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United Arab Emirates

The territories of the Middle-East are too-often tarred by the same brush, misinformation making it tricky to know quite where is safe and where best to avoid. The United Arab Emirates, with its unique blend of traditional and contemporary culture, has strived to build a reputation as tolerant, multi-faceted, and surprisingly cosmopolitan, and a must-see on any Middle-Eastern adventure.

You might wake early in your luxury hotel to the evocative ululating chant of the Muslim call to prayer, the sun ascending a vivid pink behind the towering Dubai skyline. From there, the nature of your day can change at a whim. The hedonist will want to hit the chic boutiques and bedeck themselves in the latest designer clothes for lounging on the pristine beaches of Ras Al-Khaimah on the sparkling Gulf Coast, or settle in for a six course meal at an indulgent restaurant to line your stomach for a hard night at a hip bar or pulsing club. The adventurer will crave a camel ride into the unfathomable deserts beyond Abu Dhabi and sequester themselves in the acacia groves of Liwa Oasis, hike high into the spectacular Hajar Mountains to escape the heat, or haggle over authentic souvenirs in the humming souqs of Sharjah. If you prefer exploration to be air-conditioned, make the climb to the summit of Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world’s tallest building at a staggering 2723ft.

Like many Middle-Eastern countries, the temperature can sometimes prove overwhelming, and visitors are expected to exercise caution and respect in relation to local etiquette. Rigidity of dress code differs across the country, so bring a variety of outfits (or a well-prepped credit card) to make sure you don’t miss out on anything the UAE has to offer.

Did you know

  • The Dubai Emirates Mall has an indoor ski slope.
  • There are no street addresses in Dubai.
  • The tallest manmade structure (Burj Khalifa), biggest mall (the Dubai Mall) and the biggest viewing panel for an aquarium in the world can all be found in UAE.
  • Only 20% of the residents of UAE are natives.
  • The world’s largest indoor theme park, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, also boasts the fastest rollercoaster in the world. 

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