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If you are looking for out of this world serviced offices Dubai, just take a look at the Dubai Festival City, which is a privately funded 1300 acre city development located alongside the banks of Dubai Creek, developed by the Al Futhaim Group Real Estate. Read More about this serviced office space
This business centre is located in the Business Park of the Dubai Airport Free Zone Building, known as the 'East Wing 3' is just before the Main Gate on the left hand side. Read More about this serviced office space
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How to find a serviced office in Dubai
Finding a location that is best for your business needs in Dubai, is made easy with the Office Providers team, who are on hand to help businesses, completely free of charge.
Where is Dubai?
Dubai, situated in the Middle East is part of the Seven Emirates, in the southern coast of the Arabian Gulf and is known as the UAE - United Arab Emirates.
Moving your office to Dubai
If you are looking to move your business to Dubai, then we recommend you contact The Office Providers team, who are on hand to offer free help and support in making it happen.
What Dubai has to offer
The main Industry sectors for Dubai are Tourism, Real Estate, Finance and General Trading. Dubai also boasts the World Record for the tallest building in the world, with the Dubai Tower or otherwise known as Burj Khalifa and Burj Dubai.
Currently there are a wide choice of large Shopping Malls, hosting some of the finest brands in the world, along with a new project, developing one of the largest Airports in the world.
The Weather today In Dubai UAE
The History of Dubai
Dubai is one of the most populated areas of the UAE, hosting over 2 Million people, the next most populated areas are Abu Dhabi and the Emirate of Sharjah.
The official religion is Islam, along with the official language of Arabic and English as the next most common language spoken.
Dubai Travel Planner
The public transport in Dubai is operated by the governments Road & Transport Authority, which offers the Dubai Metro and the Dubai Bus Services.
The most preferred option of public transport is the Dubai Metro, as it is very affordable, clean and links up to all of the main shopping Malls and the City Centre. The option of travelling all day on the state run transport can be utilised for as little as £2.50 for the whole day.
The Dubai Bus service is equally as good, with air-conditioned vehicles operating the most used routes in and around Dubai. The buses do have a section that reserves seating for women, this is recommended and is situated at the front of all of the buses.
For Airport transfers, we recommend using a Taxi, as it is by far the easiest way to get from A to B with luggage. The Dubai Airport operates flights mainly for British Airways, Emirates, Qatar and the Etiad.