JW Marriott Hotel Dubai Abu Baker Al Siddique Rd,
Deira, Near Hamarain Shopping Center,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Dubai offers a rich, social scene of UAE. You will get yourself astonished by the cuisine, the workmanship, modernistic construction and bold architecture, luxury shopping, a business hub for the middle east, and of course lively nightlife scene and the vacationer destinations. Many individuals take their vacation in Dubai consistently to appreciate the casual way of life.
The city has many sites for tourist attraction:
The bus network in Dubai is run by the Roads and Transport Authority. These buses connect all the major landmarks and tourist spots of the city and are very comfortable. They are very affordable, accept Nol cards as a form of payment, and can get you to destinations that the Metro does not reach – such as Jumeirah Beach.
This is one of the most commonly used and efficient modes of public transport in Dubai. It holds the record of being the world’s longest fully automated metro rail network, with two lines (Red and Green) operational. it does connect to the Dubai Airport – and some of the major tourist destinations such as the Mall of the Emirates and the Burj Khalifa.
Taxis are a convenient way of getting around Dubai. Easily available throughout the city, you will always find a long line waiting outside shopping malls and other attractions. Starting with a minimum of Dh 3, the fare increases at a rate of Dh 1.60 per kilometer. The Road and Transport Authority (RTA) has also introduced a Smart Taxi App, which is very convenient, allowing a person to book the nearest taxi from their smartphones based on their location
This is an economical and preferred way to travel from Bur Dubai to Deira and vice versa. Fares for the water buses range from Dh 1 – Dh 4, depending on the route you take.
Vehicles are driven on the right side of the road and you need to have a credit card and a domestic and international driver’s license if you wish to hire a car in Dubai. However, this is not recommended due to the several traffic congestions which are expected throughout the day.
Dubai’s quaint mix of new and old is nowhere more evident than in its simple, wooden water taxis that cruise along the 10-meter Creek, transporting people across. These quaint aquatic taxis, also known as abras, are a great way to avoid traffic build-up, are amongst the cheapest forms of public transport, and are very quick, taking between 5-10 minutes to get to the other side – whereas other means of crossing the Creek by road (using the Shindagha tunnel, Garhoud, or Maktoum bridge) can take up to an hour! Abras may be manual (steered by rowing) or can be motorized. The RTA Website has a great deal of information on both types of abras.
Whereas the abra is confined to navigating the Creek, Dubai’s relatively new fleet of water taxis, operated by the RTA, are able to navigate the waters of the Arabian Gulf. The taxis are equipped with all modern facilities, conform to the safety requirements of the RTA, and can travel across the waters of the Arabian Gulf at speeds of up to 25 knots.
In a bid to make public transport more efficient and convenient for the public, the RTA introduced the Nol card, which is a smart card that can be used on the various RTA public transport forms such as buses, trams, water buses, and the metro system.
The Dubai Ferry is as much a tourist thing to do as it is a public transport system, allowing visitors and residents to view the city from the sea and get a glimpse of some of Dubai’s iconic buildings, such as the Burj Al Arab and the Palm Jumeirah with the majestic Atlantis Hotel. Ferry timings change continually.
The Tram is a rail system that is part of a modern integrated public transport system that provides efficient and quick access to the densely populated areas of Jumeirah Beach Residence, Dubai Marina, and the business areas along Al Sufouh street. The tram connects to the Metro Station as well as the Palm Monorail.
Palm Jumeirah Monorail
The Palm Monorail is a privately-owned transport system designed to take tourists or residents from one end of the Palm to the other. It connects from the gateway station at the entrance to the Palm to the Atlantis Hotel at the far end. The monorail gives travelers a great view of the Palm and is linked to the Dubai Tram system. It is not currently linked to the Dubai Metro, but plans for this are being considered.
Dubai International Airport
Dubai International Airport is a hub for Emirates and FlyDubai and has a large duty-free shopping center. The airport has won numerous awards for its excellence in design and services.