If you are interested in Arabic coins then you should visit the Coins Museum Dubai. It’s definitely very interesting and you can see coins there that you’ve probably never seen before.
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.
The Dubai Internet City is a free trade zone right next to the Dubai Media City. It is a technology park where well-known companies from all over the world such as Microsoft, Dell, Siemens, and many more have settled.
When it comes to jewelry, Dubai is second to none. Firstly, historically Dubai is the birthplace of pearl divers. Secondly, the world’s largest Gold Bazaar operates here.
From the Palm Islands to the tallest skyscrapers. There is no shortage of world-famous attractions in Dubai.
The largest city in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is considered the most important trade and financial center of the Middle East. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations, especially in winter.
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.
Diver, skydiver, and falconer lover. He loves lions and white tigers. He’s a snowboarder and a poet, a fine rider, a repeated winner of horse competitions. He owns expensive cars and a yacht – Crown Prince of Dubai Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum.
Bastakiya is an ancient district of ultra-modern Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, which keeps the history and culture of this region, is the center of its monuments and attractions.
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.
Once to Mars – many nations consider this to be the accolade of space travel. Now a new player is entering the stage: The United Arab Emirates wants to conquer the red planet. The small country on the Persian Gulf plans to put its first probe into orbit.
Dubai is the premier sports capital of the entire Middle East region. Here your attention will be provided with various types of competitions and international championships, golf, tennis, equestrian sports and car racing, ice skating, and scuba diving. The local climate and modern sports facilities make Dubai an ideal destination for sports enthusiasts and outdoor enthusiasts. The pride of the United Arab Emirates is camel racing.
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.
Experience absolute well-being in a traditional Turkish hammam in Dubai. Turkish bathhouses or hammams have been an important part of the Ottoman culture for centuries. Relax in a luxurious ambiance and choose from a range of wellness rituals.
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.
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.
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.
Tour operators organize and conduct various trips to the desert. The companies offer quality and unusual excursions that take place in small groups or, upon request, in private. Responsibility and discretion with local wildlife and nature are what the right tour operator does.
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.
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.
The United Arab Emirates is the country in which the concept of «transport infrastructure» was formed and realized literally in front of eyes for some 30-40 years. This is related to historical, climatic, and geographical features that are understandable. In fact, about half a century ago, apart from a few roads that could be counted on fingers and traditional boats «abra», there was nothing to use.
Young. Modern. Fancy. Hardly any other city has transformed so rapidly into a diverse and exciting metropolis of millions as Dubai. Even if the rich tradition and history of the emirate are emphasized again and again, the cityscape of Dubai is predominantly shaped by the achievements of the last 20 years.
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.
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.
Dubai offers every imaginable cuisine. Particularly noteworthy are the delicious desserts that the country offers. Here is our guide to Dubai desserts.
No pomp, no skyscrapers, and no traffic noise: if you visit the historic Al Fahidi district in the heart of Dubai, you will get to know the Arab metropolis from a completely different perspective. Narrow, winding streets, traditional wind towers, and low-rise mud houses dominate the image of the so-called Al Bastakiya.
In this article, we will look at all the most exciting theme parks in Dubai and Abu Dhabi (UAE), which are a must-visit for both adults and children, regardless of the season of the trip.
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.
Getting to the United Arab Emirates is not difficult: you bought a ticket, made a visa, and now one of the most comfortable airports in the world welcomes you with open arms. But what is it like to get here to live? There are only two ways: come to work or get married.