The UAE’s metamorphosis over the past 45 years has been stunning — from a young nation lacking in infrastructure, it has transformed into an international hub of industry, aviation, tourism and medicine. It has world-class facilities that attract investments from multi-national companies. People flock from all corners of the globe looking for employment and a better life here.
Dubai and Abu Dhabi led the charge of development as the two emirates developed crucial sectors. In no time, they were among the top cities of the world. But now, there is growth all over the country. Ras Al Khaimah has seen phenomenal development and it is being described as having the potential of becoming the St Tropez of the UAE. Delegates at Arabian Hotels Investment Conference have stressed that Ras Al Khaimah will see the highest growth over the next five years.
But if Ras Al Khaimah is where people will throng to, seeking affordable luxury, then Umm Al Quwain is seeing development too. The Umm Al Quwain Government has signed an agreement with real estate developer Sobha Group, to launch an integrated resort and residential island. Firdous Sobha will cover an area of 53 million square feet and will include hotels, resorts, retail outlets, sea-front villas, terraced apartments and an 18-hole golf course. The vision is to transform Umm Al Quwain into a tourist and commercial destination. Read More……..