الأحد، 11 مارس 2012

The United Arab Emirates, one of the world's fastest growing tourist destinations, has all the right ingredients for an unforgettable holiday, sun, sand, sea, sports, unbeatable shopping, top-class hotels and restaurants, an intriguing traditional culture, and a safe and welcoming environment.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is situated along the south-eastern tip of
the Arabian peninsula between 22º 50 and 26º north latitude and between
51º and 56º 25 east longitude. Qatar lies to the north-west, Saudi Arabia to
the west, south and south-east, and Oman to the south-east and north-east.
Occupying an area of about 83, 600 sq. km (32,400 sq. miles) – roughly
the size of Portugal. The coastline of the UAE was approximately 1318 km but
land reclamation projects, notably the three 'Palms', are extending this figure

Map 2 - The UAE's position in the Middle East

Map 3 - There are 7 emirates in the UAE Federation. These emirates are highlighted
in red on the map below


The best time to visit the UAE is from October up until May.
In October the weather may still be quite hot (up to 35C), blue skies are the norm and the evenings are warm. At this stage the tourist season is well under way.
Daytime temperatures are ideal during November, December, January and February (around 24C) although the evenings may be a little cool (13C). North-westerly winds (shamal) sometimes blow during these winter months, bringing choppy seas. Most of the annual rainfall occurs between December and March, but this tends to be in the form of short heavy downpours that rapidly clear away. Indeed some winters are totally dry. By March–April, temperatures are beginning to rise during the day (early 30s) but humidity is still low and the evenings are warm. May can be quite hot again (late-30s).
June–September are to be avoided, especially the July–August period which is very hot (high 40s) and humid (100 per cent). However hotels and golf clubs and other facilities offer very good deals during the summer months and it is worth remembering that hotels, shops, in fact all buildings, cars, buses etc are air-conditioned.


You may like to time your trip to coincide with one of the many special events staged in the UAE each year. The following is a list of the more popular events but dates may change from year to year so check before you go.
World Cup Indoor Trials
Dubai Shopping Festival
Abu Dhabi Golf Championship
Abu Dhabi Film Festival
Al Ain Air Show
Al Ain Classical Music Festival
Dubai Desert Classic (Golf)
ATP Men’s Tennis Open & WTA Tournament
Abu Dhabi Shopping Festival
Dubai World Cup (Horse racing)
Dubai to Muscat Sailing Race
Dubai Pro Beach Soccer Tournament
Dubai Summer Surprises
UAE Desert Challenge Motor Rally
Dubai Film Festival
UIM Formula One Power Boat Championships
UIM Class One Power Boat Championships
Dubai International Rugby Sevens


You should also consider whether you would like to visit during the Muslim holy month of Ramadam. During Ramadan (the exact dates move forward by approximately 11 days each year), Muslims do not eat or drink between sunrise and sunset. Visitors are requested not to eat, drink or smoke in public places during this time. Most restaurants are closed during the day, although food will be served in your hotel, either in your room or in a secluded area of the hotel. Alcohol is served in some emirates after sunset.
Despite these restrictions, there are certain advantages in visiting the UAE during at this time. You may be able to obtain discount rates on some hotels and once the daily fast is broken (by the iftar meal after sunset) the streets are a hive of activity, which lends a carnival atmosphere to the towns.
Approximate dates for commencement of Ramadan:
01/08/11 20/07/12 09/07/13


By Air
Travel to the UAE has never been easier since it is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Most of the leading airlines of the world fly into the UAE, but you can also travel by road or sea. The vast majority of visitors take advantage of the excellent deals on offer through a number of tour operators.

Emirates Airlines

This website contains over 50,000 pages of news and information on the UAE and has been regularly updated for 15 years. If you want to check for recent changes to visa regulations it is worth checking our VISA NEWS ARCHIVE. Please also use the extensive links in the MAIN NEWS ARCHIVE. For more general travel information please check out the TRAVEL section or the BUSINESS section using in text links or the navigation bars.
Here is a link to download a visa application form. You will find other links to UAE Embassies and Consulates here. You may also need to contact your own nationality Embassy or Consulate within the UAE to seek additional advice.
Many people consult this page in order to find information on how to apply for a visa to enter the UAE. The good news is that the UAE authorities have taken many steps to make this process as straightforward as possible. Apart from the fact that citizens of 39 countries (i.e. GCC nationals plus nationals of listed countries) do not require visas prior to arrival at a UAE airport, there are efficient systems in place to facilitate visitors not falling into one of the above categories. If you are coming to work in the UAE you will require a visa that can only be obtained on your behalf by your employer or sponsor.
As noted above, the kind of visa that you require for entry into the UAE depends on several different factors such as your nationality, the purpose of your planned visit and its planned duration. Please read the following notes carefully. You may also find information on this subject in our news archive. Regulations do change from time to time and, whilst we do endeavour to keep up to date with these note, please do not rely uon them for complete accuracy. You should also check with your airline and regional UAE embassy or consulate.

- If you are a national citizen of a GCC country you do not require a visa to visit the UAE. You will simply need to produce your GCC country passport upon arrival at the point of entry into the UAE

- The following categories of visitors may receive their visit visa at the airport, upon arrival.
1. AGCC Residents who are not GCC nationals but who have a high professional status such as company managers, business people, auditors, accountants, doctors, engineers, pharmacists, or employees working in the public sector, their families, drivers and personal staff sponsored by them, are eligible for a non-renewable 30-day visa upon arrival at the approved ports of entry.
2. National citizens of the following countries:

UK(with the right of abode in UK), France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Finland, Spain, Monaco, Vatican, Iceland, Andorra, San Marino, Liechtenstein, United States, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea and holders of Hong Kong SAR passports will be granted a free of charge visa for a single visit upon arrival in the UAE. It should be noted that this list may vary slightly from time to time and it is therefore best to check with your local UAE embassy or the airline that you are using to fly to the UAE.
- If you do NOT fall into one of the above categories, you will require a visa and a sponsor for your visit. The sponsor normally applies for the visa on your behalf.
Valid sponsors may be as follows:-
a - Hotels & Tourist Companies can apply, on your behalf, for a Tourist Visa (valid for 30 days); or a Service Visa (valid for 14 days); or a Visit Visa (valid for 30 days and can be extended for other 30 days) b - Airlines & Airlines Handlers apply on behalf of their crew members for a 96-hour Transit Visa. c - Other Organizations based in the UAE may only apply for Visit Visas and Service Visas. d - Individuals (Relatives or Friends) already resident in the UAE may, subject to guidlines, also apply on your behalf for a Visit Visa.
Entry Service Permit
An Entry Service Permit applies to the following categories and their families accompanying them: company manager’s representatives, sales managers, account auditors, delegations from companies or establishments to carry out a commercial activity in the UAE, consultants requested by companies operating in the UAE that are required to carry out an urgent task.
This visa is valid for use within 14 days from the date of issue. The duration of stay is 14 days from date of entry, exclusive of arrival and departure days. It is non-renewable.
In order to complete the application, the sponsor will require the visitor’s date of arrival and flight details, and a photocopy of the first few pages of the visitor’s passport which should be valid for at least three months. This type of entry permit will only be issued as urgent at a fee of AED 220.
The Entry Service Permit holder may enter and depart the UAE through any airport.
Visit Visa
The Visit Visa applies to tourists who wish to spend more than 14 days in UAE, those coming for family visits as well as those on long-term business visits. It requires the sponsorship of any UAE resident or any company or hotel licensed to operate within the UAE. A refundable AED 2,000 guarantee from expatriates who wish to sponsor distant relatives is imposed.
This visa is valid for entry within two months from its date of issue.
The Visit Visa is valid for 60 days and is renewable for a total stay of up to 90 days. A fee of AED 500 is charged for this renewal.
In order to complete the application, the sponsor will require the visitor’s date of arrival and arrival details and a photocopy of the first few pages of the visitor’s passport, which must be valid for at least three months. There is a fee of AED 100 for obtaining a visit visa. There is also a fee of AED 10 for visa delivery service by DNATA. Hotels, hotel apartments, tour operators, travel agents and airlines may not levy supplementary charges or processing fees in excess of AED 50/- for arranging visas for visitors.
The Visit Visa holder may enter and leave the country through any port of entry in the UAE.
Tourist Visa
A special category of visas under the Visit Visa type is a Tourist Visa, which can be obtained for individual tourists from: East and West Europe, Turkey, Bulgaria, Poland, Ukraine, Albania, Russia, the Hellenic Republic, St Kitts-Navis, St Lucia, Mexico, Cuba, Bermuda, Belize, Guyana, French Guiana, Martinique, Antigua and Barbuda, St Vincent, Jamaica, Palao other non-defined American nationalities, Thailand, South Africa, Singapore, China, Malta, Cyprus.
The Tourist Visa entitles its holder to a 30 day stay and is non-renewable. The Tourist Visa requires the sponsorship of hotels and tour operators who bring in visitors from the above listed countries. The fee is AED 100. There is also a fee of AED 10 for visa delivery service by DNATA. Hotels, hotel apartments, tour operators, travel agents and airlines may not levy supplementary charges or processing fees in excess of AED 50/- for arranging visas for visitors.
Multiple Entry Visas
Multiple-entry Visas are issued to business visitors who have a relationship with either a multinational or other reputable local company, and who are frequent visitors to the UAE. This type of visa is valid for six months from the date of issue and the duration of each stay is 30 days. The validity is non-renewable. The cost of this visa is AED 1,000.
The visitor must enter the UAE on a visit visa and obtain the multiple entry visa while in the country. The visa is stamped on the passport.
Transit Visa
Transit passengers stopping at Dubai International Airport for a minimum of 8 hours and meeting the certain conditions mentioned below are eligible for obtaining a 96-hour transit visa. These conditions are as follow:
Airlines sponsored only (prior arrangements maybe required)
Applications should have confirmed onward booking to the 3rd destination For transit passengers or those holding special permits, or for visit or mission, the passport or the document must be valid for at least three months Citizens of the following countries are not eligible for the 96 hours visa on arrival: Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Niger, and Yemen.
The transit visas for passengers arriving at Dubai International Airport can be arranged by Emirates Airline for its passengers or by Marhaba Services for those travelling on other airlines. Marhaba Services Tel: 00971 4 2162657; 2164629
email: marhaba@emirates.co
German Citizens
The German citizens (tourists and business people) may apply to the UAE embassy in Germany for a one or two year multiple-entry visa. No sponsor is required. The maximum duration of stay of visa holders should not exceed three months a year. The visa fee is AED 1,500
US Citizens
The US citizens (tourists and business people) may apply to the UAE embassies in the US for one to ten year multiple-entry visas. A sponsor is required and the visa will be granted free of charge. The maximum duration of stay should not exceed six months a visit
UAE Visa Requirements For CANADIAN Citizens

