Why visit Dubai?

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Dubai is one of the most beautiful cities in the United Arab Emirates and the most modern and progressive one. It is an independent desert city-state that is developing at an unbelievable pace in terms of trade and tourism. It boasts of the largest population of immigrants in the world and home to great infrastructure and liberal policies.

Dubai is also well known for its tourist amenities and facilities. Sightseeing, nightlife, shopping, partying, sporting events, restaurants; Dubai has it all. Dubai is known as the “city of superlatives” as it is home to Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building; Dubai Mall which is the world’s largest shopping mall; Dubai Fountain which is the world’s longest dancing fountain, etc.

Though Dubai is a city of soaring skyscrapers and not much of history and tradition, it is a charming, happy and buzzing metropole!

Welcome to the land of Emiratis, where old meets new. A truly cosmopolitan society, which expresses diversity in each walk, be it culinary, fashion, music and landscape. A city which is usually known for shopping festivals has its own quirks.


Whether it is the cops driving Bentley & Ferrari or the world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa, or the elevated Tennis courts, Dubai is different from others. With experiences ranging from Desert safari to aqua venture to skiing, Dubai is a great family holiday destination. Dubai is an open society where it’s easy for travellers to savour varied experiences, be it eating like a Bedouin, dancing on the beach, shopping for local art or riding a camel in the desert. Come Beyonder and soak in a slice of this bustling city from the Middle East.


Dubai Experiences

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Best places to visit in Dubai

Jumeirah – A residential area with beautiful villas built close to the beach. Plus the Jumeirah Mosque and Residential walk.

Downtown Dubai – In the heart of “New Dubai” with Dubai Marina on one side and Sharjah city on the other. Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall, Dubai Fountain and several other skyscrapers and hotels are all a part of Downtown Dubai.


Dubai Marina – The mega development that borders Jabel Ali, the world’s largest man-made port has many attractions like the Jumeirah beach walk, along with a number of hotels, skyscrapers and an open market…

Karama – Karama, also known as ‘Little India’, is home to most of the Indians in Dubai – cheap eats and buys are the top things found here.

Bur Dubai is a historical district with attraction like souks, floating restaurants and the famous creek.

International City – Known as Dubai’s Chinatown, International city is a residential area in the desert area of Dubai.

Jabel Ali is a major residential and industrial area in the southern part of Dubai. It is home to the Ibn Battuta Mall, a themed mall based on the countries the explorer visited.

Blue-waters – A vibrant lifestyle destination with fabulous entertainment and hospitality options to choose from… It houses the world’s largest observation wheel, Ain Dubai.


Top Things to do in Dubai

  • Shopping and dancing fountain at the Dubai Mall plus more than 1000 stores to shop from.
  • Step in to the very-very tall Burj Khalifa, the icon of Dubai which cannot be missed out for the fabulous views.
  • Royal Desert Safari experience – Go off-roading on a bumpy desert track and capture the desert.
  • Get your blood racing at Skydive Dubai with the craziest event in Dubai – jumping off a chartered plane at about 4000ft along with the professionals. Get mesmerised with the views and the adrenaline rush.
  • The Dubai Dhow Cruise for a view of the city from the water.
  • Shopping at the Gold Souk which showcases traditional Arab culture – the place for gold and some exquisite jewellery…
  • Fasten your seat belts for Ferrari World in the capital city of Abu Dhabi – a theme park famous for its display centre and the fun roller coaster rides.

Things to note

Dubai winters are from November to April and this is the best time to visit Dubai. The weather is pleasant and suited for all kinds of outdoor activities. What’s more, the much-loved Dubai Shopping Festival is held during January-February and that is when you will see Dubai actually crowded.
We have created these experience capsules after travelling and experiencing this country ourselves. We can, of course, customize these to your requirement or interest areas – a holiday tailored exactly to your needs.

Come Beyonder to Dubai and experience the modern desert city.

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What our Dubai Travellers Say

Archana ParandhamaBeyonder Traveller - Dubai

My mother and I visited Dubai for a vacation recently, with the help of Beyonder. Beyonder is slightly new in the industry but I can very well say that their professionalism is commendable.


Our stay in Dubai was for about 6 days and each place we had to visit was planned out so well. Mr. Kishen was even kind enough to come down to our place and ask us for about our preferences in order to make it special and memorable.
My mother usually doesn’t travel much so it was amazing to see her experience a new place each day and what that place had to offer us. The tour was planned in a way they suited our budget and the quality was not at all compromised.
The most impressive part for me was how quick they were to resolve any problem that did come up due to uncertainties and how diligently they followed up on us just to ensure our safety.
I would definitely recommend Beyonder to everyone. For people who really want to soak in the culture of the place they visit, Beyonder is the go to place without a doubt.


Shyamala and groupBeyonder Traveller - Dubai

Thanks for the lovely trip planning Beyonder team.we thoroughly enjoyed the Dubai tour. It was very well organized and executed despite glitches like flight delay.

Shyamala and group

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