When the word DUBAI comes to mind, it reflects fashion, glamour, lights, large buildings, world-class restaurants and hotels, beaches, and whatnot. Dubai is an urban centerpiece that is full of human-made adventures, and nothing is natural.

In 1971, Dubai came into existence. It is on the southern coast of the Persian Gulf on the Arabian Peninsula and lies within the Arabian Desert. Dubai is the 22nd most expensive city around the globe. A trip of one week to Dubai costs AED 5,101 per person. Dubai is a business hub of western Asia and a prominent global transport hub for passengers and cargo.

People think Dubai is not a large city, but Dubai is much larger than you might think! The area of Dubai is about 4200 square meters. That is almost two times bigger than the capital of England, London. One might be curious how it is possible to construct these high-rise skyscrapers that dominate all over the globe. The human-made palm is astonishing, with 94 million cubic meters of sand which makes it incredible.

This onrushing city does not have a long history, but there is a lot of incredible development in the past few eras that make it a surprise for us! If you are a diehard lover of UAE and want to know about the history of this Gulf City, let us get straight away to explore the past.  

The Character Of Dubai City

Dubai is most famously known as the gold city. If you buy gold from Dubai, there is a plus point that you do not have to pay text while from India, there is a restriction you have to pay tax, and you can bring only 20 grams of gold. Dubai has 4 billion barrels of oil. The official religion of the UAE is Islam, but Christians and Hindus are also free to worship. 

On account of the high number of ex-pats, Dubai has become a worldwide city. The city houses countless eateries, modern language schools, and regular social events. There will always be something energizing to wait for at the weekend. All thanks to the harmonious mixture of numerous cultures from around the globe.  

Despite the rapid expansion and swift economic growth, which makes this space special is the way the city remained consistent with the nearby culture, religion, and customs. The Emirati youth is grasping the cultural mixing opportunities due to the rapid influx of ex-pats; meanwhile, they are also careful of their culture, practices, and local customs. 

Due to the high number of ex-pats Dubai has become a genuinely worldwide city with countless distinctive strict spaces, eateries, language schools, and social occasions consistently. There will always be something energizing to anticipate during the end of the week, given the apparent multitude of various societies commending some experience!

Most huge urban communities worldwide will have a complete cluster of good food; however, the food scene in Dubai is quite remarkable because of the assortment. From delicious food slows down on the seashore to five-star eateries serving gold with their food, from nearby Emirati cooking to the most differing culinary scenes in light of the number of ex-pats never experience any difficulty taking care of your most out of-control food longing.

Dubai Landscape

The most famous landscape of Dubai is Palm Jumeirah, an offshore island with luxury cottages and a five-star hotel in the shape of a palm tree; World Island is a cluster of 300 mini islands similar to the world map.  

Dubai is not only on the list of the World’s top metropolitan cities; it also plays a role in the overall outlook of the seven Emirates of the UAE. Dubai lies within the Arabian desert, but unlike the southern part of UAE, which is dominated by gravel deserts, Dubai has sandy desert patterns. Two words to depict Dubai’s scene: cutting edge and lovely.

Vast numbers of the United Arab Emirate’s most famous islands, including the Palm Islands archipelago in Dubai, are human-made, yet the nation also incorporates some regular isles. Bu Tinah, for instance, is a little archipelago close to Abu Dhabi, encompassed by coral reefs that are shut to guests, as it is home to uncommon marine life and feathered creatures.

Likewise, Abu Dhabi is the more oversized Saadiyat Island, which is around 10 square miles and is associated with the terrain using two extensions. Land designers, as of May 2012, are intensely focusing on the island for resorts and greens. 

Dubai City Sites & Layouts

Until half of the 20th century, the city depended on fishing and pearl diving, and buildings were the double story. In the 21st century, the world’s largest building Burj Khalifa, has 163 floors have been constructed in Dubai, and other famous buildings have the Mall of Dubai and, Burj Al Arab which is a seven-star hotel in Dubai, shows that the people of Dubai love the luxurious lifestyle. People can enjoy private beaches and world-class dining in Dubai hotels. 

