While Dubai looks very relaxed and easy going, similar to any other sun seeker destination, there are laws which are respectfully asked to follow.
Before I start I want to emphasis on the fact that public decency laws have always existed in Dubai.† Alot of incidents have occurred and many have not been respectful, therefore the authorities felt a STRONG† need to remind all of what is and what is not acceptable (is there something wrong with that?)
What is wrong with acting in a decent way and interpret the rules to avoid trouble? All who come to Dubai knows that it is an Arabic and Muslim country. From my experience I also know that all who travels and goes to any country do search and learn a bit about it. So, why is this not the case when it comes to Dubai? Are people really confused or is it is easier to remain confused and keep doing what they are doing ?
IT’S VERY CLEAR AND NO REASON TO BE CONFUSED – JUST COVER UP!!!
These rules were always there but because we have respected our visitors we haven’t enforced it and expected people to be respectful and decent but maybe its our bad. Just because we don’t tell you off in the street, doesn’t mean that we approve of clothing that shows too much. This doesn’t mean we hate you, just the way you dress sometimes.
YOU ARE IN A MUSLIM COUNTRY, have some respect. Simply!
Visitors to the UAE need to be aware that even though every day, the citizens, rulers & enforcers in Dubai turn a blind eye to this behaviour, doesnít mean the rules donít exist! Donít ignore the laws, even if you see others ignoring them. Law is clear on matters of public decency
And “Do you have an opinion on these rules??” is not a question for anyone …