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Dubai is well known for its fast paced way of life, its energy, and its openness towards people from all over the world. There is a whole lot to do and see in Dubai, and after a busy day at Global Smart Energy Summit you may want to grab the opportunity to relax, unwind and enjoy everything this city has to offer….
If you are looking to extend your stay for some well-deserved rest and relaxation after the Summit is finished then the below guide might just be what you’re looking for.
Dubai’s many wonders are well documented, but when it comes down to the basics - like public transport, weather, culture and business – all you need is in this essential guide. So, with your plane tickets and hotel booked, read on to discover all you need to know before visiting our emirate.
While Dubai World Trade Centre is home to many cafes and restaurants ideal for a post-seminar refreshment, exhibition-goers keen to see more of the city won’t have to stray too far. Here are the coolest cafes, restaurants and nightspots within a 10-minute drive of the Trade Centre.
After the show it is time to head to the rooftops of Dubai – the ultimate place to catch a sunset over the Gulf or watch the twinkling
lights of the big city. Whether you want to dance, chill, eat or admire quirky décor, there’s something for all tastes. Here are some we especially love.
Think you know everything about Dubai? Think again: there’s much to be unearthed! A trailblazing museum, stunning new theme parks, ground-breaking retail developments, new age gastronomy and a grand opera house … discover that there's even more to Dubai than the extraordinary Burj Khalifa, impressive malls and romantic desert.