The perfect UAE itinerary, particularly for those wanting to do a Dubai itinerary in 10 days! The United Arab Emirates is known for its unabated sunshine, glittering dunes and contemporary architecture comprising plenty of erected buildings and modern-day projects. I have had the pleasure of visiting Dubai in winter, which by the way is the best time to visit Dubai and also in the summer! A big no-no unless your intent is to toast yourself to charcoal. Too hot!
Below is the perfect Dubai itinerary to help you plan your holiday to the place of sky-scrappers and multi-linguistic people. Explore the rich and diverse visiting opportunities with a carefully day-to-day tailored schedule of 10 days visit to Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi to leave you awe-struck with the mesmerizing beauties. Pull up your zipper and step into Dubai to have the most lavish vacations.
- 1 Where To Stay In Dubai
- 2 The Perfect 10 Days Itinerary For Dubai
- 2.1 DAY 1 Downtown Dubai & Dubai Mall
- 2.2 DAY 2 Dubai Marina and Dubai Beaches
- 2.3 DAY 3 Atlantic Palm
- 2.4 DAY 4 Deira Gold Souks and Dubai Creek
- 2.5 DAY 5 Dubai Le Mer and Restaurants
- 2.6 DAY 6 Overnight Trip To Abu Dhabi Day
- 2.7 DAY 7 Abu Dhabi Day 2
- 2.8 DAY 8 Back To Dubai For Desert Safari
- 2.9 DAY 9 Day Trip To Sharjah From Dubai
- 2.10 DAY 10 Afternoon Tea At Burj Al Arab
- 3 What To Pack For Dubai
- 4 Best Time To Visit Dubai
- 5 Planning Your Trip To Dubai
Where To Stay In Dubai
One of the most important things, when planning a trip to Dubai or sorting out your itinerary for Dubai, is where you stay. Dubai has apartments and hotels all at incredible budgets to eye-watering night rates that may require you to re-mortgage your homes. The point is there is something for every budget. I have stayed on Dubai Marina as well as near Sheik Zayed Road with views of Burj Khalifa from my room. I have shared tips on the best areas to stay in Dubai to help make that decision a little easier. For more hotels in Dubai click here.
The Perfect 10 Days Itinerary For Dubai
I have previously shared tips on the top 10 things to do in Dubai, especially if your visit is short. This extends that and then some. Dubai is the land the dreams really come true. Man-made islands, out-of-this-world luxury, the coolest and craziest adventure tours in Dubai, mega malls with everything you can possibly imagine all under one roof. I have also shared why Dubai it the perfect winter holiday destination so if you are tired of the UK or European winter weather then definitely put Dubai high up on your winter getaway destination list.
DAY 1 Downtown Dubai & Dubai Mall
- Downtown Dubai Business Bay
Located right between Old Dubai and Business Bay along the Sheikh Zayed Road is the Dubai Business Bay. Whether you are visiting the venue as a business delegate or as a tourist, the place is all set to stun.
Its not just a place a hub of international conferences, industrial meetups and business corners mentioning Dubai International Financial Centre and Dubai World Trade Centre. Alongside, its corridors glitter there is modern architecture, malls, waterways accompanied by tasty food. There is something for architecture lovers, retail therapy fans and if you just want to stuff your face, there is that too.
- Emirates Tower
This is close to the business district in Dubai I mentioned above. The pair of Emirates Towers is a perfect reflection of contemporary architecture and both exactly reflect each other. One serves as a hotel (Jumeirah Emirates Tower Hotel) while other is a professional hub (Emirates Office Tower).
Move through the towers by admiring the gardens, lakes, and waterfall present along the stroll and admire the glamorous beauty of towers which are linked by a gigantic retail complex at their feet. The destination is open for accommodation and shopping with delicious food.
- World Trade Centre
The trade center is the economic hub of Dubai, adding notable revenue by each year. It connects people from all over the world through a number of conferences, business meetings, and investment options.
The spot is studded by the hotels and restaurants and is a perfect igniting source of entrepreneurship.
- Dubai Opera
The venue was opened back in 2016 and is a place open to the theatre, opera, ballet, concerts, jazz, and comedy along with also offering a place to weddings, gala dinner, fashion walks, and exhibitions.
It is situated in Downtown Dubai. The center constitutes 2000 seat and the hall can be turned into a multi-format performing stage.
