Trip Planning FAQs
What are the best scenic spots to visit in the UAE?
The UAE is a federation of seven emirates - Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al-Quwain, Fujairah and Ras Al Khaimah. The most popular tourist cities are Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.
Dubai: Dubai Desert Safari, Burj Khalifa, Old/New City Tours, Dubai Mall，Water Parks, Camel Rides, Marina Dinner Cruise.
Abu Dhabi: Sheikh Zayed Mosque, The Corniche, Emirates Palace, Etihad Towers, Marina Mall, Louvre Abu Dhabi and Ferrari World.
Sharjah: Islamic Civilization Museum, King Faisal Mosque, Al Noor Mosque, Souk Al Arsa and Souk Al Markazi.
Are there any unique activities in Dubai?
If you are looking for something more extraordinary, the below activities are very popular in Dubai. Meanwhile, our UAE holiday packages can be customized to meet your particular interests.
• Scenic Helicopter Flight
• Desert Hot Air Balloon
• Seaplane Flight over The Plam
• Luxury Yacht Ride
• Quad Biking Safari
• Dinner in the SKY Dubai
Tourists can enter the UAE by air, sea and land. The UAE is well-connected by major airlines of the world, and the cities of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah have the major international airports. If you travel by cruise (sea), you can arrive into the UAE through the Abu Dhabi Cruise Terminal, the Dubai Port Mina Rashid, the Sharjah Port Khalid or the Ras Al Khaimah Port. It is also possible to drive into the UAE from the neighboring countries like Oman and Saudi Arabia with an international driving permit and other required documents.
How to apply for the UAE transit visa?
There are two types of transit visas in the UAE, one for 48 hours and the other for 96 hours. The 48 hours transit visa is free of charge while the 96 hours transit visa costs a fee of AED50. You need to apply for it online though a UAE-based airline like Etihad Airways or Emirates Airlines. Kindly note that the transit visa cannot be prolonged.
Where can I exchange money in the UAE?
You can exchange money in hotels, ATMs and any of the licensed money exchange centers at airports, shopping malls and public markets. Besides cash, credit cards, debit cards and traveler's checks (US Dollars and UK pounds are recommended) are widely accepted in the UAE.