Flights from Lagos to Dubai
Dubai is an ever-growing tourist destination. For this reason, there are numerous airlines at the disposal of the African jet-setter headed toward the Middle East. These include Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Emirates, Etihad Airlines, KLM, Rwandair and EgyptAir.
Use the flight booking tool on this website to compare the cheapest flights from Lagos to Dubai (LOS to DXB) using these airlines, and many others.
Emirates flights from Lagos to Dubai
With Dubai being the headquarters of Emirates Airlines, Emirates is one of the most popular airlines to use to fly to Dubai from Lagos.
Emirates flights from Lagos to Dubai offer a direct 8-hour journey in the sky with in-flight facilities that are nothing short of exceptional.
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EgyptAir flights from Lagos to Dubai
EgyptAir has its hub at Cairo International Airport. EgyptAir flights from Lagos to Dubai therefore necessarily include a stop-over in Cairo. You can book business class or economy class seats. Either way, you can be assured that you will be well looked after by a team of professional in-flight attendants while on board EgyptAir flights.
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Rwandair flights from Lagos to Dubai
Rwandair flights from Lagos to Dubai entail a brief stop-over in Kigali, Rwanda. Find cheap flights to Dubai with Rwandair, world-class service is guaranteed. Flights depart from Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos.
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Dubai Airport is situated less than 5km east of Dubai and is the main airport serving Dubai and the United Arab Emirates. It also serves as the headquarters of Emirates, the flag carrier airline for Dubai.
Dubai Airport sets a lot of records that make it one of the most unique buildings in the world. When ranked in terms of international passenger traffic, it is the busiest airport in the world. Terminal 3 is the largest airport terminal in the world and is the second largest building in the world. It makes a significant contribution to the economy and employs more than 90,000 people.
The airport is accessible by road, by means of the D89. There is also a rail system with stations at terminal 1 and 3. The train operates between 6m and 11pm from Saturday to Thursday, and between 1pm and 12am on Friday.
Operating hours are different during the month of Ramadan.
Buses are available that can take you from the airport to more than 80 hotels in the city centre.
Taxis are available at each terminal. Within the airport itself, shuttle services between terminals are readily available.
Dubai Gold Souk
This traditional market (souk) is a must-see for tourists. It is located in Deira. Even if you don’t intend to buy anything from the market, you will be able to feast your eyes on the gold, silver and precious stones displayed by more than 370 stall-holders. Prices are determined by weight, plus workmanship. Price for workmanship is often negotiable, so go to the market prepared to haggle.
The Dubai Gold Souk is open every day of the week, usually between 10am and 10pm. On Fridays, most stalls are open from 4pm to 10pm. The market is flanked to the north by the Dubai Fish and Vegetable market, and the Deira Corniche. The Deira Corniche is a promenade situated along the waterfront.
Hotels in Dubai
Dubai is known as a shoppers paradise and is equally famed for its luxurious accommodation that includes hotels, resorts, condos and villas. If you are visiting Palm Jumeirah and are hoping to fulfil your heart’s desire without worrying about price, book a room in Atlantis The Palm. Or stay at the Armani Hotel Dubai in the heart of the city, near the Burj Khalifa.
However, this is not to say that cheap hotels in Dubai are hard to come by. On the contrary, there are many options available for those on a tight budget. Ibis Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel is a 2-star accommodation that provides safe, clean facilities and various other amenities that can make your stay impeccable. Hotels in Dubai can be booked on our website for reasonable prices and great benefits.
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The currency used in Dubai is the United Arab Emirates Dirham, which is abbreviated to Dhs DH or AED. One Dirham is made up of 100 fils. Coins in circulation include 1 Dirham coins and 25 and 50 fil coins. Denominations in notes include 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 100 Dirhams.
The exchange rate is always fluctuating, but you can download apps on your phone to keep up with current rates.
The Burj Khalifa is a skyscraper in Dubai, and being 828 metres high is officially the tallest building in the world. Its construction was completed in 2009. This icon of Dubai offers a number of entertainment opportunities for visitors on the lower floors.
There are two observation decks in the building. One is on the 124th and 125th floors. The other is on the 148th floor, making it the highest observation deck in the world.
For a dining experience like no other, there is a restaurant on the 122nd floor called Atmosphere.
The Dubai Mall
Besides the view and spectacular engineering of the Burj Khalifa that was inspired by the Hymenocallis Flower, one of the main attractions nearby is the Dubai Mall. It features an aquarium, more than 1200 shops and an indoor theme park, as well as its own hotel. It also has an ice-rink and edu-tainment zone for the kids and hosts various events through the year. It is accessible via Doha Street in Downtown Dubai.
Palm Jumeirah is an artificial island in the shape of a palm tree. It is part of a larger planned development called the Palm Islands. Palm Jumeirah has more than 4500 residences, an assortment of retail outlets, restaurants, spas and hotels. The island is easily accessible by means of public transport. If you want to see it from a different perspective, you can opt to sail around it.
Book your flights to Dubai now to see some of the most exquisite sights in the world.