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dubai

Dubai

Dubai has experienced a rapid growth and has over the last 40 years been transformed into a global city with plenty of activities for visitors. 5 star hotels, beaches, night clubs, large shopping malls with high end brands, cinemas, a theatre, desert safaris and even a skiing slope are among the possible downtime activities for […]

Dubai has experienced a rapid growth and has over the last 40 years been transformed into a global city with plenty of activities for visitors. 5 star hotels, beaches, night clubs, large shopping malls with high end brands, cinemas, a theatre, desert safaris and even a skiing slope are among the possible downtime activities for event attendants in between meetings and keynote speeches.

As for popular venues in Dubai for business events and conferences there are many options. The Dubai World Trade Centre is the largest and most popular venue, where there are several halls, meeting rooms, lounges and a large ballroom available for hosting exhibits, seminars and other types of events. The facilities at the venue make all kinds of setups a possibility and easily allow you to feature a keynote speaker or other entertainment.

Other venue options include using the facilities in some of the larger hotels in Dubai. The JW Marriott Marquis Hotel and the famous 7-star Burj Al Arab Hotel can both accommodate boardrooms as well as grand ballrooms, creating an ideal environment for any type of festivity or keynote speaker.

Several international flights have direct connections to Dubai making it an accessible destination for clients and business partners. The primary form of transportation in Dubai is by car, but along with the improvements of the infrastructure there is also a metro, that can transport residents and visitors from place to place in the rapidly moving and expanding city.

Locals recommend visiting Dubai between the months of October and April, as to avoid the intense heat during the summer.

It is also recommended that all visitors indulge in the Middle Eastern culture by trying local dishes such as the Chicken Biryani, which is an Indian origin chicken best paired with saffron rice. Spices in general are widely used in the Middle East and a visit to the local spice souk can open up a new world for visitors and their taste buds.

Dubai is a city of cultural crossroads and dynamic growth and makes it a perfect setting for your next international business event aimed at bringing together visitors, partners, clients and speakers from all over the World.