Ringing in the New Year in the local or a party with close friends and family is great fun. But we all love a change every now and then. So why not pack your bags and ditch the wintery chill of the UK for the warm weather and superb atmosphere of Dubai? We have a selection of New Year’s Breaks to Dubai so you can bring in 2017 in some serious style!
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You won’t go short of places to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Dubai and it will certainly be a night to remember. Well over a millilon people make their way to Downtown Dubai for midnight, when a phenomenal firework display lights up the sky around the Burj Khalifa.
If getting caught up with the crowd doesn’t appeal to you, maybe you’d enjoy the firework spectacle from the sky? Dubai’s rooftop bars offer up an amazing view of the New Year’s fireworks and the city skyline in general. Uptown Bar, Mercury Lounge, 40 Kong, Level 43 and Skyview Bar are just 5 of Dubai’s amazing rooftop bars, offering partygoers a wonderful view and a great drinks menu.
There are countless clubs, bars and restaurants in Dubai for you to choose from. And how better than to shake off the over indulgence of a New Year’s Eve than with a chilled New Year’s Day on the beach?
Dubai is a city of skyscrapers, renowned for its grandeur luxury and breathtaking architecture. Tradition meets modern amenities in this part of the world and it's possible for tourists to enjoy the Arab culture while indulging in state of the art hotels and facilities.
Here are just a handful of many things you can do in Dubai:
The emirate of Dubai has quickly transformed itself from a vast desert to a tourist playground. A sprawling metropolis, it is a unique destination and one that takes a lot of thought when it comes to packing.
Firstly, get your sunscreen and hat in the suitcase because the sun is scorching in Dubai and it doesn’t take much to burn. Similarly, the clear, blue skies mean that sunglasses are essential for protecting your eyes from the glare.
With the sticky weather outside, it is important to remember that the malls are often air-conditioned to the point where a light jacket may be needed. Try to be modest, as is the culture there, when dressing with skirts and shorts below the knee and elbow-length sleeves on shirts. Make sure that you get breathable fabrics; loose cottons and linens are ideal.
On your feet, go for flip flops and sandals but keep in mind that trips like sandboarding, desert safaris and camel rides will need comfortable, closed footwear. In the evening, natives will be dressed up so make sure you have smart clothing for going out to bars and restaurants; especially if you’re hitting the clubs.
Found in the Northern desert belt, Dubai has intensely hot and humid summers with warm winters to boot. The months of June through September all have average highs around 40ºC with lows of little less than 30ºC in the evenings. This, combined with the high humidity, can make the emirate sticky and uncomfortable at times.
January is the coldest month and that still has an average high of 24ºC with a low of just 14ºC. During the winter months, between December and March, Dubai can get thunderstorms and the odd shower with the wettest month of February averaging 35 millimeters of rain.
The tropical desert climate means that whenever you go you can expect Dubai to be warm and sunny but it does fluctuate a little.
Check out our Blog to see some of the amazing experiences Dubai New Year Breaks has to offer
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