Dubai is in constant compulsion to construct bigger and better buildings than before, making it a city of tall buildings. Dubai frequently competes with itself, trying to magnetize tourists to a dreamlike world of attractions. The attraction is shown in its tourist, landmarks, shopping mall, parks, and hotels.  

Dubai is named the capital of shopping in ‘’the Middle East’’ because it has more than 70 shopping centers. In 2016, Dubai hosted 14.9 million visitors. In 2018, Dubai became the fourth most-visited city globally as the international visitor rate increased by 10.7%. In 2020, it has been expected that the tourist rate of Dubai will reach 20 million.   

Dubai Mall is the top shopping center of the city and gives passage to the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Aquarium. There are great desert visits you can easily take part in, which take you away from sky-scrapers and into a vast desert to experience tranquility. A large number of visitors enjoy sandboarding and camel rides in the desert.

The UAE oil reserves are the 6th biggest on the planet in this is the gaseous petrol reserves that are the world’s seventh-biggest. Sheik Zayed, the leader of Abu Dhabi and the primary President of the UAE, managed the improvement of the Emirates and guided oil incomes into medical services, training, and framework. The UAE economy is the most enhanced in the Gulf Cooperation Council. 

Simultaneously, its most crowded Dubai City is a significant worldwide city and global flying and oceanic exchange center. Therefore, the nation is considerably less dependent on oil and gas than in earlier years and is financially zeroing in on the travel industry and business. The UAE government does perfect annual expenses even though corporate assessment is set up and Value Added Tax at 5% was set up in 2018.

Dubai Climate

Dubai’s climate is generally bearable. Its hot Desert climate has two seasons; summer and winter. Summers are scorching, humid, and dry, with the warm of all the months, is July having a temperature up to 104 F and higher, and the coldest month is January with a temperature of 49 F.

In summer, the temperature of the sea reaches 99 F with humidity over 99%. Rainfall in Dubai is infrequent and does not last for more than a few days. It mostly rains during winter with lightning and thunderstorms. On average, Dubai enjoys only five days of rainfall per year. 

The topography of Dubai, the most crowded city in the United Arab Emirates, is a subtropical desert. It has wonderfully warm winters and scorching sweltering summers when the blend of temperature and dampness makes the warmth genuinely abusive. Actually, in summer, the breeze ordinarily originates from the ocean, bringing moisture from the Persian Gulf.  

Winter in Dubai starts around the most recent seven-day stretch of October and goes on until April. The winter season has the most charming climate, making it ideal for open-air exercises. The more significant part of the precipitation happens during this season. Solid rainstorms are typical to the city during this period; reliable north-westerly breezes and lower temperatures join this. 

The average daytime high throughout the winter season is around 22 °C (72 °F) with overnight lows of 12 °C (54 °F). Precipitation has been expanding in recent a very long time in the city, aggregating to more than 130 mm (5.12 in) every year. 


UAE has the second-largest economy in the Middle East. The economy of Dubai depends not only on oil production but also on real estate sectors, trades, and tourism as the most luxurious hotels; the tallest buildings in Dubai are captivating. In 2014, the economic growth rate started to decline, and in 2019, it remained unchanged, and in 2020, due to COVID-19, its economy shrank by 7% of GDP as oil prices have been reducing.

There are travel restrictions; hence Dubai is facing double shock due to this. It is taping into the global financial market to raise billions of dollars. The economic status of Dubai dropped as its main project Expo-2020 was postponed. The value of Dubai, the real estate market, declined by 30 % since 2014 when it declared that it would host the Expo-2020 World Fair; a grand event on which Dubai has already spent has been postponed till 2021 due to this pandemic.

