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Beachgoer’s guide to Dubai

Beachgoer’s guide to Dubai

The Dubai Police published beach rules for beachgoers.


July 8, 2009 4:43 by

The Dubai police released a list of dos and don’ts for beachgoers. The list includes “always wearing a lifejacket when swimming” and “not photographing” other beachgoers.

If you had a chance to write your own code of conduct, what would you prohibit or allow on Dubai’s beaches?


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  1. Shehab Ahmed on July 27, 2009 1:39 pm

    that should have done long time ago, expats and tourists should have a freedom to a certain point and not forget they are in a muslim country. The best thing is to be in the middle rather than being too extreme or too free. They are free to do whatever they want in their private rooms away from public and should consider respecting the country culture they live in and everything should be fine


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