25 Jan Burj al arab
Man-made islands, the tallest skyscraper in the world, a hotel designed as a yacht’s sail which is deemed to be the only 7 star and souks that roll back the years as soon as you step in the zone – Welcome to Dubai!
Located on the south-east coast of the Persian Gulf, Dubai has established itself as a top tourist destination across the globe. The biggest industry, in fact, is tourism, supported by aviation, hospitality and services sector. Tourism for experiences like shopping, adventure, modern architecture and beaches generates the major chunk of revenue in the industry. The Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai Museum, Burj Khalifa and Palm Jumeirah Island are the best places to visit in Dubai. Dubai constantly appears in the top ten cities for travel in online surveys and tourist polls alike. In 2016, Dubai welcomed a whopping total of 15.3 million guests ranging from casual backpackers to celebrities.