Quick Travelers’ Guide for Al Seef Dubai

Al Seef Dubai is one of the oldest tourist spots in the United Arab Emirates, particularly in the Dubai Creek area. Now, when we say “Seef,” it means “coast” or “shore” in the Gulf of Arabic. I would say that Al Seef Dubai is a perfect illustration of how Dubai transformed itself from an old... Continue Reading →

9 Fun Reasons to Visit Global Village

Great Saturday, Lounger! Today's blog is about one of the most stunning seasonal theme park in Dubai, UAE - Global Village. Global Village is located along Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road. The night gorgeous theme park is typically open from October to April, which is the best time to visit the United Arab Emirates in... Continue Reading →

6 Top Activities to do in Dubai Marina

One of the majestic and glamorous residential districts in Dubai, UAE, is Dubai Marina. It is the home of The Beach at Jumeirah Beach Residence. It has a mall packed with luxurious chain shops - Dubai Marina Mall. Dubai Marina is also home to several excellent choice restaurants. Here are the Six Top Activities to... Continue Reading →

My Kind of Road – E11 Dubai

Who does love heavy traffic? I bet no one except me if I am on my favorite road! Yes, it sounds crazy, I may be late at work or whatever, who cares? Lol. E11 Road in Dubai is my kind of Road. E11 is commonly known as Sheikh Zayed Road (SZR) is my favorite road... Continue Reading →

Secrets of Miracle Garden

Winter is coming and of course we are all excited to go out and embrace the first snow, first cold air breeze, experience outdoor activities and more! Now is a good time to plan for some new adventures for the next few months. I strongly recommend you experiencing a wonderful desert escapade in Dubai Miracle... Continue Reading →

15 Must-Know Words When in the Middle East

Communication, in my opinion, is a powerful tool for connecting with people. It can bring us closer together. I spent three years and counting in the Middle East as an ex-pat based in Dubai, UAE. At first, it was a challenge to communicate with people of different nationalities. Apart from Arabs, the majority are Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, and Nepalis. These nationalities have common words and phrases that bond them.

Deira Once My Second Home

Back in 2016 to 2018, I was based in Deira, Dubai UAE with my hubby. Deira is one of the most authentic Arabian places in the Middle East. Historically, Deira has been the commercial center of Dubai because it's in the border of Persian Gulf. It has a small port called Port Saeed along Deira's... Continue Reading →

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