Plan Your Visit

Experience Dubai
Dubai is world renowned as an international destination for business and leisure. Whether this is your first time to visit or if it is more of a home-from-home, with new experiences landing in the city every month, there will never be any shortage of things to see and do. Experience famous tourist destinations like Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building; relax on a pristine beach, or venture into the Arabian Desert for sun, sand and adventure. Explore a myriad of shopping, dining and entertainment destinations including Dubai’s latest most-talked about landmark, The View at The Palm; Time Out Market Dubai, where local chefs serve signature dishes curated by the editors at Time Out, or Bla Bla, a foodie beach club with magnificent views of the Dubai Eye. Try outdoor activities like skydiving, kitesurfing or the world’s longest urban zipline. No matter what takes your fancy, Dubai serves up every experience with warm and welcoming Arabian hospitality.
Expo 2020 Dubai
The world’s largest business meeting place and the third-largest global event after the Olympics and the FIFA World Cup is taking place in Dubai between October 2021 and March 2022. If you are serious about initiating international business relationships during your visit to JGT Dubai, make sure you leverage the opportunities on offer in and around Expo 2020 Dubai, where new business partners are potentially one conversation away.
Just some of what’s on offer at Expo 2020 Dubai:

Business Matchmaking App connecting you with the right people at the right time

Global investment forums, investor pitching conferences and inspiring addresses by the business world’s most visionary minds

Bespoke design collections imagined by first-class international talent – offering you a chance to be inspired while meeting with like-minded creatives

Street festivals, stage shows and concerts connecting and entertaining people of all ages and backgrounds


Things to know


Passport-holders from 50+ nations are now eligible for a 30-day UAE tourist visa upon arrival. Consult your embassy or hotel before you plan to travel.


Dubai is a diverse city with a heritage rooted in Arab culture and Islam. Conservative dress is appreciated. Alcohol is served only in licensed restaurants and hotels.


Renting a car affords visitors the most convenience, but public transport including taxis, monorail, water buses and the tram are all readily accessible throughout the city. The Dubai Metro is considered to be one of the most modern and cost-effective public transportation systems in the world, and it runs directly in and out of the Dubai World Trade Centre every few minutes for ease of access during your visit.


JGT Dubai will be held in February, during the second coldest month of the year and the best time to visit Dubai. Daytime maximum temperatures average around a comfortable 25°C (77°F), while at night 14°C (58°F) is normal.

The Venue

Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), the region’s premier venue for events and a considerable multiplier for the emirate’s GDP has positioned itself at the forefront of the global recovery of the business events sector over the last 12 months

Safety credentials, 77% of global business visitors view Dubai as the safest destination for exhibitions post-COVID-19 * [GRS-explori Research & Strategy, August 2020]
DWTC was the 1st convention and exhibition centre in the Middle East to receive the SafeGuard Label reflecting compliance with the highest global hygiene standards [Bureau Veritas, September 2020].
98% of international visitors to Dubai (after re-opening) felt ‘safe’ or ‘very safe’.
92% ranked Dubai as the safest place in the world to conduct business meetings [Dubai Tourism Survey, March 2021]

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An event at DWTC is an excellent launching point to explore al that Dubai has to offer