- Dubai Mall
Hold your breath because you are going to enter the most glittering mall in Dubai. It holds a number of things that will simply have you in awe. An aquarium and underwater zoo with thousands of creatures in its enormous tank.
Tie up your boots to get a ride-along with the skating rinks. An A380 flight simulator is there to spark up your adrenaline level. A 22-Screen Reel cinema is all set to let you flow in the entertainment arena. Dubai Mall offers you a five-star experience. Armani, Gucci, Chanel are adding up the worth to it. Outside Dubai Mall is also where you will find the “I Love Dubai” sign. Dubai has some of the biggest malls in the world and places to add to your places to visit in Dubai just you would any other tourist attraction. I will share more on the best malls to visit in Dubai.
- Burj Khalifa
Step inside the largest tower of the world and you would be greeted with Arabic coffee served with dates. Make sure you reserve your ticket for the sight-seeing from the tower. On the 148th floor, the tower offers the viewer a spectacular 360° shot of the Dubai skyline, Arabian Gulf, and the desert. While at Burj Khalifa, check out the tallest restaurant that is At. Mosphere. There is also Armani Lounge, The Cafe, or Rooftop also offering tasty delights. At the bottom of the tower you have Dubai Mall and captivating fountains. Submerged within the lake, the Dubai fountain is the largest performing fountain in the world with a perfect fusion of music, water, and some action. Don’t miss out on the evening fountain show.
Things to do in the evening on day one of the 10 days Dubai itinerary
There are plenty of activities you can do in the evening. Many of the malls are filled with restaurants, cinemas, balling alleys and other cools things. If you are travelling with kids they even have activities catered to the little ones. For something different, you can also opt for an evening dinner cruise. If you are into clubbing, there are also bars and clubs in Dubai to check out. For something on the elegant side, consider a show at Dubai Opera, which also has music concerts, from rock, jazz, pop for English and Arabic artists.
- Dubai Opera
The venue was opened back in 2016 and is a place open to the theatre, opera, ballet, concerts, jazz, and comedy along with also offering a place to weddings, gala dinner, fashion walks, and exhibitions. Dubai Opera is situated in Downtown Dubai. The center constitutes 2000 seat and the hall can be turned into multi-format performing stage.
DAY 2 Dubai Marina and Dubai Beaches
Day two on this 10 day Dubai itinerary is all about the marina area of Dubai. There are beaches, malls, restaurants, bars cruises and everything you could possibly need for a great holiday. There are plenty of things to do in Dubai Marina.
- Dubai Marina & JBR
This is a district of Dubai that has an artificial canal city situated along a 2mile (3.22km) stretch of the Persian Gulf. Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) is 1.7 km long glass area waterfront located against the Persian Gulf in Dubai Marina. There are plenty of cruises here day time and night time. The cruise tours on Dubai Marina depart every hour from the marina pier.
- Visit the Place on Yacht
One can’t find a better way to explore Dubai Marina than doing on one the Xclusive Yachts cruises which offers a captivating sight-seeing tour. There are 90-minute rides as well as multi-hour tours that will complete a trip around the Burj Al-Arab to the Palm Jumeirah accompanied by Atlantis-The Palm ending at Royal Palace. The tours are packed with an itinerary allowing you to enjoy with stunning views of tower and the skylines of Marina.
- Fly Over Marina
Longest urban zipline on the marina was inaugurated in 2017 and is a welcoming spot to thrill-seekers. It offers a flight from 170 m from JBR Amwaj Towers to the other corner of Marina Mall round the year.
- Beaches of Area
Dubai has plenty of amazing beaches to check out, from private to public. If you book a hotel with a private beach then you get to have all the amenities to may your beach bumming activities as fun and relaxed as you want. Just remember to behave yourself on beaches where local families hang out. Below are a couple of places to check out.
- JBR Beach
- Marina Beach
- Private Beach
- The Walk
- Marina Walk
After giving sailing on Yacht, move along cobbled streets of JBR. Right opposite to JBR, “The Walk”. Here you can find shops, restaurants, international brands, and outlets along the way. There is another beach waiting for you on foot of Arabian Gulf with even more entertainment, food, and shopping. Here you will also find cafes and places to chill out. Below are a couple of places to check out.
