Dubai’s current and future wonders: biggest skyscrapers, man made islands but also palaces and mansions developed by Tiger Woods and Dubailand

There will be snow boarding in a Dubailand dome which is part of a massive larger development shown in architectural drawing. DUBAILAND will cover an area of 3 billion square feet and a population of 2.5 million people, which includes tourists, workers and residents, once fully operational. The development will have multiple theme parks, culture & art, science & planetariums, sports & sports academies, wellbeing & health, shopping & retail and resorts & hotels.

A section of the Dubailand development is Tiger Wood’ new golf course.
Tiger Woods plans to build his own 16,500 square-foot (1,533 square meter) mansion on the estate, where the 287 homes will sell for between $12 million and $23 million. Dubai is just east of Saudi Arabia and is big duty free shop (duty free country) and playground for the rich.

One of the Tiger Woods Dubai homes. Many more will be custom built.

The Tiger Woods Dubai will include 21 palaces, 75 mansions, 100 Villas, 90 leased villas, Boutique Hotel, Golf Academy, Club House and Al Ruwaya golf course.

There will be a 60,000 square foot clubhouse

More houses and information at the tiger woods dubai residence site

There are many massive projects going on in Dubai.

Dubai land map

A separate development is the Bawadi. The longest strip of hotels. 51 hotels along 10 kilometers (6 miles). Each hotel will be individually themed.

Dubai already has the world’s tallest skyscraper almost completed and has another even taller one in the works

the two tallest buildings in this picture are the proposed Dubai tower and the one that is being completed. the third one is the current tallest Taipei 101 building, then the Empire state building and the Eiffel tower.

Dubai is also building the largest artificial island The largest island/peninsula is the Palm islands in Dubai The largest of those is the Palm Deira, which will be 80 square kilometers Manhattan is 64 square kilometers.

Dubai shares a border with Saudi Arabia. It is east of Saudi Arabia and is along the Persian Gulf.

Revenues from petroleum and natural gas contribute less than 6% (2006) of Dubai’s US$ 37 billion economy (2005). A majority of the emirate’s revenues are from the Jebel Ali free zone authority (JAFZA) and, increasingly, from tourism and other service-oriented businesses.