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goddessella

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Re: Dubai (Thread 2)
« Reply #140 on: September 10, 2019, 07:42:40 pm »
^Thanks for replying sis. How much ang entrance sa Atlantis? Yung sa pool lang? Is 2k dirhmans enough for 5 days stay in dubai?

2k dirhams may be doable depending on the places you want to see. kasama na ba jan yung hotel? bear in mind that hotels can be really expensive in Dubai.

tapos kung mamamasyal ka ng bongga, you have to account for the entrance fees also.

Dining out in Dubai can be really expensive too. lalo na if you want to really try the culinary treats Dubai has to offer.

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Re: Dubai (Thread 2)
« Reply #141 on: October 10, 2019, 12:52:22 am »
HI guys! Sinong naka-avail na ng free 48 hour In Transit Visa sa Dubai? I would like to confirm the process that you may get the visa upon arrival basta may confirmed tickets to show your next destination?

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Re: Dubai (Thread 2)
« Reply #142 on: October 13, 2019, 04:36:57 pm »
^ hi sis this might help you. If you purchase the ticket thru a travel agent better to confirm with them.
https://www.government.ae/en/information-and-services/visiting-and-exploring-the-uae/transit-visa

Transit visas for 48 hours
Transit visas for 48 hours are issued free of charge to passengers transiting through the UAE?s airports. You need to apply for the visa in advance through a UAE-based airline. This visa is not extendable, nor renewable. The validity of the visa is 48 hours from entry into the UAE, and you must leave the UAE within 48 hours from arrival.

 To get a transit visa, you must have:

a passport or travel document with a minimum validity of three months
a photo of self against a white background
an onward ticket booking to a 3rd destination, other than the one you are coming from.

7galleons

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Re: Dubai (Thread 2)
« Reply #143 on: October 23, 2019, 01:03:53 pm »
Hi! Thanks for the link!

Nabasa ko sa DIY Travel Philippines na you can get the In Transit Visa pagdating sa DXB Airport. You just need to show your onward flight ticket. I will research further para di kami magkaproblema sa Airport.

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Re: Dubai (Thread 2)
« Reply #144 on: November 17, 2020, 03:05:57 am »
The coworking space in which I rent a workplace already has a ready-made infrastructure with its workspaces (tables, chairs, lockers), fast and broadband internet, a kitchen, a bathroom, a coat rack, a meeting room and a cleaning lady.
In modern and fashionable words, this is a complete outsourcing of my work environment. All I have to do is put the necessary documents under lock and key in my closet, plug my laptop into any outlet and start working via the Wi-Fi network of the coving centre. But I'm looking for the same co-working space only in the Emirates. Has anyone heard of this https://theplace.group/ company? Can you share your feedback?

 


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