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Dubai Nightlife at a glance:

Trade Centre Road, Bur Dubai
President Hotel
Dubai, Dubai
60772 +971 4 334 6565
Fax: +971 4 336 8915

Cafe Havana:
Tel: 04 295 5238 (info)  " The city centre's most popular café, this sprawling stylish place provides a rare chance for visitors to hang out with the local Emirati guys who kick back here for hours."

Tehran By Night Restaurant and Night Club


Kaz Bar

Marine's Club:

Royal Mirage hotel :

360 Degrees

PO Box 23215
Dubai U.A.E.  Tel: 971-4-366-5646   Fax: 971-4-366-5650
Dubai, the first city around the world to open a second home for the menehune's: Trader Vic's Souk Madinat Jumeirah, open since September 9, 2004. .


Haifa [ Hayfa ] Wehbe
According to CD Sales she's # 1

Dubai's Cultural Traits in NightLife activities.


Shisha pipe full of apple tobacco.


Arabic coffee: Arabic coffee is similar to espresso in strength but still uniquely different from it in flavor and aroma. The flavor of it may vary slightly because of various spices added to it like cardamom (the most common spice used), or ginger. However, the preparation and serving of coffee is still generally the same across the Arab world. In virtually any Arab country and Arab home, the ritual of coffee making and serving is a sign that a guest is welcomed and honored. The basic ritual has not changed much over time or geographical locations.

Arab Traditionals:

Smoke Bars.

Arab Restaurants:


Al Dawaar Restaurant
Hyatt Regency Dubai, P.O. Box 5588
Tel: +  971 (0) 4 209 12 34 Fax: + 971 (0) 4 209 12 35

Al Khayma  Dubai Marine Beach Resort & SPA Tel : + 971 (0) 4 346 11 11

Brasserie Le Royal Meridien Hotel
Tel : +971 (0 )4 391 53 90 

Foodlands Restaurant  PO Box 7832 Tel : + 971 (0) 4 268 33 11 Fax : + 971 (0) 4 265 13 76

Fountain  Movenpick Bur Dubai
Tel : +971 (0) 4 336 6000

Fakhreldin Movenpick Bur Dubai Tel : +971 (0)4 336 6000

Shebestan Intercontinental Dubai Tel : + 971 (0) 4 222 71 71

Tagine & The Rotisserie One & Only royal Mirage Tel : +971 (0) 4 399 99 99


Chicken Majboos: Arabic food can be spicy (hot) but is mostly a combination of healthy fresh foods and mouthwateringly tasty ones. For this dish, the chicken is cooked separately then the rice is served in large amount with the chicken pieces after being browned. Preferably eaten during lunch or dinner.

Slide Shows:

Merim and Ortwin Oberhauser's Dubai nightlife set.


Dubai Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC Inter - City Blogging program.

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French Fashion University Esmod
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Dubai Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC is an Inter - City Cultural Communications web site program between the cities of Dubai, U.A.E., and Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.  All too often when an Arab city like Dubai makes A major accomblishment, lets say 
 developing itself as a very modern and sophisticate urban center, both Americans and Europeans often equate it in more Euro-Centric or American terms. Asians would likewise equate it along with developments in both Shanghai, or Tokyo.   However, being aware of central cultural truths about the heritage of the Arab nation would immediate suggest its all Arab. Why? When London and Paris were insignificant towns, there were several more advanced cities within the Arab world, along with public street lights for example.
Thus to you left you will see a very modern technique in urban development known as terraforming.  Both the Dutch, Japanese, The Floridian Keys, Bahamas, and Shanghai have all use this technique.  Dubai has used it to augment a wider concept in Urban planning.
But this is nothing when compared to the following.