(The Requirements may be changed in the future) I. Visas Issued from the UAE Embassy in Ottawa: 1) Visa Application to be correctly and fully completed (typed).
2) Clear and recent passport size photo.
3) Passport copy (Passport must be valid for at least 6 months at departure).
4) Complete the Attachment to the Visa Aplication & the Application Form.
5) Money order, Certified Cheque or Draft Cheque with the correct amount in Canadian Currency needs to be made payble to the UAE Embassy, Ottawa.
6) The Amount paid is non-refundable in case of a visa refusal.
7) The Visa application (with all requirements), the Self-Addressed Prepaid Return Envelop and the money Order need to be sent by courier to the UAE Embassy, attention Visa Section.
8) The complete Visa Application needs to be sent to the UAE Embassy 15 working days before the departure date.
Applications need to be mailed to the following address:
UAE Embassy Visa Section 125 Boteler Street Ottawa, Ontario K1N 0A4
The Visa Section will accept applications by mail. II. Emirates Airline and Etihad Airways in Canada are able to issue the following Visas Canadian Citizens:
* Visit Visas. * Touristic Visas. * Transit Visas. III. Please find below the Emirates and Etihad Info: 1) Emirates Airlines
90 Sheppard Ave.East, Suite 101 Toronto ON M2N 3A1 Tel: 416-221-0039 www.emirates.com 2) Etihad Airways
25 York Street, Suite 608 Toronto, Ontario Tel: 416-221-4744 www.etihadairways.com
IV. Travel Agencies and Hotels in the UAE will be able to issue the following visas to Canadian Citizens: * Visit Visas. * Touristic Visas.
V. Visas Fees: Multiple Entry Visa 1000$ (Valid for 6 months, maximum stay in UAE 14 days each visit) Long term Visa 500$ (Valid for 3 months, not renewable) Short term Visa 250$ (Valid for 30 days, not renewable)
Website of UAE Embassy in Canada
We suggest that you enquire from your airline whether you require a visa to be issued in your passport prior to flying to the UAE and you also check with your nearest UAE Embassy or Consulate.You may download a visa application form here but this is subject to change and you should check with your UAE Embassy or Consulate whether this is acceptable.Your application on a valid form must be submitted to your nearest UAE Embassy or Consulate.
Some additional links are provided below:

Up-to-date information on visas is available from the UAE Immigration Services.
The UAE Naturalisation and Residency Administration of the Ministry of the Interior in Dubai also runs a website.
Abu Dhabi
Saeed bin Tahnoon St. Abu Dhabi Tel: 02 4462244
Al Ain
Aditaba Road, near Dubai Islamic Bank, opposite Carrefour supermarket. Tel: 03 7625555
Department of Naturalization and Residency, Trade Centre Road, near Bur Dubai Police Station Tel: 04 3980000
Department for Naturalization and Residence, near General Post Office Tel: 06 5726777
Umm al-Qaiwain
Tel: 06 7666419
Tel: 06 7422255
Ra's as-Khaimah
Tel: 07 2273333
Additional Information

AGCC Citizens
Citizens of the Arab Gulf Co-operation Council member states (Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, and Saudi Arabia) do not need a visa to enter the UAE.
AGCC Residents
AGCC expatriate residents who meet certain conditions may obtain a non-renewable 30-day visa upon arrival at the approved ports of entry.

Citizens of Western Europe and Pacific Rim
Citizens of the following countries will be granted a free of charge Entry Visit visa upon arrival in the UAE:
Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Britain, Brunei, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hong Kong, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, San Marino, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, Vatican City
Entry Service Permit
An Entry Service Permit applies to the following categories and their families accompanying them: company manager’s representatives, sales managers, account auditors, delegations from companies or establishments to carry out a commercial activity in the UAE. This visa is also available for nationalities authorized to obtain a tourist visa.
Visit Visas
The Visit Visa for tourists is applicable for 60 days and is used especially for those coming for family visits as well as those on long-term business visits.
It requires the sponsorship of any UAE citizen/resident or company/hotel licensed to operate within the UAE. A refundable AED 2,000 guarantee from expatriates who wish to sponsor distant relatives is required.
This visa is valid for entry within two months from its date of issue.
The Visit Visa is valid for 60 days and is renewable for a total stay of up to 90 days. A fee of AED 500 is charged for this renewal.
Tourist Visas
A special category of visas under the Visit Visa type is a Tourist Visa, which can be obtained for individual tourists from East and West Europe who are not entitled to be issued with a visa on arrival as well as visitors and tourists from Thailand, South Africa and China.
The Tourist Visa entitles its holder to a 30 day stay and is non-renewable. The Tourist Visa requires the sponsorship of hotels and tour operators who bring in visitors from the above listed countries.
Multiple-Entry Visas
Multiple-entry Visas are available for business visitors who have a relationship with either a multinational or other reputable local establishments, and who frequent visitors to the UAE. This type of visa is valid for six months from the date of issue and the duration of each stay is 30 days. The validity is non-renewable. The cost of this visa is AED 1,000.
The visitor must enter the UAE on a visit visa and obtain the multiple entry visa while in the country. The visa would be stamped on the passport.

Visa rules as per the Ministerial Decision No. 322 for the Year 2008

1. 90 Days Long-Term Visit Visa (Individuals)
E-form application (fees paid) including clear personal photo of the sponsored person approved by the sponsor or authorized signatories (signed and stamped)
* Required documents:
Clear passport copy of the sponsor
Clear passport copy of the sponsored person
A copy of the salary certificate or employment contract of the sponsor (resident) must be attached
Proof of family relationship (kinship)
Traveler insurance
* Fees:
AED 1110 e-DNRD Fees: fees.
AED 1120 e-form fees
AED 1000 deposit, refundable uponv departure of the sponsored person.
Valid for 60 days from the issue date and non-renewable
Valid for 90 days from the arrival date and non-renewable.
2. 30 Days Short-Term Visit Visa (Individuals)
E-form application (fees paid) including clear personal photo of the sponsored person approved by the sponsors or authorized signatories (signed and stamped)
* Required documents:
Clear passport copy of the sponsor.
Clear passport copy of the sponsored person
A copy of the salary certificate or employment contract of the sponsor (resident) must be attached
Proof of family relationship.
Traveler insurance.
* Fees :
AED 610 e-DNRD fees.
AED 620 e-form fees
AED 1000 deposit, refundable upon departure of the sponsored person.
Valid for 60 days from the issue date and non-renewable
Valid for 30 days from arrival date and non-renewable
3. 30 Days Short-Term Visit Visa (Companies)
E-form application (fees paid) including clear personal photo of the sponsored person approved by the sponsors or authorized signatories (signed and stamped)
* Required documents:
Clear passport copy of the sponsor.
Copy of the establishment card.
Traveler insurance
AED 610 e-DNRD fees.
AED 620 e-form fees
AED 1000 deposit, refundable upon departure of the sponsored person.
Valid for 60 days from the issue date and non-renewable
Valid for 30 days from the arrival date and non-renewable
4. 90 Days Long-term Visit Visa (Companies)
E-form application (fees paid) including clear personal photo of the sponsored person approved by the sponsors or authorized signatories (signed and stamped)
* Required documents:
Clear passport copy of the sponsor.
Copy of the establishment card.
Traveler insurance
AED 1100 e-DNRD fees
AED 1120 e-form fees
AED 1000 deposit, refundable upon departure of the sponsored person.
Valid for 60 days from the issue date and non-renewable
Valid for 90 days from the arrival date and non-renewable
5. Student Visa: sponsor must be one of the licensed Universities or Educational Institutions in the UAE (recognized by the Ministry of Higher Education)
E-form application (fees paid) including clear personal photo of the sponsored person approved by the sponsors or authorized signatories (signed and stamped)
* Required documents:
Clear passport copy of the sponsor
Copy of the establishment card
Copy of the trade license
Traveler insurance
AED 1110 e-DNRD fees.
AED 1120 e-form fees
AED 1000 deposit refundable upon departure of the sponsored person.
6. Medical Treatment: Medical Establishments (Public and Private) approved by the Ministry of Health or Health Authority
E-forms application form (fees paid) including clear personal photo of the sponsored person approved by the sponsors or authorized signatories (signed and stamped
* Required documents:
Clear passport copy of the sponsor
Copy of the establishment card
Medical certificate attested by MOH or Health Authority
Traveler insurance
AED 1110 e-DNRD fees
AED 1120 e-form fees
AED 1000 deposit, refundable upon departure of the sponsored person.
Valid for 60 days from the arrival date and can be renewed twice, 60 days each:
AED 610 e-service fees.
AED 620 e-form fees
7. Exhibitions/Festivals/ Conferences: for Governmental and Private Establishments
E-form application (fees paid) including clear personal photo of the sponsored person approved by the sponsors or authorized signatories (signed and stamped)
* Required documents:
Clear passport copy of the sponsor
Copy of the establishment card
Copy of the trade license
Letter by the concerned entity announcing the exhibition, festival, or conference.
Traveler insurance
AED 210 e-DNRD fees
AED 220 e-form fees
AED 1000 deposit, refundable upon departure of the sponsored person
- Valid for 60 days from the issue date and non-renewable
- Valid for 30 days from the arrival date and non-renewable
8. (33) Countries Upon Arrival
* Required documents:
Original passport
Free of charge
Special notes: renewal shall be once and for a similar period (30 days).
AED 620 e-form fees
Service is provided through all air, land, and sea ports.
9. Tourist Visa for all Nationalities (Tourist companies):
* Required documents:
Clear passport copy of the sponsor
Traveler insurance
AED 210 e-DNRD fees
AED 220 e-form fees
AED 1000 deposit, refundable upon departure of the sponsored person
Valid for 60 days from the issue date and non-renewable
Valid for 30 days from the arrival date and renewable for the similar period (30 days), upon payment of a fees of AED 620.
Service is provided through the eDNRD eServices.
10. Escorts of GCC nationals
To be issued to escort of GCC nationals (domestic helpers), for 60 days.
* Required documents:
Original passport of the sponsoredv person
Valid residency visa.
AED 165 e-form fees.
Special notes:
Renewable twice and for a similar period (60 days each time).
Renewal fees :AED 320
Service is provided through all UAE entry points
11. GCC nationals (Resident)
To be issued to GCC resident nationals and those who accompany them
* Required documents:
Original passport of the sponsored person
Valid residency visa
Proof of employment in the country of residence
AED 165 e-form fees.
Special notes:
Valid for 30 days and renewable once for a similar period (30 days).
Renewal fees AED 620 (e-form fees)
12. Mission Visa
To be issued to businessmen and highly qualified professionals.
* Required documents:
Clear passport copy of the sponsor
Health insurance
320 e-form fees
AED 1000 deposit, refundable upon departure of the sponsoredv person
Special notes:
Valid for 14 days from the issue date and non-renewable.
Valid for 16 days from arrival date and non-renewable.
13. Transit Visa
* Required documents:
Original valid passport
Entry form for 96 hours
A valid ticket for onward flight
AED 165 e-DNRD fees
AED 165 E-form fees
Special Notes:
Valid for 96 hours from the arrival date provided that the duration between the two trips is no less than 8 hours.
Hotel reservation is needed.
This service is provided through UAE entry points.

Customs clearance in the UAE is fast and efficient. No customs duties are applied to personal belongings. However, since the UAE is an Islamic country, religious propaganda, potentially offensive printed matter, CDs videos or films should not be brought into the country. All personal imports of such materials are checked at customs. Since strict copyright laws are being enforced in the UAE, pirated video and audiotapes or illegal computer software will be confiscated.
Needless to say controlled substances such as cannabis, opium etc, are banned and the penalties for handling these drugs are severe. If a blood test for illegal drug usage proves positive, you can be charged with a criminal offence – even if you used the drug before arrival in the UAE. The importation of firearms and dangerous weapons is also restricted.
Duty free allowances
2000 cigarettes; 400 cigars; 2 kg tobacco; 2 litres of spirits and 2 litres of wine (non-Muslims only) and perfume. It is prohibited to import alcohol into Sharjah and you are generally not allowed to bring alcohol into the country if you are travelling by land.

If you are a national of, and hold a valid passport issued by, one of the following countries, you can obtain your visa at the airport in UAE, upon arrival.

