The United Arab Emirates is extremely well known for its warm hospitality and rich cultural heritage.
The Emirati people are welcoming and generous in their approach to visitors.
With year-round sunshine, intriguing deserts, beautiful beaches, luxurious hotels and shopping malls, fascinating heritage attractions and a thriving business community, Dubai receives millions of leisure and business visitors each year from around the world.
There are so many expats here — a great community. In fact, that’s one of the things that makes Dubai a unique place to live: it’s a melting post of hundreds of different cultures from around the world because so many people move there.
The local currency is the dirham, which is pegged at AED 3.67 to 1 US dollar. Dubai is tolerant and cosmopolitan and all visitors are welcome.
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Why choose dubai:
1. Quality of living
Dubai remain top destinations in the Middle East for quality of living. While property rents and the overall cost of living can be on the higher side, living standards have increased considerably in recent years In the UAE, quality of living is taken seriously. As a result, a minister of state for happiness was appointed to oversee the creation of policies and legislations that not only promote happiness and positivity in the workplace, but also ensure that these virtues are part of people’s lifestyle.
2. Constant investment opportunities
Dubai is hosting the World Expo in 2020. The Expo is scheduled to begin in October 2020 and will welcome more than 180 nations and a global audience of 25 million visitors. The Expo’s popularity has driven Dubai’s real estate market on an upswing. Many off-plan projects are launching in preparation for the tourism influx from the Expo. This influx is expected to give a major boost to the local economy.
3. Fascinating Architecture
Dubai’s futuristic vision of becoming the world’s most modern city in a short span of time is inspiring. The most visible display is in Dubai’s architecture. The Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest skyscraper in the world, reaches 829.8 metres in height. Dubai seeks to surpass its Guinness World Record by constructing the Tower, an observation tower that will surpass the Burj Khalifa in height. The Tower’s height will be 928 metres tall, 100 metres higher than the Burj Khalifa. Its engineered design is different from traditional skyscrapers in the world. The structure will consist of a minaret shaped slim tower with lily flower patterns, securely anchored to the ground by sturdy cables. The Tower will have an oval-shaped observation deck, providing panoramic views of Dubai’s coastline.
4. Safe and Secure
Dubai is one of the safest places in the world. The World Economic Forum (WEF) revealed the United Arab Emirates is the third safest place in the world, with Qatar and Finland ranked 2nd and 1st. Travelling throughout Dubai is safe during any time of the day and night. Crime is rare and theft is extremely low. Do not panic if you accidentally leave your belongings in the open.
5. Tax-Free Salary
Dubai’s reputation as the land of opportunity for making money is motivating expats to move to Dubai. The tax-free salary system assists tremendously in affording Dubai’s living costs. With average salary rates increasing in Dubai, the tax-free system will continue to benefit workers in the Emirate. Although yes, recently taxes have been implemented such as the 5% VAT and Excise Taxes, but salaries are still left untouched.
6. The Best Shopping Malls
Dubai features high-end shopping malls, offerings endless fashion brands, gourmet restaurants and entertainment activities. The Dubai Mall features approximately 1,200 stores, an aquarium and an ice skating rink. The Mall of Emirates is another must-visit landmark in Dubai.