Left: The National Geographic Video [ 12:15 Minuets ][]Right: Haifa [ Hayfa ] Wehbe " Ana Hayfa " ( I'm Hayfa )

washington dc nightlife lips magazine reporting in.  washington dc nightlife models too

First Below Sea Level Hotel and Resort Complex


Under sea level?
With the following efforts now underway innovations in both very highly advanced construction techniques and auqa-architecture designs, the impact upon entertainment is to be, as the reports have indicated, are going to follow where the people are.  That means that Dubai is similarly giving birth to undersea nightlife concerts and entertainment features.

In the age of anxieties of global warming comes this exciting bit of news.  Dubai is going to have the first below sea level resort hotel complex.  According to:
The Hydropolis Undersea Resort hotel in Dubai will be the first underwater luxury hotel. Wait, that can't be true the Posedion Undersea resort is also another one in the Bahamas, and according to reports right after the Dubai openning.


As you can see, as reflected in the contemporary trends of urban development, this is breath-taking indeed. Dubai now has the imagination and the will and valuable resources to follow up to produce architectual wonders of the world.  Both above sea level, and possibly more important, below sea level.
Entertainment note:  It was in Silver Springs, Florida the first attemps of water ballet were developed during the 50s.  More importantly, Esther Williams in her various Agua - Movies likewise worked to create new acts emerging out of some of the largest swimming pools Hollywood could construct.
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Dubai, United Arab Republic, Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC  this is your social calendar in which you can place those weekly - ongoing - events which are sponsored by existing organizations. The application to post these events are also included on this site. 

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Welcome to 3rd Seafood Expo 2009- DUBAI

Dear Prospective businessman & Seafood Industry Professional:

After delivering phenomenal success & receiving fabulous response from both exhibitors & visitors for the previous show, Orange Fairs & Events is proud to announce the 'next' edition of DISF 2009: 3rd Seafood Expo 2009 - DUBAI, which will be held from 12 - 14 Oct., 2009, Madinat Jumeirah - DUBAI

We take the opportunity and most cordially invite you and your esteemed organization to take part in 3rd Seafood Expo 2009, scheduled to be held from 12 -14 Oct, 2009 at Madinat Jumeirah - DUBAI, UAE.

Dubai Round Up:


Dubai World Central to go live in 2010, says HH Sheikh Ahmed

The Dubai Government's single largest urban land development project, Dubai World Central (DWC) will go live in its first phase of operation when DWC-Al Maktoum International Airport opens in June 2010, said His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman, Dubai Aviation City Corporation.


His statement came prior to this year's edition of the Airport Show being held from May 19-21 at Dubai Airport Expo which is expected to throw the spotlight on the region's ongoing Dhs220bn airport infrastructure investment.

'Our vision for Dubai is to be an unparalleled global commercial, trade and transportation hub with a unique integrated multi-modal logistics platform in DWC which will change all known air, land and sea transportation parameters,'

said HH Sheikh Ahmed.

'At the core of this airport city will be the world's largest airport, DWC-Al Maktoum International, which once operational next year will not only draw business and trade to it but also create huge residential and commercial opportunities. While we have extended the opening date of the project to accommodate all related construction, licensing and regulatory standards, we have not lost sight of the long-term vision of Dubai's most strategically important infrastructure development which is designed to support Dubai's aviation, tourism, commercial and logistics requirements until 2050 and beyond,' he added.

Dubai Aviation City Corporation incorporates both Dubai World Central and Dubai Airports Company.

Meanwhile, Dubai Logistics City (DLC), a core component of DWC's multi-modal proposition, has begun licensing completed warehouses and logistics offices and handing over facilities to tenants to commence operations on-site.

At the airport, the construction of the first of its 16 cargo terminals has been completed, well on its way to achieving the project's ultimate goal of having an annual cargo capacity of 12 million tonnes. With a capacity of 200,000 tonnes and spread over 41,000 square metres of built up area, the terminal's capacity can be expanded to 600,000 tonnes, if required.

'The completion of Dubai World Central's first cargo terminal is a significant milestone in the project's history,' said HH Sheikh Ahmed. 'Dubai's forward looking government continues to support DWC's thrust towards building a facility which will not only enable trade and commerce to continue in these troubled economic times, but also look positively at how DWC can support the future of business in the Middle East.'

