A desert metropolis placed in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is more than just a layover place. Home to a top-class fun and architectural wonders, the country also houses the world's tallest building that boasts of having the world's highest observation deck on the 148th floor. Dubai is also famous for sightseeing attractions such as Burj Khalifa and shopping mall that come complete with indoor ski slopes and mammoth aquariums. Some of the famous attractions of Dubai are:
• Burj Khalifa
• Dubai Mall
• Dubai Museum
• Bastakia (Old Dubai)
• Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum House
• Dubai Creek & Al Seef District
• Jumeirah Mosque
• Dubai Frame
• Sheikh Zayed Road
• Heritage and Diving Village
• Dubai Aquarium
• Burj al-Arab
• Jumeirah Beach
For simple access to Dubai's best visitor attractions, the top place to stay is Downtown Dubai. Prime attractions nearby contain the landmark Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, Dubai Foundation and the Dubai Mall. You will also find plenty of restaurants, shops, and art galleries in this dynamic precinct. Also in Downtown Dubai, the Armani Hotel locates in Burj Khalifa itself and encases visitors in stylish elegance.
The flight is just over 5 hours long owing to the distance between the 2 cities is 2,110 miles. Nairobi is an hour behind Dubai so be sure to adjust your watch in case you have a vital meeting when you arrive in Dubai.
Kenya and Emirates Airways fly from Nairobi to Dubai every single day. Other airlines such as Air France, British Airways, China Southern, KLM and Lufthansa among others also service the route with linking flights at different places.
There are twenty-six direct flights from Nairobi to Dubai.
Generally the top time to book Nairobi to Dubai flights is 2 months in advance. And the affordable says to fly are Saturday, Wednesday, and Tuesday. Sunday is the most costly.
• The cheapest flights Nairobi to Dubai was found forty days before departure, on average.
• Book at least three weeks before departure in order to obtain a below-average price.
• Morning departure is approximately 47 percent more costly than an evening flight, on average.