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Dubai Airport Information

Dubai International Airport

DXB Airport Address

Dubai International Airport
Dubai - United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Contact Number:-  +971 4 224 5555
Country:-  Dubai
Continent:-  Asia


Tokyo Airport Information

Narita

NRT Airport Address

Narita
1-1 Furugome, Narita, Chiba Prefecture 282-0004, Japan, Tokyo
Contact Number:-  +81 476-34-8000
Country:-  Japan
Continent:-  Asia

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About Dubai City

Dubai is located in the United Arab Emirates, once you step foot in the city, you may find it hard to believe that you’re actually in an Arab country. Dubai is filled with residents of different nationalities, and the city is one of the most sophisticated and modern cities in the United Arab Emirates. Most people don’t usually associate Arab cities with fine dining, shopping and partying, but those are the things that Dubai does best. Dubai tries to have the biggest and the best of everything, which translates into incredibly luxurious hotels, glitzy skyscrapers, snowboarding in the middle of a hot desert, Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, and the Dubai Fountain, the largest dancing fountain in the world. Dubai is home to three artificial islands known as the Palm Islands.

Nice to know - Dubai Has A Crime Rate of 0% The Sheikh takes great pride in Dubai’s police force and makes a conscious effort to show off how classy it is to tourists coming to visit.

Things to do

  • Burj Khalifa - Spired 828-meter skyscraper with a viewing deck, restaurant, hotel and offices and 11-hectare park.
  • Burj Al Arab - Opulent hotel featuring ornate suites, plus a free breakfast buffet, 9 restaurants, 4 pools & a spa.
  • Adventure - Wild Wadi Water Park, Ski Dubai, Dubai Dolphinarium, IMG Worlds of Adventure & Discovery garden.
  • Palm Jumeirah
  • Jumeirah Beach
  • Shopping - Mall of the Emirates, The Dubai Mall, Ibn Battuta Mall, City Centre Deira
  • Dubai Festival City

Best time to visit - The best time to visit Dubai is from November to March. Weather-wise, Dubai really only experiences two seasons: hot and hotter.


About Tokyo City


Tokyo, Japan’s busy capital mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. Nestled in South-Eastern Japan, Tokyo boasts not only of towering sky-scrapers, immaculate roads and architecture, but also of forests, traditional shrines and cherry blossoms in the spring. A combination of poetic wonder and technological marvel, Tokyo is a must-visit for any tourist. Yoking past and future, Tokyo dazzles with its traditional culture and passion for everything new. Gastronomically, Tokyo is one of the must-see cities in the world as it has the most Michelin Stars, for the discerning connoisseurs. Japanese cuisine too has a wide variety- for the brave and the less adventurous alike. Tokyo, thus, is a conglomeration of all that a tourist needs- adventure, peace, entertainment, recreation and beauty, all in one, with interesting contradictions and a culture of beauty and spectacle.

Nice to know - The cherry blossom is the national symbol of Japan. These trees flower for one or two weeks a year starting in April. This period is known as Hanami, the long standing tradition of welcoming spring. This festival is about appreciating the temporary beauty of nature.

Things to see

  • Tokyo Sky Tree

  • Shibuya

  • Meiji Shrine

  • Tokyo Royal Palace

  • Tokyo DisneySea

  • Hamarikyu Gardens

  • Harajuku

  • Tsukiji Market

  • Kabukicho

  • Akihabara

 

Best time to visit: October- November, March-May is the best time to visit Tokyo

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