No, you cannot enter the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with a Real ID. A REAL ID is a driver's license or other form of identification that is also recognized by the federal government. It can be used to enter secure government buildings including military bases, courthouses, and other secure federal places, as well as board domestic flights within the United States. In short, the Real ID is a form of identification that is issued by some U.S. states and is primarily used for domestic travel within the United States.
To enter the UAE, you will typically need a valid passport and, depending on your nationality, a visa. Please check the requirements for the UAE based on your citizenship and the purpose of your visit before traveling.
You need a valid visa to enter the UAE if your nation is not on the list of nations that are exempt country list for the UAE visa. A visiting visa can now be obtained in a variety of methods. A traditional visa can be obtained by going in person to the UAE embassy or consulate. You can also apply for an eVisa for the UAE through UAE Immigration Services. By applying online, you can complete the necessary paperwork in advance and save time and potential complications