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Nationals of countries requiring a prearranged UAE visa can now apply and pay for their visas online through The online visa application service is available for residents and nationals of many countries around the world. Find out if you can apply for a UAE visa.
Applicant's passports must have at least six months of validity as of their date of travel to Dubai, and must be machine-readable passports – handwritten passports are not accepted.

Quick UAE Visa Package options
  •  Applicable for all nationalities.
  •  Single Entry Visa
  •  Visa Validity: 60 Days
  •  Stay Validity: 30 Days
  •  Processing Time: 3-4 Days
  •  UAE Visa Charges: QAR 499 / Per Person
Booking Information for UAE Visa
To apply UAE visa online click this link and upload your documents. Confirmation: You will receive a UAE Visa application confirmation email and voucher instantly after booking. In the event that you do not receive an email from us, please check your Spam folder or notify us via email on or WhatsApp (+974) 5543 4313

Terms & Conditions:
  • Visa fees must be paid upon application.
  • Additional visa processing fees apply.
  • UAE visa fees are non‑refundable.
  • UAE visa processing time is approximately 3 to 4 working days.
  • Entry into the UAE is subject to immigration approval.
  • Passport must be valid for 6 months
  • All visas are valid to enter Dubai for 60 days from the date of issue, except the 96‑hour and
  • 48‑hour visas, which are valid for 30 days from the date of issue. Stay and visa validity
  • depends on which type of visa you got.
  • By paying the additional fees you can extend the visa validity by 30 days or 90 days.
Process to apply UAE visa
  1. Apply Online
  2. Upload your documents
  3. Pay visa fees
  4. Visa documents sent for processing
  5. Receive e-visa
  6. Print your visa and board the flight to UAE

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Best Time to Travel

November to February is considered to be the best time to visit this emirate, as temperatures are pleasant and there’s a buzz in the air with a range of events and activities from the Dubai Shopping and Food Festivals to the Dubai World Cup. 

What to Do

Dubai is one of the most happening place in there world. Tourist activities and locations increase dramatically in the last few years. Tourists doesn't want to spend leisure activities only in hotel they love to explore various places in UAE.

Downtown Dubai and Dubai Mall is one of the most visited places by UAE tourists and business travelers in the UAE. Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building also the major attraction of tourism in Dubai. People can take high speed lift to top of Burj Khalifa 124th floor for 360 degree view.


List of major attractions in Dubai
  •  Dubai Mall
  •  Downtown Dubai
  •  Burj Khalifa Observation Deck
  •  Dubai Fountain
  •  Souk Al Bahar
  •  Dubai Ice Rink
  •  KidZania
  •  Dubai Aquarium
  •  Wild Wadi
  •  Aquaventure
  •  Dolphin Bay
  •  Dubai Dophinarium
  •  Deira City Centre
  •  Mall of Emirates
  •  Fun City
  •  Ibn Battuta Mall
  •  Mirdif City Centre
  •  Wafi Mall
  •  Grand Megaplex Cinema Hall
  •  Reel Cinema, Dubai Mall
  •  Dubai Autodrome
  •  Indoor Ski Slope
  •  Bastakia Quarter
  •  Heritage and Diving Villages
  •  Dubai Museum
  •  Jumeirah Mosque
  •  Ain Dubai
  •  Al Barsha Pond Park
  •  Al Ittihad Park
  •  Al Mamzar Beach Park
  •  Al Qudra Cycle Track
  •  Al Qudra Lakes
  •  Bollywood Parks
  •  Burk Park
  •  Coca Cola Avenue
  •  Dubai Butterfly Garden
  •  Dubai Children City
  •  Dubai Creek Park
  •  Dubai Tennis Stadium
  •  Dubai Frame
  •  Dubai Garden Glow
  •  Dubai Ice Rink
  •  Dubai International Stadium
  •  Dubai Miracle Garden
  •  Dubai Opera
  •  Dubai World Trade Centre
  •  Etihad Museum
  •  Global Village
  •  IMG World of Adventure
  •  Jumeriah Beach Park
  •  Kite Beach
  •  La Mer
  •  Laguna Waterpark
  •  Legoland Dubai
  •  Motiongate
  •  Mushrif Park
  •  Quranic Park
  •  Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary
  •  Riverland
  •  Safa Park
  •  Seawings
  •  SEGA Republic
  •  Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House
  •  Ski Dubai
  •  The Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo
  •  The Green Planet
  •  The Lost Chambers Atlantis Aquarium
  •  The Waterfall
  •  XDubai Skatepark
  •  Zabeel Park


RTA is responsible for planning and providing the requirements of transport, roads & traffic in the Emirate of Dubai, and between Dubai and other Emirates of the UAE, neighboring countries in order to provide an effective & an integrated transport system. The Public Transport Agency provides public transport with a total of 1,616 buses. The PTA uses an expanded network of 119 internal lines, including 35 lines connecting to municipal stations, 12 city lines to transport passengers to other emirates, 62 internal lanes and 8 fast lines. 


Dubai also has an extensive taxi system, the most expensive way to travel around the Emirate. There are both government-operated and private cab companies. The Dubai Transport Corporations operates cream-color taxis, with different color tops representing different franchising companies operating under RTA regulations. 

Dubai Metro:

The Dubai Metro currently operates three lines. The construction contract for the project was given to Dubai Rapid Link (DURL),[7] a consortium led by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, in 2005. The construction of the red line began in September 2005 and the red line started operating on 9 September 2009, with its extension opened in 2010 and 2013. There are currently 31 stations on the red line. The construction of green line started in 2006 and the green line opened on 9 September 2011. There were initially 18 stations and two more stations were added in 2014. The Green Line runs from Etisalat to Creek and the Red Line from Rashidiya to Jebel Ali.


Dubai has a very large bus system run by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). The bus system has 193 routes on weekdays and transports over 30 million people weekly.[citation needed] The Public Transport bus system is large and advanced.


As of April 2008, there were two expected tram systems to be built in Dubai by 2011. The first is the Downtown Burj Dubai Tram System, and the second is the Dubai Tram.

The Downtown Burj Dubai Tram System is a 4.6 km (2.9 mi) tram service that is planned to serve the area around the Burj Khalifa.[11] Announced in April 2008 by Emaar, the Dh500 million system will have two separate lines. The first line, which is expected to open by the end of 2009, will run 1.1 kilometers (0.68 mi) from Dubai Metro's Burj Khalifa station to the Dubai Mall with one stop at The Address Dubai Mall. While this line will have trams running in both directions, the second line will only run in one direction. The second phase, expected to open in 2010, will serve ten stations. The 4.6 km loop will travel clockwise and will have a total travel time of eight minutes.

Ports and water travel:

Dubai is served by two large commercial ports, Port Rashid and Port Jebel Ali. Various cruise ships dock in Dubai. Dubai Creek and Port Saeed are used by local traders in dhows.

One of the more traditional means of getting across Dubai Creek between Bur Dubai and Deira is on abras, small boats that ferry passengers across the Creek between stations in Bastakiya and Bani Yas Road, for a nominal charge of 1 UAE dirhams. They can be rented, along with an operator, for 100 UAE dirhams, approximately US$27.