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A UK expat's guide to the UAE
Everyone will always have a long list of all the things they need to get done for work, all the errands they run and how stressed out they are. This will probably be shocking at first. Although weekends in a lot countries in the world take place on Saturday and Sunday, this is not the case in the UAE. Here, the working week starts on Sunday and weekends are on Friday and Saturday. This is because Friday is a holy day in Islam and people should not work on this day. Things like rent, groceries and bills can amount to surprisingly large amounts. This is a must.
United Arab Emirates is a nation of expats — in only about The majority of expats are Indians and Pakistanis, but the country is becoming increasingly popular with Brits. In recent years the numbers of UK expats moving to UEA have increased, and since more than 10, people a year have made the move.
Living in Dubai – The Expat’s Guide 2019
With ever-climbing skyscrapers, beautiful beaches and world-class attractions, Dubai is every bit as extraordinary as it sounds. In just a few decades, the once barren desert landscape has transformed into a thriving metropolis, drawing thousands of new residents and tourists from every corner of the globe. Year-round sunshine, a vibrant lifestyle and tax-free living make it easy to see why so many move to Dubai. From excellent healthcare to urban developments, world-class concerts to one-of-a-kind leisure activities, unbelievable shopping to unimaginably beautiful landscapes, Dubai does it all — bigger and better.