From a humble fishing village to one of the leading destination in the Middle East, Dubai has been dubbed as the "shopping capital of the East" with its more than 70 shopping malls. The city is also host to one of the biggest shopping malls in the world, the Dubai Mall. Apart from its numerous shopping malls, Dubai also has souk districts, which comprise mainly of lines of boutiques and jewelry stores. Located on open-air walkways on either side of the creek, these souks reflect the traditional way of doing business in the city.
The nearest airport in Dubai is the Dubai International Airport. The airport is one of the major aviation hub in the Middle East and is the main airport in Dubai. The said airport is the hub of Emirates, which is also the largest airline hub in the Middle East. The airline contributes to about 60% of all passenger traffic to the airport. Dubai International Airport is also the hub for low-cost carrier FlyDubai.
While there are no direct flights to and from the Philippines, Filipinos can travel to Dubai via Emirates, China Southern and Cathay Pacific. Emirates fly direct to Dubai from Ninoy Aquino International Airport, while China Southern and Cathay Pacific have a layover in Guangzhou and Hong Kong, respectively.
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