Halal Dubai Holidays
In no more than 50 years Dubai has transformed from a small desert town to a bucket list city bursting with affluence and luxury as well as culture and tradition. Home to the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, the iconic Atlantis Hotel where sleeping with the fishes is meant literally, and the dream destination for every shopaholic, the largest mall in the world. The extravagance is unmatched, from the first-class international food scene and 7* hotels to the Lamborghini police cars and gold infused coffee at brunch. If you are seeking beach, city, and everything in between, visit Dubai.
Things to do:
Whether you are looking to relax or explore, almost anything is possible in Dubai. Due to its exponential growth and vast tourism industry, there are constant new additions to the already-long list of cultural institutions. It may be in the middle of the desert but think again if you thought skiing was out of the question. Visit the Dubai Frame, a 500 feet tall picture frame offering visitors panoramic views of the city. Choose from an abundance of theme and water parks including the Global Village & Aquaventure home to record breaking waterslides and marine wildlife interaction. Kick back on Kite beach or take a trip to Dubai’s teaming spice souk for a taste of Arabic culture. The beauty of Dubai is its versatility, the morning can be spent in the city, shopping in the lavish malls, whilst the afternoon sends you mountain biking, dune driving and camel-back riding in the surrounding desert. The opportunities are endless and whether it’s an action-packed day trip or a vibrant night out, Dubai has you covered.
Cuisine and culture:
Dubai is known for its international food scene, potentially due to the 180 different nationalities residing there. Home to famous TV chefs, exquisite mixologists, and glamourous interiors, Dubai’s restaurants have become a hot spot for celebrities all over the world. With it’s growing Emirati cuisine you can experience traditional Arabian dishes, whilst their street food to their Michelin star restaurants serve up an array of sumptuous delicacies for every cultural craving. The range of culinary experience Dubai offers is one of the most expansive in the world, from foodies to fussy eaters... Bon Appetit!
First for Food-lovers
Food is certainly no problem for Muslim visitors to Dubai - in fact Dubai is considered one of the places on the planet for Muslim foodies to be. There is plenty of choice, both for families looking for fast food, and for adults looking for a more sophisticated evening out with fine dining. Like the other emirates in the UAE, Dubai has a very strict halal food import policy, meaning that absolutely all meat and chicken in Dubai is halal.
So there is a more than plentiful choice of eating places, including large numbers of international, mostly American, fast food chains. One of the most popular is the gourmet burger chain Shake Shack, certified Best of Halal, located in the three main malls and several other places in the city. Among the many more upmarket choices is Seafire Steakhouse, located in the Avenues at Atlantis The Palm, again certified 100% halal, and offering a delicious menu to enjoy in sophisticated and beautiful surroundings.
Dubai welcomes all its visitors, from whatever background, with its warm sunshine, white-sand beaches, sensational adventure parks and world-class shopping. Thanks to its Islamic traditions and increasing emphasis on halal tourism, Muslim visitors now feel especially welcome. Dubai truly has something for everyone.
Halal Friendly Dubai Hotels
Dubai Jumeirah Beach Hotels
Dubai Palm Jumeirah Hotels
Halal Multi Centre Holidays
Dubai, with its pivotal location, is the natural starting point for a multi-centre holiday, and with the extensive route network of Emirates Airlines, combining two or more destinations could not be easier. You can revel in the delights of Dubai before continuing on to fascinating places like Ras al Khaimah or Oman, to sample different aspects of the Middle East.