Top Unbelievable Facts About Ultimate Dubai
The hotel in Burj Al Arab uses enough gold to cover Mona Lisa’s body 46,265 times.
Artificial palm islands in Dubai is using enough sand to fill 2.5 Empire State Houses.
The Burj Khalifa is so tall, that those living at the top have to wait 2 minutes longer for the sun to fall before they can break quickly during Ramadan.
Emirates local population is just 15 percent of the population of Dubai.
Dubai Metro is the longest fully automated subway network in the world.
Dubai has no addresses, no zip codes, no area codes and no postal network until recently.
In Dubai, you don’t pay any income tax.
Dubai has a passion for gold.
DUBAI HAS A 0% CRIME RATE
DUBAI IS THE FASTEST CITY ON THE EARTH.
DUBAI ROBOT HOSTS RACING CAMEL.
More Unbelievable Facts About Ultimate Dubai
Fifty years ago Dubai was just a tiny city in the middle of the desert.
The United Arab Emirates city of Dubai is renowned for lavish, newly designed landmarks such as the Burj Khalifa, the Palm Jumeirah, and the Dubai Mall.
The town has turned in just over two decades from a desert backwater port into a vibrant metropolis with the world’s third-most skyscrapers.
When oil was found in Dubai it was little more than a desert port area. Dubai has now grown into a megacity full of luxury boutiques and skyscrapers.
There are seven emirates in Dubai, a part of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah, the seven emirates of the UAE.
Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates and is about an hour away from Dubai.
Dubai is the capital of the Emirate of Dubai, situated in the United Arab Emirates. Dubai is situated on the Arabian Peninsula’s eastern shore, at the southwest corner of the Arabian Gulf.
Dubai’s population is more than 2.5 million people, and the UAE’s most populated city.
In 2016 Dubai has an estimated population of 2,504,000 in terms of population. This makes it the most populated emirate in the UAE, surpassing Abu Dhabi, with the third-largest population in the UAE estimated at just over 1.1 million, despite having a larger area.
The official language is Arabic but English is commonly spoken.
Once I visited Dubai I didn’t have any trouble getting around town and asking for directions or speak in English to the taxi driver.
It is commonly spoken in the town and the signs are in English as well.
In Dubai, wealth abounds.
Oil was discovered just over 50 years ago in Dubai but accounts for just one percent of its earnings. So, what is it that makes Dubai City so rich?
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