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Removals Finder offer a weekly removals and shipping service to Dubai and the UAE for commercial and private individuals. We also offer removals and shipping from Dubai to the UK. Part load or full load services as well as door to door excess baggage services to Dubai. Storage can also be arranged in the UK or Dubai.

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Our international removals team will assist in planning your relocation to Dubai with military precision and supply and help with the completion of all relevant customs documents. We allocate a personal move co-ordinator to every client who will help plan a full itinerary of your relocation based on your specific requirements and keep in regular communication at each step of your removal.

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Further Information on Moving to Dubai

Dubai is categorised as one of the fastest growing cities in the world. It has established a special place in most people’s hearts since time immemorial and today it stands tall as one of the flashiest and most lucrative tourism and business hubs. Join us as we take a virtual tour around this ‘Golden City.’ Dubai Lifestyle/Culture Dubai lifestyle and culture is unique and interesting. The society around here is predominantly Muslim. Due to the conservative nature of certain Islamic norms, travellers around this place are advised to avoid activities that would trigger controversies during their stay around here. In particular, one should: *Dress up decently at all times. Men should wear well fitting clothes that should neither be too revealing or transparent. Women should also avoid provocative forms of dressing. Dresses, shorts and skirts below knee length should not be worn in public. *Alcohol consumption, suggestive dancing and touching in public should be avoided. *Friday is a holy day around here. One must therefore respect this day. *During the holy month of Ramadhan, visitors around here are advised to avoid eating in public as a show of respect to the feelings of the locals. Islam culture is very accommodative and you can be sure to enjoy the friendliness and warmth of the people around here. Some of the well-known alluring festivals around this place (excluding Ramadhan and Eid-ul-Fitr) include; The Dubai Shopping Festival (January-February), Dubai Gold Festival (January) and Dubai Sports Festivals (February). Climate Dubai is located on the shores of the mighty Indian Ocean in a sub-tropical climate setting. During summers, the region is normally very humid and dry not to mention the extremely high temperature levels that can sometimes hit a high of 45 degrees. Most of the time, you can expect to find sunny conditions. Rarely will you ever find winters over here though at times the surrounding temperature levels may hit overnight lows of 14 degrees Celsius. Light showers are normally experienced between the months of December and March. This is the perfect time of the year to visit Dubai and the UAE in general. May, June, July and August are arguably the worst months (climate-wise) of the year due to the extreme temperature and humidity levels experienced then. Geography This desert resort boasts of a unique geography that makes it to stand out from other cities. It is one of the seven emirates that are listed under the dominion of the larger United Arab Emirates. With an approximate area of 4000 square kilometres, Dubai is the second largest of the seven emirates coming in after Abu Dhabi. It is found on the Persian Gulf with Abu Dhabi in the south, Sultanate of Oman to the southeast and Sharjah to the northeast. Most of Dubai is covered with sandy soil with white pebbles with its eastern side playing host to huge sand dunes. The coastal side is composed of sandy soils mainly consisting of shells and crushed coral. Palm vegetation, wild grass, date palm and desert hyacinth dot the area. Dubai is certainly one of the most promising cities of today. Be sure to soon plan your business and leisure trips to this fantastic place.
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