Saturday, November 17, 2018
“Parang ‘Pinas lang...”, is what a first time Filipino visitor would say when in Al Satwa. Satwa has grown to be a vibrant community which serves as a microcosm of Dubai’s multicultural society, but Pinoys have a special liking for...
The Lamborghini Urus has been unveiled in Dubai. Luxury SUVs are here to stay, clearly indicated by the entry of the legendary sports car maker into the segment. Customers have also clearly stated their preference with luxury SUVs poised to outsell...
This is a repost of the article of the same name on www.dubaiexpatblog.com We often talk about the most lucrative of job destinations when it comes to having a lavish work life with numerous prospects of professional growth. New York, London,...
This is a repost of the article of the same name on www.expatechodubai.com Driving in Dubai can be very daunting especially if you have come from a quieter city or suburban area. Below we have created a list of rules and tips...
This is a repost of the article of the same name on www.dubaiexpatblog.com Got a parking ticket or fined for a driving law violation? You can pay your traffic fines in Dubai without visiting the traffic department, unless you have been...
This is a repost of the article of the same name on www.expatwoman.com Planning a trip to Dubai? Here’s some answers to those important questions you might have Between the glitz and glam of the lavish lifestyles offered in Dubai, and the...
This is a repost of the article of the same name on www.emirateswoman.com by Author EMMA DAY You can now visit the world’s tallest hotel’s viewing deck—for a price. It scooped a Guinness World Record when it opened this month, claiming the...
This is a repost of the article of the same name on www.expatwoman.com Learning basic Arabic phrases while living in the UAE will help you in daily conversations and also show respect for the culture. The United Arab Emirates is a country...

DEWA Bill and Housing Fees

This is a repost of the article of the same name on www.expatechodubai.com For expatriates relocating to Dubai and living in freehold (owned) and non-freehold (rented) housing you will need to set-up an electric and water utility connection with DEWA (Dubai...

Transportation in Dubai

This is a repost of the article of the same name on www.expatechodubai.com There are numerous options for public transportation services and most of the drivers speak some English, but their language may be limited. It is therefore very important you...

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