5 Multi Centre Dubai Luxury Holidays

Dubai luxury holidays are now more popular than ever, and it is easy to see why. It is one of the fastest growing, most diverse and exciting cities in the world, with an outstanding range of luxury experiences on offer. Increasingly, travellers looking to get the most out of their Dubai luxury holidays are combining a visit to the city with a stay somewhere else – another place in Dubai, or a location in another country all together.
Often these multi-centre holidays will contrast two very different experiences. City and beach holidays in Dubai, for example, allow a visitor experience both the hustle and bustle of the city as well as the relaxation of a beach holiday. Perhaps most exciting are the multi-centre holidays designed to give a taste of two very different cultures – Hong Kong, Thailand and Sri Lanka are just some of the destinations that can be combined with a luxury holiday to Dubai.
Dubai and Hong Kong
A twin centre Dubai and Hong Kong holiday will expose you to two centres of international business. While Hong Kong is still the more economically powerful city of the two, Dubai’s rapid growth means that it may not stay in front for long, and a trip to these two cities will allow you to compare the attractions offered by them both. If the thought of exploring two busy cities sounds too tiring, you can choose to combine a break in Hong Kong with some quality time on the beach at one of Dubai’s luxury holiday resorts.
Dubai and Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is in some ways the Dubai of South Asia, a small, rapidly developing, multi ethnic country that is becoming an increasingly popular holiday destination. For the traveler on a multi-centre holiday to these two countries, Dubai offers up striking desert landscapes and a wealthy cosmopolitan city, while Sri Lanka presents beaches, tropical forests and a more traditional island culture.
Dubai and Thailand
With Dubai renowned as one of the most exciting places to go on a city break and Thailand a long time favourite for island and beach vacation, it is natural that the two should be combined together on a multi-centre holiday. The sights and attractions of Dubai city can be combined with a trip to Koh Samui, Hua Hin, or Phuket to enjoy Thailand’s relaxed atmosphere and beautiful beaches.
Dubai and the Seychelles
There could hardly be a greater contrast between Dubai city and the Seychelles, the international city and the island paradise, and this is what makes them a perfect pair of holiday destinations. Both places share is a host of luxury experiences, from the vibrant shopping culture at the Wafi Mall and Gold Souk in Dubai to the private islands and secluded beach resorts of the Seychelles.
Dubai and Oman
A multi-centre holiday doesn’t have to combine a trip to two completely different cultures – often, it can give you insights into the subtle differences between two seemingly similar countries. Combining a Dubai luxury holiday with a trip to Oman will give you contrasting experiences of Middle Eastern culture – Dubai, the millionaires’ playground and international business centre, and more traditional Oman, where distinctive cultural traditions still survive as part of everyday life.

Peter Vasilou is a Dubai expert for key2holidays, an online tour operator specializing in Dubai luxury holidays, as well as holidays in Australia, Cuba, the Caribbean, Europe, the Far East, the Maldives, Mauritius and the Seychelles, Egypt and Southern Africa. Key2holidays has a dedicated team of experienced travel consultants to share their knowledge and help you to plan and book your ideal holiday.

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