For 2020, the government allocated a record Dh 66.4 billion in 2019, was Dh 56.8 billion. The total for 2020 is higher by 16.9% compared to the previous year. The budget for public revenue is increased by 25% decided not to impose any new fees. Oil revenue accounts for 6% of the total budget, and revenue accounts for 29%, other side non-tax revenue accounts for 60%. The 2020s budget is the prime budget in the history of the Dubai government.

Salary and wages account for 30%, grant and support expenditures account for 24%, construction accounts for 12%, and 8 billion Dh are supposed to invest in the development of infrastructure projects. Social development sectors like health, education, housing, women, and children are present at 30%, security, justice, and safety account for 19% and economic infrastructure, and transportation account for 46% of total expenditure.

The Department of Finance in Dubai has been inspired by the mandate launching in the 2020 to 2022 budget cycle to maintain sustainability and to stimulate the business sector by increasing business incentives for long-term planning of a stable economy so that Dubai in the future experiences less economic losses.

In June 2020, the Moody’s Investors Service censored their ratings by 8 of the biggest banks in UAE, 

The Benchmark stock index of Dubai dropped the most in this way, DFM General Index lost its rating by 1.3 %. In July 2020, NGO Swissair released a report in which the Gold business in Dubai and Switzerland has been criticized.  

There is no doubt in the fact that Dubai has a thriving economy, all thanks to the excellent monetary policies of the UAE government. Dubai has transformed itself into a global hub of economic activities. Through improved rules and regulations, Dubai has created numerous business opportunities for locals and foreigners alike.

As of late, the travel industry has developed as a significant driver of GDP. Dubai invited 15.93 million guests in 2018, holding its positioning as the fourth most famous objective internationally.

Dubai has also surfaced as the shopping capital of the Middle East because of its differing souks, more than 100 shopping centers, and incalculable malls. Dubai is suitably alluded to as the ‘City of gold,’ as the city houses almost 250 gold shops. Dubai has won the offer to have the most anticipated Expo 2020, which will give an astounding lift to its economy, and is required to make more than 270,000 positions.  

Finance and Other Services 

In the 21st century, Dubai is a global financial center, as most business and real estate transactions have not been legally done. Emirati leaders and international communities are not paying attention to the problematic behaviors and the weak execution practices that make Dubai a globally attractive destination for black money. All criminals and corrupts worldwide operate through Dubai; therefore, it requires anti-corruption approaches to ensure that Dubai’s finance remains clean and attractive.

Dubai Statistic Center (DSA) said that Dubai’s domestic product declined by 3.5% in the first quarter of 2020. The food service sector is affected by 14.8% due to the COVID pandemic. The Dubai health sector declined by 3.7%, where the education sector recorded a decrease of 1.1%, and the construction sector slightly declined by 0.5% but contributed 20.9% to the Dubai economy. The finance and insurance sector shows a growth of 0.3%. UAE central bank deposit increases by 6.9%, i.e., nonresident deposits rise by 3.7%, corporate deposits by 37%, and individual deposits by 26% in 2020. 

The UAE Central Bank set up in Abu Dhabi, directs the banking and financial framework. There are around 50 banks in the UAE with more than 300 branches located all over Dubai, the strict control by the Central Bank has brought about a developing monetary division that displays the qualities typically seen in significant world economies.

Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) is a worldwide monetary community for the neighborhood, local, and global foundations. ADGM’s three autonomous specialists – the Registration Authority, the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA), and ADGM Courts – guarantee that its business-accommodating climate works by global best practices that are perceived by significant money-related focus over the world.


Due to extreme weather conditions, a pedestrian can’t walk by road. Therefore, public transport like buses, metro stations, and taxis is common to travel inside Dubai. There is an official website for Dubai taxis named Dubai Taxi Corporation. Water buses and the metro is a fascinating feature of transportation. Water taxis connect old Dubai to new Dubai via Dubai Creek which is the oldest mode of transportation. Each side has its share of the fine mosque and busy souqs public buildings, shopping mall, towers, luxury apartment, and villas. 

