Heritage and history are the two pillars on which a nation is built and Dubai takes a lot of pride in the exhibition of its rich heritage and glorious history. Dubai has been a centre of numerous human settlements and it has its fair share of historical turmoil, yet Dubai never lost sight of its heritage. Centuries of history is still preserved in the city of Dubai and Dubai tourism takes great pride in showcasing it. From early nomadic settlements to first Islamic rulers, Dubai has witnessed numerous transition and yet it has managed to carve its own history and identity amidst several cultural and religious identity. Today a major tourist destination in Asia, Dubai welcomes every tourist to a destination which is a blend of heritage and modernity. On one hand, where you find world’s highest skyscraper, you also have the must-visit Heritage village in Dubai. Preserving century-old tales of glory and practising the aboriginal traditions, Dubai is a fine study of the evolution of society and culture. The Heritage Village in Dubai is the best place to trace the evolution and transition and well managed and arranged exhibition has been a major hit amongst tourists who seek the knowledge of diverse cultures all across the globe. Dubai is more than its buildings and blinding city lights, Dubai is a story of heritage and culture preserved over time and if you wish to experience and understand it, there is no better way than to witness it first hand in the alluring city of Dubai.

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