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There are no casinos in UAE as such at present, although some international hotels do have gambling centers.

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The United Arab Emirates (UAE for short) is a confederation of seven principalities, or 'emirates' (the largest being Abu Dhabi), and is situated on the Persian Gulf, bordered by Saudi Arabia to the south and Oman to the east and sharing sea borders with Iran to the north and Qatar to the west. Covering an area of over 32,000 square miles (83,600 sq. km.). UAE nationals only account for around 13% of the UAE's population of over eight million people, with the majority consisting of expatriates.

The UAE's coastline, situated along the southern part of the Persian Gulf, is over 400 miles (650 km.), while its geography is characterized by barren desert, oases (dotted with acacia, eucalyptus and date palm trees), and sand dunes. Featuring a sub-tropical arid climate, UAE has hot summers and mild winters. Dubai is interesting from an architectural perspective, with a rich variety of styles and several structures combining Arabic influence and traditional motifs with modern design. Dubai City has a high concentration of some of the world's tallest skyscrapers, as well as over 70 shopping malls and some of the world's top luxury hotels.

The UAE has a fascinating past, having been controlled by the Portuguese and the British for several hundred years from the 16th century. It also had a thriving pearl industry until World War I, with the depression of the 1920s and 1930s and the emergence of Japanese pearl-farming virtually destroying it, but the emergence of its oil industry in the early 1960s compensating for this earlier loss.

Arabic is the UAE's official language and Dubai is the largest city, with a population of around 1.8 million people.

The UAE is the fifth world's richest economy by GDP per capita and has the world's sixth largest oil reserves. The UAE is highly reliant on petroleum and natural gas exports, which accounting for more than 85% of its economy. With Dubai having established itself as a global business hub, the UAE's economy is also driven by foreign investments, while construction, real estate, tourism, the services sector and a growing manufacturing industry all making significant contributions as well.

The UAE's food is firmly based on Arab cuisine, with dishes being based on meat (in particular, lamb and mutton followed by goat and beef) and fish with rice, and seafood having been widely consumed for centuries. Typical dishes include Harees (meat served with cracked wheat) and Machboos (and meat and rice dish often flavored with rosewater and seasoned with spices such as cilantro/coriander, chili, turmeric, cumin, cardamom, garlic and ginger). The official religion of the UAE is Islam, and as such Muslims are not allowed to eat pork. Alcohol may be served in most hotel restaurants and bars, and in all nightclubs. Tea and coffee are the beverages are choice and are often flavored with herbs and spices.

Poetry and literature play an important role in the UAE's culture, while there are several museums and art galleries spread across the emirates, with Abu Dhabi recently creating a 'culture district' to boost its reputation. The project is set to include several cultural institutions, including a modern art museum, "Guggenheim Abu Dhabi", a maritime museum and a performing arts center. Dubai is also planning a district for galleries and artists. Bedouin-influenced 'Khaliji' music is extremely popular in the UAE, as is Liwa, which combines music and dance and is generally performed by people of East African origin.

Football, cricket and motor-racing are all popular sports in the United Arab Emirates, as are horse racing and camel racing. Dubai has constructed one of the most prestigious, state-of-the-art Formula One racing tracks in the world.