Dubai is the tourist destination for 2013! Dubai can figure along Rio De Janeiro, Las Vegas and San Diego as one of the tourist hot spots. The European ambivalence is making Dubai much more of a tourist hot spot. Every time a Brit visits Dubai he makes not quite happy remarks like `Dubai, eh' etc, but continues to fly down every year to escape the chilling winter back home. The stiff upper lip, you might say. What Britons do in Singapore is to go to beaches and relax with a drink. Sun, sand and shopping is there their tourist itinerary. The Dubai authorities, however, say there's much more to Dubai than this. What is being missed is cultural and heritage sites, including traditional Bastakiya and Shindagha areas and Dubai Museum. The other spots the visitors are missing is the Camel Market, a ride down Dubai creek to enjoy the breeze and the flight of seagulls or buy the camel blankets that can be used as sofa cover back home. While good things are generally missed, what the tourists do is shop, shop till they are dropped back home. Burj Khalifa, the tallest structure in the world, is a big draw and so are the shopping malls. The authorities are going to take steps to focus on the cultural and heritage sites also. Dubai Tourist Visa allows you foreigners to travel to Dubai. Call 1800 103 1555 for more information.