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4D3N Stay for Two in Deluxe Room at M??venpick Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel Dubai. MAS Return Airfare & Tour Included

4D3N Stay for Two in Deluxe Room at M??venpick Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel Dubai. MAS Return Airfare & Tour Included

[Grab it now with RM14888.00 @ Groupon]

The Deal

Deluxe Room stay + tour + return flights

  • 4D3N stay for 2 for RM14,888 (only RM2,481.30 per person per night)

Luxury Arabian-Themed Hotel in Shopping District

The five-star hotel celebrates the glory of Arab’s Golden Age in a luxurious setting that marries traditional Moroccan design with modern sophistication. Its interiors are decorated with ornate wood carvings, detailed mosaics, and sweeping archways that add an exotic ambiance to your stay. The hotel features a host of fine dining and casual restaurants inspired by the travels of 14th century Moroccan explorer, Ibn Battuta. Mistral serves up a buffet spread of Arabian cuisine, Chor Bazaar evokes your tastebuds with aromatic Indian cuisine fresh from the tandoor, and Shanghai Chic takes you to the Far East with Oriental flavours. Cool off from the desert heat at the 30-metre chilled plunge pool located on the rooftop before retreating into the tranquil sanctuary of Safar Spa for facials and massages. A shuttle service is available to ferry you to the beach, and the hotel’s prime location in the city makes it convenient for you to walk to Ibn Battuta Mall and the Metro Station.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Home of the World’s Tallest Building

Dubai’s landscape is one of urban development where chrome and glass skyscrapers glitter in the desert sun, bordered by the Persian Gulf on one side and a sea of sand on the other. Presiding over the city skyline is the ultra-futuristic Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower as of 2010, which houses retail outlets, restaurants, entertainment centres, and an observation deck, and is surrounded by a park with a lake and fountain. Much of the city is enveloped in modern infrastructure, but parts of Dubai are still steeped in memories of the old world. In the heart of the city lie Al Fahidi Fort, built over 200 years ago to defend against sea attacks but now converted into a museum that displays ancient artefacts, weapons, and stone tools. Cross the Dubai Creek aboard an abra – a traditional boat – to reach the lively souks or markets that are sectioned into the gold souk, spice souk, and fish souk. Surf the sand dunes of the golden desert with a four-wheel drive or buggy and end your day with a BBQ dinner and shisha while the sinuous movements of bellydancers keep you entertained throughout the night.

Flight schedule

Kuala Lumpur International Airport – Dubai International Airport

  • MH 162:
    – Departure time: 3.15pm (GMT +8)
    – Arrival time: 6.45pm (GMT +4)

Dubai International Airport – Kuala Lumpur International Airport

  • MH 163:
    – Departure time: 8.15pm (GMT +4)
    – Arrival time: 7.30am (GMT +8)

Flight schedule may be subject to changes and availability.

Itinerary

Day 1

  • Meet and greet upon arrival

Day 2

  • Burj Al Arab
  • Majlis Ghorfat Um-Al Sheif
  • Jumeirah Mosque
  • Al Bastakiya
  • Zabeel Palace
  • Al Fahidi Fort and Dubai Museum
  • Cruise Dubai Creek aboard a traditional abra (boat)
  • Gold and spice souk (market)

Day 3

  • Atlantis, The Palm
  • The Lost Chambers Aquarium
  • Dubai Marina
  • The Dubai Mall
  • Souk Al-Bahar
  • Observation deck at Burj Khalifa

Day 4

  • Free and easy

Deluxe Room

  • 40 sqm room
  • King-sized bedding
  • Max. occupancy: 2 adults and 1 child aged 12 and below per room

Hotel facilities

  • Restaurants
  • Spa
  • Fitness centre
  • Rooftop pool
  • Hair salon
  • Meeting facilities
  • Shuttle service

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