Roads and transportation authority (RTA) were formed in 2005, playing a pivotal role in planning and monitoring transportation in Dubai. In 2009, many workers lost their jobs because of traffic congestion, the single biggest concern in Dubai; there is a car ownership rate of 541 cars per 1000. If the car trend continued, it is estimated that in 2020, 5.3 million registered vehicles will be in Dubai. In 2020, 500 km of roads with 120 multi-routed interchanges will cost 44 billion dirhams. The aim is to improve the life of the motorist. Dubai is a global transport for passengers.

Dubai transportation authority has updated its schedule to limit the spread of the coronavirus; people are not permitted to leave their houses between 8 pm to 6 am. Marine transport will be available on seven lines from 8 am to 7 pm. Tourist lines remain closed, and taxis will operate between 7 am to 8 pm, and there will be 2000 taxis during the infestation period. Almost 902 buses will run from 6 am to 8 pm across 142 routes in the sterilization hours 74 buses will run on 13 different roads. Customer centers open from 9 am to 3 pm, and customers can book their taxis via Cream and Uber apps.

RTA is responsible for arranging and giving the prerequisites of transport i. e. streets and traffic in the Emirate of Dubai. Along with that, RTA is responsible to cater to Dubai and different Emirates of the UAE, and neighboring nations to give a viable and incorporated vehicle framework. Due to rapid population growth, suburban areas in Dubai experience a high measure of gridlock. The city has become the most crowded city in the Middle East.  

Dubai is one of the most loved vacation hotspots on the planet, and it procures the vast majority of its income from the travel industry. If you want to visit Dubai, you have to think about the ideal methods of public vehicles in Dubai. Not at all like different emirates in UAE, Dubai has perhaps the best framework for travel. You can utilize Dubai Metro, and RTA Buses, take a taxi, or even book a helicopter also.


Dubai natives are called Emiratis, their prime language is Arabic, but they also speak English. They are warm and hostile. In 2020, the Population of Dubai is about 3,400,800. And the population is increasing with a ratio of 5.6% as laborers come from other countries. The city of Dubai is a multicultural society having only 5% of Emiratis, and the rest are expatriates from all over the world.

The Expatriates population consists of Asians, Indians, and other people from neighboring countries. With higher demand for workers in the tourism sector, people from the Philippines, China, and Indonesia are also living in Dubai. It is a safe place to live in as the crime rate is low because strict government rules revolve around Islam. In its architecture, drinking of alcohol is allowed to Epacts during daylight hours. 

There is always some ambiguity whenever the topic of dress arises in UAE. The traditional dress of women is the Abaya covering the entire body except for hands, feet, and face, which is common among an older generation of Arab women. Dubai gives equal rights to women like men in all departments like education, universities, and workplace. In contrast, the traditional dress for men is called Kandura, an ankle-length garment with a scarf on their head, which is called Church, and Agal, also called equal, is a black band secured tightly around the Church to keep it in its place.

Expatriates also embrace Kandura which shows they respect the Dubai tradition in their country. In ancient times when resources have been limiting, women needed to create their attire from whatever was available. Black goats were handy, and their skin has been used to make Abayas this way Black color becomes the signature color of Abaya as Emirati men’s national dress is a long white cloak it reflects the sun’s rays. The white color originated from Bedouin culture.

In winter brown and grey are also in trend. Due to a large number of Expatriates, western-style clothing like T-shirts, long skirts, and trousers are in fashion as Dubai attracts tourists, so the dress code is lenient. 

The famous and most delicious food is stuffing camel because it is considered as the most luxurious and celebratory food in Dubai. People are also in love with Al Harees, the Ghazi(the national food of Dubai, it is a complete filling and delicious meal consisting of roasted lamb or mutton served on the top of rice and further topped with vegetables and nuts), and Meghalaya. The average price of food in Dubai is AED 65 per person. Breakfast is usually cheaper than lunch and dinner. 10 to 15% of your bill is expected to be the tip. Guests typically give 5 to 10 Dirhams.

