10 Things you didn't know about Dubai
If you don't have a visual picture of what 50,000 barrels of oil appear as though, I wager that you have seen an Olympic pool at any rate once in your life. Currently, it increased with 4.5, and that is the measure of oil Dubai creates in a day.
Burj AL-Arab is famous for being a 7-Star Hotel and rated as the fourth highest hotel in the world. Thirty-nine percent of space is unsuitable for living but well suited for design.
After ‘Disney land’ refused to build in Dubai, Dubai got the idea to build ‘Dubai Land’ which is double the size of Disney Land. The cost to build Dubai Land is around $64.3 billion and it will host different types of attractions.
In 2013, 40% of gold was traded in Dubai which is the weight of more than 355 elephants. It is estimated to weight around 2.250 tones.
Burj Khalifa is known as the tallest building in the world. On a clear day, you can see it all the way from Sharjah.
Dubai is rated as the safest city in the world because the rate of crime is nearly 0%. Dubai is considered to have a very strict law with residents with high level of ethics.
Mall of the emirates has the largest indoor snow park in the world. With an area equal to 3,000 square meters. You can even get a room with Ski Dubai view in the adjacent Kempenski Hotel.
Emmar has developed Dubai Mall, which is known for having 1200 stores under one roof and is the biggest Mall in the world.
The Palm Jumeirah is the World’s largest artificial island and is 5.4 km long and has 30 hotels.
In 1975 the Dubai population was roughly 183,000 and today it is estimated at 1.67 million, making Dubai amongst the most productive cities in the World.Read More: