Dubai- Packages

Dubai

Currency:

Dirham 

1 United Arab Emirates Dirham equals
18.35 Indian Rupee

Temperature:

Jan: 19
Feb: 20
Mar: 23
Apr: 26
May: 31
Jun: 33
Jul: 35
Aug: 36
Sep: 33
Oct: : 29
Nov: 23
Dec: 25

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General Information:

United Arab Emirates is a federation of seven provinces namely Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al-Quwain, Fujairah, Ra’s Al-Khaimah. Abu Dhabi is the wealthiest and also the capital city.The federal system of UAE government includes a Supreme Council, Council of Ministers, Federal National Council and a Federal Supreme Court. The Supreme Council consists of the rulers of all the provinces. The current president of UAE is the ruler of Abu Dhabi, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.  The official religion practiced here is Islam. The official language is Arabic but English is widely used.

All provinces in UAE majorly rely on oil reserves when it comes to economy. But Dubai is an exception.  Dubai gets its share from Tourism. It is the top tourism destination in the Middle East. Dubai International Airport is the world’s busiest airport. Flights from Ahmedabad and Mumbai reach this busy airport on regular basis.

Geography:

One of the most fascinating geographical aspects of Dubai, is its Creek, which divides the city into two regions. Dubai Creek is made up of a natural 9.5 mile inlet in the Persian Gulf, around which the city’s trade developed. North of the Creek is called Deira, and Bur Dubai refers to the south where it joins the tourist and residential developments of Jumeirah along the coast.

Dubai also has the highest population, sharing its borders with Abu Dhabi in the south, Sharjah in the northeast and the Sultanate of Oman in the southeast.

Due to the city’s unique geographical location it enjoys a strategic position which allows it to connect to all local Gulf States, as well as to East Africa and South Asia.

History And Culture:

The stories of the land of UAE go long back to almost over a 100,000 years. Evidence from the Hajjar Mountains imply that this land had was one of the reasons behind the migration of humans from Africa to Asia. But it is believed that humans started living here some 7500 years ago. The use of copper of the Hajjar Mountains and agriculture facilitated trade and thus supported life in this part of the world. Seafaring people from across the world came to this land in olden days. Around the first century AD, pearls were discovered from the Sea and later this business reached its height.

From 630 AD the spread of the Islam started here. In the sixteenth century, the Portuguese managed to establish regional supremacy in this land which caused many blood feuds for the residents. This resulted to the entrance of British people. The main purpose of the British was to govern the maritime trade between India and the Gulf. This was the time when the villages of Liwa started witnessing social and economic activity. By the 1790s, development of the town Abu Dhabi had started and so the Sheikhs of several villages including the Al Nahyan family moved here. In the 1820s the British signed various agreements with all the Sheikhs. This resulted in the areas being known as the “Trucial States”.

The pearling industry was the main provider of trade during the nineteenth and the early twentieth century. This acted as the source of livelihood to many Arabic people. Unfortunately, the pearling industry saw depression during the First World War and then it’s faced a low as the Japanese came up with artificial pearling industry. It faced its lowest time after the Second World War when the Indian Government started levying heavy taxes on the trade of pearls from the Gulf. This was when the young Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan took the lead to develop the Oil industry in the Gulf region. In 1946, the Sheikh was made the representative of the rulers of Abu Dhabi and the eastern regions and thus started the development of the “Trucial States”.

In 1968, the British announced their departure. And Sheikh Zayed immediately started negotiating an agreement between the Emirates. This resulted in the birth of a federation known as United Arab Emirates on 2nd December 1971 which included six Emirates. Later in 1972 the seventh Emirate Ra’s Al-Khaimah was added.

Best Places To Visit:

1. Burj Khalifa
2. Sheikh Zayed Mosque
3. Hajjar Mountain
4. Sharjah Art Museum
5. Jumeirah Beach
6. Global Village
7. Dubai Miracle Garden
8. Palm Jumeirah
9. Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo
10. IBN Battuta Mall

What to do:

  • Visit Sights & Landmarks
  • Go back in the ancient history and heritage tour
  • Experience the Music, Theater
  • Go for shop in market
  • Get a tan at one of the beaches
  • Cruises, Sailing & Water Tour
  • Visit Mountain and Musems

Best time to visit: 

The best time to visit Dubai is during their winter starting from October end till April.

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