The tallest buildings in the UAE embrace the clouds in an enchanting scene that the most famous international photographers race to document with video clips and photographs that have become the most popular and highest viewed in all media and social media.
Standing above the clouds has always been a dream of many people, especially in childhood, but this dream has become a reality in the Emirates, which includes dozens of skyscrapers whose upper floors penetrate the clouds and transcend them, providing its residents the opportunity to watch them run from under them and around them.
The process of building skyscrapers in the UAE continues without stopping, and in 2020, the UAE and Dubai in particular took first place in the world in the construction of skyscrapers within one year with 12 towers, each exceeding 200 meters in height, according to data from the World Council on Tall Buildings.
The Dubai Creek Tower, which is being developed by Emaar Properties, in cooperation with Dubai Holding, is an exceptional tourist landmark, as it will be the tallest tower in the world upon completion. .
In addition to the Burj Khalifa, the highest human-built building with a height of 828 meters, the UAE has 5 towers among the 10 tallest residential skyscrapers in the world, according to the classification prepared by Prestige Online magazine, which specializes in luxury and luxury brands at the end of last year.
The list of residential towers includes the “Princess Tower” with a height of 413 meters, which held the title of the tallest residential tower in the world from 2012 to 2015, the “Elite Residence” with a height of 380 meters, the “23 Marina” tower with a height of 392 meters, and the “Torch” tower. – With a height of 352 meters, all in Dubai, in addition to the Burj Mohammed bin Rashid, the tallest building in Abu Dhabi, with a height of 381 meters.
The list of skyscrapers in the Emirates is not limited to residential towers, as the Emirates includes 7 of the 12 tallest hotels in the world, led by Gevora Hotel with a height of 356.3 meters, followed by JW Marriott Marquis with a height of 355 meters, SLS Dubai Hotel and Residences with a height of 336 meters, Rotana « Rose Rayhaan” 333 meters, Burj Al Arab Hotel 321 meters, Jumeirah 309, Millennium Plaza 294 meters.
And turned skyscrapers in various forms, residential or hotel and others to a key factor in enhancing the country’s tourist attractiveness, for example, is classified Burj Khalifa in Dubai among the 10 most tourist attractions in the world.
The skyscrapers in the UAE, in addition to their aesthetic value, embody a 50-year-old success story during which it confirmed that it is a country that loves the first ranks in all fields.