UK, France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Cyprus, Finland, Malta, Spain, Monaco, Vatican, Iceland, Andorra, San Marino, Liechtenstein, United States, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

- If you do NOT fall into one of the above categories, you must make an application for a visa before travelling to the UAE. You can do this at a UAE Embassy or Consulate in your country (or in a nearby country).

You may download a visa application form here. This must be submitted to your nearest UAE Embassy or Consulate. A full list of these is given below.
Embassies and Consulates
The following is a list of UAE Embassies world-wide.
UAE Embassy
20 Mohammed Drareny St.
Hydara, Algiers, Algeria
Tel: + 213 21549677; Fax: + 213 21549666
Email: emaratesemb@wissal.dz
Tel: + 54911 43211200; Fax: + 5411 43211201

12 Bulwarra Close
O'Malley ACT 2606, Canberra, Australia
Tel: + 612 62 868802; Fax: + 612 62 868804
Email: uaeembassy@bigpond.com
UAE Embassy
Peter Jordan Strasse 66, A/1190, Vienna, Austria
Tel + 43 1 3681455-56/57/58/59; Fax + 43 1 3684485
Email: emirates@aon.at
UAE Embassy
House No. 270, Road 2510 - Complex 325
Alqudibea, Manama, Bahrain
Tel + 973 17 748333; Fax + 973 17 717724
Email: uaeembassybahrain@hotmail.com
UAE Embassy
House No 191, Gulshan Avenue, Gulshan,
Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh
Tel + 880 2 9882244; Fax + 880 2 8823225
Email: uaedac@bol-online.com

Tel +375 172005354; Fax +375 172008060
UAE Embassy
73 Av. F. Roosevelt 1050, Bruxelles, Belgium
Tel + 32 2 640 6000; Fax + 32 2 646 2473
UAE Embassy
Shis Qi 05, Chacara 54, Lago Sul Brasilia,
DF Brazil CEP: 71600-580, Brasil
Tel + 55 61 348 0717; Fax + 55 61 348 7543
World Exchange Plaza Suite 1800
45 O'Connor Street, Onatario, Ottawa, Canada KIP 1A4
Tel: +1 613 5657272; Fax: + 1 613 5658007
Email: safara@uae-embassy.com
UAE Embassy
Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Residence Compound, Villa 10-04,
Dongfang road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China.
Tel: + 86 10 653 27653; Fax: + 86 10 653 27652
Email: info@uaeemb.com
UAE Embassy
4 Ibn Seena Street, Giza, Cairo, Egypt
Tel: + 20 2 7766101/7766102/5702382; Fax: + 20 2 570 0844
Email: uaecairo@hotmail.com
Egypt - Cultural Division
71 Shihab Street, Al Muhandisin, Cairo, Egypt
Tel: + 20 2 3477575/3049808/3461020; Fax: + 20 2 3461044/3461032

The UAE Embassy
2 Bolevarddela Tour Maubourg, 7500, Paris, France
Tel: + 33 1 443 40200; Fax: + 33 1 47 55 61 04
Email: ambassade.emirates@wanadoo.fr
UAE Embassy
Hiroshima str. 18-20, D-10785, Berlin, Germany
Tel: + 49 3051 6516; Fax: + 49 3051 6900
Email: berlin@uae-embassy.de
Internet: www.uae-embassy.de

Germany - Bonn
Erste fahgasse 6-53113, Bonn, Germany
Tel: + 49 228 267070; Fax: + 49 228 267 0775

Germany - Munich
Lohengrn Str. 21, Munich, 81925, Germany
Tel: + 49 89 4120010; Fax: + 49 89 47077020
Hotel Grande Brelange Constitution Square, 10563, Athens, Greece
Tel: + 302 10 3330393/302 10 3330392; Fax: + 302 10 3330394
UAE Consulate General Hong Kong
Unit 2205-6 22nd Floor Mass Mutual Tower, 38 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel: + 852 2866 1823; Fax: + 852 2866 1690
Email: cg@uaehk.com
Embassy of the United Arab Emirates 12
Chandragupta Marg
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110 021, India
Tel: + 91 11 2611 1111; Fax + 91 11 2687 3272
Email: newdelhi@mofa.gov.ae; uae_embassy_nd@bol.net.in
UAE Consulate India
Jolly Maker apartments No1, Bungalow 7, Cuffe Parade
Colaba, Mumbai, 4000005, India
Tel: + 91 22 66345566; Fax: + 91 22 180986
UAE Embassy
JI Prof dr Satrio, Block C-4, KAV16-17, Kuningan Timur,
Selatan 12950, Jakarta, Indonesia
Tel: + 62 21 5206518/5206538/5206528; Fax: + 62 21 5206526
UAE Embassy, Wali Asr Street
Al-Shaheed Waheed Dastakaardi Street No. 355
Tehran, Iran
Tel: + 98 21 88781333; Fax: + 98 21 88789084
UAE Consulate Iran
Shaheed Nasser St, Bandar Abbas, Opp. Shaheed Shareani Hospital, Iran
Tel: + 98 761 2224192/2224229/2221493; Fax: + 98 761 2245080
Email: uacconsulantebnd@hotmail.com
United Arab Emirates Embassy,
Alamnsour - Mahllah 611
Alley 34
House number 81
Phone number : 5438969-5438968-5438966
UAE Embassy and Consular Section
Via Della Camilluccia 492, 00135 Rome, Italy
Tel: + 39 06 3630 6100; Fax: + 39 06 3630 6155
Email: uaeroma@tin.it
UAE Embassy
9-10 Nanpeidai-Sho, Shibaya-Ku, Tokyo 150-0036
Tel: + 81 3 5489 08049; Fax: +81 3 5489 0813
UAE Embassy
Jaudat Rachid Shamma St,
Amman Mountain, Amman, Jordan
Tel: + 962 6 593 4780/5934781/5934782; Fax: + 962 6 593 2666
Email: uaeemb@index.jo.com

Jordan - Cultural Attache
Dr. Mohammed Al Bashir St, Al shumaisani, Amman, Jordan
Tel: + 962 6569 6634; Fax: + 962 6567 6635
Pregorodny 70, Ktoyaber Street 71, Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan
Tel: + 73172 309173/500533; Fax: + 73172 309173/500531
Email: emarateembassy-kz@yahoo.com
UAE Embassy
5-5 Hannam-Dong-Yougsan-Ku, Seoul, Korea
Tel: + 82 2 790 3235; Fax: + 82 2 790 3238
Email: seoul@mofa.gov.ae
UAE Embassy
Abdul-Aziz BinBaz, Qaseema St 494-495,
Al Yarmouk No 2, Building A11, Kuwait
Tel: + 965 252 8544/252 7693; Fax: + 965 252 6382
Email: emarat71@qualitynet.net
UAE Embassy
Al Jinnah-Ramlat Al Baidha, Beirut, Lebanon
Tel: + 961 1 8570006; Fax: + 961 1 857009
Email: eembassy@uae.org.lb
UAE Embassy
Qar Qaresh, Kilometre 7.5,
Near Badr Mousq
Tripoli, Libya
Tel: + 21 821 4832595/96; Fax: + 21 821 4832598
Email: libuae2005@hotmail.com
UAE Embassy
1 Jalan Gerbank Ampang Hilir, Off Persiaran Ampang Hilir,
55000 Kuala Lumpor, Malaysia
Tel: + 603 4253 5221/4535420; Fax: + 603 4252 35220/4252 8023
Email: uaemal@streamyx.net.my
UAE Embassy
Tafarugh Zeena Quarter, No ZRA 742 BIS
Nouakchott, Mauritania
Tel: +222 5251 098/5250 930; Fax: + 222 525 0992
UAE Embassy
11 Hassan, Al Alaween Street,
Rabat, Morocco
Tel: + 212 37 702035/702085; Fax: + 212 37 724145
Email: eua@menara.ma
Eisenhowwerlaan 130-2517 KN, The Hague, Holland
The Netherlands
Tel: + 3170 3384370; Fax: + 3170 3384373

UAE Embassy
Diplomatic Area, Al Khuwair
Muscat, Oman
Tel: + 968 24600302/600988; Fax: + 968 602584
Email: uaeoman@omantel.net.om
UAE Embassy
Plot No 122, University Road
Diplomatic Enclave,
Islamabad, Pakistan
Tel: + 92 51 2279052; Fax: + 92 51 2279063
Email: uaeembpk@isb.com.bk
Pakistan - UAE Consulate
17, a Kheyaban - E shamseer Phase
V Defence House Authority,
Karachi, Pakistan
Tel: + 92 21 5824016; Fax: + 92 21 5824015
UAE Embassy
2nd floor Renaissance Building
215 Salcedo St. Legaspi Village
Makati City, Manila, Philippines
Tel: + 632 817 3906; Fax: + 632 818 3577
UAE Embassy
Diplomatic Area, Arabian Gulf, Doha, Qatar
Tel: + 974 4838880; Fax: + 974 4836186
Email: emarat@qatar.net.qa

Aleea Modrogan No 4 Secto RL
Bucharest, Romania
Tel: + 4021 2317676/2311561/2311563; Fax: + 4021 2315588
Email: uae@zappmobile.ro
UAE Embassy
Ulofa Palme Str., 4 Moscow, Russia
Tel: + 7 495 2344060; Fax: +7 495 2344070
Email: uael@col.ru
Saudi Arabia
UAE Embassy
Diplomatic Area, Abu Bakr Al Karkhi Zone
Amr bin Omayad Street,
Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: + 966 1 4881227; Fax: + 966 1 4827504
UAE Consulate Saudi Arabia
Osman Ibn Affan Street
Al Sharafia, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: + 966 2 6530928/6515436; Fax: +966 2 651 3246
600 North Bridge Road, 09-01, 05 Pardview Square,

Tel: +65 6238 8206; Fax: 0065 6238 0081
Email: emarat@singnet.com.sg

South Africa
UAE Embassy
Pretoria 992, Arcadia St, Arcadia 0083
Pretoria, South Africa
Tel: + 27 12 3427736; Fax: + 27 12 342 7738
Email: uae@mweb.co.za
UAE Embassy
c/o Capitan Haya, 40-28020 Madrid, Spain
Tel: +34 91 570 1001; Fax: + 34 91 571 5176
Email: uaemadrid@uae.e.telefonica.net
Sri Lanka
No 44 Sir Ernesrt De Silva, Mawatha, 7 Colombo, Sri Lanka
Tel: + 9411 2565053/565052; Fax: + 9411 2564104
Email: uaecmb@yahoo.com

UAE Embassy
Amarat Extension, Street No. 3
Khartoum, Sudan
Tel: + 249 183471094/471100; Fax: + 249 183 471110
Email: uaembassy@sudanmail.net

Norlandsgatan 20-10392, Stockholm
Norrlands Gatan 20, Stockholm, Sweden
Tel: + 468 4111244; Fax: + 468 4111245
Email: info@uaeembassy.se
UAE Mission
58, Rue de Moillebeau, 1209 Geneva
Tel: + 41 22 9180000; Fax: + 41 22 7345562
Email: intmission.uae@ies.itu.int
UAE Embassy
Al Mahdi bin Buraka Street
Abu Rumannah, Damascus, Syria
Tel: + 963 11 3339643/3335703/3330308; Fax: + 963 11 3317731
Email: emirat-damas@net.sy
Kaunda Drive House, No 2415
Dar es-salaam, Tanzania
Tel: + 255 2226 69999; Fax: + 255 2226 69996

The Embassy of the United Arab Emirates
Bangkok CRC Tower, 29th Floor,
All Seasons Place,
87/2 Wireless rd.,
Bangkok 10330,
Phone: (+66) 2 402 4000 Ext: 4302
Fax:(+66) 2 402 4005
Email: info@uaeembassy.or.th

