UAE Petrol Prices Dropped In February

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    You can now fill fuel for cheaper in the UAE! Petrol prices to go down by 2.5 percent in February, thanks to the fuel price committee.

    What’s It?

    Following a reduction in January, the country’s fuel price committee has announced a further drop in the fuel rates this month. Residents will witness petrol prices going down by 2.5 percent.

    Super 98 will be priced at AED 1.95 per litre, taking a cut of 2.5 per cent from AED 2 per litre in January. The price per litre of Special 95 will be AED 1.84, which is a 2.6 per cent cut from AED 1.89 last month.

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    The price of diesel has been cut by 0.86 per cent to AED 2.28 per litre compared to AED 2.30 last month. All rates are inclusive of VAT. Meanwhile, did you know you can get petrol delivered to your door step in the UAE?

    Road Trip Recommendation

    With the petrol prices dropping down, its also the perfect time to head on a road trip. If you need suggestions, we are always there. Head to the highest mountain in the UAE -the Jebel Jais. You could go zip lining, Instagram some spectacular sunsets or even go skiing in their ice rink.

    Image Courtesy: The Arts Shelf

    Image Courtesy: The Arts Shelf

    If that’s not your thing, go on a trip to Al Ain and plan a staycation at Jebel Hafeet.  Catch the sunset from various stop points across the mountains that overlook the beauty of Al Ain. You could also plan a staycation at the mountain by staying at the Mercure Jebel Hafeet hotel which is located near the peak of the mountain.

    Want a classy mix of mountains and sea? Escape from the city life and rive down the lanes of Dibba. Trust us, you are going to feel like you are driving in Europe. Mountain bikers and nature lovers can head to Hatta for kayaking or biking. You can also camp in Hatta’s cool new tailer-hotels complete with its own terrace, bedroom, kitchenette, lounge but most importantly a pristine bathroom.

    Credits: Visit Hatta

    Credits: Visit Hatta

    Happy road tripping!

    Vaishnavi Venkataraman
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