Dubai is one of the United Arab Emirates’ emirates.
After the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, it is the second largest emirate in the federation.
It is bounded to the west by the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and to the east by the Emirate of Sharjah.
It is regarded as the United Arab Emirates’ economic capital.
Dubai is distinguished by a free and vibrant economy.
There is no tax payment system, which greatly contributes to encouraging investors from all over the world to invest in them, and the economy is centred on trade, real estate, financial services, and tourism, and Dubai’s temperature is very hot, very hot and windy humidity, and warm in winter.
Dubai has a lovely summer vibe all year round, and features some of the world’s largest desert areas, beaches, and stunning beaches, making it a popular tourist destination where millions of people visit each year to enjoy all of these things as well as the markets, cafes, hotels, and resorts. The Emiratis are a warm, hospitable, and generous people. The traveller has access to all amenities and can participate in a variety of tourist activities. Dubai is distinguished by a diverse range of tourist attractions, not all of which are entertainment, but also cultural, heritage, tourism, and educational in nature, as follows:
Burj Khalifa: The world’s tallest structure, it is distinguished by modern architecture and construction.
Burj Al Arab: Located in Jumeirah, it is shaped like a sailboat.
Dubai Mall: One of the world’s largest shopping malls.
Dubai Land: a tourism destination where visitors can participate in a range of activities and pursue their interests.
Dubai Dancer Fountain: a fountain where water is sprayed in time to music and diverse rhythms.
Dubai Aquarium: The world’s largest aquarium, housing thousands of different fish species.
The Dubai Desert Reserve was formed to safeguard the desert and all of its vegetation and creatures.
The Bastakia district is heritage-style, with a focus on heritage and distinctiveness. Dubai is the economic hub of the United Arab Emirates, and the city-economy state’s has expanded rapidly in recent years. Dubai has seen development in its many areas, which has prompted the city-state to expand its industry and construct small and medium-sized businesses. Aside from Dubai’s economically crucial oil sector, the city-state has grown in terms of trade, finance, services, real estate, and tourism, attracting millions of individuals from all over the world to establish various projects and businesses.
In Dubai, there are 79 Ministry of Education-run schools, 145 private schools, Arabic as the official language of instruction, and English as a second language. The most significant historical sites Bastakia. Shindagha. Shindagha Square, Al Fahidi Castle, and Nayef Castle.