Dubai has converted itself in recent year with a series of creative, determined construction projects that have tossed this city to the top of every pail list. The Dubai administration’s decision to expand from a trade-based but oil-reliant economy to one that is service- and tourism-oriented has made real estate and other developments more valuable, resulting in the property boom from 2004–2006. Building on a large scale has turned Dubai into one of the fastest-rising cities in the world. There are a number of large-scale projects which are presently under construction or will be constructed in the future. Due to the heavy construction which is taking place in Dubai, 30,000 construction cranes, which are 25% of cranes worldwide, are operating in Dubai. In just over two decades, the city has changed from a desert remote place port to a flourishing capital with the third-most towers in the world.
Here are the top best attractions you will definitely not miss when you visit this place
A Visit to the Dubai Museum is necessary on every Dubai journey for tourists and residents alike and finally we were able to go there to take a look at Dubai’s history. Different ancient’s machines, assets are displayed to increase your knowledge. And YES this is the best soothing place for readers and for book writers.
A model show outside the gallery is placed to remind each visitor of the traditional source of livelihood of past Dubai inhabitants, preceding to the discovery of oil in the faith.
Dubai Museum is so simple outside but inside, a gem trove awaits.Undergound section is devoted to portraying a view of old Dubai’s inhabitants and their way of life. The Dubai museum is stored inside the 18th century Al-Fahidi Fort. Learn about the Emirates development after the oil boom, and examine traditional Emirati musical tools.
Dubai Mall is world largest mall in the world. It is one of them to visit while you’re in Dubai, very next to BURJ KHALIFA. The mall has a huge aquarium, an ice skating rink, every single brand name shop you can think of, delicious restaurants, boutique shops, and so much more.
And YES! The mall has an entire aquarium inside it is baffling in itself, and we all tend to descend towards the aquarium and try to take a picture in front of it without getting too many other tourists in the related.
Jumeirah Beach, with its attractive surroundings, is incontestably one of the most common as well as frequently visited tourist spots in Dubai. Once a major fishing and pearl farming center, Jumeirah over the years has progressed into one of the city’s principal residential areas, particularly among elite families and western expatriates.
2-Burj al Arab
The Burj al Arab is a luxury hotel that stands on an false island nearly 300 m from the Jumeirah Beach in Dubai, UAE. Standing at 321 m, it is the third tallest hotel in the world and one of the most expensive, costing an estimated 7.8bn dollars. Building of Burj Al Arab began in 1994, and was completed in 1999 It was built the shape of the Arab dhow, a type of Arabian vessel.. It needed to be a building that would become identical with the name of the country.
At the top yes! Its Burj Khalifa. Most attractive point of Dubai. Burj Khalifa – world’s tallest building is genius of architectural genius of 21st century. Talk of its height or look at its design, this building is all set to leave you impressed! Breaking numerous records and catching new world records, this building sets global standards for affluence. And here I will tell you the most interesting fact of Burj Khalifa,the tallest building in the world with an architectural height of 2716.5 feet or 828.0 meters. Its occupied height (height of the floor occupied by people) is 1918 feet or 584.5 meters. Its total height measured from its tip is 2723 feet or 829.8 meters.