Dubai Shopping Festival starts January 20
Wednesday 5, January 2011
The 16th Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) is expected to be a mega shopping event with millions of visitors from across the globe visiting the emirate for fun and bargained shopping. Keep up to date about DSF 2011 with dubaiabudhabi.com.
The much awaited 16th edition of Dubai Shopping Festival will commence from 20th January 2011. The 32 day long shopping extravaganza is expected to attract millions of shopping lovers from countries across the world.
It's estimated that around 6000 retail outlets and 50 shopping malls will participate in the 2011 Dubai shopping festival. Tourists can enjoy tax free shopping as well up to 75 % discounts on a wide range of items including jewelry, cars, perfumes, textiles, handicrafts and electronics items as shops and malls try to outdo each other in sells. The DSF is also known for its colorful events ranging from Jazz to cartoon shows and circus to dance shows offering wholesome family entertainment. The theme of the DSF is One World One Family One Festival where participating countries set up their pavilions in Global Village.
A large number of travel agencies, tour operators and airlines around the world, in addition to top Dubai hotels, are offering discounted tour packages to visitors. Emirates, the national airline of Dubai, has been a major sponsor of the Dubai Shopping Festival and is offering exciting tour packages for Dubai Shopping Festival 2011. The airline is offering the 'Stay 4, Pay 3' promotion package for DSF 2011. The package includes accommodations in some of the top beach and city hotels in Dubai for 4 nights for the price of 3, airport transfers to and from the hotel by private car, and an Arabian Adventures welcome pack, apart from numerous other benefits.
To keep updated about the Dubai Shopping Festival 2011, please visit http://www.dubaiabudhabi.com/shopping-in-dubai/dubai-shopping-festival.html
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