- Bateel Café (gourmet dates)
- Cavalli Café
- The Cheese Cake Factory (Mega Burgers)
- Eat Greek (Mediterranean Grilled seafood)
- Pier 7
- Wild Wadi
If you are a lover of theme parks or are looking for something fan to do with kids or if you are a kid at heart then Wild Wadi is not to be missed on any Dubai itinerary. Located right in front of Burj Al-Arab Jumeirah, Wild Wadi has 30 rides and water slides for people of all age. The venue is themed around the Arab folklore tale of Juha.
The thrilling rides of the Wadi include:
- Jumeirah Sceirah
- Tantrum Alley
- Burj Surj
- Wipeout and Riptide Flow riders.
Some Relaxing places
- Juha’s Journey
- Breaker’s Bay
- Dhow and Lagoon
- Marina Mall
- Marina Mall
Right along the Dubai Marina, stands the Marina Mall. It is small compared to the other malls but is a real gem. This was walking distance to our hotel during my last visit to Dubai. There are high street brand stores, they also usually have an outdoor cinema outside, usually screening kids movies. There is a large Sephora store here too. There are bars along the marina and cafes too. If you are looking to stay nearby there is Pearl Marina apartment hotel, and many other hotels including the recent The Address Dubai Marina, a 5-star hotel embeds to the mall. 200 luxurious rooms, a spa, swimming pool, and fitness center are the hits if the place. A detailed view of the mall can be found at Brands & Food Court.
- Souk Madinat
Also known as Jumeirah Madinet, this popular Arabic Market is a traditional stamp on Modern Dubai. Perfumed scents, fragrant spices, artisanal souvenirs, and glowing lanterns are ready to be in your shopping bucket out of 75 shops and galleries. By night, the place glitters with music and views. Madinat Theatre is there to add spice. I shared a post on our visit to Souk Madinat.
- Abra Bour Tour
While you are at Souk Madinat do not miss out on taking this tour. To unleash the Madinat Jumeirah winding waterways, you need to board on a 20-minute ride via a cruise. The boat is a traditional styled 10 person abra (a motorized boat) with cushioned sitting. Tour starts from the Souk Madinet waterfront offering stunning views of Burj Al-Arab. If you are staying at Jumeirah Beach Hotel the tour is free.
DAY 3 Atlantic Palm
Palm Jumeirah is a member of the island group in the Persian Gulf which is characterized by its glittering hotels, mighty towers, and chain of international restaurants. Mobile food vans with their mouth-watering servings can be found here and thereupon the island.
Dubai coastline and sail-shaped Burj Al-Arab hotel add phenomenal value to the place. Beach clubs studded by open spas and pools, turn into party spots with DJs by night.
A 5-star hotel situated on the sands of Palm, which a man-made island. This place as cemented itself into the books of one of a kind luxurious hotels with out of this world aquarium hotel rooms. Whether it is unmatched architecture or award-winning restaurants, nothings remain behind to amuse the visitors. If the hotel room rates at Atlantis The Palm Dubai are too eye-watering then you also have the option for a day pass to explore this stunning and awe-inspiring gem in Dubai. Another must-experience place on the 10 day Dubai itinerary. Prices for the day passes are below.
- 1 Day Super Pass for Adults AED 320*
- 1 Day Super Pass for Kids AED 260*
- 2 Day Mega Pass for Adults AED 350*
- 2 Day Mega Pass for Kids AED 290*
- 0 – 2 years of age Free
- The Thrilling Activities
- Water sports
- Swim with Dolphins at bay
- Play with sea lions
- Lost chambers aquarium
- ShuiQi Spa
- Beach & pools
- Helicopter tours
- Yacht and boats
- Tennis court
- Kids Club
- Aquaventure Water Park
Palm Jumeirah is home to the most exciting water park hosting a number of water sports, slides, and dives. Leap of Faith is a dive straight into water inhabited by sharks and rays which give you an instant adrenaline rush.
Private beaches, children’s area, and marine activities are also part of the menu. Add fun to your day by riding along with waterslides. 19 restaurants are there with international cuisines to let you have an awe-struck feeling.
DAY 4 Deira Gold Souks and Dubai Creek
Day 4 in Dubai is all about visiting the Gold Souks and riding on the abra boats on Dubai Creek.
