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domestic sales company

Domestic Sales Company

Next sale Destination.

Dubai/New York



Lodge or place to stay


Fun activities for spouses



weather activities

IbnBattutaMall: A shopping mall that features great wares from six countries: China, India, Persia, Tunisia, and Andalusia. There are many restaurants and cafes, local boutiques, an IMAX theater, and a permanent exhibition, showcasing Islamic science and astronomy.

Children's City

Dubai :Today, Dubai City has emerged as a global city and a business hub.[7] Although Dubai's economy was built on the oil industry, the emirate's model of business drives its economy, with the effect that its main revenues are now from tourism, real estate, and financial services, similar to that of Western countries

Cinestar Cinemas

Spring is the best time to go to Dubai, it will be warm during day light, and slightly cold in night time. The city of Dubai is situated on a coastal strip bordered by desert and gets very hot. It is dry on the hottest days and humid during the cooler days in the summer. Cooler, more pleasant weather lasts from the end of September to beginning of May 


Camel racing



 Dreamland Aqua Park

Talise Spa

The Aviation Club Gymnasium

  • The Dubai Fountain is a record-setting choreographed fountain system set on the 30-acre manmade BurjKhalifa Lake, at the center of theDowntown Dubai development in Dubai
  • Dynamic Architecture - Rotating Tower: by David Fisher will be constantly in motion changing its shape. It will also generate electric energy for itself.

Hyatt regency dubai and galleria

Situated in Dubai, this business friendly hotel is near Gold Souk, Grand Mosque, and Dubai Museum. Additional attractions include The Dubai Heritage Village. 


Sheraton dubai creek hotel & towers:

Situated near the airport, this Dubai hotel is also close to Bastakiya and Dubai Mall, as well as BurjKhalifa. Additional attractions include BurJuman Mall. 

Habtoor grand resort & spa

Located in Dubai, this beachfront resort is near American University of Dubai, Mall of the Emirates, and The Emirates Golf Club.

Chelsea Hotel Bur Dubai

Dining options at The Country Club Hotel include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool, a children's pool, a health club, a sauna, and a fitness facility.

Arabian Courtyard Hotel & Spa

Dining options at Arabian Courtyard Hotel & Spa include a restaurant and a bar/lounge.


Burj Dubai (Interior):currently the tallest structure in the world.

  • Dubai Creek: The area retains something of the old-world shipping and trading action before oil was discovered. A delightful dinner cruise along Dubai Creek sets the mood for daydreaming.
  • Wild Wadi Water Park: This water park features a remarkable 30 rides/attractions fun package, guaranteed to please kids of all ages. Highlights include an 80km/hr slide and a Breakers bay wave pool.
  • Mall of emirates: the entire mall forms a total of approximately 6,500,000 square feet. It has the world’s largest ski park.
  • Burj al-Arab: The only 7-star hotel in the world, Burj Al Arab stands on an artificial island. The hotel’s structure mimics the sail of a boat and is meant to symbolize the urban transformation of Dubai.
  • The Palm Islands Dubai
  • The Palm Islands are the world's three largest man-made islands, built in the shape of palm trees. They add 120 km to Dubai's coastline, and are so large they can be seen from space with the naked eye. Atlantis restaurant which is the biggest restaurant and hotel in the world.
  • Dubai Aquarium and Under Water Zoo: The ten million liter aquarium tank is the largest suspended aquarium in the world.
  • Ski Dubai is an indoor ski resort with 22,500 square metres of indoor ski area. It is a part of the Mall of the Emirates, one of the largest shopping malls in the world

Ashiana:Ashiana offers an authentic taste of India—a beguiling combination of full flavors and homegrown spices— as it showcases tandoori lamb chops and its other signature entrées and classic favorites such as chutneys and breads.

Verre by Gordon Ramsay: Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s first restaurant outside the UK, Verre is a glass haven of modern European cuisine with signature dishes such as the ravioli of wild quail.


  • Nineteen at the Montgomerie: This Montgomerie Hotel restaurant treats its guest to a delectable fusion cuisine right in a chic, urban setting, which is highlighted by a show kitchen and a breezy outdoor terrace.

Pier Chic: A MadinatJumeirah dining place with ultramodern interiors, Pier Chic offers an irresistible seafood-and-wine fare while you are treated to romantic views of Burj Al-Arab and the waterways

Burj Al Arab 'Underwater' Restaurant :

An underwater restaurant, you can enjoy eating and watching the sea animals swimming next to you.

tradition cultural attractions
Tradition/cultural attractions

Sheikh Saeed Al MaktoumHouse: At the mouth of Dubai Creek is an imposing building that used to be the home of Dubai’s former ruler. Built in 1896, it now houses a rare collection of photographs, items, and documents illuminating Dubai’s history

Nad Al Sheba Racecourse: More than horse races, the Nad Al Sheba Racecourse presents an opportunity to see and be seen. Don’t let the excitement of the race outshine your most stylish outfits.

