DUBAI COURTS

Buildings house the Court of First Instance, the Court of Appeal and the Court of Cassation.

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AL MAKTOUM BRIDGE

Dubai’s first bridge opened in 1963 and capacity increased to 9,500 vehicles per hour in 2007.

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THE BASTAKIYA

One of the oldest residential areas is now populated with galleries, craft shops and cafés.

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GRAND MOSQUE

Featuring a striking 70-metre high minaret, the Grand Mosque can house up to 1,200 worshippers.

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DUBAI MUSEUM

The fascinating museum is situated in Al Fahidi Fort, Dubai’s oldest existing building from 1787.

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THE DIWAN

Occupied by the private office of Dubai’s Ruler and the government’s main administrative body.

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SHEIKH SAEED HOUSE

Originally the seat of the Al Maktoum family this restored building is now a museum.

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DUBAI HERITAGE & DIVING VILLAGE

Located in the Shindagha historical district the area offers a glimpse into the pearl diving past.

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SPICE SOUK/OLD SOUK

Narrow lanes are packed with fragrant stalls selling perfumes, spices, frankincense, incense and herbs.

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GOLD SOUK

The famous souk teems with tonnes of gold and a dazzling array of precious jewellery.

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DEIRA TWIN TOWERS

This attractive duo was constructed in 1998 and contains a shopping centre, restaurants, residences and offices.

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ETISALAT TOWER 1

The head office of Dubai’s major telecommunications provider is topped with a large circular centerpiece.

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