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Lebanon Visa Requirement

UAE passport holders do not require a visa to visit the Republic of Lebanon up to 6 months per year for travelling purpose. It is advisable that nationals of different countries check with their respective embassies before travelling. For instance, passport holders of Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and 76 other nations enjoy visa-on-arrival privilege. However certain conditions have been laid out on ‘visa on arrival’ for few other nations.

Considering you have to apply for Lebanon Visa, you need to submit the following documents: two visa application forms (available from the Lebanese Embassy), two passport size photograph, passport, visa fees, personal covering letter, proof of stay, confirmed flight ticket and bank statement. A written permission from the other parent is required if only one of the parents is visiting the country with the kid.

The visa processing time vary for different nationalities. Get in touch with your respective embassy for learning about these details. Collect the issued visa on time. Check the validity and other important details of the visa when you have received it. Extending your stay in Lebanon without legal permission is a grave offence. You will be fined heavily for it. An application for visa extension must be made at the nearest General Security office in Lebanon.

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It is said at every hundred steps the world changes. This article describes the different places of attraction enroute Dammam to Beirut flight.

Dammam a Brief Introduction
Dammam’s ancient name was Damdama which meant sound of the drums. It is considered an important city due to the findings of pre historical artifacts and also considered an important due to its port and petroleum refining plants. Its proximity to the Persian Gulf makes the city experience very heavy rainfa

ll in winters but summers start from warm and by the end become quite hot. Thus planning a Dammam to Manila flight, needs checking the weather before doing so.

Tarout Island which has an old fort is considered an archeological wonder. It is considered to be built around 5000yrs back King Abdullah Park is located on the seafront and has a huge number of fine dining restaurants, cafes, parks and children’s playgrounds. Dammam Corniche facing the sea front is another place developed for tourists which has lots of eateries, parks and shopping malls. Share Al- Hob traditional market is famous for selling regional handicrafts, jewelry, apparels and many more things.

Dammam has a few good eating joints to savor Middle Eastern cuisine. Fayrouz Lebanese restaurant specializes in Egyptian and Lebanese cuisine. Beit Misk is another well reviewed Lebanese restaurant. Heritage Village is one place to sample all Middle Eastern cuisine.

Dammam International Airport
King Fahad International Airport is 20kms away from the city center. It can be reached by taxis from the city. The airport has a few regional shops selling handicraft and products from the country. There are a few fast food joints and cafes which comprise the food court.

There are no hotels close to the airport but mostly concentrated in the city. Ramada Damam Hotel and Suites, Sheraton Dammam Hotel and Convention center, Dammam Palace Hotel, and Novotel Dammam Business Park are few luxury hotels in Dammam. Golden Tulip Dammam Corniche, Howard Johnson, Best Western, and Park Inn by Radisson are mid-range hotels.

About Beirut
Beirut is counted amongst the oldest cities in the world, with a history dating 5000yrs back. The hottest season is in August, rest all the months are warm but pleasant. Winters are slightly chilly but comfortable.

The National Museum of Beirut is the right place to know about the history of the city. With over one 1lac artifacts, some date from prehistoric and medieval era. Mohammed Al Amin mosque or blue mosque is well known for its beautiful architecture. The Surcock Museum is housed in a private villa which was built by Nicolas Ibrahim Sursock, who after his death donated the villa to be converted into an art museum. It has the best art exhibitions held in whole of Beirut featuring Lebanese and international artists. To get a feel of grandeur one must visit Sursock Palace. Built in 1800, it was counted as the grandest palace. The MIM Mineral museum is a private museum, owned by Salim Edde. There are 1400 different minerals, from 300 different species collected from 60 countries. A little further away from Beirut is the famous Jeita Grotto. The limestone caves have a history dating back to the prehistoric era.

Let’s talk about the food scene here. The best way to get introduced to Lebanese cuisine is at Karam, located on Bazerkan street. Known to offer best of mezzes, it should be the first place to visit. Tawlet at Naher Street uses fresh produce brought in by farmers every day. The guests chefs come from a different village every day and cook the cuisine made in their village. Kebabji is famous for kebabs at Hamra. Al Balad at Downtown Nejmah Square offers on menu traditional Lebanese food made in a contemporary manner. .

Beirut Airport
Rafic Hariri International Airport is 9kms away from the city center. Taxis are the only means to reach the airport. There are very limited number of café and restaurants. There are two duty free shops.

Golden Tower, Kempinski, Hilton and Movenpick are five star hotels near the airport. AL Murjan Palace, Lancaster Tamar, The Smallville and The Key Aprt Hotel are mid-range hotels near the airport.

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