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Moving to the United Arab Emirates

Posted on by Clockwork.Removals

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The United Arab Emirates have a lot to offer and there is much more to these seven beautiful Emirates than the infamous glitz and glamour of Dubai. Head to the Hajjar Mountains in Ajman for a spot of hiking, discover the uninhabited islands around Umm al-Quwain’s Persian Gulf coastline and watch the famous tradition of raising Falcons in Ras al-Khaimah. There is so much to do and see in the UAE, no wonder it’s one of the most popular relocation destinations.

Here are some fast facts and go to if you are planning on moving to the Emirates.

Capital: Abu Dhabi.
Language: Arabic.
Population: 9,346,000.
President: Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Average Temperature Winter: 25°C.
Average Temperature Summer: 40°C.
Currency: Emirati Dirham (AED).
Flight time from the UK: 7 hours.
National Holiday: National Day on the 2nd December celebrates the day when the UAE gained formal nationalisation from the British Protectorate Treaties.
National Dish: Kabsa, a delicious mixed rice dish.
National Sport: Horse Racing.
National Anthem: Ishy Bilady.
Famous For: The Burj Al Arab’s iconic structure, luxurious 7 star status and whopping height (56 floors) make it one of the most famous and exclusive hotel’s on earth.

For more information on moving to the UAE get in touch with your local Clockwork team today on 0800 195 8671 or email us at international@clockworkremovals.co.uk

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