Dubai Interesting Facts

Dubai, which is situated on the Persian Gulf's southeast coast, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. It is one of the waterfront locations renowned for its ultramodern architecture and opulent way of living. In truth, Dubai has a lot of Harbour areas shared with the rest of the world.

Dubai is anticipated to be the world's richest and most prosperous city. To preserve the city's regal status, Dubai Ministry developed a new program and set of policies.

Some interesting facts about Dubai are as follows:-

City of Skyscrapers

There once was only one skyscraper in Dubai (the Sheikh Rashid Tower), but today there are more than 400, demonstrating the city's transformation. The richest and fastest-growing city in the world is now Dubai. Out of the numerous contemporary high-rise buildings in Dubai, 108 towers stand at least 180 meters tall.

With a lofty height of 828 meters and 163 stories, Dubai is home to the "Burj Khalifa," the highest building in the world. The second-tallest man-made structure in the world and second-tallest residential skyscraper in the world is Marina 101, which is 425 meters high.

Home to the World’s Tallest Building

With a height of 828 m and 163 stories, "Burj Khalifa," the highest skyscraper in the world, is situated in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It now serves as the location of the tallest restaurant, mosque, nightclub, and inn in the entire world.

The focal point of the upcoming global marketplaces is this Dubai structure, which resembles a global icon. In order to provide the best lifestyle experiences, it combines both a residential area and a business area. More of Dubai's new construction is centralized than the World Best Tower and the areas around it.

Most Expensive Hotel

In Dubai, the Burj Al Arab at Jumeirah is the only iconic 7-star hotel. The hotel, which spans 1,790 spaces and is the most opulent in the world, is entirely covered in intricately made 24-carat gold leaf.

A regal hotel serving the best hospitality, Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is situated in the center of the water. The name of the most magnificent hotel in the world, Burj Al Arab, always comes out on top following voting.

Dubai is a fantastic location that everyone should visit if they have the means to do so. The Dubai administration did a fantastic job in creating it for the general populace. On this island, numerous worldwide hotel brands showcase their classic-style hotels, including the renowned Atlantis hotel, where you may enjoy the amazing Gulf experience.

Largest Shopping Mall

The Dubai Mall has more than 1 million square meters of space and is the biggest shopping and entertainment complex. There are 1,200 retail establishments in the upscale mall, two anchor department stores, and more than 100 places to get food and drinks.

Palm Island

Three man-made islands, Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jebel Ali, and Deira Island, are combined to form the Palm Islands, which are situated in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The construction of this island began in 2001, and as of November 2011, only Palm Jumeirah had been finished. The shape of a palm tree with a crescent on top surrounds this island.

Following the completion of Palm Jumeirah, the developer began building two further phases, resulting in Palm Jebel Ali, which has a shape resembling Palm Jumeirah. Each island has a sizable number of residences, businesses, and entertainment venues in addition to 520 km of private beaches.

Destination Sand

However, people are acquiring land around the world for this plentiful resource. Sand smuggling is prohibited by the government of Dubai. The totally artificial palm islands that make up Dubai required more than 94 million cubic meters of sand to build.

Princess Tower, the tallest residential building

The second-tallest residential structure in the world, Princess Tower, which is situated in Dubai, is being developed by Tameer. As the tallest residential structure in the world, TAMEER's Princess Tower has received official recognition from Guinness World Records. With an 818-meter height, this opulent structure stands out against the Dubai Marina skyline. It has one ground floor, six basement floors, and eight shop spaces. The tower, which has 763 luxurious apartments with one, two, three, and four bedrooms, has a land area of 37,410 square feet.

Most extensive automated metro

With a total length of 47 miles, the Dubai Metro holds the record for the longest automatic metro network. The Red Line, which is 52.1 km (32.37 miles) long, and the Green Line, which is 22.5 km, are Dubai's two longest driverless metro lines (13.98 miles). The green line is longer than the Vancouver Skytrain when it joins the red line.

The Fountain in Dubai

The largest fountain structure in the world is the Dubai Fountain. At the heart of the Downtown Dubai expansion in Dubai, United Arab Emirates is situated on the 12-hectare artificial Burj Khalifa Lake. WET Design, a California-based firm that also created the fountains at the Bellagio Hotel Lake in Las Vegas, created it. It is roughly 275 long and sprays water up to 500 feet (152.4 meters) into the air while accompanied by Arabic and world music ranging from classical to contemporary. 800 million AED was spent on its construction.