The best time to visit the UAE is from October to May, because the temperature from November to April in the daytime is considered ideal, i.e. about 24 degrees Celsius, while from June until September the temperatures are very hot up to 40 degrees Celsius and the percentage of Humidity 100%.
The Emirates is a dazzling commercial city, and it is a dream for many tourists as many tourist trips are offered to enjoy this region, and among the favorite destinations for many tourists are Dubai, Sharjah, and Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah is known as the cultural center of the UAE, and tourists flock to these areas to experience the traditions of And the culture of the United Arab Emirates, and enjoying ecological trips, wild and exotic beaches, and the blue waters of the Arabian Sea.
The Jumeirah Mosque is located on Jumeirah Beach Road and was built in 1976 AD. It is the only mosque in Dubai that is open to the public. It is made of white stone and carved in the Fatimid style. It is characterized by having a pair of minarets or towers located above the building, through which the muezzin calls to pray during today. 
Burj Al Arab is considered the jewel of Dubai. It was opened in 1999 AD, and this tower was built on the artificial island and connected to the mainland by a bridge, and this tower is considered one of the best places to enjoy the experience of restaurants located under the sea.
The Heritage Village is one of the most preferred tourist sites in Abu Dhabi. This visit enables tourists to learn about the lifestyle and traditions of the Bedouin culture. It is also possible to view an exhibition that displays the lifestyle of people before the oil era. This village consists of houses made of mud bricks, And a traditional mosque and an old market.
The Sheikh Zayed Mosque is one of the newest tourist attractions in the city of Abu Dhabi, and this mosque is considered one of the largest in the world as a whole. It was named after His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, in glorification and respect for his achievements.
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