Cruises to Dubai

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from £4,999pp
Cabin type: Inside

Hong Kong to Southampton

Breakfast, lunch and dinner available in the main restaurants plus snacks available 24 hours a day in the buffet restaurants, Comedy and drama shows including Shakespeare classics and spectacular…

05 March 2019 | 40 Nights
Cunard : Queen Mary 2

Itinerary
Hong Kong, China, Nha Trang, Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) From Phu My, Vietnam, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang), Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, Langkawi, Malaysia, Chennai, India,…

from £5,115pp
Cabin type: Outside

Holy Land & Suez Canal-Rome to Dubai

Complimentary select fine wines, premium spirits, champagnes, dining in each speciality restaurant once per cruise, All gratuities for dining room and wait staff, 60 minutes complimentary Wi-Fi and…

04 November 2017 | 18 Nights
Crystal Cruises : Crystal Symphony

Itinerary
Rome/Civitavecchia, Italy, Limmasol, Cyprus, Haifa, Israel, Ashdod, Israel, Aqaba, Jordan, Salalah, Oman, Muscat, Oman, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

from £3,649pp
Cabin type: Inside

Singapore to Southampton

Fabulous dining in a variety of restaurants, including five-course gala menus from Marco Pierre White and black tie evenings, Spectacular entertainment from live music to West End-quality performers,…

18 March 2019 | 29 Nights
P&O Cruises : Arcadia

Itinerary
Singapore, Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang), Malaysia, Langkawi, Malaysia, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Mumbai, Dubai, U.A.E, Muscat, Oman, Limassol, Haifa, Cadiz, Spain, Southampton


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Atlantis, The Palm Hotel, Dubai

Atlantis, The Palm Hotel, Dubai

Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Dubai at dusk

Dubai at dusk

Camel on townscape, Dubai

Camel on townscape, Dubai

Sand dune, Dubai

Sand dune, Dubai

Marina, Dubai

Marina, Dubai

Oriental shoes at market, Dubai

Oriental shoes at market, Dubai

The Dubai Fountain

The Dubai Fountain

Mercato Shopping Centre, Dubai

Mercato Shopping Centre, Dubai

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A city of contrast

Dubai’s famous cityscape is a diverse collection of architectural styles. A short walk from the harbour is its historic Al Fahidi Bastakia Quarter, where the museums, narrow lanes and tranquil courtyards are set against a backdrop of cloud-skimming skyscrapers. In the distance, the world’s tallest building punctuates the already-ambitious skyline. You quite literally can’t visit the city without seeing the dynamic Burj Khalifa, as it soars 830 metres into the air. Ascend to the 148th floor for impressive views, stop off at the 122nd floor bar, or watch the fountain show on the 30-acre Burj Lake at its Hymenocallis-inspired base.


Decadent venues and regal resorts

Atop the reclaimed land of the waterfront, you’ll discover more of Dubai’s iconic landmarks, including the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab. A luxurious hotel dripping in extravagant décor and world-class facilities, it stands proudly on a purpose-built island and can only be visited with a reservation. If you get the chance, splash out on afternoon tea to get a glimpse of its opulent, seven-star interior. A few miles on either side, scattered across the Persian Gulf, sit striking man-made archipelagos of The World and Palm Jumeirah. Take a trip on the monorail to experience the latter island’s pièce de résistance at its furthest point. Atlantis, The Palm is an impressive, ‘lost city’-themed hotel boasting a water park, marine experiences and a labyrinth of 20 exotic aquariums.


Dubai - home to the world’s most exclusive shopping experience

Whether you love boutique stores filled with designer labels or prefer hunting around ambient marketplaces, Dubai’s shopping experiences will scintillate. Soak up the scents and sounds of traditional souks near Dubai Creek, where patterned pottery and Oriental rugs sit beside glittering gold jewellery and sacks of mouth-watering saffron. Downtown, browse duty-free goods at vast complexes, such as the Dubai Mall and the Mall of the Emirates. Onsite entertainment zones such as an underwater zoo, indoor ski slope, cinemas and restaurants offer a myriad of leisure activities when you fancy a break from the world-class browsing.


Discovering Dubai’s roots

Beyond the sprawling metropolis lie the undulating sand dunes of the Arabian Desert. Reminiscent of Dubai’s not-too-distant past, this vast ochre landscape makes for an exciting escapade. Keep an eye out for native wildlife on your Azamara cruise to Dubai, as you explore this remote setting on an exhilarating 4x4 safari, or channel your inner Lawrence of Arabia and climb aboard a friendly camel. Optional adrenaline rushes come in the form of sand boarding or quad biking, while belly dancing performances and shisha round off the experience with an authentic Middle Eastern edge.

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