The next destination to stop is Deira. The spot is a traditional commercial center in Dubai. It is now divided into two factions, one being the old souks and the other is Dubai International Airport.
The place encircles markets of all kind ranging from Gold Souq (Gold), Aseelah (Restaurant), Irish Village (Irish pub), QDs (Bar), Indoor food market, Qwaider Al-Nabulsi (Middle-Eastern cuisine) and much more to go.
- Dubai Creek
Head towards the place which is a linking point between sea trading port and the desert. The one side is neighboured by Gulf while the other by Ras al Khor bird sanctuary. Here you can find traditional Dubai legacy.
The venue is surrounded by cable cars, Cruise-de-Creek (boat/water taxi), dolphins, markets holding spices, gold, giant malls, and street shows. It is quite a happening place even in winter.
- Gold Souk
It is quite impossible to miss a gold market when you are in a place known for world gold trade. Located right along the Deira, it is the traditional gold market of Dubai. About four-decade-old shops can also be located. The place is strictly regulated by the government to have a check on security and quality of gold. A few of the places hold the Guinness world record for the most gold in one jewellery piece. Be sure you make sure you buy some gold jewellery
- Dubai Museum
Visit the Dubai Museum bordered by the Al-Fahidi Fort which is a symbol of history and vintage exhibitions. The place depicts the everyday life of inhabitants before the discovery of oil. It houses local houses, mosques, souks, date farms along with desert and marine creatures. The place is a perfect old taste of Dubai with signs of pearl diving in the region accompanied by old parameters and scales as long as 3000 BC.
DAY 5 Dubai Le Mer and Restaurants
Day 5 on the 10 day Dubai itinerary is all about exploring the modern side of Dubai. Yes, modern as in more recent than the sky scrapers that have been enveloping the city fo the last decade or two.
- La Mer
The next place to visit on the list of things to do in Dubai during your 10 day visit to Dubai, is the best fusion of light, water and thrilling activities planned outdoor located right between Palm Jumeirah and Jumeirah bay. The destination welcomes the visitors to the palm-lined Boulevards, graffiti work and unmatched charm of the place.
Divided into four distinct zones, Beach, Leisure area, North Island, and South Island, the venue is an exciting addition to the urban city.
- Beach Front
The welcome path of beach occupies some restaurants, artificial ponds, and strolling paths. It will not take long to notice beautiful Dubai beaches here as well. There are outdoor showers, sun lounges & umbrellas, paddling, flyboarding, and boat cruising activities too. The whole area has fast become the latest and coolest hang out in Dubai.
From Greek to Arabic, from Italian to Turkish food, it is a really hard choice to settle on one cuisine because everyone of them is offering a taste. One of the most favorite dining areas is HQ’459 which is an all-day breakfast venue.
The place offers a wide range of menu ranged from Belgian waffles to Spanish Octopus. Some desi-food as Indian cuisine is all set at “Masti”. Some other highlights include Treej Café(Emirati specialist), The Backyard to have some barbeque fun, and Aprons & Hammers for most delicious seafood.
DAY 6 Overnight Trip To Abu Dhabi Day
Having explored many corners of Dubai, we didn’t want to pass up a chance to visit Abu Dhabi. You can either do day trip as I did when I visited with my sister on my last trip to Dubai or you can do an overnight trip to Abu Dhabi. The city is has becoming a magnet for the tourist but nothing compared to Dubai. There are plenty of things to do in Abu Dhabi to occupy an overnight visit. If you are going to visit Dubai for 5 days or even 7 days in Dubai, do not skip Abu Dhabi. There are plenty of options for tours to Abu Dhabi from Dubai.
Pack your overnight bag and head to check out the capital of UAE, the traditional city Abu-Dhabi.
- Louvre Abu Dhabi
Louvre is an art cum civilization museum located on Saadiyat Island Cultural District. The place is designed as a “seemingly floating dome structure”. Various souvenirs have been collected from the French Museum including the Louvre, Centre Georges Pompidou, and the Palace of Versailles. There are multiple exhibitions here like the “Talking Art- Louvre Abu Dhabi” and “Birth of a Museum”.
- Markets of Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi being the capital of UAE is home of calmness, relaxed environment and hosts much of cultural highlights. Here are some traditional markets which have a lot to offer to visitors.
