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Sharjah is the third largest emirate of the UAE. Most of the attractions have to do with wild life. The most popular tourist attraction in Sharjah is the Sharjah Aquarium, where you’re given the chance to learn about the marine life of the UAE. The ‘Arabian Wildlife Centre’ is a combined desert park, farm, and natural history museum. Sharjah Natural History Museum and Desert Park are also very famous among travellers.
Enjoy a roller coaster ride at the Al-Jazeera Park; a family-oriented theme park with rides for every age group.
While in Sharjah, you can always try unique Arabian cuisine. The ‘Al-shami restaurant’ is probably the most famous one out there.
The first thing that comes to mind about Dubai must be its melting heat. Be prepared for a frost-bite too. Ski Dubai, an indoor ski resort, will cool the summer air around you.
Dubai is one of the most luxurious cities in the world. Al-Burj, the tallest building in the world, is surrounded by 5-star restaurants and sleek shopping malls offering the best of the best. Ever seen fountains dancing to Arabic music? Hold your breath for the Dubai Fountain! For some fun times, visit the Aqua-venture water park where water slides up and down.
Dubai pays ESL teachers very well so you can enjoy all the luxuries it has to offer. The best ESL schools hire teachers who hold an advanced TESOL certificate, such as TESL Canada Standard 2, and have more than 1 year of teaching experience.
Welcome to the fanciest, most luxurious country on earth. UAE, with alluring beaches, top-notch hotels, an unparalleled shopping experience and an exquisite traditional culture, this country is rightly called the ‘the land of holidays’.
Four-fifths are covered in desert; yet the UAE has developed like no other. Its intriguing buildings, tourist resorts and awe-inspiring architecture have attracted tourists from across the globe for decades. Still modernizing at a fast pace, UAE aims to attract over 15-million tourists by the year 2015.
The demand for ESL teachers who hold an advanced TESOL certificate such as TESL Canada Standard 2 and have more than one year of teaching experience is very high, and so is the pay!
Some of the attractions in the UAE that you just cannot afford to miss are the AL-burj, the Dubai mall, Sharjah Aquarium, Jumeira Beach , Ski Dubai and the Dubai museum.