The total population in Dubai is 3.3 Million. Out of a total of 3.3 Million, only around 10% of the people are of Emirati origin, and the remaining 90% are from 100 different countries around the globe. It truly is a global village. The natives are identified as Emiratis, while the foreigners are called ex-pats. 

Ethnic breakdown. Roughly 85% of the ostracized populace (and 71% of the Emirati public) was Asian (predominantly Indian, Pakistani, Filipino, Bangladeshi, and Sri Lankan). About 25% of the populace has Iranian sources. About 3% of the all-out crowd of Dubai has been sorted as “Western”.

Administration, Society, and Government 

Dubai authorities have been directed by the Al Maktoum family since 1833. UAE has ministers of happiness, tolerance, and youth affairs. In licensed venues, alcohol consumption is allowed for non-Muslims. It has been banned in places other than hotels, and clubs. Twenty-one years is the legal drinking and driving age in Dubai. The government has made rules for the public; any attempt to violate these rules leads to serious action. 

In March 2006, the UAE labor minister said that laborers would be allowed to form unions, but in 2020, Federal Public Prosecution declared it unlawful. The employee in prison has not been punished for less than six months and more than a year.

Sexual practices are illegal under UAE law. Speech freedom is limited in Dubai; if anybody disobeys the Royal family or local laws and regulations and culture has to bear the penalty. In September 2020, the Guardian reported that thousands of workers lost their jobs due to a crash in oil prices and COVID-19, so they stayed hungry and got no help from charities; hence, the only source of food is a donation.

Government Of Dubai

The political system of Dubai runs with a federal system, which means that power has been split among central authority and basic political units. Renowned for its abundant wealth, the Dubai government is facing considerable economic setbacks from the coronavirus.

The Government of Dubai oversees the Emirate of Dubai, one of the seven constituent governments which make up the United Arab Emirates. The chief authority of the legislature is the Ruler of Dubai, Sheik Mohammed. The Dubai Municipality and various other administering elements come under its command. 

The fast improvement of Dubai in different financial divisions implied that regular cycles should have been refreshed continuously to guarantee proficiency and speed. Government adequacy became progressively essential, particularly in Government to Consumer (G2C) and Government to Government (G2G) administrations.

Municipal Services  

Dubai Municipality is the largest government institution in terms of service extracted and project executed. The Dubai government provides several municipal services including urban planning, maintenance of public parks, standards for construction and building materials, and recycling items but waste disposal standards are falling day by day. The government is busy making Dubai a well-developed State, but waste management issues have still not been taken into serious consideration. HACCP and food safety relies on the city municipality.

Dubai Municipality began its activities in the mid-fifties to build up a city that offers a solace of living”. Dubai Municipality has more than 15000 staff working in 32 units with a typical vision of the improvement of Dubai. Dubai Municipality has just adopted a digital approach aimed at improving the facilities that they provide. 

Throughout the long term, the Dubai Municipality has dominated in managing six essential parts. It has assisted with making Dubai one of the most exceptional and reasonable worldwide urban areas. Dubai Municipality additionally has the option to extend and develop through 34 Departments, 126 regions, and 4 Centers inside an authoritative structure that incorporates backing and improvement workplaces and the constant endeavors of more than 11,000 representatives and laborers.

Dubai municipality develops 70 parks and playgrounds in 2020. It starts the electronic distribution of 600 residential parks. A total of 550,000 inspection visits were conducted under construction to ensure the health of workers and to reduce the risk of disease by disinfectants, steam cleaning, fogging machines, and disinfectant compressed sprays were used to sterilize the rooms. In January 2020, more than 200,000 cubic meters of water are pumping out.


