For tourists, the Heritage Village in the district of Al Shindagha is very worth seeing because you can experience the tradition, construction, and history of Dubai. It is a museum village built-in 1997 by the government of Dubai. The village has been built as an Arab settlement with stone houses from the mountain and desert regions, Bedouinelten. The traditional wind tower houses must not be missing in Dubai.
2021 will be leaving us soon. Should we remind you about the most interesting articles that have been published on our website? Here everyone will find something interesting about luxury and wonderful Dubai.
Ras al Khaimah (also Ra`s al Chaima) is one of the seven United Arab Emirates. It is only around 1700 square kilometers and although it is less well known than Dubai, for example, it is enjoying growing popularity with tourists from all over the world.
A beautiful promenade on Bluewaters Island is The Wharf. There you will find numerous good shops and restaurants where you can stroll a bit in the evening.
Gourmets are sure to get their money’s worth in Dubai – but they are also spoiled for choice: from Italian pasta to Japanese sushi to American steaks, almost every cuisine in the world is represented in the cosmopolitan metropolis.
Thirty years ago, the territory of the United Arab Emirates was a lifeless desert with rare Bedouin settlements in the sands and squalid fishing villages by the sea. Then they found oil here, and today this Middle Eastern corner is like another planet.
Fujairah is a small Arab principality in the east of the Arabian Peninsula, one of the seven emirates of the British protectorate of Treaty Oman.
Just boring or super embarrassing: this is how many teenagers perceive a vacation with their parents. The older children often have completely different ideas and ideas of an exciting trip than their parents or guardians. Above all, 13 to 16-year-olds want to have fun and action; they are among the most important criteria for a successful holiday.
Shady, ornate courtyards, fragrant and golden alleys, small wooden boats, and lots of greenery: If you travel to Dubai, you cannot avoid visiting the old town of Dubai. A huge river separates the historic districts of Bur Dubai in the west and Deira in the east.
Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. We suggest what to do on non-working days in order to spend them rich and varied.
The Internet is actively changing the retail industry. And last but not least, this applies to such a familiar thing as shopping. We have collected 11 popular online grocery ordering services that replace the exhausting process of going to the supermarkets in the United Arab Emirates.
A home first aid kit is a small combat arsenal against ailments that will come to the rescue faster than a doctor. Putting together a home first aid kit with Chaslu Dubai Wellbeing Clinic.
The tallest building in the world, the largest shopping center, the largest indoor snow park, the most luxurious hotels – Dubai knows its way around superlatives. And so the honeymoon in the desert state is faster, more beautiful, and more exciting than anywhere else. So let’s go! You can be there in six hours of flight.
For many people, half-knowledge and prejudices instead of facts determine their image of Dubai. We present you with ten interesting facts about Dubai that you probably did not expect.
Al-Ayn is a garden town, one of the oldest settlements in the world, and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Magnificent oases, historical forts, and palaces of rulers, archaeological parks with ancient artifacts, camel markets, lively souk bazaar with Arabian spices, carpets, and incense. But above all, the spirit of history and the aristocracy of culture. The name «Alain» in translation means a «spring» or «source», and it is from here that the whole history of the UAE begins because here Sheikh Zayed was born and grew. We have selected five places to visit.
An oriental atmosphere, wild bargaining, and a lot of hustle and bustle: a stroll through the traditional souks in the old and historic city center is a must for a visit to Dubai. The Arab markets in the districts of Deira and Bur offer a welcome change from the large shopping malls in Downtown Dubai or Jumeirah. Many small shops line up in the narrow streets.
Dubai is the world’s center for entertainment and attractions. Every guest of the Waking-Ne-Second City will definitely visit the Burj Khalifa, see the Dancing Fountains, and a couple of incredible shopping malls with entertainment. In the most famous Dubai Mall, you will definitely drop in to see the world’s largest indoor aquarium, in the Mall of Emirates – perhaps the most famous ski slope.
Azure sky, blue sea. In the honeycombs of white fences, rare and desirable, like a sip of spring water in the desert, spots of greenery – such are the United Arab Emirates from the window of a liner landing at Sharjah airport.
Since ancient times, the basis of the economy of the emirate of Ajman was made up of marine industries – pearl fishing and fishing. Buying and cooking fresh fish is still in the habit of the emirate, and the local fish market is thriving.
As you know, one of the reasons for the attractiveness of Dubai shopping lies in the duty-free zone, where the import tax is only 4%. Here, even elite goods are somewhat cheaper, and with discounts, prices become even more affordable. This is why the festival period is considered the most attractive to visit Dubai.
Diving in the UAE is a separate topic of conversation. There is endless debate as to how much the Red and Marmara Seas can be compared with the Persian Gulf and the Indian Ocean coast near the UAE. Therefore, experienced and novice divers ponder where to go to rest and dive.
Are you planning a trip to Dubai with the children? We show what to expect and what to do! Faster, further, bigger! Dubai is the emirate of superlatives. This is especially clear downtown. The Burj Khalifa is not only the tallest building in the world but also some other sights. Some of them are particularly interesting when traveling to Dubai with children. We will introduce you to this area of the city in detail.
Dubai is a city of contrasts. And only by embracing its past and present will you discover our emirate and experience its culture in its entirety. Someone comes to Dubai for just a couple of days, someone travels with family, and there are those who look for budget options for recreation. In any case, whatever the purpose of your trip, you will find entertainment and attractions in Dubai for which you will not have to overpay. Some of them will cost you just one dirham.
Markets in Dubai are eastern colorful places that are tourist attractions. On the bazaars, you can buy all kinds of curiosities, as well as interior items, jewelry, silk, fur, spices, souvenirs, and much more. Dubai has an ancient tradition of market specialization. This is very convenient not only for wholesalers but also for tourists. For example, those who want to buy high-quality fabrics will go to the textile market and those who want to buy jewelry will go to the Gold Market of Dubai.
For most of us, the United Arab Emirates is associated with a 50-degree heatwave, a giant shopping mall in Dubai, and a wealth of oil sheikhs. But it is only the «tip of the iceberg» because each new country does not immediately show its real «face».
The picturesque oasis village of Hatta with its museum village is located in the middle of a breathtaking landscape in an exclave of Dubai, from where a road leads through spectacular dunes to Hatta.
There are many myths and legends about the emergence of pearls. According to one of the Emirati legends, the pearl is the daughter of the rain (Bint Al Matar’), which fell into the sink and turned into a pearl. The second legend states that the pearl is the daughter of the moon (Bint Al Qamar), which has fallen into the sink through the moonbeam. Whether from rain or from the moon a pearl is born, it is the most fascinating and not requiring processing of the jewellery of nature from ancient years to the present day.
The luxury center of the UAE amazes tourists at first sight with its stunning architecture: this is where the tallest skyscraper of the Burj Khalifa, the artificial World Archipelagos, and the Palm Islands are located. Dubai is the largest center of world trade and tourism as well as Shanghai.
One of the historic areas of Dubai Deira is on the right bank of Creek Bay, which divides Dubai into two parts. Deira is also a resort and suburb that is part of Dubai. From the north, the area is bounded by the Persian Gulf and to the east by the city of Sharjah. On the coast of Deira, there is a marina for ships and yachts sailing to Dubai, the port of Said, where it is interesting to observe the life of the whole city.
The largest city in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai, is a city of superlatives. Immense skyscrapers – the Burj Khalifa, with its 818 meters height, is the highest tower in the world – gigantic shopping…