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The seventh largest country in the world, India is one of the most colorful countries in the world, rich in culture, diversity, and scenic beauty. Whether you plan a holiday to Kashmir, Rajasthan, Kerela or Sikkim, each part of the country has something different to mesmerize you with, be it food, traditions, or architecture.
New Delhi is the capital city of India, and home to the tinsel town of Bollywood, one of the biggest centres of film productions in the world. English and Hindi are the two official languages used in the country, along with 22 other regional languages.
Some of the famous monuments in Indi include the Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Hawa Mahal, Victoria Memorial, Qutub Minar, Charminar, Mysore Palace, Gateway of India, and India Gate.
About international airports in India
India has 34 international airports operational as of now, and more in the pipeline, thereby improving connectivity with all major airports all in the world.
Dubai features some of the most awe-inspiring attractions, such as the Burj Khalifa- the world's tallest tower, Palm Islands - the world's largest man-made group of islands, and Atlantis, The Palm- a remarkable underwater hotel. Dubai, a global metropolitan, never ceases to spellbind the millions of tourists visiting this place every year. For the adrenaline-rush junkies, the adventure doesn't fall far behind in Dubai; Dune bashing at the Desert Safaris and Zipline thrills over Downtown Dubai, snow ball fights all year round at Ski Dubai, skydiving over the Palm Jumeirah and all the fun at Dubai Parks & Resorts! A shopaholic’s paradise, Dubai is a place which will not let you down with its global Village festival every winter.
About the Dubai International Airport
4.6 km to the east of Dubai, Dubai International Airport is the third busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic. Spread over 29 sq.km of land, the Emirates (national carrier of Dubai) hub is the largest airline hub in the Middle East. The Dubai International Airport has three terminals; Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 are placed adjacent to each other and handle all international passengers who share a common transit area, and Terminal 2 is opposite them, managing all domestic traffic. The airport holds the record of being the world's busiest airport by international passenger traffic, serving almost 66 million passengers each year. Passengers can also enjoy free Wi-Fi at the airport apart from all the Duty-Free and dining shopping options.
Dubai International Airport address
Dubai International Airport Al Twar,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 (0)4 224 5555