Dubai TravelDubai Travel Dubai has solidified itself as one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in the world. From the initial concept of the Burj Al Arab which was to be more of an icon or landmark for the city to leverage off of than an investment, the city has gotten bigger and bolder in its attempts to become one of the world’s great destinations. With visitors expected to reach 15 million by 2010 the question continues to be what will Dubai continue to offer? With the initial tourist attractions such as the Burj Al Arab, large ambitious malls Dubai will need to add significant value over the next few years to continue to bring back those who have already visited. The Palm Jumeirah is one of the projects which will occupy over 40 hotels and add another iconic attraction for those looking for the island beach vacation with an added twist of being only a few minutes to the city’s shopping attractions. The Dubai Land project is probably Dubai’s most ambitious as it is looking to replicate the Disneyland concept in America. The jury will be out on this one for quite a while as the project is not set to fully complete by 2012. The key drivers’ now that are close to being completed is the many industry initiatives that are being undertaken such as Healthcare City, Dubai International Finance Centre. These projects are targeting the regional health and financial needs which will also bring in another element of health tourism and investment tourism which should give Dubai another diverse feeder. Planning your new Dubai Holiday ? Visit http://www.dubaishortstay.com for Dubai apartments -Dubai Villas.