Monthly Archives: November 2013

Dubai at a Glance

dubai-is-planning-an-epic-comebackDubai is both a dynamic business center and a tourist paradise. Just overnight from London, three hours from Mumbai, seven hours from Hong Kong, halfway between Europe and Asia, only a few destinations take more than eight hours direct flying time to or from Dubai.
This is a destination of choice for vacationing, living, and conducting business.


What to do
This diverse, bustling and beautiful city has a lot to offer for travelers. From jeep safaris on beautiful sand dunes, to the excitement of a vibrant nightlife, luxurious shopping malls, and fine dining, there’s plenty of choices to choose from.

Dubai is ranked the world’s second most popular destination for shopping. From traditional souks to modern shopping malls, tourists can find it all. Dubai is truely a shoppers paradise.
Dubai is the sport capital of the Middle East. Each year, it hosts a variety of popular sporting activities and incredible entertainment attractions, in addition to world-renowned conferences and exhibitions.
It’s nightlife is second to none. Choose from sophisticated cocktail lounges to typical pubs. Most feature live nightly entertainment and have an ambiance of their own.

When to Go
images (1)Dubai is hot and for most of the year. However, the best time to visit is November to March, when temperatures are cooler. January is consider the premium month to visit because of the overcast and rain.
Summer is the cheapest time to visit, but there is a catch to that. From June to September, the average temperature is 40 degrees Celsius. If visitors chose to visit during summer, it’s best to stick to the shopping malls, hotels, and swimming pools.

Why Go
Dubai has a rich culture, rooted in Bedouin heritage, with traditions of storytelling, poetry, song, and dance. There are plenty of opportunities to experience it. Dubai is also a futuristic city to most, with audacious architecture, spectacular skylines, obsession with fashion and style. There is just as much fun to be had in this small city.

Why Fly First Class

Why Fly First Class
Flying first class is renown for a high price, but if you stop to think about it, the benefits are worth the cost .Flying first class is the only way to enjoy comfort and service on flights. Rather than being stuck in a small, uncomfortable seat and eating mediocre food, enjoy your time well spent on a First Class flight.

Pre-Flight Benefits
The first class experience even begins even before you board the plane.Many airports have separate lines for security for first class passengers. Passengers are also invited to board first, and on international flights are given free access to airport lounges.First class Customers do not pay for the first three pieces of checked baggage! Airlines will board first class passengers first, giving them time to relax, and enjoy a drink before the flight takes off.

As soon as the plan reaches a safe altitude, free and unlimited drinks are served. Mealtime always begins with a warm, wet towel to clean your hands. On first class flights with meals, passengers usually have a choice of an entrée with soup, all served on real flatware, unlike the plastic in coach.

In First Class, passengers experience a in-seat personal video system with personal viewing monitors, a vast library of music, individual laptop power ports, personal reading lights, individual satellite telephones and noise cancelling headphones.

Now, the seat is what first class flying is all about. The main benefit is the extra room. Passengers have their own private and spacious suite. If sleepy, relax on a fully flat bed with mattress and duvet. And the front cabin is usually quieter, giving first class occupants the peace and quiet they need.

Is it Worth it to Pay for First Class?
Absolutely, yes. While the cost of first class seating is a considerable jump from coach,the extra room and quiet are more valuable and are worth the increased cost.