The sunny colors of Dubai
The sunny colors of Dubai
Duration: 5 days
The package includes: Air Ticket, Transfer, Visa, Hotel, Breakfast.
The price includes the equivalent of $ 440 per person in a double room
The price does not include excursions – about 100-120 dollars
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Dubai is the hottest place in the United Arab Emirates. This city, full of high-rise buildings and shopping malls, has become a place from the desert where tourists come for discounts, shine and family fun. Dubai is also famous for its attractions such as the Burj Khalifa (the tallest building in the world), shopping malls where you can see huge aquariums, indoor ski slopes.
But this city has a lot of important cultural monuments and places. Take a stroll through the Bastakia area, explore old Dubai, then sail on a traditional doho (Arabian ship) across the Gulf of Dubai, you will soon realize that there is more to see in this city than just its bright facade.
Dubai is located on the shores of the Persian Gulf in the United Arab Emirates և, generally at sea level (16 m or 52 m above sea level). The Emirate of Dubai shares its borders with Abu Dhabi in the south, Sharjah in the east, and Oman in the southeast. The small district of the Emirate of Hatta is surrounded on three sides by the Emirates of Oman (Ajman (west)) and the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah (north). In fact, Dubai is distinguished by its desert background, which has sand reservoirs and oases. In Dubai there are magnificent coastal islands, corals and salt marshes. You will be surprised to learn that there are also a number of mountains in Dubai that are located in the Gulf of Oman.
Islam is inextricably linked to the structure of UAE society. Muslims literally accept the Qur’an as the word of God, through which special moral principles related to all the problems of everyday life are passed down from generation to generation. That is why the book itself is highly respected, it needs to be treated with respect. Although the Muslim tradition in Dubai is the freest in its culture among Arab societies, it is no different.
For Muslims, the holy month of Ramadan is celebrated with prayer, fasting and almsgiving. As an Islamic country, the culture of Dubai is no different; many restaurants and cafes are closed during the day. Non-Muslims should not eat, drink or smoke in public places, but only in private or specially closed hotel restaurants.
Compared to its oil wealth, the UAE has a small population estimated at 2,624,000 in 1997. Until 1970, when the local population was very small (estimated at eighty-six thousand in 1961), the country did not have the technical skills needed for modern society. The trade in oil production led to an increase in diet, health, and living standards, which resulted in an increase in the number of foreign workers. The last factor was the dependence on emigrant labor; the UAE has become a multinational society; only 20% of the population is resident in the UAE. Because of all this, there was an unbalanced distribution of the population in favor of men. In 1997, there were 1,755,000 men and 869,000 women in Dubai.
About two-thirds of the immigrants are Asians, mostly from India, Pakistan, Iran, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and the Philippines. The rest are Arabs, Europeans and Americans.
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