5 amazing places to fly from Dubai for under Dhs1,700

Do you enjoy taking trips and being impulsive? If yes, have you planned anything for the next public holiday yet?

You can still travel to a lot of locations without having to give up all of your dirhams, so all is not lost.

Given that Monday, June 17 is predicted to be Eid Al Adha, we will probably have three days off from work.

When the weekend is taken into account, you could get a five-day holiday.

After spending a lot of money on your Eid Al Fitr holiday, you may be trying to save money for your next trip.

This is a list of locations where you can go for less than Dhs 1,650.

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Ancient temples, vibrant bazaars, and colonial artefacts may all be found in Colombo, making it a desirable destination for those who appreciate culture. Admire the magnificent structures of the Fort Area that originate from the Dutch and British centuries. See the 1821-founded St. Peter’s Church and the overwhelmingly large Gangaramaya Temple, which will make you want to count the Buddha sculptures.

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul exudes grandeur in every aspect, be it its storied landmarks, delectable cuisine, or extensive shopping. Take a day to learn about the city’s past. You may see the Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque, and the Basilica Cistern, which served as the filming locations for Tom Hanks’ Angels & Demons. Get some hot, sweet apple tea and trinkets at the Grand Bazaar.


The city provides a plethora of cultural valuables, especially after visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Al Balad. However, if you’re travelling to Jeddah, we advise taking the aqua adventure route. Situated near the Red Sea, it offers clear access to oceans rich in fish, corals, turtles, and sharks. In along with kayaking and paddle boarding, these seas off the coast of Saudi Arabia are great for scuba diving.

Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu offers a plethora of Buddhist temples and bazaars to explore. This place has more trinkets than you could possibly use. Sample some traditional momos and Thukpa (noodle soup) to stay warm and full while exploring. In case you’re feeling adventurous and want to witness the snow-covered mountains up close, there are little aircraft that can transport you to areas where you may observe the peaks.


You’ll find it difficult to travel to Kuwait on a budget because there are so many beautiful things to purchase. There is something for everyone, including rugs, jewels, perfumes, and handicrafts. Visit the Souk Al Mubarakiya, which is 200 years old, for mementos and a lesson in bartering.

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