The first passenger terminal too is 80% complete with MEP works ongoing. This terminal will have an eventual capacity of seven million passengers with the airport's ultimate capacity being 160 million annually.

'Construction on all related infrastructure works is continuing with all our stakeholders recognising the fact that Dubai World Central is a committed Dubai government project; and once the global economic recession tides out its cycle, work towards its final master plan will resume at its original pace,' explained HH Sheikh Ahmed.

Another major achievement is the construction of the Middle East's tallest free standing Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower which has been completed. Currently, the tower is being fitted with all navigational aids.

Standing at 91 metres, the ATC facility also includes a separate technical block of 6,000 square metres which will house offices, operations, technical rooms, flight simulators and a meteor observation cabin.

In addition, the facility has an airside / landside interface with secured access to airside, offering air traffic controllers the ability to handle multiple airborne airplanes as well as on-ground aircraft.

'The completion of construction of the ATC tower at Dubai World Central is a giant step forward for the region's aviation sector which has constantly seen growth every year,' said HH Sheikh Ahmed. 'The completion of these facilities indicates the progress we are making towards the opening of the airport next year and eventually of the entire development across its several components.'

Besides DWC-Al Maktoum International Airport, Dubai World Central comprises DLC and DWC Aviation City, surrounded by its real estate offerings - DWC Residential City, DWC Commercial City and DWC Golf City.

Dubai Airshow 2009 venue preparations in full flight

Posted on
Tuesday, 15 July 2008

Industry Sector

United Arab Emirates

Press Release Content

Over 50% of all exhibition space already sold.

Having firmly cemented its reputation as the world’s third largest aerospace exhibition, the Dubai Airshow – which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2007 - is gearing up for a move to its new home next year, at the Dubai World Central aviation city in Jebel Ali, United Arab Emirates.

Speaking on the sidelines of Farnborough International Airshow, F&E Aerospace, the Dubai Airshow organisers, revealed plans are well underway for the next outing of the biennial showcase – widely revered as the fastest growing aviation show in the world’s fastest growing aerospace region.

With over half of the total 43,820 square metres of exhibition space already contracted for next year’s Dubai Airshow, organisers are confident that the majority of the remaining area will be reserved during this week at Farnborough.

“The new venue and the move will allow us to significantly expand the facilities available to exhibitors and visitors, and will drive further growth as the Dubai Airshow continues to be an industry firm favourite,” said Alison Weller, Director - F&E Aerospace – organisers of a wide catalogue of aviation exhibitions including the Middle East Business Aviation (MEBA) event, running this November in Dubai.

“We are already well on our way in terms of space bookings for 2009 and expect to significantly build on this during Farnborough, putting us in an extremely strong position going into the last half of the year.”

And according to the organisers, the upcoming Dubai Airshow, taking place from 15th – 19th November 2009, will also see expansion across all areas from facilities to floor space to aircraft on display.

The new Dubai Airshow site will cover 425,000 square metres - double the size of its former venue at Airport Expo Dubai – and will be housed in a semi-permanent structure for its first outing before moving to a permanent facility for 2011.

“The 2009 site, although a semi-permanent structure, will boast some of the most modern facilities seen anywhere. We have everything we’ve had in previous years plus more. In addition, the reception building and support facilities is expected to double in size to cope with the increased number of trade visitors and we have also swelled the number of restaurants and press facilities. We also have a dedicated flying control centre onsite,” said Weller.

F&E Aerospace has expanded the chalet line for 2009 to 140 – with over 50 percent of these already being booked. The chalets will also be enlarged to offer more space and flexibility for exhibitors.

Car parking facilities will be significantly increased with space for more than 4,000 cars available, rising to 7,000 for subsequent events. Another major plus for the event will be that from 2012, the site will be linked to the Dubai Metro - the emirate-wide mass transport system which is currently under construction.

