Currency in UAE – Dirhams and Fils

Saturday, 17 July 2010 14:02 administrator
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Our currency is UAE Dirham. This is referred to as DHS or AED. Each Dirham consists of 100 Fils. Coins are broken down to 5, 10, (coppers) 25, 50, Fils and 1Dirham. 5 DHs, 10DHs, 20 DHs, 50DHs, 100 DHs, 200DHs, 1000Dhs are in notes. 1 Dollar = 3.6742 DHs. To exchange your cash, you can go to many places including your hotel, specialist exchanges and banks. As with most countries, the rate that you will receive at your hotel will not be as good as at the exchanges. There are many exchanges on the street and in the malls, and it is perfectly safe to exchange your money there, and in most cases you do not need any ID.
 
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