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Please be aware that we require a clear face photo (without sun glasses and goggles for men) for all members and also full and proper answers to all our questions in correct English.If you do not have a clear photo or answer the questions properly we will not approve you. We look forward to meeting you at one of our meetups soon!
Public displays of affection are frowned upon by Emiratis (local Dubai folk) and inappropriate behavior can land you in jail with possible deportation for serious offences.We also like to party and dance on occasion and so our meetups are diverse. v=cc2w4slz Dp M PLEASE JOIN OUR GROUP ON FACEBOOK - https:// You can see all our expats club groups at This is a Dubai group of 'The Expats Club' which is a global network of online socialising and networking groups.The Expats Club operates in 20 cities around the world, with over 50,000 members, through a variety of platforms including meetup.com, Facebook and our own platform at at We tend to have a number of groups in every city to meet the needs of many niches in the community.Having said this, dating is common here and dating practices are mostly similar to those in other countries; the biggest difference is that modern dating behavior needs to be balanced with the more conservative Arabic norms of socially acceptable behavior.According to Islamic Sharia law, it is illegal for men and women to date in the same way as is normal in Western cultures, unless they are married.A number of times we combine group events so that everyone can meet each other. Please feel free to write to me at [email protected] text/whatsapp/call me on 971552829430 or 447715705005 with any comments, complaints, thoughts or suggestions.
I look forward to meeting you at one of our events soon.
It’s a good idea, if it feels right, to be proactive and start the conversations yourself.
You never know where such small beginnings might lead, and it never hurts to be friendly.
If you are the lone “newbie,” stepping into a group of people who’ve already been working in Dubai for months and years, some will welcome you openly, others will treat you courteously (but be a bit more distant), and there may even be rare cases where you sense some hostility. Chats over coffee and lunch can quickly segue into invitations to do things in the after work hours and at weekends.
If you have arrived in Dubai with a spouse and family, your children, depending on their ages, will bring about opportunities to meet new people.
Babies and toddlers are great conversation starters in playgrounds or even the corridors of entrance lobbies to apartment buildings.