UAE Embassy
9 Achtart Street,
Le Bevadere 1002, Tunis, Tunisia
Tel: + 2161 717 88888; Fax: + 2161 717 88777
Email: emirates.embassy@planet.tn
Turangons Bulvari 15, CAD 290
Sokak Mahallesi Cankaya,
Ankara, Turkey
Tel: + 90 312 4901414/4901468; Fax: + 90 312 4912333
Email: uaeemb@superonline.com
UAE Consulate General Turkey
Buyukdere Cad. Meseli Sok No 114
Levent Besiktas, Istanbul, Turkey
Tel: + 90 212 2796349; Fax: + 90 212 2780570

PO Box 744036 Archabil Avenue
41/1 Ahsgabat, Turkmenistan
Tel: + 99 312 481026/481027/481028; Fax: + 99 312 481029
Email: uaeembassy@online.tm
United Kingdom
Embassy of the United Arab Emirates
30 Prince’s Gate
London SW7 1PT, UK
Tel+44 20 75811281; Fax +44 20 75819616
Email: commerce@uaeembassyuk.net
Opening hours 9 a.m.— 3 p.m. Monday to Friday

The Military Attache's Office
Embassy of the United Arab Emirates
6 Queen's Gate Terrace,
Tel: +44 207 8237880; Fax: +44 207 2253008

Education Department
48 Prince's Gate,
Tel: +44 207 8237880; Fax: +44 207 5811870
United States of America
Embassy of the United Arab Emirates
3522 International Court , NW Washington DC 20008, USA
Tel: + 1 202 2432400; Fax: + 1 202 243 2432
Website: www.uae-embassy.org

USA - Cultural Division
3522 International Court, NW Suite 202, PO Box 39305
Washington DC 20008, USA
Tel: + 1 202 243 4444; Fax: + 1 202 243 4422

USA - Military Attache
3522 International Court, NW Suite 400, PO Box 39305
Washington DC 20008, USA
Tel: + 1 202 258 5555/2434300

USA - New York
United National 3 Dag Hammarkskjold 305,
E 47th Street, 7th Floor, New York,
NY10017, USA
Tel: + 1 212 371 0480/81/82; Fax: + 1 212 371 4923

Consulate General of the United Arab Emirates
107B Amir Timur Street, 100084 Tashken, Uzbekistan
Tel: + 99871 120000407; Fax: + 99871 1200300

Room 301-303 Hilton Hotel, No Le Thanh Tong St
Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: + 844 393 30607/30606; Fax: +844 393 30608
UAE Embassy
Circular Lane, Behind Central Security Building
Sana'a, Yemen
Tel: + 967 1 248777/8; Fax: + 967 1 248779

Accommodation in the UAE is of a very high standard and most of the world’s top hotel chains run five-star hotels in the Emirates, the pièces de resistance being the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi and the Burj al-Arab in Dubai. There are also a number of excellent locally run properties suitable for both tourists and business travellers. Several of the hotels are outstanding examples of modern architecture. Swimming pools, tennis courts and fully equipped health centres are the norm. Most waterfront hotels have excellent beaches and extensive watersports facilities. If your budget does not extend to a five-star hotel, there are alternatives, most also of a high standard.
Away from the main cities, some spectacular destinations, such as the Anantara-run Desert Islands Resort on Sir Bani Yas island, the dramatically located Qasr Al Sarab in the famous 'Empty Quarter' (the largest sand desert in the world) and the beautiful Banyan Tree Al Wadi in Ra's al-Khaimah, have opened up in recent years, adding impressive variety and value to the accommodation pool in the UAE. Fujairah, on the east coast, has also invested heavily in resorts.
Your choice of hotel will depend on the options on offer by your tour packager or the location and type of facilities that your require. For more detailed information on hotels in the UAE access the specialised websites listed in the links section at the top of the page.
For further information on accommodation access the following websites – some will take online bookings:

Most tourists visiting the UAE on all-in package tours will base themselves at one or more hotels in the UAE, using the ubiquitous and inexpensive taxis for sightseeing and shopping, and local tour companies for more extended trips. The Metro in Dubai is also an excellent way of getting around that city. However, it is worth remembering that cars and four-wheel drives are readily available for hire, the road network is excellent and there are intriguing places to visit far from the cosmopolitan cities.


We have included a wide range of travel tips in order to make your trip to the UAE an outstanding success. But do be aware that these are guidelines and some information, such as entry formalities, are subject to sudden changes and should be checked with your nearest UAE embassy before departure.
Personal safety
The UAE is one of the safest places in the world to visit. In fact, it has been designated the world’s safest holiday destination by the international travel industry on two occasions. Nevertheless, it is a good idea to take out travel insurance and to take the normal precaution to safeguard yourself and your valuables.
Police Headquarters
Abu Dhabi
02 4461461
04 2292222
06 5631111
06 7436000
Umm al-Qaiwain
06 5656662
Ra’s al-Khaimah
07 2333888
09 2370000
Dubai Police hotline (Al Ameen service) 8004888 alalmeen@emirates.net.ae
Emergency Numbers
998 or 999
04 3450520
East Coast Coastguard
09 2380380

Helicopter Service If you dial 999 or 04 2821111, Dubai Police guarantee that in an emergency a police helicopter will be with you within 8 minutes
Tipping is not compulsory, but is common practice. Gratuities to staff at hotels are at your discretion. Most restaurants add service charges to the bill (Abu Dhabi 16 per cent; Sharjah 15 per cent; Dubai 10 per cent). If this charge is not included, add 10 per cent of the total to the bill. Taxi drivers do not expect to be tipped. Supermarket baggers, bag carriers and windscreen washers at petrol stations are generally given a tip.
Ask permission before photographing people in general. Avoid photographing Muslim women and do not photograph airports, docks, telecommunications equipment, government buildings, military and industrial installations.
The UAE is four hours ahead of GMT. The time does not change during the summer. This means that there is a three-hour difference between UK and UAE local times in summer and a four-hour difference in winter.
Domestic supply is 220 volts. Sockets suitable for three-pin 13 amp plugs of British standard design are the norm. However, it is a good idea to bring an adaptor with you. Alternatively, adaptors can be purchased in local supermarkets. Appliances purchased in the UAE will generally have two-pin plugs attached.
The UAE uses the metric system, although British and US standard weights and measures are understood.
Lightweight summer clothing is ideal with a wrap, sweater or jacket for cooler winter nights and air-conditioned premises. Although the dress code in the UAE is generally casual, guests in the larger hotels do tend to dress more formally in the evening. Since you are visiting a Muslim country, bikinis, swimsuits, shorts and revealing tops should be confined to beach resorts. Women are usually advised not to wear short skirts and to keep their shoulders covered. Note that in Sharjah women are prohibited from wearing swimsuits on public beaches.
Most shopping centres, public gardens, museums etc have clean, well-maintained public toilets. Outside of the cities, you can find good public toilets at restaurants and petrol stations.

The standard of food hygiene and water quality is extremely high, especially in all of the larger centres. You should take the time to investigate conditions in smaller cafés in remote areas, although again standards are usually good. Raw salads and shawarmas (meat cooked on a spit and served in a pittta bread sandwich) are to be avoided if you have any doubts.

Drinking water is usually produced by desalination so it is normally safe to drink, nevertheless you may prefer the taste of bottled water. In any case it is advisable to drink plenty of water in the heat so carry a bottle with you at all times.


List of Restricted Medication in the UAE
Below is a list of Controlled Medicines and Medications, registered with the Ministry of Health in the UAE and enforced by the UAE Ministry of Interior and International Narcotic Controlled Board (INCB).

These items are essentially available only in hospitals and in large community pharmacies, under the prescription of doctors. The Ministry of Health advises that unlicensed, controlled medicines can only be imported into the UAE through hospitals and not by individuals.

However, the Drug Control Department of the Ministry of health does have special regulations for personal import of such items: patients or travelers carrying prescribed prescription medications must have their prescriptions issued by licensed doctors, attested by a notary public, and, in the case of U.S. citizens, duly authenticated by both the secretary of state of one’s U.S. state, and finally also authenticated by the Secretary of State of the U.S. Government in Washington, D.C.

Further queries may be directed to the UAE Ministry of Health’s Drug Control Department in Abu Dhabi, P.O. Box 848, Fax: + 971 2 6313 742.

The following list shows the serial number, trade name, generic name and the form of medicine.