- Mina Zayed Fish Sauk
- Abu Dhabi Carpet Souk
- Madinat Zayed Gold Souk
- Al Mina Fruit & Vegetable Souk
- Souk Al Zafarana
- Emirates Palace
The Palace is glittered by the beach, bars, and restaurants. Pools, marina, and Kids club are also there. The multi-dome lavish hotel is home to arches, staircases, fountains making it a glamorous location.
Le Café at Emirates Palace for high tea is next destination to stop by to have a cup of Cappuccino whose surface is glittered with 24-carat gold flakes making it a must-try. Skiing, kayaking, Windsurfing, and paddleboarding are there to have a fancy ride.
- Evening Tea at Emirates
The five towers collectively known as Emirates Tower are located in Abu Dhabi corniche. It allows the visitors to live, work, stay, shop, and dine under one roof while offering panoramic views of the city and Arabian Gulf.
The complex includes 3 residential towers and 5-star Jumeirah at Etihad Towers hotel. Relishing city views can be experienced from the 74th floor of the second tower via Observation decks at 300. The Avenue at the towers is home to the most exclusive collection of boutiques and brands.
- Sunset at Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
The largest Mosque in UAE holds the capacity of 40,000 people. There are multiple water fountains around the place. The best time to visit the place is dusk when the lighting is glittering everywhere. It is the best scene to view two white minarets against the cover of blue sky, glistened by the pink shadow of sunset. There is a Coffee Club nearby North gate. I shared plenty of pictures of our visit to Sheikh Zayed Mosque here.
For the evening entertainment in Abu Dhabi: While visiting Abu Dhabi, this is your chance to experience a desert safari in Abu Dhabi. Instead of a hotel you can even opt to have an overnight stay int he desert.
Where to stay in Abu Dhabi: There are a number of hotels in Dubai but not as many as the thousands of hotels in Dubai. For hotels in Abu Dhabi click here. Be sure to book in advance especially if looking for mid-range to budget options for accommodation in Abu Dhabi.
DAY 7 Abu Dhabi Day 2
The second day in Abu Dhabi before heading back to Dubai is all about checking out the heritage.
- Heritage Village
The building is all set to take you back to pre-modernized life. Experience desert traditions, souks, mosques and other setups from traditional Abu Dhabi. In a reconstruction of traditional oasis village, step out and explore artifacts, artisans making pottery, weaving fabric on the loom, and performing metalwork. Handmade soaps, dried herbs, and other souvenirs are open to shop.
- Ferrari World
It is not the place to miss when you are in Abu Dhabi especially if you are into cars. The theme park is loaded with a thrilling roller-coaster, kids driving arena, racing cars, 4-D fantasy journey, and racing challenges. Sip in an energy drink and set in.
- Marina Mall
This place is highlighted by Mercedes-Benz car showroom, specialty shops, mega-market, and chain of cafes. Spend your day visiting a state-of-the-art bowling alley or give a shot to 9-screen VOX cinema. The is also a 40-meter slide, band new slacklines, a thrilling zip line, and 18-m free fall is all open to visitors.
- Yas Island
The island is a theme park glittered by all sorts of motorbikes and cars. Get strapped and wear goggles while settling in the arena. Sidelong, Yas Beach is the perfect destination for the entire family. Restaurant and lounges are neighbored by the sights of surfers surfing along the undulating waves. There are plenty of tours to Yas Island from Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
There is also a golf course on Yas Island as well as Yas Mall which is all set with international brands, 20 screens VOX cinema, and food court. A series of Yachts and cruises can be found at Yas Marina. Last but not least; the Yas Marina circuit is packed with formula racing cars.
- Kite Beach In Dubai
Return to Dubai by afternoon head towards Kite Beach for a little chill-out session. It is a hotshot for all sports lovers. Volleyball, football, kayaks accompanied by running cum cycling tracks are the highlights of the place. The place attracts kite surfers with plenty of shops offering related gadgets.
DAY 8 Back To Dubai For Desert Safari
Day 8 is more of a relaxed and slow passing affair.
- One Day to Safari
Set off for safari by the morning or afternoon trip and move along sand dunes of Dubai. The desert safari tours offer mesmerizing views of dawn and dusk (depending on chosen trip) while reaching the campsite. There are camel rides, sandboarding in Dubai dunes, and trying out henna stamps on hands are favorite activities of tourists.
