GUsto mo ng ginto ha!
Meron month sa dubai na celebrate nila isang feast na mababa lahat presyo ng bilihin, especially mga gadgets.. mahal accommodation.. fried chicken na ang pagkain ng mahihirap.. may mga open beach na pede puntahan ng libre.. dami malalaki malls. IBN Battuta Mall yung tanda ko na isang napuntahan ko.. Astig interior, composed of 6 malls actually na pinagdugtong dugtong..kada isang mall eh may theme / feature na bansa.. China, Egypt at iba iba pa.. Sarap sa dubai kung madami ka pera.. ahahhaa
takte! kung maabot lang!
kailangan may mag sponsor ng visa mo na nasa dubai na! di pede apply visit visa on your own!
dame russians na nagkalat! bwahahahahahahahahahahhahah!
Pag CE, ME, EE, Arki, o ID basta mahusay sa design software astig dun! laki sweldo ahahahhahahahah
Heritage sites and Places of interest in Dubai
Sheikh Obaid bin Thani House
Located in the Shindagha area near Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House, it was built in 1916. The 1250 sq.m two storey house is made of stone and mud with traditional style windows, doors and facades. The house is currently undergoing conversion to a museum.
Bait Al Wakeel
Built in 1934 by the late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Bait Al Wakeel was the first office building in Dubai. At the edge of the Creek near the abra landing, the building’s restoration was completed in 1995.
Heritage Village and Diving Village
A traditional heritage village, located near the mouth of Dubai Creek in the Shindagha district, features potters and weavers practicing traditional crafts, as well as exhibits and demonstrations of pearl diving. It is a place where the visitors can take a step back in time and experience some of Dubai’s culture and heritage.
Al Ahmadiya School
Established in 1912, Al Ahmadiya School was the first regular school in Dubai, located in the Al-Ras area of Deira. The two-storey building was renovated in 1995 for use as a museum of education.
The oldest part of the house dates back to the 1890s, with many newer parts added in later years. It is a large courtyard house with more than 10 rooms and a rectangular windtower.
Majlis Um-Al Sheif
Built around 1955 as a summer retreat for the late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the majlis is located in the Jumeirah area near the sea and features a traditional palm tree garden with a ‘falaj’ irrigation system.
Bur Dubai Creekside
The buildings lining the Bur Dubai side of the creek provided the main panorama of the old city. The traditional facades of these buildings have been restored to their original state, with wooden windows, decorative gypsum panels and screens.
The two main souks of Bur Dubai and Deira are being restored to highlight the historical commercial roots of the city. Both markets are covered with traditional roofing and materials, with shops featuring old-style wooden doors.
Complain if the price is being increased indiscrim
In the UAE the government is asking the public to report activities such as manipulation of the market and prices, to the Consumer Protection Department.
If you feel that prices are being increased indiscriminately in the market or your regular grocery, you can make a complaint to the Department over the toll free number: 600522225.
You can also fax the Department at (02) 6271021, or email to Consumer@economy.ae
The postal address of the Department is P.O. Box: 901, Abu Dhabi.
The Ministry of Economy has also set up a website where you can check food prices weekly on the indictor at www.economy.ae
Six Destinations, One Mall
Another shopping mall in Dubai. Situated in The Gardens, Jebel Ali, the mall is more than just a place to shop. The architecture is amazing. Claims as ‘Six Malls, One Destination’. Ibn Battuta Mall comprised of six destinations, reflects places where Ibn Battuta, Arab famous explorer, visited in 14th century.
(See Ibn Battuta Mall in Must See Activities for more info) As shopping destination, the mal is no different with other malls in Dubai where many high street brands are found here. For example Next, Aldo, Hang Ten, Levi’s, Giordano. The plus point is the big department store such as Debenhams, Bhs, Grand Store, Jacky Electronics, Jumbo Electronics, Paris Gallery and Areej can be found here.
Yes folks, the mal is big. High heels is highly avoid recommended and camera is a must! Cash and credit card
Water taxis,buses and your trusty feet..
Getting around Dubai is as simple as walking from spot A to B(with just enough deviations for pitstops of course).All you need is to ask for a general map of the area and the rest takes care of itself.(most hotels and lodges would have these on hand)The landmarks and demarcations are clear and straightforward and it doesn't take much skill in finding your chosen destination.
I found that the best way was just to wander with my map and experience Dubai grain by grain.Old Dubai is seperated from the New Dubai by the creek but is easily accessible with the local water taxis that await you by the water's edge...the abras.Don't foget to haggle over transportation costs though!
Buses are regular and reliable enough and transport you to the city itself...as well as to all the major locations.
I must admit I enjoyed Dubai on FOOT the best though!