It is hard to describe the culture of the UAE easily. Where there are beautiful places and clubs where youngsters can enjoy the nightlife, they are also liable to follow strict rules of a typical Arab dad. Menna Hanni, a millennial who is working with Gulf News explains that she too was bored of her monotonous life. Everything about UAE is good but repetitive, she says. Therefore, when she started traveling she felt that it is essential to understand the world is full of places that need to be explored. Everything in a foreign place is new, fresh, and gives a unique experience to live, she stated.
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Meena loves to be in Seoul due to the contrast she sees in the city as compared to her city. She also told that she loves the food and weather of Seoul. Another travel junkie Ahmed Adly said that he loves to explore new places, new food, and likes to learn from their culture and history. He thinks that it is essential to travel more to understand people better which would ultimately eradicate hatred from this world.
Ahmed’s favorite tourist destination is Bally. He loves the hospitable nature of people there and thinks that it is a diverse place with a rich culture. He also cherishes the unique feel associated with every thing of Bali and told us that he can spend one vacation every year in Bali!
According to a recent survey conducted by Agoda.com, an online travel platform, the individuals who rank first in the world when it comes to visiting foreign countries are Britons. Britons or Brits are the terms used to refer to British people who live in the UAE. According to the ‘Well Travelled Survey‘, an average Briton travels to at least 12 countries followed by Australian travelers who visit 10 countries on average. The survey also reported that out of ten, seven people hailing from UAE liked to travel with the Emiratis i.e. people who originally are from UAE.
Being a country of mix cultures developed due to people from different countries and cultures living together, we can understand the kind of detachment they might be feeling even after living there for decades.
Has this love for travel and adventure developed due to longing to explore new but original cultures or are the people of UAE are born travelers? These questions will need more detailed study and research on the mindset of millennials of UAE. However, we do know that being young, they can visit more places till they get old and not many people are as lucky as them!