Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Dubai return!




It’s very clean, at least in the areas tourists go to. It’s friendly and safe. And most important, no corruption at any level. No paying of bribes to anyone..... 

If you wish to be happy or wealthy, Dubai is the place to be. I have been there a few times. Me, happy? Yes. Wealthy? No! Most middle and upper-middleclass Indians like Dubai. It’s the quality of life, hospitality and food that has much to do with it. Many Indians see it as an Indian city that ought to be; as something that should exist in India but does not. So many affluent Indians love Dubai, flying across the sea often.



It’s very clean, at least in the areas tourists go to. It’s friendly and safe. And most important, no corruption at any level. No paying of bribes to anyone. Everything is relatively easy to accomplish. Dubai lets you do the things you can’t do or dare to do in India; and best thing is you never feel awkward about it.


There are tall towers as if competing with each other, colourful lights, neons, range of luxury cars, glitz and glamour. Dubai has the best malls. One can get lost in Dubai Mall, with an indoor ski slope, near Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. Here you can get everything and every brand you can imagine, from clothes, cars, gadgets, gold to footwear. It’s readily available. The hotels are world class and the food is excellent, especially for non-vegetarians.





You will be surprised to note that as a first-world city run by third-world people, most of whom, are Indians and Pakistanis, make it an exhilarating destination. The city attracts people from all over the globe making it a truly international city.

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Hawa Mahal in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
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