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Dubai considerably goes up in world's safest tourist destination rankings

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Ahmed Al-Bashir, Staff Reporter

Dubai ranked 24th among the safest distinguished tourist destinations in the world, according to a classification prepared by the Insider Monkey website.

The website said that when it comes to distinguished tourist destinations, it is difficult to beat Dubai, as everything in the city, from cars and hotels to resorts and beaches, is pulsing with activity and life. The police in the city drive cars such as McLaren and Aston Martin, and it is also home to the tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa, which is 828 meters high and has 163 floors.

Other places worth visiting in Dubai include its three artificial islands, Palm Jumeirah, Deira Islands, and Palm Jebel Ali.

Hokkaido ranked first in the world, followed by Hawaii in second place, then Ibiza in third place.

In a related context, Burj Khalifa ranked first in the world for the second time in a row in achieving the largest amount of revenue from ticket sales in the world in 2023, outperforming the world’s famous landmarks, according to the American Bounce website for luggage management services.

According to estimates, Burj Khalifa ticket sales in 2023 are expected to reach more than $748 million (Dhs2.74 billion), compared to $622 million in 2022.

The website said that the results of the analysis depended on a variety of factors, including annual visitor numbers, entrance prices, TripAdvisor tourism website reviews, Instagram posts, and more.




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