Golden Tulip Resort Dibba

Address: Mina Rd, Fujairah, 811, United Arab Emirates | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on Mina Rd, Fujairah.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Golden Tulip Resort Dibba Fujairah

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Fujairah

Sand Duning

A travel blog entry by meclayt on Mar 01, 2015

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Now back to a gravel road, we drove to another mountain range where we were to have lunch. The gravel turned into a dried out river bed of huge rocks which we bounced across to get to a natural spring area for our picnic lunch. This time our seat belts kept us from hitting the ceiling.

East Coast Tour

A travel blog entry by tyga on Oct 17, 2014

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... UAE, which was built by the British after they destroyed the village of Fujairah. There are partially restored buildings and ruins in the village which was quite interesting. We then had a 2 hour drive back to Dubai.

When we got back to the hotel we went straight out for dinner. For dessert we had ice cream at a place called Cold Stone Creamery. We didn't ...

The Rocky Mountain Trip to Fujeirah & Below

A travel blog entry by chuck.vosotros on Jul 11, 2014

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... when there were fishermen segregating the fishes they caught. I thought they're going to sell it but the catch were intended for the Iftar time. It was amazing to see lots of fishes being rested on the large - what seems to be a net. The local owner was generous enough to give us 3 plastic bags or could have been more as we were asked to take what we can. Fresh fish - good food. I already had plans then on what to do with those fresh catch.


Khor Fakkan (Fakkan heaven or Fakkan Hell?)

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Apr 01, 2014

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... dishes bolted to where the roof used to be.

‘Perhaps, they’re rusty and battered to blend in with the rest of the décor!’ suggested Roisin although I couldn't help thinking she was being somewhat facetious!

Before heading back, our excursion culminated in a visit to a local super market where I bought a couple of casual shirts, some after sun and moisturiser (for Roisin, not me) and the whole thing came to about £12!


Nice 6 hour drive to nowhere.

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Nov 24, 2013

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... think. Abdul kept saying that Mohammed had built it. I'm not an Islam scholar but I think the time line there is faulty. Whenever and whoever built it, it's a small mud mosque that has been refurbished. There were 2 men inside praying so I didn't go in as I don't like to bother anyone in their worship but Abdul came along and went in and told them both that I was coming inside so there I went. Still, we got to see it and the group that ...