Dubai wonders according to ( World Atlas ) is famous for its architectural features and attractive skyline. It boasts a number of architectural marvels including the tallest hotel. Tallest building and largest shopping mall in the world. Here is a glimpse of the top ten architectural marvels in Dubai.
Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world since 2008 and was launched in 2005 and completed in 2010. It has 57 elevators and tourists can visit the observation deck on the 124th floor overlooking the Dubai fountain below the tower.
Burj Al Arab is the third highest hotel in the world standing tall at 1053 feet. Its design as a glider. The hotel is on an artificial island. The hotel has 202 hotel rooms, the smallest of which is 1820 square feet, and the royal suite of the world’s most expensive is 24 thousand dollars per night.
Dubai Mall is currently the largest mall in the world with a total area of 5.4 million square feet. The most visited buildings in the world in 2011 named 54 million visitors a year.
The artificial palm islands off the coast of Dubai are among the largest in the world and built in the form of palm trees.
The Cayan Tower, with a height of 1004 square feet and comprising 74 floors, is unique in its design with a 90 degree spiral winding. The rooms of the tower designed in a way that does not allow the sun to affect them directly. As a result of the presence of titanium metal plates on the concrete columns.
Mall World, an existing project with a planned 48 million square feet, of which 8 million allocated for retail space. It will feature the world’s largest theme park.
Other wonders are Atlantis the Palm, World Islands, Ski des, and Wonderland