Dubai's Desert Dunes: Head out to the desert for a day of dune bashing (in an SUV driven by a desert expert). A sumptuous dinner at sunset is the perfect conclusion to this invigorating activity

Dubai Museum: Built in 1787, Al Fahidi Fort in Bur Dubai is Dubai’s oldest building. It houses the Dubai Museum, which showcases items before oil was discovered in Dubai. A few of the objects on display are over 4,000 years old.

  • Dubai Gold Souk: As old as Dubai itself, this gold souk selling all manner of gold will fulfill your desire for this highly sought-after metal.

Souk MadinatJumeirah

Built to look like a traditional souk or bazaar minus the sweat issues, Souk MadinatJumeirah features over 75 modern boutiques, numerous restaurants and cafes, a nightclub, and a theater.

Transportation ?

Especially after the launch of the metro, Dubai's public transport system is probably the best in the Middle East


An easier way of crossing the Dubai Creek is by abra, essentially a small ferry. Abra stations are located along the Creek on both the Bur Dubai and Deira sides, and the system of filling the boats is remarkably efficient. The cross-river trip costs 1 Dirham (AED 1) per passenger, payable to the driver after the boat has left the station, and affords a very picturesque view of the city (not to be missed). Abras set off very regularly, and the service is available round-the-clock.

By bus

Dubai Public transport [16] is a cheaper means of traveling within the several districts in Dubai. A map of the bus system can be found online[17], as well as detailed route maps and timetables [18]. Public buses are clean and cheap, but unfortunately not very comprehensive and (on some routes) quite infrequent. The bus system is most useful for getting between different areas of central Dubai, or between the various suburbs, rather than general transport. Taxis or a fair amount of walking will also be required if you wish to visit Dubai without a car of your own.

  • The Dubai Metro (in Arabic: مترو دبي)is a driverless, fully automatedmetro network in the United Arab Emirates city of Dubai. The Red LineandGreen Line are operational, with three further lines are planned. These first two lines run underground in the city centre and on elevated viaductselsewhere (Elevated railway).[2] All trains and stations are air conditioned with platform edge doors to make this possible.
  • The first section of the Red Line, covering 10 stations, was ceremonially inaugurated at 9:09:09 PM on September 9, 2009, by Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai,[3] with the line opening to the public at 6 AM on September 10.[4] The Dubai Metro is the first urban train network in the Arabian Peninsula.[5] More than 110,000 people, which is nearly 10 per cent of Dubai’s population, used the Metro in its first two days of operation.[6] The Dubai Metro carried 10 million passengers from launch on 9 September 2009 to 9 February 2010 with 11 stations operational on the Red Line.[7]
  • At 75 km, the Dubai Metro is frequently cited as the world's longest fully automated metro network.
new york
New york

Beautiful weather in spring, less humidity and cold breezes.

Top of the Rock - Rockefeller puts the Empire State Building to shame. There's a lighted show on the ceiling of the elevator as you go up and down. The place is more spacious, clean and there's different levels you can walk on. Plus you can get a nice view of the Empire State Building, the Rock is incased in plexiglass, so you can get a pic with the empire state building next to or behind you. The cafe at Rockefeller, right next to the ice skating rink has great food and is reasonable.

  • New York CityPass: Get the New York CityPASS, the best deal in the Big Apple. Your New York CityPASS saves you time and money as you skip long ticket queues for entry to six of New York's premier attractions.
  • Radio City Music Hall is a great place to see at night, when it's lit up - its beautiful. The Cirque du Soleil Zarkana show will be showing this summer. It looks phenomenal and tickets are reasonable.

Times Square, you must see a show. TKTS booth in times square will give you a chance to score great seats for a great price to an great show. There's Hershey and M&M world. Lots of touristy stuff , there's the Discovery Times Square Building with the New Cake Boss Cafe and the Harry Potter Exhibit.


Casablanca Hotel Times Square

Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park: The only AAA Five Diamond resort in Manhattan, the Ritz-Carlton offers guests seeking luxury accommodations attentive service and world-class comforts.

New York Palace: One of New York City's larger luxury hotels, the New York Palace has nearly 900 rooms housed in the landmark 1882 Villard Houses and a 55 story tour. Across the street from St. Patrick's Cathedral, the New York Palace is well located for exploring midtown.

  • Four Seasons Hotel New York:  The Four Seasons Hotel has a luxury spa and fully equipped fitness facility, as well as several restaurants on location. The concierge is known for being very courteous and helpful.

St. Regis:

The St. Regis Hotel is housed in a 1904 beaux arts landmark building in Midtown and guest rooms are decorated with Louis XIV style furniture, chandeliers and more.

