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The Artificial Palm Islands, the world's biggest man-made archipelagos, are intended to enhance Dubai's claim over high-end tourism and luxury lifestyles and are a distinctive and instantly identifiable feature of the city. The islands are in varying stages of completion, but the Palm Jumeirah, the first to be finished, boasts about 40 miles (64 kilometers) of beaches and several hotels and resorts, including the Atlantis. Watch the sunset over the city's famed skyline from a vantage point atop Palm Jumeirah.
Dubai Frame, the United Arab Emirates' newest cultural monument, is an iconic building that 'frames' breathtaking views of old and new Dubai, while also serving as a symbolic bridge uniting the emirate's rich history with its magnificent presence. Dubai Frame tells the tale of Dubai, from its early beginnings to its ambitious intentions for the future. The project, which began in January 2018, consists of a 150-meter-high, 95-meter-wide structure designed to resemble a large picture frame, through which visitors can see modern Dubai landmarks such as Emirates Towers and Burj Khalifa on one side and older parts of the city such as Deira and Karama on the other.
When talking about the beauty that Dubai has to offer, we’re sure you can’t miss out on the Burj Al Arab! The hotel is all about luxury in all its aspects! While the hotel continues to attract the tourists for the luxury which comes attached to the high prices. Interestingly, the most unique concept of the hotel is the 1,790 square meters of 24-carat gold leaf which comes attached to it.
Despite the casual mood created by the numerous ethnic cultures that coexist in Dubai, it remains one of the world's most lavish cities with rich lifestyle. From the St. Regis Saadiyat Island Hotel's $35,000-per-night Royal Suite to the opulent Burj Al Arab Hotel, dubbed the "7 Star Hotel," and from the exclusive luxury vehicles in Dubai to the gold-infused coffee you can drink casually at brunch, Dubai has its fair share of extreme luxury.
The Dubai Police force are often touted as the fastest police that can be found in the world. Standing out as one of the most appealing forces to reckon with, their fleet is a matter of speed. They have a supercars fleet, including the likes of Ferrari, Buggati Veyron, and Lamborghini. What’s more? Their fleet is always growing with new and better upgrades. So if you are a car enthusiast and can’t afford to buy one, then one of the way to fulfill your desires is by joining Dubai Police Force and if you are lucky enough then you get to drive on of these beauties.
While most of the major cities in the world now boasts of metro system in place as a mode of public transport, Dubai strives to make a difference here as well. The Dubai Metro red line continues to stand as the longest driver line, allowing automated travel for 52 kms. Which means the trains run of their on auto-pilot mode without a need of drivers to manage them around. Welcome to the future of travel.
Dubai is recognized for its Skyscrapers that allow you to watch the most enlightening perspective of the city from a point. People dream of visiting Dubai since it is full of exciting locales that give awe-inspiring experiences. Interestingly, the city has no address system, no area postal codes, no PIN, or postal codes as well. Residents differentiate their address via a PO.
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