There is no bad weather and no low season in the UAE – after all, here in November and July there are luxury hotels for quality rest, excellent shopping at attractive prices, as well as a bunch of expensive cars for rent.
It is not in vain that we indicated the rental of expensive cars. Instagram is filled with photos of Ferraris, Porsches, etc. Yes, most sports cars in uae are rented. There is nothing wrong. Not many people own their property in Dubai, and also have their own personal fleet. Expensive cars are rented in order to get a taste of the expensive life of Arab sheikhs, at least for a week of vacation. Also, rented cars help you move around, while saving you time (distances in the UAE are huge).
When arriving in a foreign country, it is very important to know the traditions and rules that should be observed in order not to catch evil looks on yourself, and maybe even get a fine.
What you need to know when coming to the UAE:
The UAE is a tourist country, there is something to see in it. Don't worry, you can travel around the UAE even on a small budget. Below we have listed 5 must-see places in the UAE.
1. Aquarium and Underwater Zoo
The most mesmerizing sight in the Dubai Mall is a giant aquarium, where 33,000 marine life swim among man-made corals. You can see them through the "world's largest viewing acrylic panel" – that's what it says in the Guinness Book of Records.
2. Burj Al Arab Tower
In the decade that has passed since the commissioning of the skyscraper, Burj Al Arab has become the most recognizable symbol of the rapidly developing city on the sands. But the tower has become not only an "icon" of the tourist emirate, but also a clear demonstration of how much the Middle Eastern Arab country can achieve.
3. Dhow yard in Dubai Creek
Fancy traditional dhows can still be seen today in Dubai Creek (Khor Dubai or Dubai Creek). They are still made by hand using the same technology as hundreds of years ago. Notice how this procedure differs from Western shipbuilding traditions, where the frame is first made and then sheathed with board or other material.
4. Al Ain
It is easy to get lost in the maze of winding streets of Al Ain, the main city of the Buraimi oasis. The Al Ain Museum contains exhibits representing the life of the Emirates in the "pre-oil" period. Here you will see Bedouin jewelry, Arab cold and firearms, the interior of a Bedouin tent, local musical instruments and much more.
5. Gallery XVA
XVA is one of the most famous and beloved galleries in Dubai. Art exhibitions, devoted to a large extent to the art of the Arab East, are housed in a beautifully restored building in the Bastakiya district. In the XVA exhibition halls you can see paintings, sculptures and art installations by local and foreign artists.
Who would have thought half a century ago that the tallest buildings in the world would grow in the desert, a ski resort would operate under the scorching sun, a botanical garden would appear on the site of lifeless sands, and nomadic people would change from camels to ferrari, lamborghini and jaguars.