The falconry experience is worth a shot. Enjoy barbecue meal and try out shisha (Arabic water pipe) by the time you get across the belly dancing performances around the bonfire. Bike safari is there to toast up your visit.
DAY 9 Day Trip To Sharjah From Dubai
You cannot miss out on check out Sharjah which is only 25 min (27.7 km) away from Dubai. You can book book a taxi, Uber or even do a day trip tour to Sharjah from Dubai. Places to visit in Sharjah include:
- Museum Hopping
Sharjah has the densest collection of art museums and galleries (22 and counting).
- Buhaira Corniche
The place is a perfect spot to stop by and have a soothing stroll across the bay. The Al-Majaz Fountain can also be found here and the main attraction of Corniche. The fountain dances with a blend of music and light similar to that outside Dubai Mall.
Other attractions of the place include:
- Al Montazah Parks
- Al Noor Island
- Al Noor Mosque
- O2 Spa
- Al Qasba
- Blue Souk
- King Faisal Mosque
The mosque has the honor of being the largest Mosque of Sharjah. Located by Central Souq bus station, it covers 12,000 sqm of area. It has a capacity of 17,000 people. It also has a library with 7000 books. There are separate floors dedicated to both men and women. On the ground floor, a place is dedicated to collecting old clothes for needy people.
- Al-Arsa Souk
The oldest market place of UAE is adorned with old doors and hanging lanterns. Local handicrafts, handmade articles, Arabic attire, scents, various herbs, and other souvenirs are available. Halwa shop by the corner of the street invites its visitors so don’t forget to try Arabic coffee and Sulaimani tea.
- Heritage Museum
The fine place to spend your evening is here to dip your soul into a vintage effect. The place is adorned with Sharjah’s heritage along with rich Emirati culture. The place truly depicts the hospitality, festivals, marriage ceremonies, science and living style of the people.
DAY 10 Afternoon Tea At Burj Al Arab
Your last day in Dubai on this 10 day journey around Dubai and nearby cities has been reserved for leaving Dubai with a bang!
- Burj Al-Arab
Having explored Sharjah and returned to Dubai, the last day will be spent in luxury! You have the morning to do as you please or head to a spa before the afternoon tea. There are two options for afternoon tea at Burj Al Arab. There is the Afternoon Tea in the Sky Bar with views across the Palm as well as the afternoon tea at Burj Al-Arab on the ground floor. Be sure to book well in advance. It is one of the tallest luxury hotel situated on artificial Jumeirah Beach. The tower is bridged to the mainland via a private curving bridge. I have shared a post of our afternoon tea at Burj Al Arab in my Dubai Visual Diary.
The place is a 7-star hotel. The private suites and restaurants are available at the site. Others to check out include the aquarium restaurant Al-Mahara, are a hot shot for customers.
What To Pack For Dubai
There are a lot of misconceptions about Dubai in terms of dress code and how strict it is. I have discussed this at length on my post on what to wear in Dubai with advice on what you can and cannot wear in Dubai. I have also shared tips on the type of dresses to pack for Dubai. You really need not worry. The majority of what you can wear in other places around the world, you can wear in Dubai. There dress code rules are a lot stricter at religious places and places worship
Best Time To Visit Dubai
The whole country is a subtropical desert but in terms of when to visit, by far the best time to visit Dubai is between November and March when the temperature although warm are much more bearable. Below are the average temperatures to help you decide on the best times to visit.
Planning Your Trip To Dubai
- If doing DIY you can book your hotel via Booking or Hotels.
- Explore the many tours in Dubai and surrounding regions via Viator and GetYourGuide.
- Make sure you don’t leave without travel insurance.
- Visa for Dubai: If you have a Zambia passport as I do, you will need a visa, but I have found that flying with Emirates makes the process of visa application easier as you can apply via the manage my booking on the Emirates site. If you are visiting with a British passport or US passport.
- 30 Day Visa Stamp for the following countries: Andorra, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Hong Kong, China, Ireland, Japan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, New Zealand, People’s Republic of China, Russian Federation, San Marino, Singapore, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States of America, Vatican City.
- 90 Day Multi-Entry Visa Stamp for the following countries: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein
- Get tips on what to pack for Dubai and head and enjoy yourself.
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