Some really great places you can quench your thirsty palate during your Dubai City Tours are at the Atlantis, Carter’s (which happens to have an oxygen bar as well), Hard Rock Café, the Irish Village, Trilogy at the Madinat Al Jumeirah and the aircrew favorite Zinc.
have given over to cobbled and more spacious versions, but one element they yet retain is an old world charm.
The Deira Spice Souk and the Perfume Souk are tastes of the exotic you must savor when sightseeing Dubai. The spices and attars (perfume essences) sold at these places are headier and more aromatic then the ones found elsewhere. Some attar shops can even concoct you a signature perfume to suit your senses and personality, making it a unique souvenir to carry home (we happen to know some authentic perfume sellers who can do this).
Camels have always enjoyed a special status amongst the fauna of the Middle East. While horses remain an Arab favorite, camels are almost a symbol of the Gulf countries. They perform a variety of functions- as beasts of burden to being Arabian delicacies.