Ah yes, the mega rich city fueled by oil money that is trying to win the chase to the future! Every bit of news we get from Dubai seems to come from another planet, or another universe even! The city has a strong reputation of being over the top in everything they do.
1. Super Bus
The UAE is the epitome of luxury, and this bus that comes straight from Dubai is the perfect example. The vehicle is constructed from super light and durable fiber that is used for building missiles. Created in the Netherlands, the design of this impressive Super bus is unique, with the doors that open up, just like in a space shuttle. It can seat 23 passengers and it reaches speeds of up to 250 km/h, unheard of in any other bus in the world.
Each passenger can be seated super comfortably, and can control their own temperature. The seats are furnished with massage-like chairs made from real leather, and have their own airbags. The modern technology this bus is equipped with will make any ride one of a kind.
2. A Supercar Flies
Dubai is providing an impressive service to the super-rich. If you travel without renting a car, you can use Skywheel’s transportation service. This company will pick up the car at your door and deliver it to your address by air. They will fully and fully arrange for the two-way transportation service. Accompanied by strict security and insurance policies.
3. Mad Artificial Island
The Palm Islands is a place consisting of three of the largest artificial islands in the world to date. These three islands are shaped like palm trees and become one of the tourist attractions in Dubai .
The three artificial islands are named Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Deira, respectively . The archipelago located on the coast of Dubai adds nearly 520km of beaches to the city. The Palm Island is also considered one of the greatest works of mankind.
This is also the place where many billionaires and celebrities choose to build luxury apartments. Among them is the apartment formed by the famous football player David Beckham and the heads of the country of Dubai.
4. Worlds First Temperature Controlled Indoor City
Dubai’s ruler Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum has unveiled plans for the Mall of the World — a 48 million-sq.-ft. (4.5 million sq m) shopping center, to be the world’s largest, which will also form the world’s first temperature-controlled “city.”
Designed by developers Dubai Holding, the complex will be modeled on the cultural district around New York’s Broadway and Oxford Street in London, and is expected to draw 180 million visitors to the city annually — even during the sweltering 104°F (40°C) summer. (The complex will be opened to the elements during tamer winter months to allow fresh air to circulate.)
The ambitious project will include the world’s largest indoor amusement park and shopping mall, 100 hotels and serviced apartment complexes, an entertainment center to host 15,000 people, and a 3 million-sq.-ft. (300,000 sq m) “wellness district” for medical tourism. Buildings in the city will be connected by promenades stretching 4.5 miles (7 km). The plan is Dubai’s latest attempt to mark itself as the economic hub of the Islamic world; the UAE’s most populous city already boasts the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa, which stands at 2,722 ft. (829.8 m).
In addition, as countries around the world struggle to reduce their greenhouse emissions, the project could lead the way for environmentally responsible urban planning.
5. Flying Cars
These flying cars Dubai are “Autonomous Aerial Vehicles (AAV)”, and they look more like pods than actual cars. This driverless flying car in Dubai comes with a touch screen that displays maps of destinations through pre-set routes. The passengers can interact with the touch screen navigation to reach their destination.
These AVVs have been designed by Ehang, a Chinese company, to facilitate a seamless new mode of transport in the city. The design and model, known as Ehang 184, was also showcased at the World Government Summit 2017. All you have to do is sit in this car and relax.
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