1, 123 COLD Tablets, Codeine phosphate 8mg, Acetaminophen 325mg,Cafeine 30mg,Carbinoxamine maleate 3.06mg,Phenylephrine 5mg, Tablets
2, ABILIFY 10mg, Aripiprazole 10mg, Tablets
3, ABILIFY 15mg, Aripiprazole 15mg, Tablets
4, ABILIFY 20mg, Aripiprazole 20mg, Tablets
5, ABILIFY 30mg, Aripiprazole 30mg, Tablets
6, ACTIFED compound linctus, Codeine Phosphate10mg, Triprolidine1.25mg, Pseudoephedrine 30mg/5ml, Linctus
7, ACTIFED DM, Dextromethorphan 10mg , Triprolidine1.25mg, Pseudoephedrine 30mg/5ml, Linctus
8, ACTIVELLE , Estradiol & Norethisterone, Tablets
9, ADOL cold, Dextromethorphan HBr 15mg, Pseudoephedrine HCL 30mg, Paracetamol 325mg, Caplets
10, ADOL COLD HOT THERAPY, Paracetamol 650mg, Pseudoephedrine HCL 60.0 mg, Dextrometorphan HBr 30.0 mg, Sachets
11, ADOL compound, Codeine phosphate 10mg, Paracetamol 150mg,Cafeine 50mg,Salicylamide 200mg, Tablets
12, AKINETON 2mg, Biperiden HCL 2mg, Tablets
13, AKINETON 5mg, Biperiden Lactate 5mg/ml, Injection
14, AKINETON RETARD 4mg, Biperiden HCL 4mg, Tablets
15, ALGAPHAN, Dextropropoxyphene HCL 25mg Paracetamol 300mg, Tablets
16, ALGAPHAN, Propoxyphene HCL 75mg Chlorobutanol 10 mg/2ml, Injection
17, ANAFRANIL 10, Clomipramine HCL 10 mg, Tablets
18, ANAFRANIL 25, Clomipramine HCL 25 mg, Tablets
19, ANAFRANIL S.R 75, Clomipramine HCL 75 mg, Tablets
20, ANDRIOL 40mg, Testosterone undecanoate 40mg, Capsules
21, ANEXATE 0.5mg/5ml, Flumazenil 0.1mg/ml, Injection
22, ANEXATE 1mg/10ml, Flumazenil 0.1mg/ml, Injection
23, ARTANE 2, Benzhexol HCL 2 mg, Tablets
24, ARTANE 5, Benzhexol HCL 5mg, Tablets
25, ARTHROTEC 50, Misoprostol 0.2mg Diclofenac sodium 50mg, Tablets
26, ATIVAN 1, Lorazepam 1mg, Tablets
27, AURIMEL, Carbinoxamine maleate 2mg , Dextromethorphan HBr 5mg , Phenylephrine HCL 5mg , Sodium citrate 325 mg/5ml, Syrup
28, AURORIX 100, Moclobemide 100mg, Tablets
29, AURORIX 150, Moclobemide 150mg, Tablets
30, AURORIX 300, Meclobemide 300 mg, Tablets
31, BARNETIL 200mg/2ml, Sultopride 200mg/2ml, Injection
32, BARNETIL 400, Sultopride 400mg, Tablets
33, BENZTRONE 5mg/ml, Oestradiol Benzoate 5mg/ml, Injection
34, BEPRO, Papaverine HCL 12.5mg, Codeine Sulphate 125mg, Calcium Iodide 1gm, Glycerine 5gm/100ml, Syrup
35, BRONCHOLAR, Dextromethorphan HBr 7.5mg Guaifenesin 50mg,Ephedrine HCl 7.5mg,Chlorpheniramine maleate 1.25mg/5ml, Mixture
36, BRONCHOLAR forte, Dextromethorphan HBr 15mg Ephedrine HCL 7.5mg,Guaifenesin 50mg,Chlorpheniramine maleate 1.25mg/5ml, Mixture
37, BRONCHOPHANE, Dextromethorphan HBr 125mg Diphenydramine HCl 100mg,Ephedrine HCl 150mg,Guaifenesin 1gm/100ml, Syrup
38, BUCCASTEM 3mg, Prochlorperazine Maleate 3mg, Tablets
39, BUSPAR 10 , Buspirone HCL 10mg, Tablets
40, BUSPAR 30 mg, Buspirone HCl 30 mg, Tablets Dividose
41, BUSPAR 5 , Buspirone HCL 5 mg, Tablets
42, CAMCOLITE 250, Lithium Carbonate 250mg, Tablets
43, CAMCOLITE 400, Lithium Carbonate 400mg, Tablets
44, CANTOR 50, Minaprine 50mg, Tablets
45, CELLCEPT 250mg, Mycophenolate mofetil 250mg, Capsules
46, CELLCEPT 500mg, Mycophenolate mofetil 500mg, Capsules
47, CIPRALEX 10mg, Escitalopram (as Escitlopram oxalate) 10mg/tablet, Tablets
48, Cipralex 10mg, Escitalopram, Tablet
49, CIPRALEX 15mg, Escitalopram (as Escitlopram oxalate) 15mg/tablet, Tablets
50, Cipralex 15mg, Escitalopram, Tablet
51, CIPRALEX 20mg, Escitalopram (as Escitlopram oxalate) 20mg/tablet, Tablets
52, Cipralex 20mg, Escitalopram, Tablet
53, CIPRALEX 5mg, Escitalopram (as Escitlopram oxalate) 5mg/tablet, Tablets
54, CIPRAM 20, Citalopram 20 mg, Tablets
55, CLIMEN, Micronised Estradiol Valerate(pink) 2mg/1tab, Micronised Estradiol Valerate(white) 2mg/1tab, Micronised Cyproterone Acetate (Pink) 1mg/1 tab., Tablets
56, CLOPIXOL 2, Zuclopenhtixol diHCL 2mg, Tablets
57, CLOPIXOL 25, Zuclopenhtixol diHCL 25mg, Tablets
58, CLOPIXOL -Acuphase 100mg, Zuclopenhtixol acetate 100mg/2ml, Injection
59, CLOPIXOL Depot 200, Zuclopenhtixol decanoate 200mg/ml, Injection
60, CLOPIXOL Depot 500, Zuclopenhtixol acetate 500mg/ml, Injection
61, CLOPIXOL10, Zuclopenhtixol diHCL 10mg, Tablets
62, CLOPIXOL-Acuphase 50mg, Zuclopenhtixol acetate 50mg/ml, Injection
63, CODAPHED, Codeine phosphate 8mg Chlorpheniramine maleate 2mg , Ephedrine HCL 15mg/10ml, Syrup
64, Codaphed Plus, Chlorpheniramine Maleate Ephedrine HCl,Codeine Phosphate,Ammonium Chloride , Syrup
65, CODILAR, Dextromethorphan HBr100mg Phenylephrine HCL 40mg,Chlorpheniramine maleate 20mg/100ml, Syrup
66, CODIPRONT, Codeine 30mg, Phenyltoloxamine 10mg, Capsules
67, CODIPRONT , Codeine 11.1mg , Phenyltoloxamine 3.7mg/5ml, Syrup
68, CODIPRONT Cum Exp., Codeine 200mg , Guaiphenesine 1gm,Phenyltoloxamine 66mg , Thyme ext. 1gm/100gm, Syrup
69, CODIPRONT Cum Exp., Codeine 30mg , Phenyltoloxamine 10mg,Guaifenesin 100mg, Tablets
70, CODIS, Aspirin 500 mg,Codeine Phosphate 8 mg, Tablets
71, COLDEX-D, Dextromethorphan HBr 10mg , Pseudoephedrine HCl 30mg, Chlorpheniramine maleate 1.25mg, Glyceryl guaicolate 50mg/5ml, Syrup
72, CYTOTEC, Misoprostol 200mcg, Tablets
73, DEANXIT, Flupentixol diHCL 0.5mg, Melitracene HCL 10mg, Tablets
74, DECA DURABOLIN 25mg/ml, Nandrolone Decanoate 25mg/ml, Injection
75, DECA DURABOLIN 50mg/ml, Nandrolone Decanoate 50mg/ml, Injection
76, DEHYDROBENZ-PERIDOL , Droperidol 2.5mg/ml, Injection
77, DEMETRIN 10, Prazepam 10mg, Tablets
78, DEXTROKUF , Dextromethorphan HBr 15mg/5ml, Syrup
79, DEXTROLAG, Dextromethorphan HBr 10mg , Guaifenesin 100mg, Chlorpheniramine maleate 2mg,Amonium chloride 25mg/5ml, Syrup
80, DHC CONTINUS, Dihydrocodeine tartrate 60mg, Tablets
81, DIALAG microclysma, Diazepam 5mg/2.5ml, Rectal solution
82, DIALAG microclysma, Diazepam 10mg/2.5ml, Rectal solution
83, DIAPAM 10, Diazepam 10mg, Tablets
84, DIAPAM 2, Diazepam 2mg, Tablets
85, DIAPAM 5, Diazepam 5mg, Tablets
86, DIARSED, Diphenoxylate HCL 2.5mg , Atropine sulphate 0.025mg, Tablets
87, DIAXINE, Diphenoxylate HCl 2.5mg, Atropine sulphate 0.025mg, Tablets
88, DIAZEPAM 2, Diazepam 2mg, Tablets
89, DIAZEPAM 5, Diazepam 5mg, Tablets
90, DICTON retard 30, Codeine 11mg , Carbinoxamine 1.5mg/5ml, Syrup
91, DIPRIVAN 1% w/v, Propofol 1.00% w/v, I.V. Infusion
92, DIPRIVAN 2% w/v, Propofol 20mg/1ml, I.V. Infusion
93, DISTALGESIC, Propoxyphene HCL 32.5mg Paracetamol 325mg, Tablets
94, DOGMATIL 100, Sulpiride 100 mg/2ml, Injection
95, DOGMATIL 25mg/5ml, Sulpiride 25mg/5ml, Solution
96, DOGMATIL 50, Sulpiride 50 mg, Capsules
97, DOGMATIL Forte, Sulpiride 200 mg, Tablets
98, DORMICUM 15, Midazolam 15mg, Tablets
99, DORMICUM 15mg/3ml, Midazolam 15mg/3ml, Injection
100, DORMICUM 5mg/ml, Midazolam 5mg/ml, Injection
101, DORMICUM 7.5mg, Midazolam 7.5mg, Tablets
102, DORSILON, Mephenoxalone 200mg,Paracetamol 450mg , Tablets
103, EDRONAX 4mg, Reboxetine 4mg, Tablets
104, EFEXOR 37.5, Venlafaxine 37.5mg, Tablets
105, EFEXOR 75, Venlafaxine 75mg, Tablets
106, EFEXOR XR 150, Venlafaxine Hydrochloride 150mg, Capsules
107, EFEXOR XR 75, Venlafaxine Hydrochloride 75mg, Capsules
108, ESTRACOMB TTS, Oestradiol 4mg,Norethisterone acetate 30mg(Patch 1)+Oestradiol 10mg(Patch 2), Patches
109, ESTRADERM TTS 100, Estradiol 8mg/20cm2, Patches
110, ESTRADERM TTS 25, Estradiol 2mg/5cm2, Patches
111, ESTRADERM TTS 50, Estradiol 4mg/10cm2, Patches
112, ESTROFEM , Oestradiol 2mg, Tablets
113, ESTROFEM FORTE, Oestradiol 4mg, Tablets
114, FAVERIN 100, Fluvoxamine maleate 100mg, Tablets
115, FAVERIN 50, Fluvoxamine maleate 50mg, Tablets
116, FEMOSTON 2/10, Dydrogesterone (Y) 10mg, Estradiol (O) 2.0mg, Estradiol (Y) 2.0mg, Tablets
117, FLEXIBAN, Cyclobenzaprine HCL 10mg/tab., Tablets
118, FLUANXOL 0.25, Flupenthixol 0.25mg, Tablets
119, FLUANXOL 0.5, Flupenthixol 0.5mg, Tablets
120, FLUANXOL 1, Flupenthixol 1mg, Tablets
121, FLUANXOL 3, Flupenthixol 3mg, Tablets
122, FLUANXOL Depot, Flupenthixol 20mg/ml, Injection
123, FLUANXOL Depot, Flupentixol decanoate 100mg/ml, Injection
124, FLUOXONE DIVULE, Fluoxetine 22.4mg, Capsules
125, FLUNEURIN 20mg, Fluoxetin 20mg/1capsule, Capsules
126, FLUTIN 20mg, Fluoxetine Hydrochloride 20mg, Capsules
127, FLUXETYL 20mg, Fluoxetine ( as F. Hydrochloride) 20mg/capsule, Capsules
128, FRISIUM 10, Clobazam 10 mg, Tablets
129, FRISIUM 20, Clobazam 20 mg, Tablets
130, GARDINAL SODIUM, Phenobarbitone sodium 200mg/ml, Injection
131, GENOTROPIN 16 IU (5.3mg), Somatropin 16IU/1Cartridge, Powder for Injection
132, GENOTROPIN 36 IU (5.3mg), Somatropin 36IU/1Cartridge, Powder for Injection
133, HALDOL 0.5, Haloperidol 0.5mg, Tablets
134, HALDOL 2mg/ml, Haloperidol 2mg/ml, Drops
135, HALDOL 5, Haloperidol 5mg, Tablets
136, HALDOL 5mg/ml, Haloperidol 5mg/ml, Injection
137, HALDOL Decanoas, Haloperidol 50mg/ml, Injection
138, HALDOL Decanoas, Haloperidol 100mg/ml, Injection
139, HEMINEVRIN, Chlormethiazole 300mg, Miglyol(812) 125mg, Capsules
140, IMUKIN 100mcg/0.5ml, Recombinant Human Interferon-gamma 6000000 IU/ml, Injection*
141, INSIDON 50, Opipramol 50mg, Tablets
142, INTARD, Diphenoxylate HCl 2.5mg, Atropine sulphate 0.025mg, Tablets
143, INTRAVAL, Thiopentone Sodium 0.5g/1vial, Injection
144, IXEL 25mg, Milnacipran 25mg/capsule, Capsules
145, IXEL 50mg, Milnacipran 505mg/capsule, Capsules
146, KAFOSED, Dextromethorphan HBr 15mg/5ml, Syrup
147, KEMADRIN 10mg/2ml, Procyclidine HCL 10mg/2ml, Injection
148, KEMADRIN 5mg, Procyclidine HCL 5mg, Tablets
149, KETALAR 10, Ketamine HCL 10mg/ml, Injection
150, KETALAR 50, Ketamine HCL 50mg/ml, Injection
151, KLIOGEST, Oestradiol 2mg,Norethisterone 1mg, Tablets
152, LAGAFLEX, Carisoprodol 300 mg,Paracetamol 250mg, Tablets
153, LARGACTIL, Chlorpromazine HCL 25mg/5ml, Syrup
154, LARGACTIL 10, Chlorpromazine HCL 10mg, Tablets
155, LARGACTIL 100, Chlorpromazine HCL 100mg, Tablets
156, LARGACTIL 25, Chlorpromazine HCL 25mg, Tablets
157, LARGACTIL 25mg/ml, Chlorpromazine HCL 25mg/ml, Injection
158, LARGACTIL 50, Chlorpromazine HCL 50mg, Tablets
159, LARGACTIL 50mg/2ml, Chlorpromazine HCL 50mg/2ml, Injection
160, LARGACTIL100, Chlorpromazine HCL 100mg, Suppo.
161, LEXOTANIL 1.5, Bromazepam 1.5 mg, Tablets
162, LEXOTANIL 3, Bromazepam 3 mg, Tablets
163, LEXOTANIL 6, Bromazepam 6 mg, Tablets
164, LIMBITROL, Amitriptyline 12.5 mg, Chlordiazepoxide 5 mg, Capsules
165, LIORESAL 10, Baclofen 10 mg, Tablets
166, LIORESAL 25, Baclofen 25 mg, Tablets
167, LOMOTIL, Diphenoxylate HCl 2.5mg, Atropine sulphate 0.025mg, Tablets
168, LUDIOMIL 10, Maprotiline HCL 10mg, Tablets
169, LUDIOMIL 25, Maprotiline HCL 25mg, Tablets
170, LUDIOMIL 50, Maprotiline HCL 50mg, Tablets
171, LUDIOMIL 75, Maprotiline HCL 75mg, Tablets
172, MELLERIL 0.5%, Thioridazine HCL 0.5%, Susp.
173, MELLERIL 10, Thioridazine HCL 10mg, Tablets
174, MELLERIL 100, Thioridazine HCL 100mg, Tablets
175, MELLERIL 25, Thioridazine HCL 25mg, Tablets
176, MELLERIL 50, Thioridazine HCL 50mg, Tablets
177, MENOGON 75IU, Menotrophin HMG 75IU/1Ampoule, Injection
178, MUSCADOL, Orphenadrine citrate 35mg , Paracetamol 450mg, Tablets
179, MYOGESIC, Orphenadrine 35mg,Paracetamol 450mg, Tablets
180, NEOTIGASON 10, Acitretin 10 mg, Capsules
181, NEOTIGASON 25, Acitretin 25 mg, Capsules
182, NOBRIUM 10, Medazepam 10mg, Capsules
183, NOBRIUM 5, Medazepam 5mg, Capsules
