Flights to Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dubai is served by 2 international air facilities, Dubai International and Al Maktoum International Airports. Dubai International Airport is the main gateway into the city, though, being the largest and busiest airport of the United Arab Emirates. Al Maktoum International Airport is a much newer airport that was only opened in 2010, and as of December 2016 does not operate flights to and from Asia.
- Dubai International Airport is situated only around 5 kilometres from Dubai and consists of 3 passenger terminals. A taxi ride from the airport to the city would take around 35 minutes at a fare of about AED 65 (SGD 25.56).
- Al Maktoum International Airport is located 37 kilometres from Dubai. A taxi ride to the city should cost around AED 140 (SGD 55.04) and take about half an hour.
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Best Time to Visit Dubai
The United Arab Emirates is located in the Arabian Peninsula, an arid, desert landscape covered mostly by the Arabian Desert. As such, its highly unsurprising that temperatures in Dubai vary between hot, hotter and hottest. Tourists are advised to avoid visiting the city in the searing heat and humidity of the summer months from April to October, as temperatures can soar as high as 41 °C. Winter, taking place from November to March, is a much more pleasant season. Temperatures seldom go above 23-25°C during the day and drop to a cool 12 °C at night.
Things to do in Dubai
Though not the capital of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is a city of superlatives - its home to the world’s largest airport terminal, tallest building, largest choreographed fountain system, biggest fireworks display, most luxurious hotel, largest mall and many, many other man-made marvels. Known for stunningly extravagant luxury as well as amazing architectural feats, Dubai is one of the world’s fastest-growing cities and usually succeeds in blowing tourists’ minds away with its over-the-top decadence. The Burj Khalifa, for example, is simultaneously the tallest building and most luxurious hotel in the world, standing at a towering 163 stories tall.
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Airports near Dubai
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