The healthcare system in Dubai is known worldwide. It is free for UAE citizens and marked as the 2nd and 3rd most famous medical hub in the era as it is easily accessible for natives and ex-pats. Dubai offers good quality hospital and medical insurance with highly qualified medical experts. There are 28 hospitals in Dubai, 6 of which are public, and 22 are private. By the end of 2025, it is planning to build three more major hospitals due to the increasing demand for medical services.

Medical care is one of the most significant concerns for moving workers, and with Dubai naturally positioning itself as one of the most well-known hubs for foreign ex-pats, top-notch medical facilities are necessary. Dubai has outstanding medical facilities available, which offer state-of-the-art specialized treatments to people from around the world.

You can pick yourself up at a public or private center. There are online administrations that can assist you with discovering authorities and making arrangements at no expense. Maybe you need to consider seeing a family specialist at any rate as it may. The person will have the option to suggest the best master for your particular ailments and requirements.

The most significant health problems in the UAE are heart disease, lymphomas, colorectal cancer, obesity, and diabetes. In 2020, the future of Dubai is under threat by the devastating effects of the coronavirus and the economic crisis. 


Like other countries, the education system in Dubai divides into private and public sectors where the primary medium of language is English and Arabic, respectively. The UAE education school system runs in Dubai. In pre-standards, there is coeducation where the American curriculum follows up. The staff is highly qualified and enthusiastic.

In 2020, 17 schools are rated outstanding, and the remaining are placed very well in Dubai. Dubai has two councils that regulate the education system, such that the Dubai education council and Knowledge and human development authority. The education council aims to meet international standards focusing on global certification and high-standard insurance programs.

The Knowledge and human development authority inspects the schools in UAE and promotes the growth and quality of education in Dubai. It governs schools, parents, students, educators, and government partners to meet high-quality education sectors that focus on happiness and well-being.

Two entities are part of the knowledge and human development authorities. The Dubai School Inspection Bureau is responsible for quality standards of educational services in Dubai and The Dubai School Agency was established by Council Decrro to check the school-based services in the Emirate. In 2020, this authority takes part in preventing the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Dubai. 

Coronavirus exposes epic moral failure. Millions of people have left an empty stomachs forced to beg for foods insulted by xenophobic news reports to become sick at the risk of contracting the virus and abuse. Coronavirus warns Dubai against the high risk of cybercrime and scams. 

ADEK plays an essential role in developing the education system in Abu Dhabi as well as a culture of creativity, sustainability, and excellence in the education system. The Abu Dhabi education system contributes to more than 60% of the GDP of UAE.

Education in Dubai covers the degrees of primary, secondary, and university training. The educational system in Dubai is not quite the same as in the other Emirates of the United Arab Emirates. There are numerous public and non-public schools that offer state-of-the-art education to Emiratis and foreigners. 

Essential and optional training is free of cost for all Emiratis and mandatory for young men and young ladies from age five until 15. After moving on from auxiliary school, understudies have been granted either a Secondary School Leaving Certificate or Technical Secondary Diploma. The vehicle of guidance in government-funded schools is Arabic, accentuating English as a subsequent language. There are no co-instructive schools.

Cultural Life 

The culture of Dubai always fascinates visitors as there is a large number of religious places in Dubai that have it a globally prominent place all over the world as it attracts holy people from all over the world. This glamorous film and art industry of the city flourished in the 21st century; local and international movies are promoted at the Dubai International Film Festival; contemporary art has strutted in the annual Dubai art fair. Many public libraries are spread throughout the city, shopping malls have clusters of bookshops, and sporting events are the cultural life of Dubai.

The Dubai world is the most well-paid race. The media industry has been divided into television and newspapers, and foreign companies operate from Dubai media city, an international media hub. Dubai offers infrastructure for many sectors.