184, NOCTRAN 10, Clorazepate dipotassium 10mg, Acepromazine maleate 1.016mg, Aceprometazine maleate 10.16mg, Tablets
185, NORACOD, Codeine 10mg,Paracetamol 500mg, Tablets
186, NORCURON 10mg, Vecuronium Bromide 10mg/ampoule, Powder for injection
187, NORCURON 4mg, Vecuronium Bromide 4.0mg/ampoule, Powder for injection
188, NORDITROPIN 12IU, Somatropine 12 IU, Injection
189, NORDITROPIN 4IU, Somatropine 4 IU, Injection
190, NORDITROPIN Pen set 12, Somatropine 12 IU, Injection S/C
191, NORDITROPIN Pen set 24, Somatropine 24 IU, Injection S/C
192, Norditropin SimpleXx
10mg/1.5ml, Somatropin, Inj/
193, Norditropin SimpleXx
15mg/1.5 ml, Somatropin, Inj/
194, Norditropin SimpleXx
5mg/1.5 ml, Somatropin, Inj/
195, Norditropin Nordilet
5mg/1.5 ml, Somatropin, Inj in Prefilled pen
196, Norditropin Nordilet
10mg/1.5 ml, Somatropin, Inj. in Prefilled pen
197, Norditropin Nordilet
15mg/1.5 ml, Somatropin, Inj. in Prefilled pen
198, NORFLEX, Orphenadrine citrate 30mg/ml, Injection
199, NORFLEX 100, Orphenadrine citrate 100mg, Tablets
200, NORGESIC, Orphenadrine citrate 35mg Paracetamol 450mg, Tablets
201, NUBAIN 10mg/ml, Nalbuphine HCL 10mg/ml, Injection
202, NUBAIN 20mg/ml, Nalbuphine HCL 20mg/ml, Injection
203, Nuvaring, Etonogestrel & Ethinylestradiol, Vaginal Ring
204, ORAP , Pimozide 1mg, Tablets
205, ORAP Forte, Pimozide 4mg, Tablets
206, OXETINE, Fluoxetine Hydrochloride 20mg, Tablets
207, PARACODOL, Codeine phosphate 8mg , Paracetamol 500mg, Eff.Tab.
208, PARACODOL, Codeine phosphate 8mg , Paracetamol 500mg, Tablets
209, PHENSEDYL, Codeine phosphate 8.9mg Promethazine HCL 3.6mg Ephedrine HCL 7.2mg/5ml, Linctus
210, PHYSEPTONE, Methadone HCL 10mg/ml, Injection
211, PHYSEPTONE 5, Methadone HCL 5mg, Tablets
212, PREPULSID, Cisapride 1mg/ml, Suspension
213, PREPULSID, Cisapride 30mg, Supp.
214, PREPULSID 10mg, Cisapride 10mg, Tablets
215, PREPULSID 5mg, Cisapride 5mg, Tablets
216, PRIMOTESTONE depot 100mg, Testosterone Enanthate 110mg, Testosterone Propionate 25mg, =Testosterone 100mg /ml , Injection
217, PRIMOTESTONE depot 250mg, Testosterone enanthate 250mg/1ml , Injection
218, PROGYLUTON, Estradiol Valerate 2mg/11white tab., Estradiol Valerate 2mg &Norgestrol 0.5mg/10 orange tab., Tablets
219, PROKINATE, Cisapride 5mg/5ml, Suspension
220, PROKINATE 10mg, Cisapride 10mg, Tablets
221, PROKINATE 5mg, Cisapride 5mg, Tablets
222, PROLIXIN 25mg/ml, Fluphenazine decanoate 25mg/ml, Injection
223, PROPESS, Prostaglandin E2 10mg/pessary, Vaginal Pessaries
224, PROTHIADEN 25, Dothiepin HCl 25mg, Capsules
225, PROTHIADEN 75, Dothiepin HCl 75mg, Tablets
226, PROVIRON, Mesterolone 25mg, Tablets
227, PROZAC, Fluoxetine 20mg, Tablets
228, PROZAC, Fluoxetine 20mg/5ml, Liquid
229, PROZAC Weekly 90mg , Fluoxetine ( as F. Hydrochloride) 90mg/capsule, Capsules
230, REDUCTIL 10mg, Sibutramine Hydrochloride Monohydarte 10mg, Capsules
231, REDUCTIL 15mg, Sibutramine Hydrochloride Monohydarte 15mg, Capsules
232, REMERON 15 mg, Mirtazapine 15mg, Tablets
233, REMERON 30 mg, Mirtazapine 30mg, Tablets
234, REMERON 45 mg, Mirtazapine 45mg, Tablets
235, Remeron Sol Tab 30mg , Mirtazapine, Tablets
236, REVACOD, Codeine Phosphate 10mg, Paracetamol 500mg/1 tab., Tablets
237, RHINOTUSSAL, Dextromethorphan HBr 20mg Phenylephrine HCL 20mg,Carbinoxamine maleate 4mg, Capsules
238, RIAPHAN 15mg/5ml, Dextromethorphan HBr 15mg/5ml, Syrup
239, RISPERDAL 1, Risperidone 1mg, Tablets
240, RISPERDAL 1mg/ml, Risperidone 1mg/1ml, Oral Solution
241, RISPERDAL 2, Risperidone 2mg, Tablets
242, RISPERDAL 3, Risperidone 3mg, Tablets
243, RISPERDAL 4, Risperidone 4mg, Tablets
244, Risperidal Consta 25mg, Risperidone, Inj/ Suspension
245, Risperidal Consta 37.5 mg, Risperidone, Inj/ Suspension
246, Risperidal Consta 50 mg, Risperidone, Inj/ Suspension
247, RITALIN 10, Methylphenidate HCL 10mg, Tablets
248, RITALIN SR 20mg, Methylphenidate HCL 20mg/1tab., Tablets
249, RIVOTRIL 0.25%, Clonazepam 0.25%, Drops
250, RIVOTRIL 0.5, Clonazepam 0.5 mg, Tablets
251, RIVOTRIL 1mg/ml, Clonazepam 1mg/ml, Injection
252, RIVOTRIL 2, Clonazepam 2mg, Tablets
253, ROACCUTANE 10, Isotretinoin 10mg, Capsules
254, ROACCUTANE 2.5, Isotretinoin 2.5mg, Capsules
255, ROACCUTANE 20, Isotretinoin 20mg, Capsules
256, ROACCUTANE 5, Isotretinoin 5mg, Capsules
257, ROBAXIN, Methocarbamol 100mg/ml, Injection
258, ROBAXIN 500, Methocarbamol 500mg, Tablets
259, ROBAXISAL, Methocarbamol 400mg,Aspirin 325mg, Tablets
260, ROBITUSSIN-CF, Dextromethorphan HBr 10mg , Guaifenesin 100mg,Pseudoephedrine HCl 30mg /5ml, Syrup
261, ROMILAR 1.5%, Dextromethorphan 15mg/ml, Drops
262, ROMILAR 15, Dextromethorphan 15mg, Dragees
263, ROMILAR EXPECTORANT, Dextromethorphan 3.06mg , Ammonium chloride 18mg, Panthenol 11mg/1ml, Syrup
264, SAIZEN 4 IU, Somatropine 4 IU, Injection
265, SALIPAX, Fluoxetine 20mg, Capsules
266, SANDOSTATIN 0.05, Octreotide 0.05mg/ml, Injection
267, SANDOSTATIN 0.1, Octreotide 0.1mg/ml, Injection
268, SANDOSTATIN 0.2, Octreotide 0.2mg/ml, Injection
269, SANDOSTATIN 0.5, Octreotide 0.5mg/ml, Injection
270, SAROTEN Retard 25, Amitriptyline HCL 25 mg, Capsules
271, SAROTEN Retard 50, Amitriptyline HCL 50 mg, Capsules
272, SEDOFAN DM, Dextromethorphan HBr 10mg Triprolidine 1.25mg, Pseudoephedrine HCL 30mg/5ml, Syrup
273, SEDOFAN-P, Dextromethorphan HBr 15mg, Tablets
274, SERENACE 0.5, Haloperidol 0.5mg, Tablets
275, SERENACE 1.5, Haloperidol 1.5mg, Tablets
276, SERENACE 10, Haloperidol 10mg, Tablets
277, SERENACE 5, Haloperidol 5mg, Tablets
278, SEROQUEL 100 mg, Quetiapine 100 mg, Tablets
279, SEROQUEL 200 mg, Quetiapine 200 mg, Tablets
280, SEROQUEL 25 mg, Quetiapine 25 mg, Tablets
281, SEROQUEL Patient Starter Pack, Quetiapine 100 mg/tab. (2 tablets), Quetiapine 25 mg/tab. (6 tablets), Tablets
282, SEROXAT 20, Paroxetine 20mg, Tablets
283, SERZONE 100mg, Nefazodone HCL 100mg, Tablets
284, SERZONE 150mg, Nefazodone HCL 150mg, Tablets
285, SERZONE 200mg, Nefazodone HCL 200mg, Tablets
286, SERZONE 250mg, Nefazodone HCL 250mg, Tablets
287, SERZONE 50mg, Nefazodone HCL 50mg, Tablets
288, SIRDALUD 2, Tizanidine 2mg, Tablets
289, SIRDALUD 4, Tizanidine 4mg, Tablets
290, SOMADRYL compound, Carisoprodol 200mg Paracetamol 160mg,Caffeine 32mg, Tablets
291, SONATA 10mg, Zaleplon 10mg/1capsule, Capsules
292, SONATA 5mg, Zaleplon 5mg/1capsule, Capsules
293, SOSEGON 50mg, Pentazocine HCL 56.4mg, Tablets
294, ST.JOSEPH cough, Dextromethorphan HBr 0.1179%w/w, Syrup
295, STADOL 1mg/ml, Butorphanol tartrate 1mg/ml, Injection
296, STADOL 2mg/ml, Butorphanol tartrate 2mg/ml, Injection
297, STADOL 4mg/2ml, Butorphanol tartrate 4mg/2ml, Injection
298, STELAZINE 1, Trifluoperazine 1mg, Tablets
299, STELAZINE 10, Trifluoperazine 10mg, Capsules
300, STELAZINE 15, Trifluoperazine 15mg, Spansule
301, STELAZINE 2, Trifluoperazine 2mg, Spansule
302, STELAZINE 5, Trifluoperazine 5mg, Tablets
303, STEMETIL, Prochlorperazine maleate 0.1%w/v, Syrup
304, STEMETIL, Prochlorperazine maleate 25mg, Tablets
305, STEMETIL, Prochlorperazine maleate 5mg, Tablets
306, STEMETIL, Prochlorperazine maleate12.5mg/ml, Injection
307, STEMETIL, Prochlorperazine maleate 25mg/2ml, Injection
308, STERANDRYL RETARD 250mg, Testosterone Hexahydrobenzoate 125mg, Trans-hexahydroterephtalate of n-butyl and Testosterone 125mg/ampoule, Injection
309, STESOLID, Diazepam 0.4mg/ml, Syrup
310, STESOLID, Diazepam 2mg, Tablets
311, STESOLID, Diazepam 5mg, Tablets
312, STESOLID, Diazepam 5mg/ml, Injection
313, STESOLID, Diazepam 5mg/2.5ml, Rectal solution
314, STESOLID, Diazepam 10mg/2.5ml, Rectal solution
315, STILNOX 10mg, Zolpidem Tartrate 10mg/1 tab., Tablets
316, STIVANE 300, Pyrisuccideanol dimaleate 300mg, Capsules
317, SUBUTEX 2mg, Buprenorphine HCL 2mg/1tab., Tablets
318, SUBUTEX 8mg, Buprenorphine HCL 8mg/1tab., Tablets
319, SURMONTIL 25, Trimipramine maleate 35mg, Tablets
320, SURMONTIL 50, Trimipramine maleate 69.75mg, Capsules
321, SUSTANON 250mg, Testosterone Propionate 30mg, Testosterone Phenylpropionate 60mg, Testosterone isocaproate 60mg, Testosterone decanoate 100mg, Injection
322, TEKAM 10, Ketamine HCL 10mg/ml, Injection
323, TEKAM 50, Ketamine HCL 50mg/ml, Injection
324, TEMGESIC 0.3mg/ml , Buprenorphine HCL 0.3 mg/ml, Injection
325, TEMGESIC 0.6mg/2ml, Buprenorphine HCL 0.6mg/2ml, Injection
326, TEMGESIC Sublingual, Buprenorphine HCL 0.2 mg, Tablets
327, TIAPRIDAL 100, Tiapride 100mg, Tablets
328, TIAPRIDAL 100mg/2ml, Tiapride 100mg/2ml, Injection
329, TICLID, Ticlopidine 250mg, Tablets
330, TIXYLIX, Pholcodine 1.5mg Promethazine HCL 1.5mg/5ml, Linctus
331, TOFRANIL 10, Imipramine 10mg, Tablets
332, TOFRANIL 25, Imipramine 25mg, Tablets
333, TRAMAL 100mg, Tramadol 100mg, Supp.
334, TRAMAL 100mg/2ml, Tramadol 100mg/2ml, Injection
335, TRAMAL 100mg/ml, Tramadol 100mg/ml, Drops
336, TRAMAL 50mg, Tramadol 50mg, Capsules
337, TRAMAL 50mg/ml, Tramadol 50mg/ml, Injection
338, TRAMAL Retard 100, Tramadol 100mg, Tablets
339, TRAMUNDIN RETARD 100 mg, Tramadol 100mg, Tablets
340, TRAMUNDIN RETARD 150 mg, Tramadol 150mg, Tablets
341, TRAMUNDIN RETARD 200 mg, Tramadol 200mg, Tablets
342, TRANXENE 10, Clorazepate dipotassium 10mg, Capsules
343, TRANXENE 5, Clorazepate dipotassium 5mg, Capsules
344, TREXAN 50, Naltrexone HCL 50mg, Tablets
345, TRISEQUENS, Oestradiol 2mg(blue tab),Oestradiol 2mg,Norethisterone acetate 1mg(white tab),Oestradiol 1mg(red tab), Tablets
346, TRISEQUENS forte, Oestradiol 4mg(yellow tab),Oestradiol 4mg,Norethisterone acetate 1mg(white tab),Oestradiol 1mg(red tab), Tablets
347, TRYPTIZOL 25, Amitriptyline HCL 25 mg, Tablets
348, TUSCALMAN, Noscapine HCL 15mg , Aether Guaiacolglycerinatus 100mg/10ml, Syrup
349, TUSSIFIN with codeine, Codeine phosphate 75mg Chlorpheniramine maleate 25mg,Glyceryl guaicolate 1gm,Sodium benzoate 3gm,Potassium citrate 3gm,Liquorice 7.5gm/100ml, Syrup
350, ULTIVA 1mg, Remifentanil 1mg/vial, Injection
351, ULTIVA 2mg, Remifentanil 2mg/vial, Injection
352, ULTIVA 5mg, Remifentanil 5mg/vial, Injection
353, UNIFED DM, Triprolidine HCl 1.25 mg, Pseudoephedrine (HCl) 30mg, Dextromethorphan HBr 10 mg/5ml, Syrup
354, VALIUM, Diazepam 2mg/5ml, Syrup
355, VALIUM , Diazepam 10mg/2ml, Injection
356, VALIUM 10, Diazepam 10mg, Tablets
357, VALIUM 2, Diazepam 2mg, Tablets
358, VALIUM 5, Diazepam 5mg, Tablets
359, VECURONIUM BROMIDE FOR INJECTION 10mg, Vecuronium Bromide 10mg/1 vial, Powder for Injection
360, VECURONIUM BROMIDE FOR INJECTION 20mg, Vecuronium Bromide 20mg/1 vial, Powder for Injection
361, VESANOID 10mg, Tretinoin 10mg, Capsules
362, VIRORMONE 10mg, Testosterone Propionate 10mg, Injection
363, VIRORMONE 10mg, Testosterone Propionate 10mg, Tablets
364, VIRORMONE 25mg, Testosterone Propionate 25mg, Tablets
365, VIRORMONE 25mg, Testosterone Propionate 25mg, Injection
366, XANAX 0.25 , Alprazolam 0.25 mg, Tablets
367, XANAX 0.5, Alprazolam 0.5 mg, Tablets
368, XANAX 1, Alprazolam 1 mg, Tablets
369, Zeldox 20mg/ml, Ziprasidone, Inj/Powder
370, ZOLOFT, Sertraline 50mg, Tablets
371, ZYPREXA 10 mg, Olanzapine 10 mg, Tablets
372, ZYPREXA 10 mg, Olanzapine 10 mg, Injection
373, ZYPREXA 5 mg, Olanzapine 5 mg, Tablets
374, ZYPREXA 7.5 mg, Olanzapine 7.5 mg, Tablets


