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Ultimate Dubai Layover Guide: Making The Most Of A Short Stay


Do you have a few hours or maybe a day or two of layover when passing through Dubai? Why not explore some of this unique city's offerings instead of only spending your time within the airport? Dubai is a fascinating stopover location via Emirates Airlines and many others with its ultra-modern architecture, rich cultural history, and extravagant attractions and services. You can make the most of your brief visit with our comprehensive layover guide for Dubai.

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Reduced Travel Time between Dubai and Sharjah by 40 Minutes

Dubai and Sharjah are two well-known cities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and are situated close to each other. For the longest time, the travel time between the two cities has been controversial for both locals and tourists. However, recent development has greatly shortened the travel time between Dubai and Sharjah, thus amplifying connectivity and convenience.

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Why You Should Not Miss The Glamorous Dhow Cruise Tour in Dubai

Dubai is a place where you can experience the complete and consummate mix of history, tradition, and modernism. A perfect example of this blend is the Dubai Dhow Cruise. Historically speaking, a Dhow is a boat, made of wood, which was used by the old fishing industry of Dubai. Gradually, as the city moved toward a modern way of living, Dhows ceased to exist - and as of now, the demand for dhows has gone down and been replaced by modern vessels.

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Travelling to the Middle East During Ramadan

If you are thinking of travelling to the Middle East anytime soon, then you will experience what is known as the month of Ramadan for our fellow Muslim brothers and sisters.

Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, which is a lunar calendar; meaning it rotates annually, and each new month is dependent on the sighting of the moon – meaning a month could last anywhere between 29 and 31 days.