DAY 3: Drive to DUBAI• Burj Khalifa: Dinner at one of the many restaurants around the Fountain Show or visit its Observation deck for a bird’s eye view of the city.• Tour Dubai Mall: From shopping to popular restaurant chains and other amazing activities. Even better if you are around Dubai Shopping Festival for some great deals.• Souk Al Bahar: To get a feel of modernized Dubai’s past and if you want to wash down the day at one of the many bar’s and restaurants there.
The 34th Sharjah International Book Fair is scheduled to be held from November 4 to 14 and will witness participation of as many as 1,502 publishing houses from 64 countries, oﬀering a display of over 1.5 million books. There will be 33 seminars, spanning various literary and cultural topics, book reviews and discussion panels—if you are a bookworm then November sure is a month to be in Sharjah. Interestingly, a popular feature at the fair is the Cooking Corner that will host famous chefs.
1. ABU DHABI
Al Ain - United Arab Emirates
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Ras Al-Khaimah - United Arab Emirates
DAY 8: RAKAn hour and half drive from Dubai city is a scene from U.A.E.'s past; endless golden sand dunes on either side of the road and multiple camel farms.• Jabal Jais mountains: A perfect location in Ras Al Kaimah for Sun sets and picnic. It is the tallest mountain in the UAE with a spectacular drive to reach. At that altitude the temperature is a lot more pleasant than on land.• Beach and Water activities: RAK is a hotspot for thrilling water sports and deep sea fishing along the Arabian gulf.
Fujairah - United Arab Emirates
Day 4- Destination 8 –Hatta Mountain, Arabian DesertEnjoy a heavenly barbeque dinner here with Belly Dancing and camels around. So this was the most surreal feeling for me and my selfie-stick. The Arabian music, desert winds, the sands, hookah and the belly dance added up to be just perfect and this was one hell of a thing to experience,See it for yourself