It’s up to you to decide if the connection is personal, professional, or both.
Moving to Dubai is much like your first year at university.
However, Islam is the UAE’s official religion: sex outside marriage is illegal, and even public displays of affection can land the amorous in hot water.
It will also take taxis out of the equation - no one likes waiting for a cab in the blistering heat Getting-to-know-you chat in Dubai is often fascinating because you are meeting women from all over the world.Sometimes Dubai is their first taste of travel, but more often their lives have been nomadic, and their stories reflect that.You will be able to glean whether Sophie is planning a future in Dubai with a husband and children in her sights, or simply treating the city as a working holiday, complete with holiday fling.Either way, matters of the heart can always change the best-laid plans. Once you have picked up the bill – only the most emancipated woman insist on paying their share in Dubai – you may suggest going elsewhere for a drink.Dubai is one of the most visited cities in the world and this is not a surprise to anyone, being home to: the tallest building in the world – Burj Khalifa; the most luxurious hotel in the world Burj al-Arab, which is also known as "The only 7star hotel in the world"; many lovely beaches and swimming pools; and amazing sport activity centres to visit.
Millions of new young single people are attracted to the city and visit every year.
Even patriarchal professions like oil and gas and banking seem to employ female staff of a certain aesthetic standard.
With a median age of 27 (male and female), a vibrant nightlife and year-round sunshine, the whole thing can feel like a Club 18-30 holiday that never ends. Expats spend their tax-free salaries eating, drinking and generally showing off in public, so there is ample opportunity to meet the desired sex.
Everything is new and exciting, and you’ll meet other ‘freshers’ just as wide-eyed as you.
Thankfully, there are loads of 'second' and 'third years' more than happy to show you around. ” is the standard question when meeting a fellow expat. Occasionally, you’ll meet someone who says, “I grew up here”, and you’ll feel a bit like a gatecrasher.
Unless you are working on a construction site, you will meet good-looking women everyday in Dubai.