Saturday, November 22, 2008

Dubai and the UAE!!

Camels are seen early morning on a beach in the Marina area of Dubai October 16, 2008. (REUTERS/Steve Crisp)

2An Emirati man holds a falcon during the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition in Abu Dhabi on October 8, 2008. The annual exhibition has achieved great success both within the Gulf region and worldwide attracting international specialist exhibitors of guns, hunting vehicles, shooting, fishing, falconry, equipment and accessories. (KARIM SAHIB/AFP/Getty Images) #

3British motorcyclist James West drives his 690 cc KTM Rally bike during preliminary super stage action in Dubai on October, 26 2008, one day before the official start of the UAE Desert Challenge Rally. More than 140 drivers took part in the five day rally. (MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/ Getty Images) #

4The Queen Elizabeth 2 cruise liner enters the Firth of Clyde past Cumbrea Elbow lighthouse on October 5, 2008. The ship is making its final journey in November to Dubai to be re-fitted as a luxury floating hotel anchored off Palm Jumeirah, the world's largest man-made island. (PAUL BARKER/AFP/Getty Images) #

5A sculpture of an ant is seen in front of the Dubai International Financial Exchange October 7, 2008. Gulf Arab stock markets had slumped to multi-year lows as speculation intensified that a five-year property boom had come to an end and heavyweight financing firms would be forced to merge as credit conditions deteriorated. (REUTERS/Steve Crisp) #

6Heavy fog rolls by high-rise constructions near the Dubai Marina in this November 21, 2007 file photo. (REUTERS/Steve Crisp) #

7With a background of Sheikh Zayed highway's towers, Muslims of different nationalities perform the Eid al-Fitr prayers at Grand Musalla in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili) #

8Visitors look at a model of a proposed development entitled "City of Arabia" at the opening of the Cityscape 2008 international real estate exhibition in Dubai on October 6, 2008. (MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/ Getty Images) #

9A man walks close to a polluted beach in the popular Jumeirah area in the Gulf Emirate of Dubai on October 25, 2008. News of a serious sea water pollution is causing worries in Dubai, especially after the municipality closed off one of the most popular beaches in the emirate. (KARIM SAHIB/AFP/Getty Images) #

10With the world's tallest under construction tower, Burj Dubai, background left, vehicles pass by the under construction towers at the Business Bay in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Monday, Oct. 27, 2008. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili) #

11Arab clients smoke waterpipes after breaking their fast at a Ramadan tent in a five-star hotel in Dubai on September 16, 2008. Besides charity banquets for the poor during the fasting month of Ramadan, fancy tents that offer sumptuous meals at relevant prices flourish in the oil-rich Gulf emirate, attracting both locals and foreigners, Muslims and non-Muslims, many of whom exchange normal dinner outings with the sunset 'iftar' meal and late night 'suhur' snacks and waterpipes. (MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/ Getty Images) #

12Burj Dubai, the tallest tower in the world, is seen in the background as labourers work at a construction site near the Dubai Mall, October 29, 2008. The Dubai Mall, one of the world's largest, has pushed back its opening on October 30 to five days later. (REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah)

13A handout picture made available on October 26, 2008 from the media office of Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashed al-Maktoum shows Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid al-Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Defence Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, walking through an aisle of the second Emirates Airline A380 superjumbo at Dubai international airport. The rich Gulf Emirate received the second A380 on October 24, 2008. Emirates, which is owned by the government of Dubai, is the largest customer of the A380. It has 58 on order in a deal worth about 18.8 billion dollars based on list prices. (AFP/Getty Images) #

7 comments:

Maria Emile said...

Really Dubai is Like heaven on earth. Its the wish of every person to invest and live in Dubai. Everyone wants to visit Dubai. Which is a sign that the Dubai economy is getting prosper.

Rivaldo Gibs said...

Yes you are right maria the thins are changing in Dubai with a pleasant projects. The projects which are being adopted are making the Dubai a heaven on earth for visitors.

Property Portal said...

Dubai have touch the heights of sky and the depth of sea. Really the impossibles are being made possible by the Dubai shyeks.

Clara James said...

Thanks! for giving us some interesting information about Dubai real estate. I think that now it is the time to be boost up Dubai real estate market. Now the financial crisis is diminishing day by day and investors are likely to invest. The number of investors are not such that before the financial crisis but they are enough to boost the real estate market of Dubai. There are lots of websites like allrealestateproperty.blogspot.com which gives the information about property situation of Dubai.

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Anshu Sharma said...

Dubai and Abu Dhabi Real estate is really grate gives a world's best architecture and eye catchy building .