The United Arab Emirates and Dubai are very safe countries. As a tourist in Dubai, you don’t have to worry about being mugged or not. Even when night falls in Dubai, crime does not increase. Here you can also stroll at night at the Dubai Marina without anything happening. Even women alone can holiday in Dubai and you will not be harassed or maybe stared at. However, women should not dress too revealingly. Safety is very important to many holidaymakers and is a decisive criterion for choosing a country. Especially when traveling to Arab countries, many people are critical.
In Emirate Dubai, everything is perfectly air-conditioned and as a tourist, you do not need to be afraid there that you have to sweat. Where this is exactly what we will describe here. There is a lot to consider.
If you are flying to the USA from Dubai International Airport, biometric boarding is possible. We will describe here exactly how this works.
A well-known landmark of Dubai is the Deira Clocktower. This is located in the district of Deira where you can also read the current time. Furthermore, you can already see it from afar.
Mariam al-Mheiri once studied mechanical engineering in Aachen. Now she is Minister of State for Food and Water Security.
In July 2020, the Mars probe Hope launched towards the Red Planet. Now it should swing into its orbit. Those involved look to the maneuver with anticipation and concern. Because that’s anything but easy, especially not for a space novice like the United Arab Emirates.
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.
Starting with the elegant welcome of the doorman as you step out of your car into the luxury world of Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai, you will feel like you are in a real royal palace. The feeling of belonging to the royal circle is heightened as soon as you enter the Cinq Mondes Spa, which is located in the heart of this hotel.
In 2019, in the Global Talent Trends report, LinkedIn cited the data: 92% of employers are less interested in the knowledge and experience of an employee if they are not supported by emotional intelligence, the ability to cooperate, adapt to changing conditions, etc. Deloitte Access Economics predicts that by 2030, flexible skills occupations will account for two-thirds of all jobs.
Tourists often choose the place of recreation by the United Arab Emirates, but sometimes absolutely not interested in local customs and rules. But this eastern country is very religious and strict with those who do not comply with public norms of behavior and dress code.
According to research by the Swiss elite medical center Clinique La Prairie, the owners of the healthiest and most well-groomed skin in the world are Arab women. Fortunately, women of the East do not make a secret about their beauty habits and willingly share tips on how to look younger and more attractive.
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.
The history of henna dates back thousands of years, but modern science confirms many of its unique properties. In the list of beauty recipes, the favorite plant of queens and prophets has not yet lost its relevance. How henna was used from antiquity to the present day.
Every corner of the world has its own peculiarities, which have a significant influence on tourist holidays. And in this article, we want to list some facts about the Arab Emirates that tourists should know before going. We would like to refer more to prohibitions, since violations of such prohibitions may lead to imprisonment rather than a fine. Nevertheless, sharia law played an important role in that Muslim country. So what to fear and what to consider before going to Dubai, Sharjah, or other regions of the UAE.
For many, the United Arab Emirates is a «desert department store», but not a destination for ecotourism. However, there are also amazing natural beauty and interesting nature reserves.
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».
Many governments in the Middle East are trying to move away from their dependence on the export of natural resources and to build a diversified, sustainable economy. They should learn it from Dubai. It’s a great story.
Around the world, off-the-shelf properties are being sold at much more affordable prices than finished homes, and Dubai is no exception. And while the temptation to buy a home at a low price is great,…
Glitzy Dubai is the United Arab Emirates’ holiday hot spot. This city of high-rises and shopping malls has transformed itself from a desert outpost to a destination du-jour, where tourists flock for sales bargains, sunshine,…