Dubai is amazing, and a beloved destination for many travellers and tourists. But there are certain facts that make the place quite interesting to visit. Below are 20 facts about the luxurious city called Dubai.
Luxurious cars such as Mercedes, Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Bentley are the vehicles used by Dubai Police patrol.
The city is establishing a climate-controlled indoor city that spans over 50,000,000 square foot in size.
Many cases of foreign women that were raped are being jailed after reporting to the necessary authority.
Wild cats such as the Cheeta can be seen on a passenger’s seat in Dubai.
It is only in Dubai where they deport a journalist for being too handsome.
In Dubai, there are one out of every 5 tallest construction cranes.
The sand used for the Dubai’s artificial Palm Island is enough to load a 2.5 empire state building.
The residents on the 150th floor of the Burj Khalifa have to wait a little while before they break their fast during Ramadan due to the height of the building.
In 2013, 40% of all physical gold trading happened in Dubai and when weighed together, it is heavier than the average weight of 354 elephants.
There are bagpipe bands for the Dubai police force.
The 39% of the Burj Al Arab hotel is a vacant and uninhabitable space.
There were only 13 cars in Dubai in the year 1968. Currently, they have to build a double-decker road to accommodate traffic.
The main sources of income for Dubai are Tourism and real estate as sales of oil is responsible for only 6% of their economy.
The pieces of gold used for the Burj Al Arab in Dubai is enough to embellish 46, 265 paintings of Mona Lisa.
The majority of Dubai population is Indian, while 85% of their total population is from other countries.
Due to the flexibility of Robots, they partake in a multimillion-dollar camel racing tournament in Dubai.
Clearly, the Burj Khalifa can be sighted from a distance of 90 kilometers.
On the top of the Burj Al Arab is the world’s highest tennis court located.
All the bus stops in Dubai are covered and air-conditioned.
The city with the highest number of most rapid changes is Dubai.