Reif Park Hotel Apartments

Al Muraqqabat Street, Deira, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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family specials

by schroets

Hi we are arriving in Dubai on Sunday for a week. Family of 5 - 4 adults and 1 13yr. Would love to do desert trip but 13yr old not too keen on the roller coaster sand dune 4x4. Sight seeing trip in mountains and wadis sounds good any ideas? Where is Fujeirah? Photo enthusiasts.

Re: family specials

by colin_bramso

I agree with the 13 year old, the dune trips can be very bumpy! You can take a trip - hire a car and do it yourself if you like - to Hatta, which is on the UAE/Oman border and goes through all kinds of different sandy desert terrain, past big dunes and into the mountainous area of Hatta. It's all on excellent sealed roads so no bumps! At Hatta you can look around the village and then have lunch at Hatta Fort Hotel. It's about an hour and a half to get there from Dubai.

Fujeirah is on the east coast (Dubai is on the west coast) on the Gulf of Oman and it's a couple of hours drive on good roads.

Re: family specials

by schroets

Thanks definetly think we will hire a car for the week. Any suggestions? Do we need a 4x4 to travel to Hatta? They seem very expensive to hire!

Re: family specials

by colin_bramso

You will need to bring an international driving licence with you to hire a car in Dubai - you can probably get one cheaply and easily from one of your motoring organisations.

You won't need a 4X4 unless you specifically want to go off-road, just hire a standard sedan because the roads are good, signs are in English and Arabic. But be alert to the terrible standard of driving here.

In Dubai city parking is a problem but maybe your hotel has parking available - where are you staying?

Re: family specials

by dave.richards

Take a browse through my Fujairah guide.

Re: family specials

by dave.richards

Take a browse through my Fujairah guide.

Re: family specials

by bugipogi

I recommend water parks here in Dubai for kids... Wild Wadi or Atlantis is fine. Hatta is also good, Kor Fakkan in Fujairah is nice. Dibba as well is a cool sight. Just pick your choice. Ask your hotel conceirge for some bargain price with car rentals. If you find it expensive, try the bellboy... he knows someone somewhere ... especially filipinos... hehehe!

Trust me...!

Travel Tips for Dubai

Ramadan - things to be carefull of

by binkieloo

Don't drink water in public - you can be fined - same goes for eating.
Women shouldn't show their elbows or knees during this period.
The best idea is to watch what locals are doing and follow them.

Al Badia Residential Complex

by uglyscot

The Festival City area is a new development, and nearby is the Al Badia Residential Complex. Just beside th Festival City are the traditional-style blocks of Al Badia Hillside Village. Then come small villas and large blocks, a sports area, club, shops and across the way the fantastic Four Seasons Hotel and Golf Club site.The latter is sure to attract a lot of visitors.

24 Hours Shopping

by Rinjani about Union Cooperative

There are two reasons why I like this place :
It opens for 24 hours and the fruits are usually fresh. Union Cooperative or familiar called as “Co-op” is a favorable shopping place for those who like to buy stuffs in large quantity. It’s an ideal place for family shopping. Union Cooperative has its branches in several locations in Dubai. But my favorite is at opposite Safa Park (Al Wasl road) This place is usually crowded, especially in the morning and in the evening. You can find a lot of local people shopping here.
Union Cooperative has wide variety of dates (especially in Ramadan time), fresh fruits, cheese and olives. At olives section, you can taste their variety kind of olives. Taste them is recommended (I got one who is super sour)

In the second floor, you can also find Areej (beauty and cosmetic products), home appliance and clothes. Cash and credit card (better cash)

Public Transport in Dubai

by Airpunk

Dubai’s public transport system is not as bad as its reputation. For a long time, it was the medium of transport for the poor only with different sections for men and women. In the recent years, the bus system is also attracting more expatriates from different origins, giving public transport a more important role in society. And in one of Dubai’s famous traffic jams, it does not make any difference in which kind of vehicle you are trapped. A metro system is under construction and the first trains are expected to be running in 2009.
But right now, there’s only the bus to rely on. On most routes, the price is 2,00 Dhs (2007). Buses run frequently during daytime and most of the lines go through the central bus terminal near the Gold Souk. Although you won’t find any route maps, the system is easy to use.Just get onto the bus, tell the driver where you want to go to and pay your ticket. Drivers were always friendly and will surely help you finding a connection to the point where you want to get to. And the seperation from men and women seems to be gone…

Excellent Salad Bar...

by Laerke about Cosmo Cafe

You can sit both inside, outside and upstairs. Tends to get crowded with exclusive-looking guests at night. Its particully worth going at this time if you like checking out fancy cars.

Very good service, though a bit expensive - you get what you pay for: quality.

AND you can smoke shisha here. Maybe not the cheapest place, but coolest. Try 2 apples.

No alcohol served. The salad bar! Nice to sit outside as its almost impossible to eat anything else in the heat - even at night during the summer period jun - aug.

Excellent italian icecream and coffee.

Serves Italian, Japanese, Seafood andVegetarian.

Open 8.30am - 1.00 at night


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