“The Dubai Airshow is no longer a regional show but a world-class, internationally-recognised aviation forum which impacts the global aerospace landscape. This comes as no surprise, due to Dubai’s global recognition as a world class trade, business and tourism destination that has broken all conventional boundaries of excellence,” added Weller.

Dubai Airshow 2007 boasted 850 exhibitors and 11 national pavilions representing 50 countries – 130 of these being new to the region. 45,420 visitors attended over the five days - 10,000 more than in 2005 – and over 140 aircraft were displayed on the static park, which has given the organisers a considerable platform to work from for the 2009 outing.

In addition, the show also saw over US$150 billion worth of orders placed during its five days and now holds the record for the largest amount of deals ever concluded at one event.

The Dubai Airshow has benefited from the ongoing commitment of the Dubai Government and Department of Civil Aviation with both His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai and His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Department of Civil Aviation, taking a keen personal interest in its development.

F&E Aerospace is exhibiting at the Farnborough International Airshow in Hall 1, stand C2. A team is on hand to take space reservations or provide additional information on the venue.

Notes and contacts

About F&E Aerospace

F&E Aerospace is a division of Fairs & Exhibitions who are one of the most influential names in the aerospace industry's events sector having conceptualized the Dubai Airshow and organised it, in conjunction with the Department of Civil Aviation, Government of Dubai and in collaboration with the UAE Armed Forces, since its inception in 1989.

F&E Aerospace, which maintains offices in London and Dubai, has widespread and long-standing relationships with the global aerospace industry, an in-depth knowledge of the industry it serves and a hard-earned reputation for delivering event excellence.

The company also organises the Middle East Business Aviation (MEBA) conference and exhibition on behalf of the Middle East Business Aviation Association. MEBA is now a biennial event with the 2008 edition scheduled for November next year.

Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) is a new event emerging from F&E's dedicated Aerospace Division. It will be held at the Dubai World Trade Centre in June 2010 and will service the region's rapidly developing commercial and business aviation fleets.

Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Middle East Exhibition & Conference is another event from F&E's growing aerospace portfolio. It is being organised in conjunction with AVIATION WEEK, which has an excellent track record of organising MRO events. The inaugural event will be held in the beginning of 2009 to cater to growing regional demand for MRO services.

Aerospace & Defence Training Show (ADTS) is the latest event from F&E’s aerospace portfolio. Predominantly a conference with a supporting exhibition, ADTS will debut at the Airport Expo Dubai in March 2009. The event is dedicated to growing Middle East demand for both civil and military aerospace training, recruitment and simulation.

About Fairs & Exhibitions (F&E)

F&E recently became a member of the Tarsus Group plc which was founded, and listed on the London Stock Exchange, in 1998. With offices in the UK (London), USA (Milwaukee), France (Paris), Germany (Dûsseldorf) and China (Shanghai), the international business-to-business media group has interests in exhibitions, conferences, publishing and online media.

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Tourism:  The primary source of the UAE’s rapidly growing tourism sector is the Dubai Emirate, which hosts the world’s tallest hotel. According to the UAE government, Dubai’s tourism revenue exceeds its oil revenue. The emirate’s 302 hotels hosted 6.4 million visitors from India, Pakistan, Iran, Lebanon, the Philippines, Europe, Australia, and South Africa in 2006. However, according to the UAE government, the emirate’s initial target of 15 million visitors by 2010 will not be met because of airport and hotel construction delays, coupled with delays in obtaining additional aircraft for the major carrier, Emirates.

The main attractions for tourists are beaches, nightlife, shopping, and luxurious accommodations. Dubai has grandiose plans for the future—the building of four man-made island structures off the coast (valued at US$3 billion each), which will house more than 100 new hotels, and the US$9.5 billion theme park Dubailand, which will include a cluster of 31 new hotels. By 2015. Numerous luxury hotel projects and a new cultural district, the centerpiece of which will be a branch of the Louvre Museum, are under development.

Source U.S. Congressional Library researched for U.S. Congress Report on the U.A.E.

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