Historically. The staple food in UAE was dates and camel’s milk, but as technology, migration, and urbanization takes place, this has changed considerably. Today thin bread otherwise known as Lavash and rice are the most common foods in the country. Although dining rules are not so defined, meal times are primarily meant to socialize regardless of whether you are at a formal dinner I a five star or eating with your family. Tipping waiters and other servants are not compulsory, but it is a custom which always appreciated.
As you prepare to travel to UAE, you should know that the climate here is subtropical arid. The country has hot summers and warm winters. If you want to buy alcoholic drinks, you can get them dedicated retail stores or any licensed outlets such as nightclubs and restaurants. Standalone store like supermarkets is not allowed to sell alcoholic beverages.
The dress code is very modest; women particularly are not authorized to wear sleeveless tops that expose their shoulders. Note that you can wear your swimwear while at the beaches. The dress code is dedicated by Dubai’s criminal law.
Indians make up the largest number of expatriates. These Indians come from countries such as Pakistan, India Kerala. Since the country produces oil and gas, the prices of fuel here is relatively low. The state receives over 12 million tourists every year.
Although the population is composed of more men than women, the number of all university graduates is much higher for women than men. 70 percent of all graduates women and they are the majority of government jobs. UAE is home to some international universities including New York University and Massachusetts Institute of technology among other colleges.
Emiratis are known to have the highest income in the world with the revenues coming from oil. Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, and Dubai are the largest producers of Oil. The rest of the Emiratis benefit from oil revenue through government employment and federal welfare systems.