At the quayside in the centre of Dubai, mountains of goods are left unguarded for days ... according to Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Here are some tips on how to avoid being arrested during a visit to the UAE: THE MIDDLE FINGER.
But did you know that if you visit during Ramadan and decide to break your fast on the observation deck, you'll have to wait three minutes longer than everyone on the ground? The world's largest free standing structure is so tall that Dubai's Grand Mufti.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which is determined by the lunar cycles and therefore is about 11 days shorter than the Gregorian calendar, according to Christophe Schnyder, general manager of Al Qasr hotel in Dubai. That's the reason.
Ramadan -- the annual Muslim festival of fasting, sacrifice and worship -- gets underway across the world on 20 July and will last for 29 or 30 days, depending on lunar sightings. Those used to Dubai’s fast-paced nature will see a different side to the.
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As the fasting month of Ramadan is upon us, here are some of the iftar deals for Dubai residents, catered to fit all budgets. Meanwhile, do also keep a lookout, as several internet group buying websites such as Cobone and Groupon are also offering limited.
Dubai is to loosen rules prohibiting day-time alcohol sales during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. The move reflects how much the city-state's rulers value the revenue both tourists and alcohol tax bring into the emirate. In the past, those.
For starters, Dubai is nothing like Las Vegas ... Don’t display affection with the opposite sex in public, especially during Ramadan when it’s forbidden (along with eating and drinking in public during daylight hours); and don’t share a hotel.
who can take you on one of her backstreet food strolls of Old Dubai (take an evening tour during Ramadan) to sample its best ethnic eats. Try Yemeni meats on the Arabic tour, green chilli drinks on the Indian tour and spicy Ethiopian curries on the North.