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Hotel Holiday Inn,
Al Barsha

About City

Dubai is located in the Persian Gulf, to the northeast of the United Arab Emirates. Dubai is the second largest emirate with an urban area of 3885 (1500 sq.miles) and the city is roughly 35 (13.5 sq.miles) in size. However, it is poised to expand to twice this size with the addition of the man-made islands; the waterfront, the three Palms, the World, the Universe, Dubailand, as well as many other construction projects underway in the desert.
Geographical Coordinates: 25°15'8" N, 55°16'48" E
One of the most fascinating geographical aspects of Dubai is the Dubai Creek, which divides the city into two regions- Deira and Bur Dubai. Dubai Creek is a natural 15.2km (9.5miles) inlet from the Persian Gulf, around which the city’s trade developed. The region north of the Creek is called Deira, and Bur Dubai refers to the south, where a lot of residential and commercial developments lie.

Dubai shares its borders with Abu Dhabi in the south, Sharjah in the northeast and the Sultanate of Oman in the southeast. Due to the city’s unique geographical location, it enjoys a strategic position which allows it to connect to all Gulf States, as well as to East Africa and South Asia.
The line of the Tropic of Cancer crosses through the UAE, making the weather in Dubai hot and sunny. In winter, the Emirate has an average daytime temperature of 25°C (77°F), 12-15°C (53-59°F) near the coast and 5°C (41°F) in the desert and mountains. Nights are relatively cooler, and areas near the coasts experience an average of 50%-60% humidity.

In the summer, the weather in Dubai is very hot and humid, with temperatures touching 42°C (107°F). Even the temperature of the sea can reach 37°C (99°F), with humidity averaging over 90%. Rainfall in Dubai is infrequent and does not last for more than a few days. It mostly rains during the winter, with short gushes and the occasional thunderstorm. On average, Dubai experiences only five days of rainfall a year.

Dubai Tourism 
Dirham is the official currency of Dubai, and you will need more than a handful if you want to enjoy your stay.Dubai has some of the best entertainment venues in the world, such as indoor theme parks, an opera house, an aquarium and underwater zoo, museums, and many malls to go shopping at. Tourists can rent a luxury car and drive it around the city to explore Dubai during their stay.
Burj Khalifa, Dubai Fountain, Dubai Mall, Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, Burj Al Arab, and the Global Village are the top attractions for international visitors. 

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Attractive Places

Burj Khalifa
Palm Jumeirah
Dubai Miracle Garden
Burj Al Arab
Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo