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.
Of course, there is also a large library in Dubai and the Mohammed bin Rashid Library is just the right thing. You can find a lot of books there and surely there is something for everyone.
Also in Dubai, there is a big business of Galeries Lafayette and if you want to shop luxuriously then you are exactly right. You should definitely stop by where you’re in Dubai Mall.
Surely you want to take souvenirs from the Dubai holiday home. Where you get this cheaper we will explain exactly here. Because prices are very different for the same products in the city.
On the spectacular palm island of Dubai is the Fairmont The Palm with 381 rooms and suites. For a beach holiday with the family, this luxury hotel is a good choice. However, you must also know before booking it is still built there.
At the turn of the year, the city of superlatives sets its own standards. Bigger, more spectacular, more breathtaking – this is New Year’s Eve in Dubai! Read now what awaits you on December 31st in the magnificent desert city and where you will have the best view of the spectacular fireworks.
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.
Here we provide the new Dubai attractions for 2022 in front of which you should definitely look at. Every year new great sights are always there and therefore it is worth traveling to Dubai.
The emirate of Dubai is very rich and of course, the residents benefit from what you can imagine. Those who were born there can consider themselves lucky.
A spectacular city hotel in Dubai is the Paramount Hotel Dubai with a unique design where, as a hotel guest, you immediately feel transported into a film set.
The largest water fountains in the world are in Dubai and they are called The Palm Fountain. You will definitely be very impressed when you see them for the first time.
Since January 1, 2018, the Dubai VAT of five percent has been introduced, which also has to be paid by tourists. Here you get useful information on what you need to know and which other taxes still have to be paid on site.
The special thing about Dubai is that it is a very modern and clean city. Furthermore, there is practically a weather guarantee and the sun shines almost every day.
The Emirate of Dubai is located on the Arabian Peninsula and it belongs to the continent of Asia. The Dubai location is very good and you can reach many well-known cities and holiday destinations within a few hours by plane. That is why one of the largest aviation hubs in the world is also located there.
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.
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.
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.
For some they are important meeting places, for others the symbol of capitalism: shopping centers have always excited people. The Munich exhibition “World of Malls” invites you to take a journey through time through the world’s major shopping centers – with both positive and negative examples.
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.
Wearing a hijab, sharing a husband with other wives, observing many rules is a lot of women living in a Muslim state with strict morals. The women of the United Arab Emirates do not complain: they have ruled the country for a long time.
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.
Stroking a lion’s mane or playing with tiger cubs? Pick up a funny little monkey or feed a Madagascar lemur? Look into the clever eyes of a real Canadian wolf or take a close-up photo of an inseparable pair of pink flamingos? Al Buqaish Private Zoo, a private animal welfare project, recently opened its doors.
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.
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.
The ethnographic village was built in 1997 in the historical district of Shindag as part of the folklore program of the Trade Festival. A visit to the Diving Village is a kind of time machine that allows you to see firsthand the striking contrast between modern Dubai and what it was just half a century ago. In the 1960s, oil was found on the coast of the Persian Gulf, and the era of hydrocarbons began for the emirates, turning the UAE into a rich and prosperous country. Oil revenues have created a fantastic desert paradise.
Anyone who has ever been to the Emirates or another Gulf country knows firsthand about a real “Arab” scent. Arabs know a lot about good smells. A rich and dense sillage of the scent accompanies every indigenous inhabitant of the UAE.
The United Arab Emirates is an amalgamation of seven emirates on the Arabian Peninsula that have joined forces in a federation for better political and economic cooperation. Above all, the economic development, due to the rich oil reserves, makes the region an important political factor in the Middle East.
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.