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10 Unknown Surprising Facts About UAE

10 Unknown Surprising Facts About UAE

Very young in age. Just like a slender young woman. Dreamy to the world. Incomparable to luxury, nobility. On the other hand, the perfect hide-out of the criminal world.

I’m talking about the name that comes to mind when you combine all the adjectives.

UAE or the United Arab Emirates. This country, made of a combination of abundant oil mines, abundance, and splendor, is like a dream light. Here is some unknown information from the UAE.

Read on to see if you knew it before!

1. This country of the Arab world has made its debut on the world map by uniting seven emirates. The country’s capital Abu Dhabi is the largest emirate. The capital occupies 6 percent of the total area of ​​the country. The smallest is Ajman, with an area of ​​only 259 km.

2. Although Abu Dhabi is the largest, Dubai is ahead of the UAE in terms of population. And who doesn’t know that Dubai is the world’s leading tourist destination in terms of popularity?

3. There are more foreigners in the country. The inhabitants of the Arab world are insignificant in number here. Surrounded by the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf in West Asia, 26.15 percent of the country’s population is Indian expatriates.

4. In the UAE, fleeing with dust in the eyes of the police is quite a difficult task. Danger if you think so. Because, Dubai Police has fast and furious cars like Lamborghini, Bentley, and Ferrari.

5. Need to buy a gift of 15 thousand US dollars for a housewife? No more time on hand? I don’t care. There are Gold ATMs in this country. Yes, that’s right- honey. When you put money in that ATM, you will find things like expensive jewelry and gold watches.

6. According to one of the top clerics in the Arab world, those living on the 70th floor of the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa, have to wait an extra 2-3 minutes during Ramadan for Iftar. Because, they see the sun high for a while.

7. The city of Masdar in Abu Dhabi is totally dependent on solar and other alternative energy. Private cars are banned in the city. The transportation system here is based on electric cars, refined cars, and private pod cars. Think about it, there is no smell of pollution.

8. Burj Khalifa was originally named Burj Dubai. But it was named after Sheikh Khalifa because Abu Dhabi helped build the building during the recession.

9. Abu Dhabi has the world’s largest indoor amusement park Ferrari World.

10. About 25 percent of the world’s working cranes can be seen in Dubai. This country is constantly under construction. There is no pause for improvement!

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