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United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates, or simply the Emirates, is a country in West Asia, in the Middle East. It is located at the eastern end of the Arabian Peninsula and shares borders with Oman and Saudi Arabia, while also having maritime borders in the Persian Gulf with Qatar and Iran.


Domestic and International Air Connectivity:

These airports offer both domestic and international air connectivity. Suvarnabhumi Airport is the primary gateway for international travelers.

Airports Facilities:

Both Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang airports offer a wide range of facilities, including shopping, dining, lounges, and car rental services.

Tourist Attractions:

–  Burj Khalifa: The world’s tallest building in Dubai.
–   Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque: A magnificent mosque in Abu Dhabi.
–   Palm Jumeirah: A man-made island with luxury resorts.
–   Dubai Mall: A massive shopping and entertainment complex.


Try Emirati dishes like Al Harees, Shawarma, Falafel, and Luqaimat (sweet dumplings).

Cultural Activities:

Visit traditional souks (markets) like the Gold Souk in Dubai. Experience traditional dance and music performances. Explore heritage villages showcasing Bedouin culture.


3-star: Options include hotels like Premier Inn Dubai International Airport.
4-star: Consider hotels like Millennium Central Downtown in Dubai.
5-star: Luxury hotels like Burj Al Arab in Dubai and Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi.

Transport Connectivity:

The UAE has a well-developed road network, and cities are connected by highways. Dubai and Abu Dhabi also have modern metro systems. Rail transport is in development.


Approximately 10.5 million.


Predominantly Islam, with a significant expatriate population practicing various faiths.

Languages Spoken:

Arabic is the official language, but English is widely used, especially in business and tourism.


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