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After a few nights in glittering Dubai, head to a serene desert oasis just 45 minutes away.
- Hit the slopes at Ski Dubai in the Dubai Emirates Mall, the third-largest indoor ski slope in the world.
- Many United Arab Emirates Tours will stop at the Al Fahidi Fort, which is the oldest standing building in Dubai – having been built in 1787 – and houses the Dubai Museum, which depicts the traditional Emirati way of life before modernization.
- For a change of scenery, drive two hours from Dubai to the Musandam Peninsula which separates the Persian Gulf from the Gulf of Oman. The flat desert of Dubai quickly transforms into the Hajar Mountains that descend into to crescent coves etched by a turquoise sea full of dolphins and exotic fish.
- Dine on Shawarma, the Emirati staple that is as ubiquitous as the American Burger is in the United States.
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