Make your journey to Dubai the best possible...
You want to exactly know where to go and what to do? You found the right audiobook.
This travel guide will serve as your bible when you go to prepare your tour around the whole of Dubai. Before we go any further, I want you to accept that Dubai is considered one of the most amazing cities on Earth and you’ll surely understand why once you are there. This guide is written for anyone who wishes to travel to Dubai and who is seeking the full Dubai experience. If this is your first time in this beautiful country, you should plan your trip in detail. If not, you most certainly will miss out on some of the best places to be at and things to see. This audiobook will help you to make the most out of your time in Dubai. You will get to know the most fascinating things to do and see in this wonderful city.
Here’s a preview of the information you'll get in this audiobook:
- See the top of the world at the Burj Khalifa
- Experience the religious significance of the Grand Mosque
- Island hop along the Dubai waterfront
- All about Dubai culture
- Much, much more
When you buy Dubai: The 30 Best Tips For Your Trip To Dubai - The Places You Have To See you will be on your way to enjoying the best possible version of your trip.
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- Ya'qoob Handasah
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I downloaded this audiobook AFTER I returned from my two-week stay in Dubai. This would have been very handy for me to have had with me while in Dubai, and has helped with more efficiently planning for a subsequent enhanced experience of the city in the near future.
The narration was good and the narrarrator continually stimulated interest for further listening. The content was quite broad, yet kept to the points of Dubai's main attractions. At the same time, it catered for a diverse audience comprising different age groups with diverse interests in sport, amusements, adventure, sightseeing, recreation and motoring.
Considering that English would likely not be the narrator's first language, there are a handful of very minor narration errors in grammar and syntax, but these do not at all distract from listening. In total, this all frames Dubai in its regional and national context in summary form quite well.
It took a bit of getting used to the narrator‘s accent. At first I thought it was very commercial and pushing shopping, then I realized that commercial is what Dubai is all about.
It was thorough. I recommend it for a first time visit.