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The Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) is the region's largest and longest running shopping and entertainment extravaganza.
"Five of the leading shopping malls in Dubai were identified and ATM researched the number of hotel and hotel apartments within a 2km radius of each of them, or in other words a five-minute taxi ride,"
Parking will be free across all paid parking zones in Dubai, except the Deira Fish Market, on December 2 and 3, in celebration of the 41st UAE National Day. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has also announced that its customer service centres and vehicle testing centres will remain closed on December 2 and 3.
The two entities have thus become integral parts of the development drive the RTA is seeking to realize on the ground through the Metro project, which has contributed immensely in transforming the concept of cooperation between partners to go beyond the traditional sponsorship and branding to a deeper level of holistic brand/business integration and partnership.
The seventh crossing over Dubai Creek called ‘Dubai Smile’, the bridge that will replace the Floating Bridge, will open for traffic in the middle of 2013, Khaleej Times has learnt. The crossing, which links the emirate’s two flanks, lies near Dubai Creek Park, Wonderland and Dubai Courts on the Bur Dubai side and Deira City centre and Dubai Golf club on the Deira side.
Long before sky-touching towers reshaped the horizon, Dubai has always been a trading hotspot.
Weekend shopping hours have been extended to midnight in many malls including Al Ghurair Centre, Arabian Mall, Deira City Centre, BurJuman Centre, Reef Mall, The Dubai Mall, Dubai Festival City, Dubai Marina Mall, and Mall of the Emirates, Ibn Battuta, Wafi, Mercato and Lamcy Plaza.
It's 7.30am at Rashidiya Station and a few stray passengers board the Metro, find a comfy seat, plug in their earphones and hope to doze for the next hour or so, oblivious to the chaos that is about to come. Five stations into the journey, at the Deira City Centre, the passengers board in the hundreds. By the time the train reaches Khalid Bin Al Waleed station, people are standing shoulder to shoulder, or "mouth to mouth", as one man puts it.
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