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Dubai ranks among world’s best cities in 2023

Dubai ranked first regionally and fifth best city in the world in Resonance Consultancy’s World’s Best Cities Report 2023

by Tanvir Awan
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Dubai has been ranked first regionally and fifth best city in the world in Resonance Consultancy’s World’s Best Cities Report 2023.

Resonance is a leading global adviser on placemaking, branding and marketing for the world’s best cities, districts, developments and destinations.

The listing looks at urban centres and covers city’s safety, neighbourhoods, attractions and landmarks.

Best cities in the world 2023

  1. London
  2. Paris
  3. New York City
  4. Tokyo
  5. Dubai
  6. Barcelona
  7. Rome
  8. Madrid
  9. Singapore
  10. Amsterdam

Why Dubai is world’s best city?

Dubai is considered one of the best cities in the world for a number of reasons:

Strong economy: Dubai has a strong and diverse economy, with a focus on tourism, real estate, and financial services. It is a major business hub and has a high standard of living.

Tourist attractions: Dubai is home to many famous tourist attractions, including the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, and the Palm Jumeirah, an artificial island in the shape of a palm tree. It is also home to the Dubai Mall, one of the largest shopping centres in the world.

Safety and Security: Dubai is known for being a safe city, with low crime rates and a strong police presence to ensure the safety and security of its residents.

Cultural diversity: Dubai is a melting pot of cultures, with a diverse population of expatriates belonging to over 200 countries from all around the world. This diversity is reflected in the city’s food, music and festivals.

Excellent infrastructure: Dubai has an excellent transportation infrastructure, with a modern metro system, buses, and taxis. The city is also well-connected internationally, with a major airport and seaport.

Modern amenities: Dubai is a modern city with all the amenities you would expect in a developed country, including top-notch healthcare, education, and recreational facilities.

Good weather: Dubai has a desert climate with hot, sunny weather most of the year. This makes it a popular destination for travellers looking to escape colder climates.

Luxury properties: Dubai is home to many luxury homes, villas, hotels and resorts, which offer top-notch amenities and excellent service to the residents and tourists alike.

Cultural events: Dubai hosts many cultural events throughout the year, including music festivals, art exhibitions, and sporting events. This gives residents and visitors the opportunity to experience a variety of cultural activities.

Outdoor activities: Many think that Dubai is only a desert city, but this impression is not true at all. Dubai has a number of outdoor activities and recreational opportunities to offer. These include beach and water sports, golf, and desert safaris.

Business-friendly environment: Dubai is a major business hub in the MENA region and has a business-friendly environment that attracts companies from around the world. The city has a liberal economic policy, a stable political environment, and a strategic location at the crossroads of Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Innovative and forward-thinking: Dubai is known for its innovative and forward-thinking approach to city planning and development. This has resulted in a number of iconic projects such as such as Burj Khalifa and the Palm Jumeirah.

Tax-free income: Dubai is one of the few cities in the world where residents do not have to pay personal income tax. This makes it an attractive place for people looking to save money on their taxes.

Employment opportunities: Dubai is a city with a strong economy and a large expat population, which means that there are many job opportunities available. This is particularly true in industries such as finance, tourism, and real estate.

tanvir@dubainewsweek.com

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