The UAE operates a free, open economy and there are no currency regulations in operation. It is extremely easy to change money at banks and exchange houses throughout the country where the best rates are available.

The dirham (pronounced dir-ham) is the official currency of the UAE. Dirham notes are in 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, and 1000 denominations. The dirham is divided into 100 fils, coins include Dh1, 50, 25, 10 and 5 fils (10 and 5 fils are rarely used). The value is written in Arabic only but Arabic numerals are easy to memorize (see section on Arabic Language).
There are no currency regulations and foreign currency of almost any denomination is readily exchanged in the UAE. The dirham is index linked to the dollar and the official exchange rate is Dh3.671 = US$ 1.00. The best exchange rates are generally available at private moneychangers found throughout the UAE, but especially in the more popular souqs and shopping centres.

The UAE Exchange Centre (associated with Western Union) has branches throughout the UAE. Thomas Cook Al Rostamani (authorized representative of Thomas Cook’s financial division) and Al Razouki International Exchange Company are also well represented.
The UAE Exchange Centre
Abu Dhabi
02 6322166
04 3537070
06 5625125
Al Ain
03 7654258
06 7424666
09 2226665
Ra's al-Khaimah
07 2271066

Thomas Cook Al Rostamani Exchange Company
Abu Dhabi
02 6727717
04 2223564
06 5614656
Al Ain
03 7665558
09 2226822

Al Razouki International Exchange
Abu Dhabi
02 6210308
04 2615113
06 5624129

Al Fardan Exchange
Abu Dhabi
02 6223222
04 3513535
06 5635371
Al Ain
03 7656325
02 8774877

Hotel exchange rates
Hotels offer a bureau de change service. However the rate is usually less favourable than that available at moneychangers and banks..
Personal cheques
Although there have been major changes in recent years, the UAE is still a cash-driven society and personal cheques are not readily accepted.
Travellers’ cheques
Most travellers’ cheques can be cashed at hotels, some moneychangers and banks. You should enquire about the commission before exchanging your cheques.
Credit cards
Most internationally recognized credit cards (e.g. VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Diners) are accepted by car rental companies, larger shops, hotels and some restaurants. However, you should carry some cash for general shopping and eating out at smaller establishments. Some small retailers, even if they do accept credit cards, may charge an additional 5 per cent for processing your payment with a credit card.

Lost credit cards
American Express
04 3365000
Diner’s Club
04 3498200
MasterCard International
04 3138888
04 3319690
800 4420
800 4000
Emirates Bank International
800 4080
Mashreq Bank
800 4010
Standard Chartered
04 3520455
Commercial Bank of Dubai
800 4474
National Bank of Dubai
800 4767/04 2233166
Your ATM card is probably the most convenient method of obtaining cash and ATM’s are located at many local banks. However, it would be wise to check beforehand with your own bank whether your card will work in the UAE. Check also whether there is a transaction fee for cash withdrawal from ATM machines using a foreign bankcard.


