• interview with Emma in Dubai

    Emma and her husband landed in Dubai since one year. Working in the airline industry, this Australian expat gives us her sincere testimony about a country in constant evolution.

  • World's biggest lantern festival Dubai

    The world’s biggest lantern and music festival, Rise, will make its global debut in Dubai from Las Vegas on Friday November 8.
    Artists playing at the festival include San Francisco-based producer Tyler Pixels and Australian singer-songwriter Ry Cuming, otherwise known as Ry X.

  • Abu Dhabi most cultural city

    Skyscanner ranks UAE capital second after Florence in Italy for offering arts and culture-filled holidays. Abu Dhabi has been named as one of the most cultural cities in the world in a list compiled by Skyscanner, the travel fare website.

  • Louvre Abu Dhabi exhibit Rembrandt and Vermeer

    The Louvre Abu Dhabi, the first museum to carry the name outside France, has announced that it will display works by the Dutch masters Rembrandt and Vermeer this month.

  • UAE expats career future in Dubai

    New research shows expats are increasingly looking to complete a full working career in the UAE and then retire elsewhere.

  • British travellers warn drinking alcohol on flights to Dubai

    British travellers have been warned that they are liable to arrest if they are found with alcohol in their blood when transiting through the United Arab Emirates. That means passengers who consume alcohol on flights to the UAE could face arrest when they land.

  • what not to do in Dubai tourist beach

    Visiting Dubai can be a perilous business, as Jamie Harron, a Briton arrested for public indecency three months ago, has discovered. According to him, it was a pure misunderstanding: he put his hand on someone to avoid spilling his drink whilst he squeezed through a crowded bar. But the furious complaint of the other man was enough for Harron to join the long list of travellers who have fallen foul of the laws and customs of a city that – for all its glitzy cosmopolitanism – is a fairly conservative, Muslim state. 

  • British travellers warned not to bring skincare or e-cigarette containing CBD oil UAE

    Tourists to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have been warned not to bring products containing CBD oil into the country. The UK’s Foreign Office (FCO) updated its guidance to the UAE to advise travellers that CBD, short for cannabidiol, is illegal in the UAE and should not be brought into the country.

  • Emirati reach international space station UAE

    An Emirati astronaut has made history as the first Arab to reach the International Space Station (ISS), after blasting off from Kazakhstan. The Russian spacecraft carrying Hazzaa al-Mansoori of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), who was accompanied by Russia’s Oleg Skripochka and NASA astronaut Jessica Meir, docked on Wednesday after a six-hour trip.

  • Expo 2020 Dubai world's greatest show

    Expo 2020 Dubai Higher Committee meets to confirm plans to hold largest event ever held in the Arab World are on track. The Expo 2020 Dubai Higher Committee, led by Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, has announced that it is on scheduled to deliver the “world’s greatest show”.

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