All you need is a valid passport, adequate cash, and medical insurance.
If you are planning to visit a cool European country to get away from the summer in UAE, Belarus is an option you can consider.
The country has now extended the visa-free entry period to 30 days, provided foreign nationals cross the border at the Minsk National Airport.
The order was signed by Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko on July 24, the Belarusian Telegraph Agency said.
All you need is a valid passport or any other other document permitting foreign travels, money (49 Belarusian roubles, 21 euros), and medical insurance in the amount of at least 10,000 euros.
Citizens of Vietnam, Haiti, Gambia, India, Lebanon, Namibia and Samoa should also have a valid multi-visa to the EU states or the Schengen Area with a mark confirming the entry to their territory, and plane tickets with a confirmation of the departure from the Minsk National Airport within 30 days after the date of the entry.
The visa-free access rules do not apply to persons arriving in Belarus from Russia by air and also those flying to Russian airports. Visa-free entry does not also apply to foreigners coming to Belarus to work, do business, or study, if the period of activity exceeds 30 days.
Source: Khaleej Times