Dubai is the most populous emirate in the United Arab Emirates. Dubai is located in the middle of the Arabian Peninsula and the South Bank of the Arabian Gulf. It is the center of the Gulf region. Across the sea from the South Asian subcontinent, it is adjacent to Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Oman.
Dubai is the most populous emirate in the United Arab Emirates, with an area of 3980 square kilometers, accounting for 5.8% of the total area of the United Arab Emirates. In terms of area, Dubai is the second largest emirate after Abu Dhabi. The main pillar industries include logistics, trade, finance and tourism.
Dubai also ranks first in the United Arab Emirates in terms of economic strength. About 70% of the non oil trade of the United Arab Emirates is concentrated in Dubai. Therefore, Dubai is customarily known as the "trade capital" of the United Arab Emirates and the economic and financial center of the Middle East.
Dubai is one of the global international financial centers. It has become a bridge between the eastern and western capital markets. At the same time, it has also become an important logistics, trade, transportation, tourism and shopping center.
It has the world's first seven-star hotel (sailing Hotel), the world's tallest skyscraper (Khalifa tower), the world's largest shopping center and the world's largest indoor ski resort. It has attracted the attention of the world with the characteristics of active real estate, events, talks and other near world records. The 2020 World Expo will be held here.