Every year the UAE real estate market becomes more and more attractive for investors and agencies. According to DLD, in May 2022 a total of transactions worth 26.5 billion dirhams (about $70 billion) were concluded. The deals generated over AED240 billion, up 61% from 2021.
Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC) is a freehold community located in downtown Dubai. This prestigious district, which began to develop in 2005, is growing rapidly, offering excellent infrastructure and being a comfortable place to live for working people, families with children, and businessmen. Due to the large selection of luxury real estate JVC is extremely profitable for investors. The excellent accessibility of the area enables easy access to any other business or residential sector in the emirate.
Masdar City is a city project in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The project was presented in 2006 and realized under the direction of Masdar, a subsidiary of the Mubadala Development Company since 2008.
The Abu Dhabi Mall is one of the largest and first shopping malls in Abu Dhabi. It was opened in 2001. Visitors can choose from a total of 220 shops on 220,000 square meters of retail space. The large food court with 40 different restaurants is also very interesting. For the children, there is a small park where they can play, a large cinema and even a bowling center. The Abu Dhabi Mall is located near the well-known five-star hotel Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers.
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.
An oriental atmosphere, wild bargaining, and a lot of hustle and bustle: a stroll through the traditional souks in the old and historic city center is a must for a visit to Dubai. The Arab markets in the districts of Deira and Bur offer a welcome change from the large shopping malls in Downtown Dubai or Jumeirah. Many small shops line up in the narrow streets.
Public transport in Dubai is represented by metro, buses, and trams. Our tourists prefer to use taxis or transfers, but to use public transport is worth at least for the sake of immersion in a cultural environment, let alone economy.
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.
Dubai can be called a city of diversity because on the streets you can hear people speaking English, Hindi, Urdu, Philippine and, of course, Arabic, the state language of the UAE. Having in the arsenal a few useful words in the native language of the emirate’s inhabitants, it is possible to show kindness in any situation and enrich your impressions from a holiday in Dubai with pleasant communication. You start with a phrase.
The luxury center of the UAE amazes tourists at first sight with its stunning architecture: this is where the tallest skyscraper of the Burj Khalifa, the artificial World Archipelagos, and the Palm Islands are located. Dubai is the largest center of world trade and tourism as well as Shanghai.
Downtown Dubai serves both as a business center due to the location of the offices of global companies and as a tourist area where the Emirate’s attractions are concentrated.
The largest city in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai, is a city of superlatives. Immense skyscrapers – the Burj Khalifa, with its 818 meters height, is the highest tower in the world – gigantic shopping…