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If you are planning to make a trip to Dubai, I am sure the most worrisome thing that nags you is none other than the dressing style. Before you start fretting, ensure that you have researched about what is acceptable.
Accommodation for bachelors in Dubai is still a constraint in Dubai and it is governed by the Municipal bylaw stipulations. Bachelors are not allowed to share in residential areas in many parts of Dubai.
Though Al Qusais is considered as a residential and industrial area in the Deira area of East Dubai, it is yet to improve to accommodate to the needs of the residents and expats. If you travel to the far eastern Dubai and reach Al Qusais
International City is a themed architectural area in Dubai implemented with a vision to provide affordable but stylish living experience for many people who cherish the dream for a home in a much convenient location in Dubai.
Al Karama or Karama is a vibrant district in Dubai. It just seems similar to Bur Dubai with its low rise apartments. Karama is located in the older part of Dubai close to Dubai Creek and widely known for its residential apartments.
Bur Dubai, just like many other parts of Dubai, it is one among the historic district in Dubai on the western side of Dubai Creek. Bur Dubai, meaning mainland Dubai is home to a number of mosques including the Grand Mosque...
Sharjah is the third largest of the seven Emirates in UAE and shares the land on both Gulf of Oman and Persian Gulf Coast. Being adjacent to Dubai, and quite inexpensive, most of the working class prefer to stay in Sharjah,
Deira is the most popular area in Dubai, often talked in connection with bachelors. A place that is so lively with its nightlife restaurants, clubs, shopping malls, souks, Deira continues to lure bachelors.
Dubai has some of the best places in the world where you can pick a location to live in. This post shall help you find the best areas fulfilling your accommodation needs. Before you choose a location, it is better to consider your requirements.
Accommodations facilities in Dubai are aplenty. Even though the leasing prices did show a significant drop since the market crash of 2008, the property market gained momentum during last few years.