Often christened as the Pearl of the Gulf, Dubai concocts adventures for every kind of tourist. This is the city where glossy locales peppered with dazzling malls meets the the Bedouin life across the magnificent desert dunes. To make the most of your holiday in Dubai, start with understanding the emirate’s history at the Dubai Museum in the historic Al Fahidi Fort. Hop onto an abra (boat) and visit the Deira side of the Dubai creek for its bustling bazaars. Dubai’s tourism can be credited to the city’s Spice Souk, that is brimming with an assortment of spices, teas, dry fruits and flowers. If you are in the lookout for a local breakfast (especially, the falafels) by the beach, the sandy Jumeirah Beach is your best bet. Visit the Burj Khalifa to witness the magnificent view of the city, particularly after sundown. For that mandatory shopping spree, the glitzy Dubai Mall in the downtown section of the city should be the next stop in your Dubai tour. You can get all your Arab souvenirs from here. Downtown Dubai is also one of the most popular places to visit in the city primarily because of the al fresco dining scene, that boasts of some of the best baba ganoush and flatbread you have ever tasted. And as no Dubai trip is complete without a Desert Safari, book yourself a package that has it all - dune bashing, camel-riding, belly dancing, and a flavoursome dinner of kebabs. To make the most of what Dubai has to offer, budget between Rs.4000 to Rs.6000 a day. If your budget is tighter, read on for a more detailed travel guide and breakdown of your expenses in the land of dreams and fantasies.