Belonging to the Emirates family, Dubai is the most liberal and easy going city. It is very tolerant and is the right destination for people keen on elements of real fun and excitement.
While being so advanced, the city has its own rules and regulations that must be followed. These rules are set because the natives may feel offended and you, as a tourist, wouldn’t want anyone to feel so. Some simple tips and points will let you have the best time on a Dubai City tour.
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Right Time to Plan a Vacation
Just the right time phase to plan your visit to Dubai is from November – April. This is because the weather during this time is pleasant. Dubai turns in to a real hot oven and temperature rises up to as high as 48 degrees Celsius.
The holy month of Ramadhan is fine, provided you wish to experience the traditional Islamic life and culture. However, if you are the kind who is keen over real variety in terms of the following:-
- Belly dance
Ramadhan month is not advised for you.
There are numerous varieties for you to indulge yourself in if you are a big time sports buff, such as:-
- Rugby Sevens
- Desert classic
- Dubai Tennis Championship
Whether you are in teens or an oldie, there is something or the other for you to do. As it is said about Dubai, there is something for each one. There are destinations that kids may simply enjoy and have a blast at. They are:-
- Amusement parks
- Theme parks
- Green areas
- Swimming pools
As cherry on the cake, there are hotels that offer variety in food items for kids. They have provisions for baby sitting, as well.
Women are perfectly safe in this city. They are free to drive (unlike many Muslim countries/ cities), work, and have a lifestyle that is liberal in true sense. While traveling to this city, remember, the city is still a traditional one as well as conservative. It is recommended for you to stay either in a four star or a five star hotel.
Dubai is slightly different when compared to many other developed states of the world. For instance, women are treated on priority at banks, police stations and post offices, but if they initiate a hand shake, local men there are not very comfortable with this.
Films for cameras are easily available. The processing and other such facilities are readily available too. The sights you should not take photographs of are:-
- Telecommunication equipment
- Government buildings
- Muslim women
Being slightly cautious about the dos and don’ts will fetch you memories that are brilliantly awesome. So make a note of the things mentioned here and have a blast at the city, which is meant for you to spend some quality time.