Dubai ranked at the No.1 spot for tourists

Another fresh survey has placed Dubai as the top tourism destination.

Dubai has topped the list of the most popular city breaks in the world.

It has been defined among the cities that came up as the most often searched-for city breaks across many countries.

Dubai was followed by Paris (16 nations from which individuals wish to visit this city), Boston (12), Madrid (8), and Singapore (7), with London (6), Cape Town (6), Amsterdam (5), Copenhagen (3), and Buenos Aires (3) make up the top ten.

According to the research, countries interested in visiting Dubai include India, Pakistan, the Maldives, the Seychelles, Saudi Arabia, Eritrea, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone, the Gambia, Azerbaijan, and Mauritius.

For the rankings, Google search data showed from over 130 countries across the world.

The result comes less than a week after Dubai was named the most popular tourist and investment place on TikTok, with 81.8 billion views of the hashtag #Dubai. Following the emirate were New York City, London, Istanbul, Paris, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, Toronto, and Madrid.

Dubai -the city of opportunity

Dubai is the thread-connected emirate of UAE acts as a initial hotspot hub for multi billions of dollars of business and investment into the Middle East, Europe, Africa, India, Asia and beyond.

Its perfect time zone and strategic global location, combined with business-friendly environment and cutting-edge futuristic infrastructure, have sculped shape of Dubai into a leading global trade, finance, and e-commerce stronghold. The city is connected to the world where more than 2.5 billion people can access in about 4 hours of flight and reach the world’s largest emerging growth markets.

Dubai inspires and attracts like-minded and business individuals who are inspired to bring perspective business idea to global business market.

One of the more unpredictable events, pandemic, had led long-term impact in our life’s particularly for business worldwide. Pandemic worked as call-up for many of us. It highlighted the importance of having a backup plan to avoid a reliance to a single location to protect operations and keep them running. Only a few business thrived while others struggled to survive. So where your contingency office will be when history repeats itself? We believe the answer is simple. Consider…Dubai.

Dubai reinforcing its position as the fastest growing city hub in the Middle East. Dubai has proved that it is a market you can bank upon. The leaders of the country are foresighted visionary and had put in plans various and strategies to assist entrepreneurs and companies from other countries to establish bases in the Emirate. You get all benefits but you don’t pay any hefty taxes except VAT.

Dubai is home of huge and cost-effective talent pool over 200 hundred different nationalities all with different background and business experience creating a treasure source of ideas. A multicultural melting pot with world-class infrastructure, pro-business ecosystem and a safe and low-risk operating environment, Dubai enables your business to succeed.

Dubai is pro-business city and the overall enabling attitude and people-centric values of the government meant the business were always taken care of. After just a few weeks of lockdown Dubai bounced back. The city was probably the fastest responders when it came to handling pandemic which strengthened the position of Emirate as enabling the epicenter of growth for business in 2022 and beyond. So what is stopping you?


Dubai adheres closely to Sharia (traditional Islamic religious) law. There is little tolerance for same-sex relations and multiple common actions are illegal, including:

  • PDA (including same-sex PDA)
  • Public drunkenness
  • Possessing products containing CBD
  • Immodest dress, especially for women (which can include bear 
  • arms, low necklines, and short shorts)
  • Swearing
  • Misuse of social media and/or the internet
  • Rude gestures
  • Religious evangelizing
  • Photographing people and government buildings without permission
  • Criticizing the government


  • Dubai is in the desert. Temperatures regularly exceed 120 degrees Fahrenheit, with high humidity. And if you’re thinking of taking a swim to cool off, the waters bordering the UAE are notorious for rip currents that can drag an unsuspecting swimmer out to sea.


  • Dubai’s rate of traffic accidents is quite high, mainly because of excessive speed. 
  • Pedestrians are also at risk. Vehicles in Dubai often fail to stop at designated pedestrian crossings.


  • Public transportation in Dubai is generally safe, as are taxis and ride-sharing services. Make sure the driver’s name and identification number are posted in the back; take a picture of the information if you’re concerned. Use only licensed taxis, and never accept rides from strangers.


       It is generally safe for women to visit Dubai, even alone. However, it’s important to:

  • Dress conservatively
  • Stay in groups or pairs (especially after dark)
  • Avoid making eye contact with men
  • Avoid bars, clubs, or hotels where prostitutes may operate
  • Never accept drinks from strangers or leave drinks unattended


With all that, you might be thinking of Dubai as unsafe for travelers – and you’d be wrong. The United Arab Emirates are very safe for most travelers under most circumstances … if you stay within the boundaries.

There’s no shortage of interesting and beautiful neighborhoods to visit. Dubai includes the following:

  • 11-mile-long Jumeirah Beach
  • The Souk (market) Madinat Jumeirah
  • Discovery Gardens
  • Palm Island
  • Dubai Mall (and its aquarium)
  • The Mall of the Emirates (and its famous indoor ski slopes)
  • The Old Quarter
  • The Green Plane