Why Dubai?

Key attractions

  • One of the most popular tourist destinations in the world
  • 10 million tourists a year by 2010
  • 15 million tourists a year expected by 2015
  • The UAE boasts a diverse, thriving economy that includes a booming tourist industry attracting interest and investment from all around the world.
  • As a highly industrialised nation, the UAE boasts one of the most developed economies on the planet. Reflected in its GDP per capita, ranking 5th in the world.
  • Growing demand for property and rentals
  • Up to 20% capital growth annually on property investments
  • Rental yields of 6 – 10%
  • No capital gains tax, no inheritance tax
  • No government tax on property sales
  • Friendly, safe and virtually crime free
  • Sunshine, shopping, seaside, sports and safety
  • One of the world’s main business hubs
  • Perfect winter climate, top class hotels and sports facilities
  • Variety of sports and leisure activities
  • Shopping paradise, with many of the world’s largest and most spectacular shopping malls
  • Huge variety of tourist attractions
  • Burj Al Arab (7 star hotel)
  • Palm Jumeirah (Hotel Atlantis, Aquadventure water theme park)
  • Jumeirah Beach
  • Dubai Mall (biggest shopping mall in the world)
  • Burj Dubai (818m high, the tallest building in the world)
  • Dubai Marina, The World Dubai (400 artificial islands)
  • Ski Dubai
  • Desert safaris
  • Sheikh Zayed Road skyline.
  • Direct flights from all over the world

Burj Al Arab – The Landmark of Dubai

In recent years Dubai has stunned the world with its wonders.

Burj al-Arab is the icon of Dubai and the most popular landmark for tourism. Known as “the Sail” Burj al-Arab is the first and the only 7-star hotel and the most luxurious on in the world, refinished in gold, where you can enjoy the most expensive drink on the globe with its price of 27,321AED, served with gold cups.

Burj al-Arab, 27 floors and 321 meters high, is one of the tallest hotels in the world, inaugurated on the tenth day of the third millennium. The cost of construction has been never revealed. During the night, the outside lights change color every 30 minutes, providing a stunning show.

Burj Khalifa - The Roof of the World

4 January 2010 was a memorable date for Dubai. The opening of Burj Khalifa was meant to be unforgettable. It turned out to be one of those nights that would go down in the history of this nation as a grand testimony of the spirit of unity in the UAE.

By renaming the Burj, the most prominent milestone in Dubai’s long list of achievements, after President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, reminded the world, and the residents of the UAE, of the basis on which this country was founded – seven emirates, but only one people.

Unveiling the nameplate, Shaikh Mohammad said: “We built the high-rise for people with strong will add determination. The highest point in the world should be linked to the big names and I announce today the opening of Burj Khalifa Bin Zayed”.

The 828 meter tower, now officially the world’s tallest free-standing building, is seen by many as concrete proof of the resilience of the Dubai economy, the technical skills of its people and the fulfillment of Shaikh Mohammad’s vision for its economic and social development. Despite a global economic downturn, the building was finished in time to commemorate the fourth anniversary of the succession of Shaikh Mohammad as ruler of Dubai.