There’s a reason why most of the top 100 cities in the world are home to many of the best-known shops in the globe.
These are the most visited, the most used, the best prices, and the most shops that offer the widest range of items, including the latest tech and fashion.
Whether you’re looking for something new, or want to enjoy a traditional evening out, Dubai is a must-visit destination for the best in the fashion and tech worlds.
Here are our top 10 cities to visit in Dubai: 1.
Dubai city shop | Al-Jahili Square in Dubai (photo: Bijan Zaidi)Dubai has always been a haven for tech enthusiasts, but with the arrival of Apple and the likes of Google, the city is now more than just an entertainment and tech hub.
While it is often touted as the “Silicon Valley of the Middle East,” it is also home to a number of tech giants like Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook.
With more than 10 million inhabitants, Dubai has the largest population in the Middle Eastern country, and it is home to more than 100 international offices.
There are also numerous tech hubs in the city, including one of the biggest, Al-Nahda Square in the heart of Dubai.
This iconic square is home of Al-Azhar University, the Islamic University of Dubai, and other prestigious Islamic institutions.
With an annual budget of $3.6 billion, the square is the largest of its kind in the region.
With many of its shops open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., it can be a great place to relax in the evening and shop.
Al-Naqda Square, Al Jazeera English, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 2.
Doha city shops | Al Khafsa Square in Doha (photo by Saima Rashed)Doha is a large city located in the Indian Ocean, with the Gulf of Oman in the west and the Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea in the east.
The city is home, among other things, to Al-Sabah Bank and the Al-Saba Bank, both of which have large international branches.
With a budget of nearly $7 billion, Doha is the second largest city in the Gulf, and one of Dubai’s biggest and most visited.
The Al-Ahli Square, which is known for its art and culture, is also one of its main tourist attractions, as it features museums and exhibitions on a large scale.
This square is also known for having the largest number of foreign banks in the UAE, with more than 200 branches around the world.
Al Ahli Square in Al Jazeera News, Dubai 3.
Bangkok city shops // Maitreya Square in Bangkok (photo via Wikimedia Commons)In Bangkok, we know that Bangkok has become known for some of the most luxurious and fashionable destinations in the Southeast Asian country, as well as a number in the United States.
The bustling city is a popular destination for expats and locals alike, with an impressive list of top-quality shopping options.
With several locations across the city that offer international discounts, and several shopping centers within the city itself, there’s no shortage of things to do.
Maitrya Square, Wikipedia, Bangkok, Thailand 4.
Apple store in Dhahran (photo © Bijana Zaidis)Apple is a huge global brand, but the tech giant has a long history in the Kingdom of Jordan.
The company’s headquarters are located in Jordan’s capital city of Amman, where the company has offices in the Old City, and its retail stores are located around the country.
Apple has also been active in the market of electronics since its creation in 1949, and is one of several tech companies that make extensive use of the country as a base to set up operations.
Apple stores in the country include the stores in Amman and Dubai, as a result of which it is the most well-known tech brand in the Arab world.
Apple, Wikipedia 5.
Bangladesh city shop // Aya Bazaar in Dhaka (photo courtesy of Al Jazeera)Dhaka is a city in Bangladesh.
The country is home mostly to ethnic Bangladeshi communities, who are the majority of the population.
The Bangladesi-speaking communities have made great strides in the past few decades, and they are among the most ethnically diverse in the Muslim world.
Many of the major Bangladesh companies, including BSNL, the world’s largest telecoms company, are based in Dhakwa, Bangladesh.
There, BSNG is the third-largest telecom company, and provides connectivity to almost 100 million people, with its mobile service covering almost 20 million people.
While Dhakwas are a vibrant, cosmopolitan city, it is not without its challenges.
For one, Dhakwas live