The UAE is made up of seven emirate states that include the popular Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Rather than standing as single cities, the seven cities act as independent city-states. Nothing more than a series of sand dunes a hundred years ago, The UAE has developed rapidly, with Dubai by far and away the most progressive, modern and luxurious emirate in the UAE.
Our Travel Managers would suggest that regardless of whether you are looking to travel for business or pleasure, the UAE has plenty to offer.
With an arid, sub-tropical climate, make no mistakes, UAE is for people who love the warm weather. With a very hot, humid summer (where temperatures average at around 42 degrees during the day, and 28 at night), and spring and autumn that are also relatively hot (temperatures start at around 25 degrees and go into the 40s).
The Emirates are also known for their stunning beaches, where water temperatures reach highs of 37 degrees.
One of UAE’s largest selling points is its tourism offering – particularly in Dubai. With incredible 21st century trail-blazing sky scrapers like the Burj Khalifa and the Burj Al Arab, incredible leisure experiences at the Mall of the Emirates, and adventure and discovery at the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo or Wild Wadi Water Park, there’s nowhere on Earth with as much to see and do in a single day.
If you are travelling to the UAE and need advice or assistance to arrange your itinerary contact Simplexity’s Travel Managers today. You can call 0203 535 9290 or email us at email@example.com.
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