About Dubai Real Estate Sector

June 20th, 2008

Dubai real estate sector is a bustling property market on the international arena. As Dubai is a fascinating city where the modern is juxtaposed with the historic, it has risen to become a real estate hub with great residential and commercial spaces available.

Dubai offers some of the best duty-free shopping in the world. Its championship golf courses, superb water sports, sandy beaches, sophisticated hotels, bustling souqs where travellers and locals can bargain for gold, carpets and fine handicrafts, all combine to make it an exciting city to buy real estate in.

Dubai Pictures – 1

June 19th, 2008

Dubai Pictures

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Dubai Travel Attractions

June 17th, 2008

Dubai is a city of United Arab Emirates (UAE) and has a total area of 3,885 square kilometers. It used to be a fishing village, but because the city was forward looking, liberal and has an eye for commercialism it did not take long for it to become popular among traders and tourists. However, no matter how many foreigners enter the city of Dubai it still keeps its tradition and culture, thus making it even more attractive to those who seek to explore the exotic Middle East. Language is never a barrier in Dubai because even if Arabic is its official language most people can understand English.

As of the moment, the most popular travel attraction in Dubai is the sail-shaped hotel Burj Al Arab Hotel where every guest is treated as a royalty worthy of red carpet treatment. It boasts fine interiors designed by world-class designers, rotating king-sized bed that allows the guest to have a 360 degrees view of the environment outside the hotel and of course, the A-list guests that have visited the hotel since it opened. It is said that Michael Jackson once stayed in the hotel’s $9,000-a-night luxury suite. Whether you plan on staying in the hotel or not, it is worth the time and effort to drop by and see its grand architecture.
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