We have a tradition to organize conferences in best venues, where participants in addition to sharing ideas, developing network enjoys hygienic environment. Considering countries, cities and hotels attractions conferences are scheduled. Based on the Conference advisory board members advise for (GCBMS) one of the best hotel/conference venue is selected.
Tour De Dubai
The Conference secretariat has planned tour De Dubai (on one day of conference). Participants are encouraged to register by sending an email to conference secretariat at email@example.com.
Entertainment and Exposure
One day of the event is dedicated for Dubai city tour is schedule to get fresh air and shopping exposure from:
Dubai Creek, Heritage and Diving Village, Museum, Down Town Dubai, Jumeirah Mosque, Jumeirah Beach, Burj Khalifa, Rulers Palace, Sheikh Zayed Road, World Islands, Burj Al Arab, Palm Island, Atlantis and Dubai Marina.
Note (Separate registration of USD 150 per participant is required and due to limited seats participant are requested to get registered at least 21 days before the conference date)
Dubai is located on the Eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, in the south west corner of the Arabian Gulf. It is extremely well known for its warm hospitality and rich cultural heritage, and the Emirati people are welcoming and generous in their approach to visitors. With year-round sunshine, intriguing deserts, beautiful beaches, luxurious hotels and shopping malls, fascinating heritage attractions and a thriving business community, Dubai receives millions of leisure and business visitors each year from around the world.
The local currency is the dirham, which is pegged at AED 3.67 to 1 US dollar. Dubai is tolerant and cosmopolitan and all visitors are welcome. However, Islam is a way of life in the city, and therefore tourists should adopt a certain level of cultural and religious sensitivity for the duration of their stay.
Dubai Rulers : Since 1833 the reigning Al Maktoum family have ruled Dubai. Under their wise and progressive leadership Dubai has prospered and it is now the business and tourism hub for a region. More …
Dubai History: Some 800 members of the Bani Yas tribe, led by the Maktoum Family, settled at the mouth of the creek in 1833. The creek was a natural harbour and Dubai soon became a centre for the fishing, pearling and sea trade. More ….
Dubai Economy: The past few decades have witnessed incredible growth throughout all sectors of the Dubai economy. The emirate’s government is constantly working to improve its commercial transparency and introduce dynamic regulations that aid the formation of small and medium enterprises. Dubai’s economy is no longer reliant on oil, but is more diversified, relying heavily on trade, services and finance sectors. With its central geographic location between Asian and European markets, Dubai has worked hard to establish itself as an integral part of the global trade mechanism. Its central location has also allowed Dubai to become a popular and accessible tourist destination. More..
Attractions: Although Dubai is seen as a relatively young destination, it has a fascinating history and a vibrant heritage that offers visitors an intriguing glimpse into Arabian culture. A good place to start exploring the history and heritage of Dubai is the Dubai Museum: it is located inside Al Fahidi Fort, one of Dubai’s oldest buildings dating back to 1787. There are other museums in Dubai and in surrounding emirates that also offer important insights into the history and growth of the city and of the United Arab Emirates. More..
Culture & Heritage: Courtesy and hospitality are among the most highly prized of virtues in the Arab world, and visitors will be charmed by the warmth and friendliness of the people. Dubai ’s culture is rooted in Islam, providing a strength and inspiration that touches all aspects of everyday life. Virtually every neighbourhood has its own mosque, where the faithful congregate for prayer five times every day. One of the largest and most beautiful mosques is Jumeirah Mosque- a spectacular example of modern Islamic architecture. More..
Dubai Nature : Dubai, with an area of 3,885 square kilometres, is the second largest emirate in the UAE. Situated on the banks of the Dubai Creek, a natural inlet from the Gulf which divides the city into the Deira district to its north and Bur Dubai on its south.
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With its full-throttle development, iconic skylines of high-rises, and world famous beach resorts the United Arab Emirates has become a favourite for family holidays and city breaks. Landmark tourist attractions such as Dubai’s towering Burj Khalifa and Abu Dhabi’smodern Sheikh Zayeed Mosque, have branded the UAE as an up-to-the-minute luxury destination.
Scrape below the surface though, and you’ll find there’s more here than skyscrapers, shopping and sandy shores. Culture-fans can delve into the country’s Bedouin past on starry desert nights before exploring the many forts that guarded the coastline long before the domination of the glitzy high rises. While for nature-lovers, the desert starts where the cities end and the jagged peaks of the Hajar Mountains are ripe for adventuring.
· Burj Khalifa
· Burj Khalifa
· Sheikh Ziyeed Grand Mosque
· Jebel Hafeet
· Al-Bidyah Mosque
· Hajar Mountains
· Sharjah Arts Museum
· Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation
· Dubai Museum
· Dubai Creek Dhow Ride
· Desert Excursions
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For visa related information you can visit the following
VISA Requirements (external link)http://www.dubai.com/v/visa_requirements/
VISA and Passport Information (external link)http://www.emirates.com/english/plan_book/essential_information/visa_passport_information/uae_visas.aspx
Find VISA Requirements (external link)http://www.emirates.com/english/plan_book/essential_information/visa_passport_information/find_visa_requirements/find_visa_requirements.aspx
Travel Information, British Citizen (external link)https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/united-arab-emirates/entry-requirements