Eating Out
Visitors from many parts of the world along with a multi-ethnic resident community have ensured that a sophisticated and innovative food culture has developed in the UAE. Almost any type of food is available, from classic European to Pacific Rim. You can eat Mexican, Polynesian, Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Korean, Indian, Pakistani, Persian, Italian and French cooking, and more, at some of the finest restaurants in the Middle East.
In recent years, celebrity chefs have launched a variety of fashionable pricey restaurants in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Gordon Ramsay’s Verre (04 227 1111) at The Hilton Dubai Creek was the first to open. It is now run by Michelin-starred Head Chef Scott and is famous for its chef’s table.
Gary Rhodes’ Mezzanine (04 399 8888) features many of his original British-inspired dishes in an elegant setting at Dubai Marina’s Grosvenor House. Rhodes has also opened the Rhodes Twenty10 grill at the nearby Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort .
Vineet Bhatia, the first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star, is shining bright and clear at Indego (04 399 8888) also in Dubai Marina’s Grosvenor House.
Renowned Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa produces some of his signature dishes at Nobu (04 426 26260) in Atlantis Hotel at the tip of The Palm.
Three restaurants were also launched at the newly opened One&Only The Palm resort in Dubai under the guidance of the Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alleno. Whilst Michelin-starred French chef Pierre Gagnaire recreates French style at his richly-decorated restaurant Reflets (04 701 1111) in Dubai's Intercontinental Hotel in Festival City.
Abu Dhabi has not been left behind in the rush to open up branded restaurants with a focus on fine dining. Hakkasan (02 690 7999), famous for its flagship Michelin-starred London-based Chinese restaurant, is making a name for itself at Emirates Palace Hotel on the Corniche.
Marco Pierre White, who operates a branded restaurant Frankie’s on Dubai’s JBR Walk in conjunction with the jockey Frankie Dettori, has also opened a steakhouse and Frankie's Italian Restaurant and Bar (02 654 3238) at Abu Dhabi’s Fairmont Bab Al Bahr.
The world-famous Italian restaurant brand Cipriani’s (02 565 0010) can be experienced in all its splendour at Yas Marina Yacht Club on Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island. And if you are on Yas Island, don’t forget to try Nautilius (02 656 0760) at the Yas Island Hotel, which has been getting ravishing reviews for its seafood fare.
Gourmet food, including cookery demonstrations by renowned chefs can be experienced at two unique festivals in the UAE, the Taste of Dubai Festival, which usually takes place in March at Dubai Media City and Gourmet Abu Dhabi, a celebration of culinary superlatives held in February.
International fast-food chains, serving the standard fare of hamburgers, chips, pizzas etc (McDonalds’s, Pizza Hut, Pizza Inn, Hardee’s, Wimpy, Dunkin’ Donut) are also located in the larger cities. Kentucky Fried Chicken seems to be a particular favourite. International theme restaurants such as TGI Friday’s, Planet Hollywood, Fashion Café, Hard Rock Café and Henry J Bean’s are all represented in the Emirates. If you cannot find anything to suit in that list, small ethnic cafés and corner stalls are ubiquitous. Shisha cafés offer an opportunity to smoke a shisha (hubble-bubble pipe) and serve food, coffee, tea and fruit juices and corner stalls serve sharwarmas and other sandwiches.

Gulf and Middle Eastern food is also available in a wide variety of venues, from expensive restaurants to local cafés. Fresh fish from the Arabian Gulf is always good – try lobster, crab, shrimp, or grouper, tuna, kingfish, red snapper, grilled, stuffed, or fried with spices. But it is not just a question of variety, make no mistake the food is generally good and the standard of service is high.

Muslims are prohibited from eating pork so it is not included in Arab menus. Hotels frequently have substitutes such as beef sausages and veal rashers on their breakfast menus. If pork is available, it is clearly labelled as such.
Alcohol is generally only served in hotel restaurants and bars (but not in Sharjah). Exceptions are some clubs (e.g. golf clubs) and associations. Restaurants that are not associated with hotels are not permitted to serve alcohol.

Local Dishes
One of the most exciting aspects of travelling to a new destination is the opportunity to sample local food. Gulf food is, of course, very similar to Lebanese and other Arab cuisine. However, there are some variations. Mezze (starter or hors d’oeuvre) as it is served in UAE restaurants is a wonderful treat, comprising some or all of the following:
Hummus (chick pea dip or spread) Kibbe (meat patties made from minced lamb, bulghur and onions) Tabbuleh (salad of couscous or bulghur with diced tomatoes, onions, mint and parsley) Moutabel (aubergine or eggplant dip) Kussa mahshi (stuffed courgettes or zucchini) Warak enab (stuffed vine leaves) Felafel (bean patties- often served in pitta bread at corner stalls) Pitta bread (unleavened bread)
Khuzi (a stuffed whole roast lamb on a bed of spiced rice) is the dish that would have been served at a mansaf, a traditional bedouin feast, where a selection of food would have been placed on the floor in the centre of a ring of seated guests. Makbus (casserole of meat, usually lamb, or fish with rice) is a particular favourite in the UAE. So too are hareis (slow-cooked wheat and lamb), biryani (meat or fish cooked with Indian-style spiced rice) and shurba addis (lentil soup). Try a traditional Arab breakfast of ful medames (a bean dish in a tomato sauce on which is sprinkled chopped onion, egg and other condiments, accompanied by local yoghurt and pitta bread), or snack on fattayer (deep fried pastries stuffed with cheese and spinach). Local seafood such as hamur (grouper), chanad (mackerel), beyah (mullet) are usually charcoal grilled. Local lobster and crab are particularly delicious. Sharwarmas – slivers of spit-roasted lamb or chicken, served with salad in a warmed pitta bread pouch – or felafel sandwiches are widely available.
Desserts are generally very sweet, frequently pastries filled with honey and nuts. Try Umm Ali, a delicious bread pudding with raisins and nuts. Dates, of course, are a standard staple and excellent local fruit and vegetables are increasingly on display in restaurants and shops.

Taste of Dubai 2011
Large quantities of butter for flavour and colour, a hands-on approach for preparing, testing and tasting, and tantalizingly delicious food were the common ingredients in the demonstrations by Michelin-starred celebrity chefs at the Taste of Dubai Festival. Otherwise, the range of food and the style of presentation were quite different.
The first demonstration I attended was by Vineet Bhatia from the restaurant Indego by Vineet at Grosvenor House in Dubai, Rasoi, London, and a string of restaurants across the globe. Indego’s unassuming Head Chef John Sinjobi assisted Bhatia who has two Michelin stars and is a pioneer of contemporary Indian cuisine.
The menu, herb-infused tawa chicken, beetroot upma and Punjabi kadhi, he explained, was chosen not just for its balance of flavours but also for colour: vibrant red beetroot, intense green herbed chicken and vivid yellow turmeric-flavoured kadhi. The plated food sang of India in all its tumultuous colour.
This was a relaxed open presentation from a very likeable and engaging chef who involved the audience at all times. A dozen volunteers rushed forward to help him on the podium, including children, who were obviously fascinated by the experience. Bhatia spoke about his passion for cooking and how the most important ingredient in any successful dish was love of food.
Spices must be added in a certain order, he believes – whole spices in hot oil (add a little moist ingredient quickly – such as chopped chili or minced garlic so that the spices won’t burn); next, one of the four powders that more than anything determine the colour of the food – chili powder, cumin, coriander and lastly turmeric. The aromatic garam masala mix, which has essentially been cooked already, should only be included at the very end to maximize the flavour.
Vineet added a tablespoon of butter to his semolina-based beetroot upma just before serving to give the dish a smooth silky flavour. He warned against cooking butter for too long to avoid a heavy oily finish – an aspect of traditional Indian food that is not appealing.
Like all the chefs, Bhatia encouraged using fingers to taste, check whether the food is cooked and when plating. He pointed out that raw meat when pressed with a finger will be soft like the ball of the thumb, whilst cooked meat will feel much firmer to the touch, more like the base of the third finger on the back of the hand.
Since the demonstration, I have been delving through Bhatia’s cookery book, Rasoi: New Indian Kitchen, with great delight, determined to enjoy the sensual delights within its stylish black and orange covers.
Richard Philips was a man on a personal mission, much more remote, very precise, politely demanding of his assistants, and at all times the professional chef, TV personality and owner of four restaurants in Kent. The first, Thackeray’s in Tunbridge Wells, earned him a Michellin star when he was only 29.
To be fair to Philips, he did seem to be working flat out and had just rushed over from doing a demonstration at the Miele stand. His menu was a classic one, foie gras with smoked aubergine caviar, roasted baby onions and crisp polenta. Philips insists that foie gras is now produced in a more animal-friendly manner and let’s hope that he is right.
Butter was used to great effect not so much to brown the succulent fried foie gras as it has has enough oil and flavour already, but to carmelise the onions, to cream the polenta, along with marscapone, and to give the solidified polenta cake that lovely noisette colour and flavour. Not exactly a dietary staple, this dish, but Philips did drain off excess butter on kitchen paper.
Jun Tanaka, critically acclaimed executive chef from Pearl in London, I am sure is on his own mission, but he managed to demonstrate his two classical French dishes with a disarming manner whilst effortlessly juggling numerous pots and pans. I was intrigued with his monkfish poached in spiced red wine (3 parts red wine, 1 part port, cardamom pods and black pepper) served with creamed leeks.
To check that the fish is cooked, he gently inserted a toothpick in the thickest part– this will meet with resistance if the fish is not cooked and slide through effortlessly if it is done. The fillet emerging from the poaching liquid is a gorgeous deep red on the outside, contrasting with the pearly milkiness of the flesh.
To clean the leeks, Tanaka slit them down the middle but not all the way through the bulb and held them upside down in a bowl of water. He used some of the green stem, sliced finely, rolled in flour and deep fried, as a garnish to offset the creaminess of the white bulb to which crème fraiche had been, added and ruefully admitted that he frequently burned this garnish (oil too hot).
Tanaka’s second dish was venison in saltcrust with garlic roast potatoes and creamed horseradish. Two tips here, parboil the potatoes before finishing in butter (lots of it!) and don’t season them until they have achieved that lovely golden colour, otherwise they will stick to the pan. Tanaka also recommends using fresh horseradish mixed with crème fraiche.
Since the venison was cooked in a saltcrust (a paste of flour, salt and water), Tanaka could not employ the finger test to check whether it was done, but he had cleverly put a hole in the top of the saltcrust through which he stuck a thin skewer and pressed it to his lips _– this will be warm if rare – and hot if medium rare – well-done is not in his repertoire! I am looking forward to discovering what his book, Simple to Sensational, has to offer. This was written in the wake of his TV series, ‘Cooking It’.
Gary Rhodes, the ultimate ambassador for British cuisine, needs no introduction. He is also well respresented in Dubai with restaurants such as Mezzanine at Grosvenor House and Rhodes Twenty10 at Le Royal Méridien.
He certainly drew a huge crowd and, helped by his assistant Wayne, who looked like a younger version of the maestro, he cooked the most ambitious menu. However, much had been prepared ahead and, the ultimate pro, he put on a good show without giving too much away.
Rhodes menu was influenced by a recent trip to China: warm sesame glazed duck with an orange and maple dressed salad, steamed seabass, soft spring onion potato with leeks, ginger and soy vinaigrette, and iced lemon meringue, except, of course, for the dessert, which is not a Chinese staple.
Even though I love duck I was a little underwhelmed by this dish – unlike a lot of food that I have experienced in China, there seemed to be too much going on and the addition of a barbecue sauce to the duck confit did not appeal. The sea bass on the other hand, should be very easy to do at home and looked delicious. Rhodes placed a couple of slices of ginger under the parchment-wrapped fish fillet before steaming.
Ginger strips were softened in water them and placed with the spring onion in a colander before pouring hot olive oil over the lot. The oil cooked the vegetables and a little of the infused oil was added to flavour the soy vinagrette (soya sauce, fish sauce and water).
Busily soaking up the atmosphere at the Festival and queuing for the delicious food at the numerous kiosks, I missed some other demonstrations and was particularly sad to miss out on demos by Suzanne Husseini, the Canadian/Arab cook who is causing quite a sir in this part of the world. However, I have booked my ticket for her cookery demonstration and book launch at the upcoming Literary Festival, so watch this space!

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