Dubai is one of the major cities in the UAE. Dubai is located south of the Persian Gulf on the Arabian Peninsula. Dubai is located on the emirate's northern coastline and has the largest population with the second-largest land territory by area of all the emirates, after Abu Dhabi. Dubai is surrounded by Saudi Arabia on its southern and western borders while northern and eastern borders are shared with the Sultanate of Oman. The neighbouring cities of Dubai are Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Sharjah and Umma al-Quwain.
Advantages of tourism in Dubai
Dubai is a well known country for their tourism and their oil. Their oil ran out a long time ago and now they are relying on the tourism industry so that they can increase their economy. 25% of Dubai’s economy is based on tourism. Tourism has brought growth to the construction of Dubai such as airports, amusement parks and the world’s best hotels and resorts. Tourism is also very good for Dubai because it brings loads of jobs for the locals and they can help support their family which is a positive thing. When tourist go to Dubai they mainly go for the shopping, but at the same time they come for the ancient and Morden attractions. Dubai is very good for tourist because there are so many things to do such as experiencing different cultures, trying new foods and getting to know what Dubai is all about like understanding the history of Dubai also tourist’s can see amazing and well known landmarks. Some of the activities that tourists can do are: go to a desert safari with your own private 4WD vehicle, visiting beautiful mosques, a 40-minute journey of a bird's eye view of Dubai's iconic landmarks such as Burj Al Arab Hotel Jumeirah, Burj Dubai, Jebel Ali, historic Dubai Creek and the largest man-made islands including The World and The Palm also visiting different souks (souk is a Arabic word for market or place where any kind of goods are brought or exchanged). Dubai has improved tourism by building loads of...
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