Repeatedly voted the world's most luxurious hotel, this stunning destination offers you the finest service and experiences throughout - right down to an optional chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce, helicopter trips from an iconic helipad, private beach access, a breathtaking terrace with pools and cabanas.

The Burj Al Arab is a luxury hotel located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is the third tallest hotel in the world. Burj Al Arab stands on an artificial island from Jumeirah Beach. The shape of the structure is designed to resemble the sail of a ship. It has a helipad near the roof at a height of 210 m (689 ft) above ground.

Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world, and the magnificent centerpiece of Downtown Dubai, a new, world-class destination. It has the highest number of habitable floors which is 160. Burj Khalifa is inaugurated on 4th January 2010. Burj Dubai renamed Burj Khalifa in honor of the President of the UAE and ruler of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan.

Burj Khalifa is giving an opportunity to thrilling experience of a lifetime as high-speed elevators will provide you a spectacular view of Downtown Dubai.  Burj Khalifa contains the world’s highest observation decks on levels 148, 125 & 124.  At level 122 located the famous dining restaurant Atmosphere Restaurant. 

Burj Khalifa is having 900 Burj Khalifa Residences, 37 office floor (Corporate Suites),   Armani Hotel (160 guest rooms & suites), Armani Residence (144 Private Residences),  11 Hectares Park, 6 Water Features,  3000 underground parking spaces, Clubs.

This success was not based on oil reserves, but on reserves of human talent, ingenuity and initiative. Burj Khalifa embodies that vision.

U.A.E (United Arab Emirates)

The United Arab Emirates has consisted of seven Emirates, which occupy the southeastern corner of the Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf. UAE contains Seven Emirates: Abu Dhabi (capital), Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah with approximately land space 83600 sq. km with a population of approx. 9.2million out of which 1.4million are local Emiratis.

Islam is the official religion and Arabic is the official language of the UAE.

The traditional dress of UAE is KANDORA for men and ABAYA for women.

  • Location

The U.A.E. is positioned in the Middle East, a recognized geographical region of southwestern Asia. The U.A.E. is bordered by the countries of Oman and Saudi Arabia, as well as the Persian Gulf.

  • Currency

The local currency in UAE is Dirham- 1 DHS = 100 fils; 1 US $= 3.67 DHS

  • Car rentals

There are car rental offices in each of the Emirates offering all types and sizes of cars. Cars can either be rented self-driven or with driver. Rates vary but are around Dh 120 a day for a small car and up to Dh. 1000 a day for a chauffeur-driven limousine.

  • Transportation

A taxi is a common form of transport as well as Metro & Bus are the convenient and cheap option as well. In ancient times, water transport & camel were mostly used due to lack of facilities and now UAE has all possible transport which makes commuters easy travel.

  • Water

Usually, drinking water available is more expensive compared to petrol and Bottled water sourced from untouched glaciers far away can come with a heftier price tag compared to the regular ones we source locally

  • Shopping-Business hours

Shops are generally open from 10 am to 10 PM from Sun-Sat. Only on Friday, the holy day shops do not generally open until 2.00 PM or later due to prayer timing.

  • Clothing

Local dress for both men and women loosely covers the head, arms, and legs. Fabrics are lightweight and of natural fibers. There are no restrictions on a dress code for visitors.

  • Travel Advisory

United Arab Emirates (Dubai) is the safest country in the world even though it is regionally located in the Middle East since 1970 it is a NEUTRAL country that has no disputes with any nation or country.It is the only country in the world that is peaceful from all aspects. The main factor is a tight security and the people who live in it respect the country rules.

In UAE there are 70% expats who have investments, businesses, and employment. The local Emiratis are kind and polite who helps you set up your business and achieve goals.

In UAE, you can find people with multi-cultured, multi-national. It is the only country that has no religion criticism and it’s a free country. Everybody is welcome in this country.

Dubai was famous for Oil Production in the past but now totally turned over to a Tourist Spot, UAE has beautiful white sandy beaches that attract the Tourists.

