The flamboyant city of Dubai is a home for tourists from all over the world and RCCG Events is making visiting Dubai easy for many. The country’s rich cultural history and infrastructure makes her the tourism capital of the world. Over the years, Dubai has pushed the limits on its architecture and its cultural diversions.

The Burj Khalifa, at a height of 828 metres (2,716 feet) and more than 160 stories, is currently the tallest building in the world.

Although, there are two towers under construction – one in Jeddah and the other in Dubai – these buildings are projected to top the Burj Khalifa when they open in 2019 and 2020 respectively. The Palm Jumeirah, is the first completed of three planned Palm Islands in Dubai. It is the world’s largest artificial island, and includes high-end housing and hotels.

The Dubai World Cup is the richest horse race in the world. Dubai has even built a ski-hill in a mall. The city has become an international hub for investment and a major measurement for economic development around the world.

Oil revenue helped accelerate the early development of the city but its reserves are limited and production levels are low. Today, less than 5% of the emirate’s revenue comes from oil. Dubai’s economy now relies on revenues from tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services. With a Per Capita of USD35, 000, the city stands as one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

Tourism is an important part of the Dubai government’s strategy to maintain the flow of foreign cash into the emirate. Its amazing investments in building the most amazing structures the world has ever seen continues to draw attention of tourists, entrepreneurs and job seekers around the world. Its Palm Islands are the largest artificial islands in the world and one of the most ambitious developments on earth. Their unique palm-tree shapes help to add 520 kilometres to Dubai’s coastline.


These amazing man-made islands are considered the eighth wonder of the world. The Palm Trilogy, which comprises the Palm Jebel Ali, the Palm Deira and the Palm Jumeirah, houses luxury hotels, exclusive beachside homes, water theme parks, marinas, as well as leisure and entertainment centres.
The Dubai Mall is the largest shopping centre in the world by area. Its 1,200 retail outlets, department stores, over 160 food and beverage outlets, and huge entertainment zone, attract more than 750,000 visitors every week. The mall has also a 250-room luxury hotel, and even a large aquarium in it. The Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, with the world’s largest viewing panel.
Outside the mall, there’s the incredible Dubai Fountain with its dancing waters which is largest of its kind in the world. It is illuminated by 6,600 lights and 25 colour projectors that create a visual spectrum of over 1,000 abstract attractions. Its beam of light can be seen from over 20 miles away, and is visible from space, making it the brightest spot in the Middle East. This amazing 275 meters-long (900 ft.) fountain can spray 83,000 litres (22,000 gallons) of water and shoots water jets as high as 152 m (500 ft.) into the air in sync with classical, Arabic and world music.
Tourism in Dubai is at its peak and drawing major attentions around the world. No wonder why Dubai is the world’s number one destination for summer vacations and holidays. People yarn to see the amazements of the city filled with a lot of magic.
The extravagant Atlantis, The Palm Hotel houses, two underwater suites that provide views from floor-to-ceiling windows into a lagoon filled with 65,000 marine creatures, including sharks. Major attractions include the Aqua-venture Waterpark, where riders experience near-vertical drop down before being catapulted through a shark-filled lagoon – the Lost Chambers, a labyrinth of underwater tunnels filled with marine life and modelled on the architecture of Atlantis – the sizable Ambassador Lagoon, which is filled with 65,000 marine animals – and the Dolphin Bay, in which guests can swim and interact with dolphins.

With more than 1,500 guest rooms, the complex also features a 1.4 km pristine white beach, world-class cuisine and luxury boutiques. Also, the city’s Princess Tower is recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world’s tallest residential building since 2012. Towering over Dubai Marina skyline at 414 meters (1,355 ft.), the 101-storey skyscraper houses 763 luxury apartments, one of the most expensive properties in the city, as well as eight retail stores in the World and World Islands also a collection of 300 manmade islands constructed in the shape of a world map, situated 4 kilometers (2.5 mi) off the coast of Dubai.

Created from tons of sand rock, the entire development is an area that covers 6 by 9 kilometers (3.7 by 5.6 mi) and is surrounded by an oval-shaped breakwater island. Each island is for sale and ready for development. Its Earth’s shape is visible only by satellite or from the top of the world’s tallest building, the Burg Khalifa.
A miracle, incredibly developed in the middle of the desert, the Dubai Miracle Garden is the largest natural flower garden in the world. The 72,000-square-meter colourful garden has more than 45 million flowers fashioned into the shapes of hearts, stars, igloos, pyramids, flower-decked vintage cars, arc-shaped walkways and so on, which will change each season. It has entered the Guinness Book of Records with the world’s biggest flower clock, and also hopes to be recognized as having the longest wall of flowers and the largest pyramid of flowers. The city of Dubai has a thing for reaching and eclipsing the world’s greatest milestone for socio-development and tourism.
A record-breaking number of international travellers flew into Dubai in 2017, further cementing the city’s position as one of the leading tourist capitals in the world, a new report showed. According to the latest data published by the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism), Dubai is nearing its 2020 tourism target as it welcomed a total of 15.79 million visitors last year, up by 6.2 per cent over a year earlier.

One can only imagine how high the level of demand for tourism is in Dubai, a lot of people still have to go through a whole to of stress to get things done, getting Visa ready, hotel reservations etc, but with RCCG Events you only have to sit back as we take all the hassle off you with our 48 hour visit visa procurement service, world-class hospitality and overall tour, wedding, business summit and general event facilitation.

At RCCG Events, your event is guaranteed a memorable one. Contact us today as we take you on a life transforming experience around the wonders of Dubai. Let’s help you create magic today.