The effect of traditional Arab culture has a powerful impact on its museum, festivals, and attires. Generosity and hospitality are the valuable qualities of Arabs, and futurists have warmly welcomed them. Since 2006, the weekend has shifted from Saturday to Friday to maintain the holiness of Friday to Muslims. All cultures have appreciated in Dubai, but tourists must respect Muslim traditions.  

It is a fact that Dubai is a thriving city, with numerous people from around the globe who bring their own culture with them, but the population generally follows the Arab culture in their day-to-day lives. The ex-pats and transient laborers must respect the culture, rules, regulations, and way of life of the native people.  

Modest dresses are to be worn by people that display modesty and which in no way clashes with the culture of Dubai (there is an exemption for private seashores and pools). Visits to mosques will require apparel that completely covers the whole body and ladies must cover their hair with a headscarf, which is normally worn when entering the mosque. Dubai is an overgenerous city of the world; it depends a lot on its luxury lifestyle as Lamborghini is a police car in Dubai.

Dig into the way of life in Dubai and history along Dubai Creek. Start at the Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood and work your way along to Sheik Saeed Al Maktoum’s House and the Heritage Village. Investigate customary-style towns with wind pinnacles and patios, investigate earthenware and weaving by nearby artisans, and find out about neighborhood life at the Sheik Mohammed Center for Cultural Understanding. There are a few exhibition halls and displays in the region, remembering the Dubai Museum for the Al Fahidi Fort. 

Arabian hospitality is the center of its culture, and sipping Arabic coffee is the primary feature of its cultural heritage. The main ingredients of aromatic coffee are cloves, cardamom, cumin, and saffron which magnetize the visitors. Ghana has served with dates in meetings used to host guests and friends hang out. In Dubai, there are many food stalls near the beachside people can eat on the beach. 

Traditional Arabian art is based on Arabic calligraphy which Arabic script has been used to create Islamic artistic patterns. Local and international talents have well-executed events and exhibitions in which galleries, studios, and furniture shops are the main tourist attractions places.

Poetry is an Arabic tradition that has the reflection of nomadic Bedouin culture. Arabic poetry has been used to tell a folk tales, social issues, and guest hospitality or entertain them on journeys across the desert route the prominent types Nabati and Al-Taghrooda. Nabati poetry is direct, while Al-Taghrood is practiced back and forth between two people. On and off Ayyala folks dance is performed during festivals. Men hold cane and dance in rows to show unity. 

Day later, motorsports, and desert adventure is part of local culture. The traditional Emirati heritage sports that originated from stalking and survival include falconry, and camel racing provides the chance to take part. The culture and laws of Dubai and UAE are directly related to Islam and Ramadan, the Holy month of Islam is the best time to experience as worshipers fast from dawn to dusk.

The district heritage Delve along with Dubai Creek. Several museums and galleries are there in Dubai. UAE has a rich heritage that comprises architecture, and historical, and archaeological values surrounding Islam.

History Of Dubai

The history of Dubai could be summed up as a revolutionary story from a very modest beginning to a fascinating place. Dubai set up by Ubaid bin Saeed and Muktum bin Butti Al Maktoum. During the 18th century, it was established as a fishing town with 700 to 800 members. The official record of modern Dubai did not appear until 18 century.

Archaeologists found enormous-scale trading that outposts them to believe that the area was a trading hub. In the 7th century, it was under the first known Muslim dynasty. As the trade roots became stronger in Dubai, the coastal industry, i.e., pearl diving, flourished. In the 20th century, profit from pearl diving increased.

In 1958, oil was first drilled in the UAE after 30 years of research, which was the central turning point in the history of Dubai. Oil changed the fate of this sleepy town and transformed it into a megacity. Another switch for Dubai was when its currency changed from the rupee to the Dirham.

The government authorities encouraged merchants to invest in the city and offer low taxes. When Japan invented artificial pearls, the economic vulnerability of Dubai is exposed. More people travel to Dubai for business which results in the development of hotels and buildings that become a tourist attractions that gave the kick start to its economy. 

