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About Dubai
  • Dubai is amongst one of the wealthiest and populated cities of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is located in the eastern part of the Arabian Peninsula at the Persian Gulf coast.
  • Dubai is booming rapidly to become the business hub for western Asia and has one of the largest transport industry for passengers & cargo, globally.
  • Dubai has constitutional monarchy and is ruled by the family of Al Maktoum since 1833. However, people of Dubai participate in the Electoral College Board to choose representatives for the Federal National Council.
  • Dubai is known for the lowest crime rates and it is ranked as the seventh safest city in the world.
  • Dubai's education system is divided between the private sector and the public sector. Public schools conduct classes in Arabic. Private schools and all Universities teach in English. The American University in Dubai and Zayed University are among the top universities in Dubai.


  • The country is located in the Persian Gulf coast of the United Arab Emirates approximately 16 meters above sea level.
  • Dubai shares its borders with Sharjah in the northeast, Sultanate of Oman in the southeast and Abu Dhabi in the South.
  • The city lies in the Arabian Desert, although Dubai's topography is significantly different from the southern region of UAE.


  • Dubai experience hot climate throughout the year, just like Persian Gulf coastline, summers here are highly humid and the weather otherwise remains moderate, for the rest of the year.
  • January is the coldest month of Dubai as the minimum temperature drops to 15ºC, while July is the hottest month as the maximum temperature rises to 40o C.
  • In the past few decades, Dubai has witnessºed increase in precipitation making its total rainfall reaching to 130 mm per year.


  • Dubai, primarily has a trade-based economy. The city has two of world's largest ports along with a busy international air cargo hub. The Jebel Ali free trade zone was set up in the 1980s to facilitate trading goods such as aluminum, smelting and car investigation, resulting in industrial investment.
  • Dubai's economy is among the world's largest growing economies as the GDP of 2021 is US$107.1 billion.
  • Revenue generated from Petroleum and Natural gas trade plays a substantial role in the city's economy.
  • Lately, the government is working to shift the economy more into a tourism-based economy.


  • Dubai has seen steady growth in population over the past two centuries from a few thousand people to a population of 3,331,420 people.
  • Many migrants from neighboring and southern Asian countries come to Dubai for employment and trade as the country has a business-friendly environment.
  • The local population, predominantly is of Muslims along with a significant Christian, Hindu and Sikh communities.