  • Emirate of Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is the largest emirate- ruled by the Al Nahyan family. It occupies 67,340 square kilometers or 81% of the total area of the country. The emirate is primarily a vast desert area with about two dozen islands in the coastal waters, including the island where the city of Abu Dhabi is located, plus six sizeable islands further out in the Arabian Gulf. The population of the emirate is concentrated in three areas: the capital city, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, which is an oasis city located near the Hajar Mountains; and the villages of the Liwa oasis. Traditionally, the population along the coast relied on fishing and pearling for their livelihood, whilst those in the hinterland relied on date plantations and camel herding. Through remarkable leadership and personal commitment, His Highness late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan has developed Abu Dhabi into an influential, fully modernized state, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan is the current ruler of Abu Dhabi and UAE current president.

  • Emirate of Dubai

Dubai, the second largest of the seven emirates, is ruled by Al Maktoum family. It occupies an area of approximately 3,900 kilometers, which includes a small enclave called Hatta, situated close to Oman, amongst the Hajar Mountains. Dubai is located along the creek, a natural harbor, which traditionally provided the basis of the trading industry. Pearling and fishing were the main sources of income for the people of Dubai. Under the wise leadership of its rulers, Dubai's focus on trade and industry transformed it into the leading trading port along the southern gulf. His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the current ruler of Dubai.             

  • Emirates of Sharjah

Sharjah, which shares its southern border with Dubai, is ruled by Al Qasimi family. It is approximately 2,600 square kilometers and is the only emirate to have coastlines on both the Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. In the nineteenth century, the town of Sharjah was the leading port in the lower Gulf. Produce from the interior of Oman, India and Persia arrived there. Sharjah's salt mines meant that salt constituted an important part of its export business, along with pearls. In the 1930s when the pearling industry declined and trade decreased due to the creek sitting up, Imperial Airways' flying boats set up a staging post for flights in route to India, which benefited the residents of Sharjah. Today, under the leadership of Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Sharjah is the cultural and educational center of the UAE and takes pride in preserving the country's cultural heritage as well as promoting Arab culture and traditions.

  • Emirate of Ajman

Ajman is the smallest emirate, comprising only 260 square kilometers. It is ruled by Al Nuami family. Surrounded mostly by the emirate of Sharjah, Ajman also possesses the small enclaves of Manama and Musfut in the Hajar Mountains. Along the creek dhow building was the specialized trade. Fishing and date trees provided the local population with their primary means of sustenance. Ajman benefited greatly from the union of the Emirates, a fact that is reflected today in their stately buildings and infrastructure. Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuami has been the ruler since 1981.         

  • Emirate of Umm Al Qaiwain

Umm Al Qaiwain is ruled by Al Mualla family. It is the second smallest emirate, with a total area of around 770 square kilometers. Positioned between the emirates of Sharjah and Ajman to the south and Ras Al Khaimah to the north, Umm Al Qaiwain has the smallest population. Fishing is the local population's primary means of income. Date farming also plays a significant role in the economy. After the union of the Emirates in 1971 Umm Al Qaiwain developed into a modern state and continues to progress under its present ruler, Sheikh Saud Bin Rashid Al Mualla.           

  • Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah

Ras Al Khaimah, the most northerly emirate, is ruled by another branch of Al Qasimi family. It covers an area of 1,700 square kilometers. Thanks to the run-off water from the Hajar Mountains, Ras Al Khaimah has a unique abundance of flora, so it is no surprise that agriculture is important to the local economy. The emirate also benefits from its stone quarries, and fishing, which is plentiful in the rich waters of the Gulf. The city of Ras Al Khaimah, situated on an inlet, has a rich history. It was renowned for its prosperous port and for its exquisite pearls, which were famous as being the whitest and roundest available anywhere. Ras Al Khaimah's current ruler is Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi.           

  • Emirate of Fujairah

The only emirate without a coastline on the Arabian Gulf is Fujairah, which is ruled by Al Sharqi family. Situated along the coast of the Gulf of Oman, Fujairah covers about 1,300 square kilometers. Unlike other emirates, where the desert forms a large part of the terrain, mountains and plains are its predominant features. Fujairah's economy is based on fishing and agriculture. Like Ras Al Khaimah, the land in Fujairah is irrigated by rainwater from the Hajar Mountains, making it ideal for farming. Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi is the present ruler.