A Muslim country like Dubai "Alcoholic Drinks" likewhiskey and Smirnoff vodka in very much in demand. Drinks like this display is highlights in shops, and big shopping Mall which encourage the local youth and native people to buy. In most of the Muslim countries there are heavy restrictions on the display of Alcoholic drinks. I almost always walk out from the Dubai airport with an expensive bottle of whisky,” said James Wilkinson, an British national, who regularly travels to the region. Gulf countries strictly control the substance if they don’t ban it altogether by making it illegal to drink alcohol openly. Regional “dry” states like Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have strict laws against drinking. In Gulf United Arab Emirates is the most liberal country in which foreign people hold permits to buy alcohol to sold and buy. Other Gulf Arab countries like Qatar and Oman also permit alcohol sale but only in top hotels.