United Arab Emirates
Discover all that's possible.
Experience the essence of Dubai and the beating heart of the Emirates. Discover a city full of history and traditions and new ones constantly being made; "I am the spirit of possible, the spirit of Dubai".
Dubai is the largest and most populated city in the UAE. Known for its luxury shopping, modern city scape and lively nightlife. The city boasts some of the biggest, tallest and most luxurious architectural wonders in the world.
The capital of the UAE, sits off the mainland on an island in the Arabian Gulf. Abu Dhabi is a fascinating mix of tradition and progression. A city that isn't afraid of setting world records whilst still maintaining a distinctly Arabian charm.
"The Garden City" of the Emirates is known for its palm groves and natural springs. Al Ain is one of the world's oldest inhabited settlements, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the UAE's highest number of Emirati nationals.
Sharjah is considered the nation’s cultural capital. In 1998, Unesco declared it the cultural capital of the Arab World. The city is built around a creek lined with restored traditional homes, museums devoted to Emirati customs and a heritage area.
Ajman, the smallest of the seven emirates is centrally located on the western coast of the UAE. The palm-lined sandy beach, a cutlure of exceptional hospitality and the value-for-money hotels make it an attractive getaway.
Ras Al Khaimah
Ras Al Khaimah establishes itself as the UAE’s most authentic destination. This emirate has a lot to offer holidayers with year-long sunshine, unspoiled beaches, scenic hikes, water sports and outdoor activities.
Umm Al Quwain
Located on a peninsula, the city of Umm Al Quwain features an old town with a centuries-old fort and UAQ National Museum. Also enjoy a protected lagoon, a haven for seabirds, water park, camel racetrack and traditional village.
On the east coast lies the emirate's business and commercial hub, Fujairah. Known for its beaches and the Hajar Mountains, the city of Fujairah is home to the massive Sheikh Zayed Mosque and a restored 17th-century fort.