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Dubai Chinatown travel guide, the real life of overseas Chinese! In-depth experience gameplay Many friends who travel to Dubai will ask, is there a Chinatown here? If you want to feel the real daily life of the Chinese in a foreign country, it is better to visit the International City. It is the most densely populated place in the entire UAE and even the entire Middle East. It's like a cultural melting pot of various cultures, food, shops and multinational communities. Regarding the environment: it was difficult for me to imagine that this piece of international city that was once hidden near the yellow sand desert now has more than 387 buildings and about 5,000 retail stores. Chinese cuisine, Chinese supermarkets, Chinese gyms, Chinese massage parlors and Chinese community service stations can be seen everywhere. Regarding the gameplay: So some people commented, "Dubai's International City = Dubai's Chinese territory", it is a shelter that compatriots cannot avoid in the Middle East, and can be unlocked by eating, drinking, housing, and transportation. For example, there are more than 50 Chinese restaurants in the city, and it is said that 2/3 of all Chinese Chinese restaurants in Dubai. Whether it is Cantonese cuisine or Sichuan cuisine or Jiangsu and Zhejiang snacks, you can find a trace. About the experience: Even if you don't speak a word of English, you can still live well here. Because the Chinese have complete facilities and cheap rent, many Chinese who work elsewhere will move to the International City to live. Even Chinese who do not live in the International City often run to the International City from time to time to replenish supplies and fill the empty Chinese stomach. Regarding air tickets: some domestic airports can fly directly to Dubai, such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, and it takes about 8 hours. You can also choose China Southern Airlines or Sichuan Airlines for a big promotion, 3500 yuan round trip, the price is not bad. Of course, you can also experience the first class of Emirates. Regarding the network: Apply for a local phone card, data flow + call package; you can also activate the international roaming service in advance, RMB 20-30 per day. Free Wi-Fi is also available in most public places, but it is recommended to prepare in advance to prevent inconvenience by taking a taxi or traveling.

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  • Manish K
    Manish K
    Singapore, Singapore

    A neighborhood in outer Dubai

    International City has been built by developers Nakheel to cater to the large number of expatriates in Dubai. The neighborhood has a large number of apartments, but facilities for leisure are rather l...

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