There is always a reason why a city gets recognized by the Traveller Choice Awards. The Travellers’ Choice Awards highlight the most popular destinations in the world based on the impressions, experience and reviews of millions of travellers from around the world. In 2014 Dubai has been named one the top 25 placed to visit.
Dubai is a constantly changing cosmopolitan city, a sprawling desert oasis with blending traditions. You can visit new landmarks, such as the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, and the inspiring Dubai Fountains. Ride in a wooden boat taxi and take in the sights and smells of the Souks. Dubai has its virtues, so if you find yourself with 24 hours in the city, you’ll have no shortage of things to do.
The hosting of Expo 2020 in Dubai will reshape the way business is being done in the UAE and the region and the event will positively impact the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and wider Middle East, North Africa and South Asia region (Menasa), according to experts. Hosting Expo 2020 in Dubai is likely to boost the attractiveness of Dubai as a base for overseas companies wishing to invest in the Middle East. Experts say there are likely to be a number of secondary and indirect effects to the financial advisory services, in addition to the direct opportunities to advise on the capital for projects to build new infrastructure.
In a city where hotel occupancies are already high, Expo 2020 is estimated to require an additional number of hotels of all categories from budget through to luxury, which is expected to create new jobs for people from all over the world in tourism and hospitality (and to help bring the world’s unemployment level down).
Dubai is the city which is definitely worth to visit and the award clearly confirms it once again.