Some call it a concrete jungle, some call it a city of dreams. Whatever you think of Dubai, there are few rivals for the speed of its development. Adding to the city’s splendor & grandeur - not least of which is the seven-star Burj Al Arab and the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, sits in the middle of new rising city of Dubai. In crux, Dubai is blessed with golden sunshine and silvery beaches, world-class golf facilities and an upcoming Sports City. From the timeless tranquility of the desert to the lively bustle of the souk, Dubai does not only boast the best contemporary sightings but has also preserved some of the most intriguing historical attractions.
Dubai’s architectural marvels couldn’t get better than this. Burj Khalifa – the tallest building in the world identifies Dubai as the centerpiece of tourist attractions found nowhere in the world. Located in Downtown Dubai, the pyramid-shaped skyscraper is home to the prestigious Armani Hotel and its 900 residences will be occupied by only few of the élite.
They say, Burj al-Arab was the dream of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan, which turned out to be a physical reality years later in Dubai. Dubai’s signature landmark is the Burj Al-Arab, the famous sail-shaped hotel facing the Arabian Gulf. The world’s only seven-star hotel, it’s truly the stuff of James Bond movies and superstars. Packed with bars and restaurants, the hotel is a world within a world, with guests enjoying every luxury service you can imagine in their opulent suites.
How does it feel to be in a mall covering an area of 50 football fields? If you want to feel it, go to The Dubai Mall in Dubai. This is the largest mall in the world with more than 1,200 stores operating in it. Dubail mall is known as the home of shopping festivals in Dubai. The Dubai Mall is the world’s premier lifestyle and entertainment destination, where a wide variety of Dubai events and activities are always happening
Designed to world-class standards, the aquarium allows you to experience the exotic wonders of aquatic lif through breathtaking views and a choice of leisure and dining activities. Located strategically in the centre of the mall, the 50m long aquarium is flanked by two glass tunnels at varying levels offering windows into the incredible diversity of marine life.
Imagine basking in the sun on your own private island steps away from the warm turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Palm Island Resort is an oasis of tropical serenity located on the southern tip of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, an idyllic archipelago of 32 tropical island and cays known for its stunning natural beauty.
Al Fahidi Fort, which houses the Dubai Museum, was built around 1787, and once guarded the landward approaches to the town. Renovated in 1971 for use as a museum, its colorful life size dioramas vividly depict everyday life in the days before the discovery of oil. Galleries recreate scenes from the Creek, traditional Arab houses, mosques, the souk, date farms and desert and marine life.
A must for everyone who is visiting UAE. A memory to share with your family and friends back home, This is one safari you can’t do back home. This tour departs in the afternoon across the desert of Dubai with several photo-stops during an exciting dune drive to the first destination a camel farm. The drive continues across the desert. After working up an appetite enjoy a delicious barbecue dinner and shisha (the famous Arabic water pipe).
Early Bird Registration
September 30, 2018
Last date for accommodation Request
January 01, 2019
Registration Deadline (Presenters)
January 07, 2019
Registration Deadline (Listener/Participants)
January 15, 2019
February 13-14, 2019
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