  • Statue of Liberty: The Statue of Liberty was a gift to the United States in honor of the friendship established during the French Revolution. The Statue of Liberty has become an American symbol of freedom and welcome to the immigrants who come to the USA looking for a better life.
  • Grand Central Terminal: Renovations since its opening in 1913 have turned Grand Central into more than just a hub for transportation -- there are shops, dining and more available to visitors. There are group tours available, as well as free tours for individuals on Wednesdays and Fridays

Ellis Island Immigration Museum

The Ellis Island Immigration Museum offers visitors a fascinating look into the immigrant experience. Interactive exhibits, walking tours and movies reveal the hardships and challenges faced by immigrants passing through Ellis Island.

American Museum of Natural History

Since opening to the public in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History has evolved and grown. In addition to the Rose Center planetarium and regular exhibits, the American Museum of Natural History hosts a revolving series of new exhibits, so there is always something new to see.

Harbor Cruises - Boat ridesSo you're not a land lover and want to sail the 7 seas eh? Even though we're on the Atlantic, I suggest a harbor tour of NYC instead! We provide Circle line & New York Waterway harbor cruises and brunch and dinner cruises. 


Adour - Alain Ducasse

Cuisine of star chef Alain Ducasse at the St. Regis Hotel, overseen by interim chef Sylvain Portay. Tucked in the heart of the iconic hotel,

  • 21 CLUB (TWENTY ONE CLUB): '21' (as the Twenty One Club is known) is the quintessential New York dining experience, offering its patrons superb American cuisine, an award-winning wine list and unparalleled service in a comfortable brownstone setting. 

Buddakan New YorkAsian fusion hits Chelsea Market with an eye-popping 17,000 square feet on two floors. Executive chef Lon Symensma reigns here.

Blue Hill

Blue Hill is dedicated to creating a new category of neighborhood restaurant that maintains the classic attributes of warmth and affordability, while delivering superior food and service.


You'll find this beautiful space formerly beloved as Montrachet has received a magnificent new facelift. In addition to the regular menu, selections include a three-course prix fixe menu and a lavish seven-course tasting menu.

AquavitThis country’s preeminent Scandinavian restaurant opened in 1987. Co-owner Marcus Samuelsson has already received more accolades than most chefs receive in a lifetime.



This world-famous museum is comprised of several different Halls, each dedicated to a particular theme. The museum's exhibition-halls house a stunning array of artifacts and specimens from all corners of the world and all historical periods. These illuminate the natural history of our planet and its myriad species, and bring the world's cultures to life. 


The Museum for African Art is dedicated to increasing public understanding and appreciation of African art and culture. The musseum is recognized worldwide as a pre-eminent organizer of exhibitions, and publishers of books, devoted exclusively to historical and contemporary African art.

NewYork public library:

The majestic Beaux-Arts building, flanked by the two famous marble lions, Patience and Fortitude, has been the heart and soul of the New York library system for nearly a century. Begun in 1902, the library at the time became the largest marble structure ever built in the United States.

  • The drawing center: The Drawing Center has been a unique and dynamic part of New York City's cultural life since 1977. The only not-for-profit institution in the country to focus on the exhibition of drawings, it was established to demonstrate the significance and diversity of drawings throughout history, to juxtapose work by master figures with work by emerging and under-recognized artists, and to stimulate public dialogue on issues of art and culture.

Transportation in New York City

The transportation system of New York City is a cooperation of complex systems of infrastructure. New York City, being the largest city in the United States, has a transportation system which includes the largest subway system in the world, measured by track mileage; the world's first mechanically ventilated vehicular tunnel, and an aerial tramway.

Pedicabs, pedestrians, and bicycles

Cycling in New York City is a rapidly growing mode of transport. In 2009, an estimated 200,000 city residents bicycle on a typical day[42], and make 655,000 trips each day, greater than the number of the ten most popular bus routes in the city.


The busiest ferry in the United States is the Staten Island Ferry, which annually carries over 19 million passengers on the 5.2 mile (8.4 km) run between St. George Ferry Terminal and South Ferry. Service is provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and takes approximately 25 minutes each way.

  • Buses:
  • New York City's bus network is extensive, with over 5,900 buses carrying about 2.01 million passengers every day on more than 200 local routes and 30 express routes.[26] Buses owned by MTA account for 80% of the city's surface mass transit.[5] New York City has the largest clean-air diesel-hybrid and compressed natural gas bus fleet in the United State
so dubai or new york
So, Dubai? Or New York?

 Definitely. If you're looking for fun, especially with kids, Dubai is great. Wild Wadi water park, Ski Dubai at Mall of the Emirates are typical attractions.  If you're looking for local attractions, you can go dune-bashing in a dune-buggy, camel-riding and sand-surfing. You can get a photograph with a falcon, you can buy gold-jewelery, you can go to some of the finest beaches in the world in Dubai. If you're living in a good hotel, you'll receive top-class hospitality.

  • Personally, I think Dubai is better from the tourism side, as well as more entertaining. More comfortable for family members, and children as well. Dubai is one of the safest destinations in the Middle East, in fact, you'll feel right at home while you're there. It's as cosmopolitan as any western city. In fact, in some aspects it is more modern.