The underlying foundations of Dubai date back to the early Minoan period. The site where Dubai currently lies used to be a vast mangrove swamp. By 3000BCe that marsh had evaporated and got inhabitable. It is believed that Bronze Age nomadic sheepherders were the first ones to get accustomed to the environment.

At around 2500 BCE, the first date palm gardens were planted in Dubai; it was the first instance when this site was used for horticultural purposes. During the fifth century CE, the region we presently know as Jumeirah was a convoy station along the shipping lane connecting Oman to what in particular is currently Iraq. 

In 1833 Maktoum bin Butti of the Bani Yas clan drove his kin to the Shindagha Peninsula at the mouth of Dubai Creek. He settled there and proclaimed the autonomy of the town from Abu Dhabi. From that point onwards, Dubai was a fishing town. Today, even with all the profound changes the Emirate has gone through, the Al Maktoum line keeps on administering Dubai. Visitors can experience the past of Dubai by having a stroll at the banks of Dubai Creek. The Abras and the Pontoon boats can be seen in notable streams of Dubai, reminding us of the legacy of the Emirate.

Dubai is broadly known as the hilarity capital of the Middle East, which pulls in many gathering sweethearts from everywhere the world, particularly the well-off individuals to spend lavishly on the most costly places in the city. While Dubai has developed this picture for its vacationers, it disheartens its Islamic nationals to enjoy vast numbers of the amusement administrations advertised. Thus, these administrations are frequently situated in the more touristy zones as opposed to in private parts.

Looking back 10 to 15 years ago, it might felt like a dream metropolis that builds from the sand. It is fantastic to see how Dubai looked years ago and how it evolved into a marvelous city. The longest road in Dubai is Sheikh Zayed Road is the main Highway. It is also well known because Burj Khalifa is here. The construction of this road was started in 1971 and completed in 9 years called Defence Road are architecturally glorious buildings are there.

Dubai Marina

Dubai Marina is a district in Dubai and is claimed to be the largest human-made marina around the globe. It is the home of iconic architecture like the largest Dubai Marina MALL, Al Raheem mosque, and Jumeirah Beach Residence. To form this iconic artificial marina, the constructors brought water from the gulf into the designated site and created a machine-made waterfront.

Dubai Waterfront

Dubai waterfront is a mesmerizing landscape in the list of landscapes all over the globe, whose construction started in 2007 but stopped due to financial downfalls. It is one of the most ambitious projects in the world, as it has numerous canals and thousands of human-made islands across the coastline.

Dubai Creek

Dubai Creek was designed in 1950 and played a crucial role in the history of city formation. It has been working to promote ship trade. It divides the town into two major parts –Deira and Bur Dubai. Dubai Airport construction started in 1965 that came into existence in 1959 on the orders of Sheik Rashid Bin Saeed. It has an 1800m long runway made of compressed sand and is one of the top airports around the globe.

Downtown Dubai

Downtown Dubai construction started in 2000. It was once just empty land, and now it is the busiest tourism pivot and is one of the most prevalent places to visit. It offers some largest landmarks, several restaurants, and cafes, and high accommodations as it locates at Dubai Fountain. Deira Clock Tower in 1963 in the middle of Deira. In 1960, it was only a structure surrounded by sand, and today it has become the most happening center of Dubai.

Dubai World Trade Center

Dubai World Trade Center is a 38-story building that came into existence in 1979. It has 40 meeting rooms over, and almost 500 events are annually there. The purpose of the Dubai World Trade Center named Sheikh Rashid Tower was to construct a complicated and colossal building for events and exhibitions. It played a crucial role in designing the economic history of Dubai.

Jumeirah Mosque

The Jumeirah Mosque construction started in 1976 and came into existence over three years. It can accommodate 12 hundred worshipers, built with white stones in the traditional Fatimid style.