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Saturated with ancient customs and cutting edge technology, the UAE is inseparable from all sparkles – from the glamour of famous high rises and huge shopping centers to the delicate white sands just outside city limits. Dubai, the gem in the crown is a voyager’s heaven where unique culture, culinary development, innovation, shopping, and nightlife meet up with an Islamic lifestyle in a unique way. Cosmopolitan Abu Dhabi is both the social and political capital of the UAE, where mosques hobnob with present-day historical centers and a lively contemporary art scene attracts experts from around the globe.

Best Time To Travel

NOVEMBER TO APRIL | 16°C – 33°C | WINTER

The best time to visit is from November to April when the weather is lovely. January and February are the pinnacle season as a result of the Dubai Shopping Festival and in this manner, lodging rates and airfares will in general be high. The temperatures start to ascend by April and May and summers in Dubai are sweltering and muggy, along these lines it isn’t packed, and flights are less expensive.

See & do in UAE

Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa

Sheikh Zayed Mosque

Sheikh Zayed Mosque

Dune Bashing

Dune Bashing

Ferrari World

Ferrari World

Getting around UAE

Dubai isn’t most popular for it’s public vehicle network when contrasted with other traveler destinations. Public vehicle alternatives accessible are Metro, Buses, Tram, Abras, Water Taxi and few others. The most well-known public transport is the Dubai Metro – this is driverless, completely mechanized framework which is perfect, quick and effective. With increment of street traffic, metro rail is getting more mainstream among the inhabitants and guests. Transport network is very broad and are an extraordinary association point from the metro to your destination. Adras, Water taxis are generally more novel methods of transport.

Taxi administrations are one among the best modes which is moderately less expensive, very much kept up and carefully controlled by Transport Authority. All taxicabs are metered and are worked by a wide range of organizations in the city. Smart Taxi App (Introduced by Transport Authority) is extremely basic and advantageous to book the closest taxi from your area. Standard Taxi available outside the International Terminal is the most ideal choice for an air terminal exchange to the city. Additionally, the metro association is accessible however would be packed during peak hours. In the event that your place of stay is near a metro station, at that point, this would be a decent choice.

The Dubai City Pass is available for 1, 2, 3, and 7 days and provides you with free admission to top attractions such as Burj Khalifa as well as popular museums such as Dubai Museum, Al Maktoum House, Camel Museum, and many more. It moreover includes a free desert safari with great specials and a wide range of tour options by bus (hop-on-hop-off), boat (Dhow cruise in famous Dubai Creek), and several walking tours.

To employ a car in Dubai, an International driving permit is an absolute necessity. You can’t drive on your Indian driving permit or on your Dubai visa. There are a few vehicle rental organizations who offer top tier extravagant vehicles with incredible arrangements and discounts. Most of the companies would require your passport, credit card, copy of the license as proof. Budget Rent A Car, Thrifty Car Rental, Avis Uae Rent A Car are some of the famous car rental companies. They can also organize a driver for you at an extra expense.

Survival Guide

  • The power sockets used in Dubai are Type G & A.

  • The voltage here is 220 volts at 50 Hz and it is the same as that we have in India.
  • You can get your universal adapters in any electrical appliances shop or can order it online.
  • When traveling to Dubai, it is best suggested to bring an unlocked phone which is not bound to a single carrier.
  • SIM cards can be purchased at most airports, convenience stores, mobile shops, and markets.
  • The major operators in Dubai are Du and Etisalat
  • You can buy Etisalat’s One Week Packs (7 Days Validity) for a 1GB pack.
  • Dirham is the only accepted currency in Dubai.
  • The average cost of one meal for a person in Dubai is close to 500 INR.
  • The expenditure in Dubai for a day per person will be around 100 euros which are about Rs 1950 which includes your meal & other personal expenses.
  • The average cost of living for a couple in Dubai is INR 3789 per day.
  • Although Insurance is not mandatory for Dubai, it is advisable to carry one.
  • Public hospitals are present all over the country and are as efficient as private ones while being cost-effective.
  • It is recommended you carry sunblock, wide-brimmed hats, and shades while stepping out in the sun. If you want to avoid the sun, avoid the beaches between 10 am and 2 pm – it is hottest then.

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