he words ‘first, tallest, deepest, most expensive, lavish,
outlandish’ could have been created for Dubai. Where else
would you find a seven-star hotel, visit a series of 200 man-
made islands in the shape of the countries of the world, or climb the
world’s tallest building?
Amidst all this modernity, as you head from a swim in the sea to designer
boutiques, a round of golf or a top teppanyaki restaurant, the age-old
souks still attract those who like to haggle. And yet only a few kilometres
into the magnificent desert there are still camels roaming free.
It is no wonder that Dubai has become the most popular tourist
destination in the Gulf but, as home to multi award-winning airline,
Emirates, with her growing fleet of 65 state-of-the-art A380 aircraft
(with another 75 on order), this city of wonders, it is also the ideal
gateway to a myriad of enticing destinations in Africa, The Indian
Ocean, Asia and Australasia.
From private suites and shower spas in First Class to flat-bed seats in
Business Class to extra room and custom lighting in Economy Class,
and in-flight Wi-Fi throughout the aircraft, the Emirates A380 is as
close as it comes to flying in your own private jet.
So, whether you are setting out to relax on the coral sands of
Mauritius, exploring the archipelago of Central Indonesia or touring
across the Indian Sub-Continent, make sure you spend some time in
Dubai enroute with Emirates.
Dubai & Beyond
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