Tuesday, March 11, 2014
There are enough places in the world that are capable to provide luxury, fun, entertainment and adventure all along for their visitors , but Dubai is the only place that you can combine luxury and romance to last a lifetime. Dubai is the home of sand, sun and shopping mall where gleaming skyscrapers stand next to ancient mosques, golden souks and wind towers. Your honeymoon should be a reward for all the stresses raised by planning and organizing your happiness and fun wedding, as well as a break to enjoy your first moments as a married couple. Every couple has a common desire to make this event beautifully and memorable day for whole life. Most of the couples consider taking holiday break and plan a honeymoon trip to create beautiful memories of their married life. Very few people exactly know where they should go to have maximum fun and entertainment. Few couples love the luxury life style whereas others find adventure trips more suitable option to enjoy. Dubai is one of the city offers all this and many more.
Dubai is one of the perfect potential destinations for the honeymoon of your dreams. Dubai has world’s luxurious hotels and stunningshopping malls, water parks, waterfront resorts, exciting leisure and entertainment spots, golden souks and some other options like glittering man made beaches, internationally renowned nightclubs and golden deserts. By visiting souks you can crown your loved one with luxurious gold jewelry in the largest gold market in the world. Some of the hotels are parts of the sky scrapers that offer you a bird’s eye view of this stunning city. Dubai is world famous for its white sandy beaches and clear blue waters. Dubai has a strange and unique combination of deserts and beaches. If you are a nature lover and want to enjoy your honeymoon trip at a luxurious beach resort then Dubai can be the perfect destination for your honeymoon trip.
If you want to engage in some then you can enjoy diverse sand, air and water based adventure activities. Even ice skiing can be enjoyed at an indoor ski resort at Ski Dubai. Dubai is capable to satisfy the holiday needs of everyone. Don’t forget to get to the top of Dubai’s tallest building (Burj Khalifa) while you are in Dubai. With vibrant nightlife, wonderful beaches and the best water games, and shopping centers that gloat splendid attractions like indoor ski parks have made Dubai a heaven for holiday makers especially for honeymooners.
Dubai has the beachside luxury and urban opulence of a city that is used to providing visitors with everything they could wish for, making it a stunning honeymoon destination option. At the Dubai seashore with white sandy beaches you will find several added attractions like family picnic spots, eateries, playgrounds, areas for barbeque, skiing, surfing and more. For couples dinner on a Dhow Cruise is a good chance to celebrate their love. This is the right place where you can express yourself. Dubai cruise has been the favorite activity of people. For food lovers and being in Dubai it would be a great idea to join a Dubai Dhow Cruise journey over the dark rich water and enjoy the night beauty along with best world tours. During your honeymoon trip you can enjoy Dubai deserts adventures. The fun of travelling from Dubai to a huge deserted land can be breath taking. You would be amazed to see never ending dunes of sand across you, riding a camel, desert skiing and other natural roller coaster.
Monday, July 22, 2013
Planning a trip to UAE??? In addition to all those Visa requirements, there are many other things that you need to keep in mind while travelling in Middle East. Their society is considerably more formal and traditional than modern western societies. In fact, even those unfamiliar with the region know of the different code of etiquette followed in the society. In order to make your trip more comfortable and less troublesome, it is best to know of these differences beforehand and prepare for them ahead of the trip to avoid any future problems. Here are some tips regarding how to conduct yourself in the Middle Eastern society to get the maximum hospitality from your hosts:
Because of its diversely expatriate population, English in addition to Arabic is the most commonly spoken language in UAE. You may even hear snatches of Urdu, Hindi and Pashtu as well as various other dialects of Arabic.
In Middle East, communal eating is considered to be a sign of friendship. Also, it is best not eat with your left hand as it is considered to be unclean. In many places, it is considered polite to leave some food on the plate after eating. Do remember not to ask for any pork or pork products as Islam frowns upon the consumption of the same. Also, instead of asking for alcohol, accept the tea or coffee served to you by your hosts. This is because in UAE alcohol is only served in some restaurants and is not widely available as most observant Muslims do not drink or smoke.
Women travelers to UAE should keep in mind the stringent conditions placed by the Middle Eastern society on the fairer sex. Though they are not required to cover their heads or wear the traditional dresses as the locals do, they are required to dress appropriately and conservatively according to the society rules. Many a time while visiting a mosque, you shall be even asked to wear an abaya that shall be provided to you at the mosque itself in adherence to the Muslim tradition.
Always ask for permission before taking photographs of any religious place or military installation or evn any Middle Eastern person, especially women.
Dress modestly and keep both your feet on the floor as it is considered as an insult to show the bottom of your feet to another person. Also, try not to be intrusive and keep your talks to general topics only rather than asking about the spouse or other family members. Another thing that you need to keep in mind while meeting and greeting locals is not to shake hands. Few men indulge in handshakes while most women refrain from touching men who are not from the family. Instead they show their sincerity and happiness in simply putting their hands on their hearts. Men and women may hold hands but should only do so if they are married or related.
Though Islam is the official religion of UAE, the county recognizes other religions too. You can find quite a few Christian churches as well as Hindu temples in addition to the Islamic mosques in the country.
Middle Easterners are great people who love to meet and greet people and are quite social and personable people. They also love to know their guests and expect their guests to respect their culture too. The place is a treasure trove of various attractions and is a great place to enjoy some sun and sand. So happy travelling!!!