On the last Saturday of March all roads in UAE leads to Meydan. It is the annual Dubai World Cup horse race at the iconic Meydan race course. This social event attracting over 50,000 spectators each year is organised by Emirates Horse Racing Authority. The first Dubai world cup was inaugurated by ruler of Dubai, HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 1996.
National Identity card or Emirates ID is very essential in the day to day life in UAE, especially when it comes to matters related to government and attaining their services. It is issued by the Emirates Identity authority (EIDA)(EIA) and it is necessary that all UAE citizens and residents are expected to obtain it.
Smooth well maintained roads though there is traffic – Dubai has always been a driver’s paradise. You will definitely feel like owning a car in Dubai because of its world class roads and availability of good cars. All top manufacturers of the world are there to entice the customers and hook them up for a deal. A second hand car sale is also a robust business and many are opting for it.
Like we all know, dolphins are the most loved sea mammals in the world and here you get a chance to get entertained by these lovely creatures at the Dubai Dolphinarium! The Dubai Dolphinarium is an endeavour by the government of Dubai aimed to make available a remarkable amusement ambience for the public.
Your daily life is now associated with different cards these days – Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Privilege Cards and the list goes on. E-gate card is another such one which helps in reducing your time spend in Queuing considerably. It is a credit card used in union with your finger prints to make your exit and leaving UAE easier, by just a swipe and at the e-gate and a touch at the panel to match your fingerprint and you are in saving your precious time.
Letters are the only way of communication in the earlier times. Now there are a number of means of communications developed like email, chat, social networking and mobiles. Let’s discuss about the P.O box (postal box) in Dubai. P.O boxes are mostly seen in the post office itself or near to the post office. It is also known as a mailbox.
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