Since Dubai is a destination centred around Islamic culture, there are a few untold rules you will have to follow during your visit. Here are a few things to know for a hassle-free trip in this part of the UAE.
Perfect time to visit
The weather in Dubai is hot and just gets hotter. But come October, the heat becomes milder, the air becomes cooler and the weather is just so enjoyable right up until April.
Checking for flights
The ticket prices are at their cheapest about 6 months ahead. If you don’t want to purchase your tickets just yet, it is always good to check up on prices and make comparisons.
Hotels like Avani Ibn Battuta Hotel Dubai are easily fully booked closer to peak-season. Therefore, it’s advisable to book your 4 star hotels in Dubai well ahead to avoid disappointment and be entitled to discounts.
Visiting during Ramadan
This is the holiest time of the year for the locals. The Muslims usually fast for most of the day and if you happen to be here during this period, you are expected to do the same. Well, not fast, but avoid eating, drinking water or smoking in front of them.