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31 Best Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve

Traveling to celebrate New Year’s Eve can be fun. It’s the popular time of the year, especially since it’s only a few days after Christmas, which makes you get the most out of the holidays. Deciding where to go or the best place to visit for New Year can be hard, and that’s why I’m compiling this post to showcase some of the best places to celebrate this festive event.

While celebrating New Year’s Eve sounds like a novelty, there are also some downsides to it since it’s the peak season and almost everything, from accommodations and tourist attractions, increases their rate during this time of the year.

If you’re currently planning a trip to celebrate the next New Year’s Eve in a new place, you may want to consider one of these best places to visit for the new year. So, where would you celebrate it next year?

Midnight Layover in Dubai and Flying with Emirates for the First Time

Midnight Layover in Dubai and Flying with Emirates for the First Time

My flight to Istanbul recently was actually my first time flying with Emirates, and surprisingly, it was also my first time visiting Dubai for real. Back when I worked as a flight attendant, I flew to Dubai a few times but it was never with a layover due to the short distance between United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

So in this post, I’m going to write about my experience of having a red-eye hour flight with Emirates and spending a few hours for layovers in Dubai after midnight.

My flight was changed by the Emirates a couple of times since I booked the ticket earlier this year. As a result, my ETA in Dubai was slightly before midnight and I had to find out the best things to do around Dubai when almost everyone fell asleep.

Surprisingly, while there’s a lot of information about transit in Dubai, I barely found anything about a layover in Dubai after midnight. So that’s why I’m trying to fill the gap by writing this post!

So, how was my first flight with Emirates and what could you do in Dubai for your midnight layover? Here we go! 🙂

What You Could Get in Dubai for $10 – Strolling Around the City on the Budget

Where is the first destination you want to go once we get to travel again?

Wherever your answer is, there’s a chance you may have to transit somewhere around United Arab Emirates. The country is home for 2 of the biggest airlines in the Middle East: Etihad Airways and Emirates. And if you’re planning to fly with the latter, you may as well have to stop by Dubai for a transit.

Now, we all know that Dubai is portrayed with its lavish lifestyle and luxury in the media. From staying at one of the few 7-star hotels in the world at Burj Al-Arab to signing up for Dubai Helicopter Tour, Dubai has a lot to offer if you’re into luxury travel. So, is it worth visiting when you’re on the budget in the UAE?

After we covered the capital city Abu Dhabi some time ago, now we’ve got Sheila of Dicas de Paris to share what you could do in Dubai for $10. So, what are they?

Air Travel Redefined: Budget Airlines in the UAE

Tucked nicely between Asia and Europe, the UAE is a beautiful melting pot for history, culture and modern-day living. Shining like a prized jewel, in the middle of the desert, it is an ultra-luxurious oasis, redefining luxury and grandeur in every imaginable way.

Fuelled by the oil boom of the 60s and 70s, this region was set up to be developed as a true world-center that would be a shining example of the Arab culture and a willingness to embrace modernity by the regime in the region.

New Year’s Bucket List: Places to Visit in the First Half of 2020

Happy New Year, everyone!

As you might probably notice already, it’s my first post this year… And this time, I don’t wanna lose the momentum as I’ve collaborated with some fellow bloggers to serve you a list of places recommendations to visit this year.

Starting in this post, I’ll share with you the recommended places to visit in the first half of 2020. So, if you’re planning for a trip some time around January and June this year… It’s not too late for you to decide where you’re gonna go for your next trip.

So, what do we have here? Please check this out!