One of the most popular tourist destinations today, United Arab Emirates or the UAE is geographically positioned between the East and the West.
This is reflected in the culture and rapidly developing economy of the country.
Formed from seven Emirates or Sheikhdoms – Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al Quwain and Ajman, the country’s population is just below 10 million of which at least three quarters are expatriates.
If Oman were to be summed up in one word, it would be ‘diverse’. Diversity reflects in its culture, people, architecture and most importantly, the terrain.
From the vast desert expanse, to the beautiful wadis, the lush green vegetation, the sparkling blue waters of the ocean and the rugged mountains, Oman truly is an experience for everyone. It boasts of a rich cultural heritage and history that dates back to the Stone Age.
An undiscovered treasure of heritage and history in Qatar makes it arguably one of the most experiential countries in the Middle East for Islamic culture.
From the elegant and extravagant capital city of Doha to the interiors, which offer an unmatched introduction to the Arab civilization, the country encompasses sophistication and localization with surprising ease.
Meaning ‘two seas’ in Arabic, Bahrain is an archipelago of 30 islands in the Persian Gulf and one of the earliest countries to convert to Islam.
The 4000 years of settlement are now exposed in rich archeological sites around the island, which is an amalgamation of historical remains and modernization illustrated through high-profile building projects.