Articles on the topic "Flora"

It was officially opened during the month of Ramadan in 2007. This is not only a place of worship and education for Muslims, but also a popular tourist destination that welcomes all.
In this article we will know about the origins of the electronic tourist encyclopedia in Dubai, exploring both its creators and the timeframe of its inception.
Ras al Khaimah
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. 
Dubai Stopover
A Dubai stopover is a wonderful way to get to know the Arab metropolis. That means you stay there for two to three days and take a close look at everything with the sights. Then you just fly on to the desired destination. There are different ways you can do it. We will explain exactly what these are here.
Yas Waterworld: You Can Find It in Abu Dhabi
A very nice water park is Yas Waterworld in Abu Dhabi located on the island of Yas Island. In good an hour’s drive with the rental car, this is accessible from Dubai. You can spend there easy to spend the whole day with the family and you will have a lot of fun. Especially with the hot summer temperatures, there is cooling very well there.
Burj Khalifa
For the Burj Khalifa visit, you need a ticket which you should reserve in advance. As a visitor, you can visit various viewing platforms. Here we explain what exactly these are and what you have to spend on them.
Dubai Transport
In Dubai, there are many different modes of transport that tourists can use and these are also very cheap compared to other cities in the world and which one can be used we have put together on this page. After all, you want to get around the city and Dubai is very large in terms of area and therefore you always need the right means of transport to get from A to B.
Dubai Hotel
Here is a list of the best hotels in Dubai where tourists and business travelers like to stay. This makes the search for the right hotel much easier and you don’t have to search long.
Dubai Butterfly Garden
If you would like to see butterflies on vacation then you should visit the Dubai Butterfly Garden. This is a beautiful park where you can see particularly large butterflies. It is also said to be the largest of its kind in the world and you can see 35,000 butterflies there. You have never seen so many.
The Green Planet: Little Piece of Flora and Fauna
A new attraction in the Emirate of Dubai is called The Green Planet. From the outside, it is a modern building and inside a gigantic zoo with a botanical garden. You probably wouldn’t expect what’s in this building. A visit with the whole family is always recommended and you will be amazed.
The Best Brunches in Dubai: Add to Your List
The weekend in Dubai is a time of a gastronomic tradition: brunch. Every Friday and Saturday, the famous all-inclusive buffets, the decadent festive menus are open from noon. 
Best Indian Restaurants in UAE
If you love Haute Indian cuisine and contemporary luxurious design, this list is for you.
LA MER IN DUBAI
Spacious and cozy at the same time – such is the impression of a comfortable modern beach complex La Mer. It is a world-class beach in a prestigious area of Dubai that combines the best modern trends in the leisure industry.
Diving in the UAE
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 Nature Reserve in Dubai's Desert
When you think of Dubai, you usually see tall skyscrapers, pompous hotels, and a huge cityscape in your mind’s eye. When it comes to the subject of “nature”, only man-made green oases, islands, and golf courses come to mind. But Dubai and the surrounding area have much more to offer.
Wedding in Dubai
There comes a time in every couple’s life when they want to legitimize their relationship. Now that the bride’s consent has been obtained, the engagement is over, so it’s time to start organizing a magical wedding celebration.
Sir Bani Yas
Sir Bani Yas is an extraordinary island in the United Arab Emirates that is a special pearl. It is located approximately 250 kilometers from Abu Dhabi in the Persian Gulf and can be reached by boat or plane. Unlike the completely artificial islands of Dubai, protected Syr Bani Yas offers an incredible variety of plants and animals.
Protected Oases of the Emirates
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.
Flora and Fauna of the UAE
The United Arab Emirates occupies the largest and almost lifeless desert in the world. However, even in such a small area of the country, the different landscapes of the Middle East region and the diversity of wildlife are harmoniously combined.
Arabian Perfumery
Arabian perfume is very different from the most popular flavors widely available in most perfume stores. Anyone who has ever come across the scents of Middle Eastern spirits will never mistake them for anything else. Arabian perfumery is always based on natural ingredients, you will never find alcohol or synthetic additives here. Natural components not only give unique shades of scent to such perfumes but also guarantee that you will never have an allergic reaction to such products.
Green Community is the nearest community to the Expo 2020 Dubai site
Enjoy a great time with friends and family in the UAE for free or for tickets under Dh20 per person. What kind of tourist are you? We have a list of fun places to visit…
MyDubai Media
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,…

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