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Two countries, one trip? Doddle.

If you want to make the most of your time away, see more with a Dubai multi-centre holiday. It’s the best way to tick two places off your bucket list. You can explore the City of Gold – seeing top Dubai attractions like the Burj Khalifa, Burj al Arab and Dubai Mall – and then jet off to another exciting destination.

A multi-centre holiday gives you the chance to visit two countries, or sometimes even three, in one easy trip. Just a seven-hour flight from the UK, Dubai is a great starting point for your getaway. You can go on a shopping spree in one of the city’s vast malls, visit the viewing deck of the record-breaking Burj Khalifa, and eat your way around Dubai’s Michelin-starred restaurants. Go on an incredible desert safari, or simply unwind on one of the city’s sun-soaked beaches. However you spend your time, a few days in Dubai serves as the perfect introduction to your multi-centre holiday.

Once you’ve ticked off all Dubai’s major sights, it’s time for part two of your trip. You can pair Dubai with a variety of different places, and our experts will help you plan every detail. Perhaps you want to delve into Asia, and head off to Thailand or Bali? Or maybe, after a few days in a busy city, you’d prefer to unwind on a white-sand beach in Mauritius or the Maldives? Whatever you’re into, we’ve got the perfect Dubai multi-centre holiday for you.

Middle Eastern escapes

Indian Ocean retreats

Asian adventures

South Africa trips

Dubai and Abu Dhabi

You don’t need to travel far to enjoy a multi-centre holiday. If you’ve always wanted to see more of the Middle East, why not pair Dubai with Abu Dhabi? You can experience all the splendour of Dubai, and then drive just 90 minutes north to the capital of the UAE. 

Like Dubai, Abu Dhabi is a haven for shopaholics. Abu Dhabi Mall has more than 200 shops, while Marina Mall has over 400 stores. When you want to get your adrenaline pumping, spend a day on Yas Island. Dedicated to theme park thrills, this place is home to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Warner Bros. World™ Abu Dhabi, and Yas Waterworld.

If you fancy some culture, head to Louvre Abu Dhabi or visit Sheikh Zayed Mosque. An incredible feat of architecture, this striking place of worship can comfortably fit 40,000 people inside. And you don’t need to be Muslim to enter – the mosque is open to all.

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Dubai and the Indian Ocean

If your dream multi-centre holiday is a city break followed by some beach time, this is the perfect option for you. Combining Dubai and an Indian Ocean island gives you the best of both worlds.

You could head to the picture-perfect Maldives. Famous for its pure-white sands and clear-as-could-be seas, this tropical spot is the ultimate place to relax. You can go snorkelling with tropical fish and unwind in your overwater villa. 

Or you could opt for Mauritius. Floating off the east coast of southern Africa, this exotic isle offers pristine beaches and a variety of nature and wildlife. Hike past stunning waterfalls, go dolphin-watching, and kayak through turquoise waters.

Alternatively, if you want a bit more of an adventure, pair Dubai with Sri Lanka. You can see gentle elephants, visit lush tea plantations and admire ornate temples – and round off each busy day on the beach.

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Dubai and Asia

Dubai is roughly half way between the UK and lots of popular Asian destinations. Top choices include Bali, Thailand and Malaysia – so why not add on an Asian escape to your Dubai trip? Our experts will sort out all the logistics to ensure you have a hassle-free holiday.

If you opt for Thailand, you can spend a few days taking in the sights and sounds of energetic Bangkok. Visit the Grand Palace, try delicious street food and explore the floating markets. Then you can continue your holiday with some beach time in Phuket or Hua Hin.

Or you could travel even further to Indonesia. Spend a week in tropical Bali, where you’ll find tranquil temples and powdery sands. Or, after Dubai, extend your city break with a few days in Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, before retreating to the peaceful island of Penang.

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Dubai and South Africa

If you want to experience city living and natural wonders, what better than a multi-centre holiday to Dubai and South Africa? The City of Gold and the Rainbow Nation are certainly a colourful combination.

You can explore cosmopolitan Cape Town and explore popular attractions like Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront and Boulder’s Beach, where you’ll find South Africa’s adorable penguins. Further afield, you can sip delicious wines in Stellenbosch, or go whale-watching in Hermanus.

And, of course, no trip to South Africa would be complete without a safari. Get up early and go on a game drive in search of the ‘Big Five’ with your knowledgeable guide. You’ll see a variety of other animals, too, including giraffe, hippo, warthog, wildebeest and zebra. 

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Middle Eastern escapes

Dubai and Abu Dhabi

You don’t need to travel far to enjoy a multi-centre holiday. If you’ve always wanted to see more of the Middle East, why not pair Dubai with Abu Dhabi? You can experience all the splendour of Dubai, and then drive just 90 minutes north to the capital of the UAE. 

Like Dubai, Abu Dhabi is a haven for shopaholics. Abu Dhabi Mall has more than 200 shops, while Marina Mall has over 400 stores. When you want to get your adrenaline pumping, spend a day on Yas Island. Dedicated to theme park thrills, this place is home to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Warner Bros. World™ Abu Dhabi, and Yas Waterworld.

If you fancy some culture, head to Louvre Abu Dhabi or visit Sheikh Zayed Mosque. An incredible feat of architecture, this striking place of worship can comfortably fit 40,000 people inside. And you don’t need to be Muslim to enter – the mosque is open to all.

Show More
Show Less

Indian Ocean retreats

Dubai and the Indian Ocean

If your dream multi-centre holiday is a city break followed by some beach time, this is the perfect option for you. Combining Dubai and an Indian Ocean island gives you the best of both worlds.

You could head to the picture-perfect Maldives. Famous for its pure-white sands and clear-as-could-be seas, this tropical spot is the ultimate place to relax. You can go snorkelling with tropical fish and unwind in your overwater villa. 

Or you could opt for Mauritius. Floating off the east coast of southern Africa, this exotic isle offers pristine beaches and a variety of nature and wildlife. Hike past stunning waterfalls, go dolphin-watching, and kayak through turquoise waters.

Alternatively, if you want a bit more of an adventure, pair Dubai with Sri Lanka. You can see gentle elephants, visit lush tea plantations and admire ornate temples – and round off each busy day on the beach.

Show More
Show Less

Asian adventures

Dubai and Asia

Dubai is roughly half way between the UK and lots of popular Asian destinations. Top choices include Bali, Thailand and Malaysia – so why not add on an Asian escape to your Dubai trip? Our experts will sort out all the logistics to ensure you have a hassle-free holiday.

If you opt for Thailand, you can spend a few days taking in the sights and sounds of energetic Bangkok. Visit the Grand Palace, try delicious street food and explore the floating markets. Then you can continue your holiday with some beach time in Phuket or Hua Hin.

Or you could travel even further to Indonesia. Spend a week in tropical Bali, where you’ll find tranquil temples and powdery sands. Or, after Dubai, extend your city break with a few days in Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, before retreating to the peaceful island of Penang.

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South Africa trips

Dubai and South Africa

If you want to experience city living and natural wonders, what better than a multi-centre holiday to Dubai and South Africa? The City of Gold and the Rainbow Nation are certainly a colourful combination.

You can explore cosmopolitan Cape Town and explore popular attractions like Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront and Boulder’s Beach, where you’ll find South Africa’s adorable penguins. Further afield, you can sip delicious wines in Stellenbosch, or go whale-watching in Hermanus.

And, of course, no trip to South Africa would be complete without a safari. Get up early and go on a game drive in search of the ‘Big Five’ with your knowledgeable guide. You’ll see a variety of other animals, too, including giraffe, hippo, warthog, wildebeest and zebra. 

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