These Items Are Banned From Entering Into The UAE

by Jui Nikita
These Items Are Banned From Entering Into The UAE

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Like all countries, UAE has rules about what you can and can’t bring with you into the country. So, take note on banned items and personal allowance rules while flying in. 


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Banned Items

  1. All kinds of Narcotic drugs (Hashish, Cocaine, Heroin, Poppy Seeds, Hallucination Pills, etc..).
  2. Goods intended to be imported from boycotted countries.
  3. Goods from Israeli origin or bearing Israeli trademarks or logos.
  4. Crude Ivory and Rhinoceros horn.
  5. Gambling tools and machinery.
  6. Three layers fishing nets.
  7. Original engravings, prints, lithographs, sculpture and statues in any material.
  8. Used, reconditioned and inlaid tires.
  9. Radiation polluted substances.
  10. Printed publications, oil paintings, photographs, pictures, cards, books, magazines stony sculptures and mannequins which contradict Islamic teachings, decencies, or deliberately implying immorality or turmoil.
  11. Any other goods, the importation of which is prohibited under the authority of U.A.E. customs laws or any other laws in the country.
  12. Forged and duplicate currency.
  13. Cooked and home-made foods.

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Personal Allowance Rules

  • Gifts not exceeding AED 3,000.
  • Cash above AED 100,000 must be declared.
  • Maximum of 400 cigarettes, 50 cigars, 500 grams of tobacco.
  • Maximum of 4 liters alcohol, 48 cans of beer.
  • Medication: A maximum three-months supply of medication for your personal use. Please include an original prescription from a registered medical practitioner. All medications should be in original packaging, and not expired. No psychotropic medicines are allowed (even for personal use, in small quantity and/or with a prescription) without prior approval from the Ministry of Health.

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