Travelling from Singapore to Dubai on Emirates? Enjoy special fares, additional 10kg baggage allowance and up to three complimentary nights at the 5-star JW Marriott Marquis Dubai. That’s if you are book return tickets to Dubai between 3 to 21 May 2021 for travel between 16 May and 15 September 2021. This comes with flexible booking options and free multi-risk travel insurance with COVID-19 cover.
Emirates offers customers who purchase their Emirates tickets for travel on or before 30 September 2021 to rebook and change their travel dates or extend their ticket validity for three years. The airline’s free multi-risk travel insurance and Covid-19 cover offers provisions for personal accidents during travel, winter sports cover, loss of personal belongings, and trip disruptions due to unexpected air space closure, travel recommendations or advisories, similar to other multi-risk travel insurance products.
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Stay at the JW Marriott Marquis Dubai For Free
|Travelling On||Round-Trip Ticket from |
Singapore to Dubai
|Number of Nights Stay at |
JW Marriott Marquis Dubai
|Economy Class||From S$439||Two-nights|
|Business Class||From S$1,599||Three-nights|
|First Class||From S$6,699||Three-nights|
The JW Marriot Marquis Dubai features award-winning dining options, its own shopping galleria, and a world-renowned spa. It is conveniently located near attractions such as the Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa, and the Dubai Opera. However, there are black out dates at the hotel. They are from 19 to 22 July 2021.
What to see and do in Dubai
- Peek through the biggest picture frame on the planet The Dubai Frame’ – See the past, present and future of Dubai on top of this 150-metre-high golden structure. Capture the perfect holiday shots and take the ultimate selfie as you experience incredible 360-degree views from the glass sky-deck at the centre of this golden structure
- Visit one of the oldest parts of the city, Bur Dubai – Dubai is well known for its ultramodern delights but don’t miss visiting one of the oldest parts of the city, Bur Dubai, which dates to the 1900s. Here you’ll find the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood with its charming car-free, narrow streets and houses topped with wind towers, or barajeel.
- Thrill-seekers, look no further than Dubai Parks and Resorts – Home to three world-class theme parks and over 100 attractions ranging from rollercoasters and waterslides to cinematic rides and live shows, families and friends can have hours of fun while cooling down at the LEGOLAND Water Park.
- Hit the shops and go to dizzying heights in downtown Dubai – Whether it’s retail therapy at the Dubai Mall or a one-of-a-kind diving experience at the Dubai Aquarium, a visit to downtown Dubai is an absolute must. And make sure you have a toast to your trip at the top of the world’s tallest building,the Burj Khalifa – a staggering 828 metres high and the anchor of this futuristic district.
My Emirates Pass
Your Emirates boarding pass is also a membership card. Emirates’ customers flying to and through Dubai from now to 30 September 2021 can take advantage of the exclusive offers by simply presenting their Emirates boarding pass and a valid form of identification at any of the participating outlets. Enjoy discounts in over 300 restaurants across the country and in over 35 spas in world-class hotels. It also unlocks offers at many tourist attractions including Atlantis Aquaventure and At the Top Burj Khalifa. The full list of participating outlets can be found at emirates.com/myemiratespass.
Take your Covid-19 PCR Test Before Departing Singapore
Emirates has partnered with medical groups in Singapore to extend special rates on Covid-19 PCR tests. Make your appointment and present the Emirates e-tickets for your PCR test at the Healthway Medical or Fullerton Health no more than 72 hours before the flight. Be sure to make an appointment at any of the 34 Healthway Medical clinics. For Fullerton Health, call the call centre at 6333 3636 or email email@example.com and indicate “PRE-TRAVEL PCR TEST” to make an appointment.
Refer to the Border and Health Control Measures page by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority. Travellers must comply with the prevailing border control measures and public health requirements before returning back to Singapore. Check the latest government travel restrictions in your country of origin and ensure you meet the travel requirements of your final destination. For more information on entry requirements for international visitors to Dubai visit https://www.emirates.com/sg/english/help/covid-19/dubai-travel-requirements/