Dubai is a city (emirate) in the OAU. Originally, Dhubai was a place where the nomadic herders, fishermen, and pearl fishermen met. Today it is a major trading and business center. Its also a great place to relax. The modern, updated standards are side by side with ancient culture and archaeology. In keeping with Islamic mores, there is a simplicity of preceding centuries manners.
In the early 19th century, Dhubai was a small village enclosed by walls. ×The population was 1,200 people. In 1833, people from the neighboring city of Aba dhabi began to move to Dawai. This move was a turning point in the history of the city of Dubai. The citys trade began to develop at an accelerated pace. Soon, the liberal attitude of the rulers and societies toward trade attracted large numbers of merchants from Persia and India. Now it was a copolitical, economically prosperous city.
In the 1970s, for the then-disadvantaged UAE, there was an economic miracle. Oil fields were discovered here. From then on, Dubai became a tourist destination that attracted thousands of travelers from all over the world. Tourists are attracted first and foremost by todays hotels, which are unlike any other in the world. For example, the Hotel Parus, built in 1999, is the epitome of luxurious living. Maddinat Hotel is an entire city with its own transport: special boats transport people by canal. Theres also the sky-scraping Burj Khalifa, which stands 828 meters high and offers a view of the entire city from its observation deck. It has everything that can capture a tourists imagination: beaches of breathtaking beauty, surfing, hotels with top-notch services.
A wide range of activities can be enjoyed in Dubai, from snorkeling and scuba diving in an underwater aqua park to skiing on an open mountain track of any size. Here you can hunt for skeletons in safari parks, drive jeeps on the wilderness, ride the Futuristic Meter, and visit islands that are reminiscent of the shape of the world. Its also worth visiting the tartar plantations or the ancient Arabian Gold Bazaar Market. Its known for its sailboats & ²quo;²quo;²quo; and its beautiful flamingo birds. As in the past, this coven carries merchandise from all over the world. You can admire the view of the boat and watch the boats on the boat rack.
In spite of the citys innovation, there are still old barracks alleys filled with the atmospheric atmosphere of the traditional gulf trade. Practically every shop can be decorated with jewel-like adornments, beautifully colored silk or silk fabrics, or silk and silk fabrics with lovely, colorful patterns.
- Air quality: 137 US AQI Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups. Members of sensitive groups may experience health effects. The general public is less likely to be affected.
- Tap water: No, not drinkable
- Religious government: Religious
- Population: 2,100,000 people
- Population density: euro euro empty: 19x19m 361m per person
- GDP: $37,622 / year
- Power outlets: 230V50Hz
- Internet: 14 Mbps
- Best wireless: Etisalat
- Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere
- Tipping: Most restaurants will include taxes and a service charge on the bill. However, most people in Dubai also leave a small tip for the staff. The usual amount is between 10-15%, depending on how good you feel the service was.
- Apartment listings: Property Finder
- Apartments: Airbnb
- Hotels: Booking.com
- More hotels: Hotels.com
- Best taxi: Careem
- Best coworking space: Impact Hub
- Online electronics shop: Souq
- Best short-haul air carrier: Fly Dubai
- Best intl air carrier: Emirates
- Monthly costs for expat: $3000
- Monthly costs for family: $8300
- Monthly costs for local: $2400
- Meal: $9.5
- Small Cola: $1.1
- Beer 1 Pint: $10
- Coffee: $4.5
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