Articles on the topic "Traditions"

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a sought-after destination for business, but cultural nuances raise concerns among international observers. Divergent ratings portray a complex picture, with some highlighting women’s protection and others pointing to discrimination.
Moving to Dubai is a dream for many, given the city’s blend of modernity and luxury, making it an enticing destination for new residential and business opportunities. Let’s delve into what Dubai has to offer expats and explore key aspects to consider before booking that one-way flight.
Doing business in the East requires a revision of ideas about time. The average Arab “minute” is 80 seconds, which is three times the European perception of time. Tasks that seem doable in a month in the West may require two or even three months in the East. Flexibility and patience become key success factors.
While the UAE and Dubai are renowned for their cultural diversity, creating enduring business relationships in this region demands a profound understanding of local cultural norms and traditions.
The UAE’s population is projected to increase by 92,756 due to migration. In other words, the number of permanent residents entering the country will exceed the current total number of residents.
Over the past 50 years, few places on Earth have undergone as drastic a transformation as the United Arab Emirates.
The United Arab Emirates is a wealthy country known for its luxury and exoticism. There is hardly a single person in the world who would not like to visit there. In this article, we will describe various interesting facts from the life of indigenous Arabs.
In this article, we will talk about one of the greatest Arab travelers of the 12th century, who can easily be called the “Arab Christopher Columbus.”
The official state language in the Emirates is Arabic. All documents are written in modern Arabic, negotiations are conducted and information is reported to local media.
All native residents of the United Arab Emirates approach their choice of clothing very modestly. The fact is that, first of all, this is connected with the Muslim faith, as well as with long-standing traditions. Absolutely every visiting tourist and immigrant must respect the culture of the UAE. Otherwise, you will face problems with the police. In this article, we will talk about the traditional clothing of the UAE residents.
Information on women’s health in Dubai: reproductive health services, cancer diagnosis and treatment, mental health. Health insurance, availability of services.
Georgian style wedding menu 09:21  |  17.08.23
Georgia is an amazing country and there are many reasons for that, but one of the main ones is the fact that one of its most outstanding achievements is its dining culture. Yes, you heard…
Heritage Village
Heritage Village: Open History 15:06  |  14.07.23
For tourists, the Heritage Village in the district of Al Shindagha is very worth seeing because you can experience the tradition, construction, and history of Dubai. It is a museum village built-in 1997 by the government of Dubai. The village has been built as an Arab settlement with stone houses from the mountain and desert regions, Bedouinelten. The traditional wind tower houses must not be missing in Dubai. 
Dubai, a city of towering skyscrapers, luxury hotels, and glitzy shopping malls, is a place that has long fascinated people from all over the world. But what is it really like to live in Dubai?…
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.
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.
The Oberoi Dubai
An insider tip among the luxury city hotels is certainly The Oberoi Dubai. Due to its location in Business Bay, you can reach practically all well-known sights from there very quickly.
Dubai Insider Tips
Here we put the best Dubai insider tips where you can save money and time. So you can enjoy your vacation even better and have numerous advantages that other tourists do not have.
Camels in the UAE
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.
Best Hammams in the UAE
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.
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.
CINQ MONDES Spa
CINQ MONDES Spa: Royal Bliss 15:56  |  15.07.21
Starting with the elegant welcome of the doorman as you step out of your car into the luxury world of Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai, you will feel like you are in a real royal palace. The feeling of belonging to the royal circle is heightened as soon as you enter the Cinq Mondes Spa, which is located in the heart of this hotel.
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.
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.
Bedouins
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.
Exclusive Desert Tours in the Emirate of Dubai
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.
Dubai's Modern Art Scene
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.
Afternoon Tea: the Best Places in Dubai
Afternoon Tea is a popular and well-known tragedy. It is known not only in England but also worldwide. This tradition fully reflects England’s tea tradition with its porcelain sets, fragrant tea, tasty snacks, and delicious desserts.
Al Fahidi
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.
Arab Women
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.

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