The growth witnessed by the Arabian Travel Market (ATM, whose 26th edition began yesterday in Dubai) is emblematic of the progress that Dubai has seen over the decades. What began in 1994 with representatives from 52 nations deploying 300 exhibitors to host 7,000 trade visitors has now evolved into a giant industry event that facilitates $2.5 billion in industry deals and attracts 2,500 exhibitors from 153 countries.
People often forget about the cultural heritage of Dubai. From the world’s largest manmade island to the otherworldly Museum of the Future, Dubai is a glass-and-steel preview of the future. The city is regularly (and rightfully) celebrated for its superb planning and vision, as well as its cutting-edge modernity.
Dubai is home to many billionaires from across the world and many rich and powerful people travel to live the high-life there. While in Dubai, they love to flaunt their wealth and enjoy luxuries that can be found nowhere else. From vending machines that throw out gold bars to gold and diamond-studded cellphones that cost as much as some apartments, if you can imagine the wildest of luxuries, it probably already exists Dubai.
Accurate knowledge of the true costs associated with a home purchase, beyond simply the monthly loan payment, is vital information for buyers to have ahead of time in order to