I'm looking for things to do with nearly 48 hours in Dubai in mid March. Things that aren't obvious are especially helpful!
For anyone who's followed the saga of my trip to Pakistan
, I have good news- it's on! I have my visa, bought my tickets today, and I think all my arrangements will be taken care from when I arrive in Multan (the conference in in Bahawalpur) to when I leave Multan.
is that I have nearly 48 hours in Dubai on the way back. (I wanted a day to explore, but tickets were significantly cheaper the next day, so two days it is.)
I was hoping the good folks ofAskMe might have some recommendations of places to stay2
, things to see/do, places to eat, how to get around, etc. I am especially excited about non-obvious opportunities.
I am scheduled3
to arrive at 11:20pm on Saturday, 3/15, and my flight departs at 10:05pm on Monday, 3/17.
Thanks in advance!
Challentunity? Did I spell that correctly?
While the Burj Arab looks lovely, I'd prefer something in the $100 +/- 50 per night range. I could probably push that a bit for a good reason, but not to $1000ish...
I am flying Pakistan International Airlines on that segment, and their on-time record is, apparently, less-than-stellar, so the word "scheduled" should not be taken too literally.