Dubai Multi-Centre Holidays

Known for its over-the-top architecture, high-end shopping malls and sun kissed beaches, Dubai embraces luxury with open arms. Dubai multi-centre holidays allows you to combine the  traditional Arabic culture with a cosmopolitan city vibe, this glitzy destination boasts many attractions including the world’s tallest tower.

For many, a trip to Dubai can only be enhanced with a stop off at another wondrous location by taking a twin or multi-centre holiday. With all accommodation and flights included, this is the perfect choice for travellers looking to see more of the world without the hassle. One of our most popular options is to twin Dubai with the Indian Ocean, choose from the Maldives, Mauritius or Sri Lanka.

For those seeking cultural delights and desert adventures, our Oman and Dubai multi-centre trip offers this and more. Enjoy spectacular mountainous scenery, authentic bazaars and souks and a stay on the spectacular Gulf of Oman before taking a short flight to Dubai.

For those looking further afield then it’s easy to pair this glitzy UAE city with Bali, Thailand and Hong Kong. Talk to our Travel Experts about our many Dubai multi-centre holiday options. We can either tailor something a little more bespoke so it won’t be long before you’re relaxing in style.

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Helpful Travel Information

Travelling to Dubai? Find top tips for making your holiday to Dubai the best it can be with our handy Dubai Travel Guide.

  • Flying to Dubai from the UK: Non-stop flights leave various UK airports daily to Dubai.
  • Flight time from the UK: 6 hours and 45 minutes
  • Dubai Currency: Dirham
  • Time difference: GMT +4
  • Visa for Dubai: A visitor's visa is provided on arrival
  • Language in Dubai: Arabic
  • Getting around: Taxis are readily available and are reasonably priced. Getting around Dubai and travelling to and from your hotel should be straightforward and stress-free.
  • Weather: Wondering when to visit Dubai? Blessed with year-round sunshine, temperatures typically range from 20 degrees centigrade to the mid-40s. November to February is the most popular time to visit Dubai, with temperatures sitting at around 25 to 30 degrees centigrade
  • Ramadan: In 2024 Ramadan will be between Sunday 10th March and Tuesday 9th April 
To find out more about Dubai, head over to our travel blog, The Edit!

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What To Do On A Dubai Holiday


What is the best time of year to visit Dubai?

The optimal time to visit Dubai often depends on your personal preferences for weather and crowd sizes. However, generally speaking, the best time to visit is from November to February. During these months, Dubai experiences pleasant weather with average temperatures ranging from 17°C to 30°C. This period is perfect for outdoor activities and exploring the city's various attractions without the discomfort of extreme heat. Additionally, the famous Dubai Shopping Festival takes place in January and February, making it an excellent time for shopaholics.

Does Dubai have a nightlife?

Certainly, Dubai offers a vibrant and diverse nightlife scene that caters to a multitude of preferences and tastes. From high-end rooftop lounges overlooking the city's glittering skyline, to lively nightclubs featuring international DJs, there's something to suit all night owls. Please note, the legal drinking age in Dubai is 21 and most clubs will require identification at the door. Always remember to respect local customs and laws while enjoying Dubai's nightlife.

What are the best activities to do in Dubai?

For the adventurous, a desert safari is a unique experience, complete with dune bashing, sand boarding, and an authentic Bedouin meal. If shopping is your preference, the city’s countless malls, including the Dubai Mall, the world's largest, offer unparalleled retail therapy. Cultural enthusiasts can explore the historic district of Al Fahidi, the Dubai Museum, or enjoy a traditional Dhow cruise along the Dubai Creek. For breathtaking views, a visit to the observation deck of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest structure, is a must. Finally, Dubai's culinary scene is a gastronomic adventure offering an amalgamation of cuisines from around the world.

How do I prepare for a trip to Dubai?

For a seamless and memorable trip to Dubai, consider the following: · Visa & Documentation: Ensure a valid passport and appropriate visa. UK citizens get a 30-day visa-free stay. · Best Time to Visit: November to February offers pleasant temperatures. · Appropriate Attire: Dress modestly, especially at religious sites or traditional areas. · Currency Exchange: The local currency is the UAE Dirham (AED). Carry some for small shops and taxis. · Health & Safety: Have travel insurance for emergencies. Dubai is safe, but respect local laws and customs. · Activities & Attractions: Enjoy desert safaris, shopping in the largest mall, exploring Burj Khalifa, and beach resorts. Plan ahead for a fulfilling visit.

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