United Arab Emirates


“Dubai’s lure for tourists is based mainly on shopping, but also on its possession of other ancient and modern attractions. Dubai got ranked as the world’s 7th most visited city by international tourists that have visited Dubai according to the recently released list and survey of Euro monitor in 2018” – Wikipedia.

Tourists are required to obey some Muslim religious restrictions in public even if they are not Muslim themselves, such as refraining from eating or drinking in public places in the daytime during Ramadan fasting. In 2008 one Russian woman was put on trial for drinking juice in public during the month of Ramadan.

Dubai has a modest dress code as part of its criminal law. Sleeveless tops and short dresses may not be allowed at Dubai Mall. Clothes are advised to be in appropriate lengths.


Expats and tourists are not allowed to consume alcohol in public, besides licensed venues (such as bars and hotel restaurants) or private homes.

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United Arab Emirates

Visa Requirements

Visa required.

Languages spoken

Arabic, English, Hindi & Persian

Currency used

Emirati dhiram, USD

Area (km2)

4,114 km2