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NYE in Dubai: Here is how to beat traffic to watch...

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There are plenty of ways to buck traffic on the busy Dubai roads on the New Year’s Eve and still watch the fireworks.

Dubai Creek: Diwali events, fireworks you shouldn’t miss in Dubai

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Dubai is all set to sparkle this Diwali with a wide range of activities to celebrate the festival of lights. This week, residents and tourists will...

Dubai: Preparations underway for Burj Khalifa New Year’s Eve show

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Dubai: Following the social media frenzy over the cancellation of the traditional fireworks display at the world’s tallest tower, Emaar released on Monday a...

More than 650,000 people expected to welcome 2017 in the shadow...

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DUBAI // More than 650,000 people are expected to welcome 2017 in the shadow of Burj Khalifa as the official new year fireworks illuminate...

Dubai Police reveal New Year’s Eve safety plans

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More than one and half million people are expected to converge around the world’s tallest building in Dubai to enjoy the New Year’s Eve fireworks display.

60 buses begin transporting 17,000 people to see fireworks world record...

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Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority (RTA) has arranged 60 buses to take people from Dubai Internet City (DIC) to Sandance Beach at Atlantis, Palm Juemeirah to watch the fireworks set to take place at midnight today.

Commuters struggle to get home after late-night spectacle in Dubai

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From fireworks to blisters to cold — this was the New Year for hundreds of people who walked home after watching the fireworks display at the Burj Khalifa yesterday. Despite the extended service of the Dubai Metro and the deployment of additional feeder buses in the area, revellers by the hundreds still got stranded near Dubai Mall yesterday.

178,000 ride Metro on Dec.31

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THE number of passengers who rode the Dubai Metro on New Year’s Eve reached 178,000. This figure, which represented double the number of passengers who rode the Metro during other holidays, was revealed by the Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).