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Here we clarify the biggest myths about Dubai that you probably think of as a tourist when you go on holiday there, or maybe want to go there.
Yas Island Rotana
A beautiful hotel on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi is the Yas Island Rotana. Furthermore, it is known for its good price/performance ratio. This means that if there is no Formula One car race taking place there, you can stay overnight very cheaply in the capital of the United Arab Emirates. It’s a four-star superior hotel, but it would certainly have gotten five stars in other countries. As is well known, the hotel standard in Abu Dhabi is very high.
Dubai Creekside Park
The Creekside Park is the green oasis in the middle of the city and in a million metrople as Dubai has meanwhile there must be nice parks and green facilities. Normally one would have to think that this is not possible in the desert.
Ramadan 2022 in Dubai
Ramadan 2022 in Dubai starts on April 2nd, 2022, and ends on May 2nd, 2022. For tourists, we have important information that you should know if you want to go on holiday there at this time of the year.
Safety in Dubai
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.
Jumeirah Zabeel Saray
The Jumeirah Zabeel Saray is one of the most luxurious hotels on The Palm Jumeirah. It is a palace from 1001 nights where you can spend a beach holiday with the whole family.
Dubai
There is an Arabic proverb: “Who lives sees, but who travels sees more.” Travel is eye-opening. You taste new flavors, have new experiences, meet new people and perspectives, and make new memories that will stay with you for the rest of your life and make it more colorful. We think you should definitely put the United Arab Emirates on your bucket list of travel destinations, and Dubai in particular. Here are just 10 reasons why Dubai really is worth it.
Dubai sunset
The Dubai low season is from May to September where it has fewer tourists in the city. But you have many benefits that you can use on vacation. Which ones are we will explain here?
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.
Al Seef Dubai
Directly at the Dubai Creek, there is a mile which Al Seef calls where there are numerous shops and restaurants where you can end the evening in the metropolis. The location is perfect where you have a great view of the skyline of the creek building. Tags there are a bit quieter there, but in the evening there is always something going on there.
Dubai Mall Food Court
In the Dubai Mall Food Court, you can eat very cheaply as a tourist. We will explain exactly where this is and which restaurants are there. In any case, you should stop by there.
Burj Khalifa
The elevator to the 124th floor only takes one minute. The tallest building in the world still only has the third-fastest elevator in the world. But most of the visitors shouldn’t care. They come to enjoy the view and the spectacle below on the platform 452 meters above the ground – the luxury shopping center Dubai Mall. Dancing fountain, the new opera house.
Practical Tips for Dubai
Dubai is a fascinating travel destination. A hyper-modern boom metropolis meets oriental tradition and hospitality, plus there are great beaches, a huge selection of hotels and resorts, the best shops and restaurants. Hardly anyone who does not dream of a vacation in Dubai, but sometimes there are a few questions in the back of their minds.
Ideas for the Weekend Eid al-Fitr
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.
Best Verandas in Dubai
Where to say goodbye to cramped air-conditioned rooms and go out into the open air? We went around town and compiled a list of the best outdoor verandas.
Best Hammams in the United Arab Emirates
Hammam is a ritual of total relaxation. It was born many centuries ago, but the main has hardly changed. Modern luxury and convenience have only made it better. We present a review of the most luxurious hammams in the Emirates.
The Taste of Ramadan
You may not fast in Ramadan, but if you live in the UAE, it is definitely worth visiting a festive Iftar or Suhoor. All restaurants create a magical warm environment with décor dazzling. The festive atmosphere envelops you headlong, the table is full of treats, and you understand what a “fabulous feast” from Arabian tales tastes like.
Honeymoon in Dubai
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.
Emirates Palace
One of the most beautiful hotels in Abu Dhabi. A palace was built for people. A symbol of Arab abundance and hospitality. Emirates Palace today offers far more than one would expect from a holiday in the Emirates – a dip in the comfort of a royal atmosphere, but at a reasonable price.
How to dress in the UAE
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.
Ramadan in the UAE
For the United Arab Emirates, the state religion is Islam. However, along with this, other religions are allowed. The Emirates is the most open state in the Arab world. It is here that citizens of many countries of Asia, America, and Western and Eastern Europe live and work. The country has a significant number of temples, churches, and other structures of various religions.
Alcohol and Arabs
Few people know that we owe the existence of strong alcoholic drinks to the Arabs. There is a version that the technology of distillation, which makes it possible to extract the “water of wine” from wine, was transferred to the Europeans through Spain by the Arabs. The Arabic words “alcohol”, “alambik”, “alchemy” have entered many European languages.
Interesting Emirates Features for Tourists
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 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.
umeirah Mosque
The Jumeira Mosque in Dubai is one of the few mosques in the country open to all visitors, regardless of their religion. The Sheikh Mohammed Cultural Cooperation Center (SMCCU), which operates at the Jumeira Mosque, is the reason for this opportunity. The main purpose of the center is to promote tourists studying the culture and religion of the United Arab Emirates. The Jumeira Mosque has become one of Dubai’s most popular attractions, and its image can be seen on the 500 dirhams bill.
Rules of Conduct in the UAE
In this article, we will try to elaborate on how to behave in the UAE, what is prohibited and what is permitted, how to communicate with the local people, and how to not get into trouble during the rest and the rest of life.
Business in the UAE
80% of ex-pats have had a significant impact on culture and business practices. The specificity of each office is multinationality. All cultures of the world and dialects exist here. Living in Dubai, you do not…
real estate Dubai
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,…

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