Is Oud Metha a good place to live?

Is Oud Metha a good place to live?

Oud Metha is not the most obvious place to think of to live in Dubai, but if you work in Bur Dubai, or over the creek in Deira, there are a lot worse places to live. Facilities are excellent, and brilliant value, while Wafi, the Hyatt and Raffles offer you high end luxury pretty much on your door step.

How can I get admission in IHS Dubai?

Provisional admission will be granted to successful applicants upon payment of fees as per the details and timeline given by the school. Admission will be confirmed after submission of all documents including Transfer Certificate from previous school and Grade 10 Board exam mark sheet.

How much are school fees in Dubai?

School fees in Dubai range from AED 12,723 (USD 3,463.84) to AED 64,093 (USD 17,449.32) per annum, not including additional fees for admission, transportation, school uniforms and books.

Is Bur Dubai a posh area?

Despite the emergence of more upscale communities with newer properties, Bur Dubai has remained one of the most sought after locations for renting because of its enviable location and abundance of amenities.

Which zone is Oud Metha?

Zone 6
The station is situated on Oud Metha Road, between the districts of Oud Metha and Umm Hurair. Rashid Hospital and St Mary’s Catholic Church are right next to the station. The northern end of Creek Park is about ½ mile away. The station is in Zone 6 (click here to view a map of the Dubai Metro).

Is DAA a good school?

“DAA is proud to be recognized as the only American School rated Outstanding since 2011. This is a testament to our exceptional students, teachers and parent community.”

Is Al jaddaf a good area?

Al Jaddaf offers a comfortable lifestyle with plenty of amenities for residents. The proximity to healthcare facilities, parks and schools makes it a good option for families.

What is Makani no in Dubai?

Makani is the official geographic addressing system in the emirates: Dubai – Ajman – Fujairah – Ras Al Khaimah – Umm Al Quwain. Makani means my location in Arabic and it consists of 10 digit numbers only called “Makani Number”. Each Makani Number gives you the location of the entrance of a building.