Dubai is Getting SO GAY!


That seem’s to be the song
that is sung in Dubai!

In 20 years, this area has EXPLODED. Dubai has emerged as a global city and a business hub. Although Dubai’s economy was built on the oil industry, currently the emirate’s model of business, similar to westernized countries, drives it main revenues from tourism, real estate, and financial services. Dubai has recently attracted world attention through many innovative large construction projects and sports events.

Tourism is an important part of the Dubai government’s strategy to maintain the flow of foreign cash into the emirate. Dubai’s lure for tourists is based mainly on shopping, but also on its possession of other ancient and modern attractions. As of 2007, Dubai was the 8th most visited city of the world.  Dubai is expected to accommodate over 15 million tourists by 2015. But will they take the GAY DOLLAR?  Time will tell.

The Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas  are really something to see. It  is a vast, choreographed water feature with performances set to light and music.  The performances take place in front of the Bellagio hotel and are visible from numerous vantage points on the Strip, both from the street and neighboring structures. The fountains are set in a 9-acre  manmade lake.  They incorporate a network of pipes with more than 1,200 nozzles that make it possible to stage fountain displays coordinated with more than 4,500 lights. It is estimated that the fountains cost $75 million to build. The fountains were created by WET, a design firm specializing in inventive fountains and architectural water features – who also did a lot of work for Disney World.

Everything has to be BIGGER, BETTER and record-setting  in Dubai! Have you seen their new fountains?  The Dubai Fountain is a record-setting choreographed fountain system set on the 30- acre man-made  Lake, at the center of the Downtown Dubai development.

 It was designed by WET Design,  Illuminated by 6,600 lights and 25 colored projectors, it is 275 m (902 ft) long and shoots water 150 m (490 ft) into the air, accompanied by a range of classical to contemporary Arabic and world music.  It was built at a cost of $218  US  million. 

 WATCH THE WATER SHOW   on YouTube –  if you can’t make it to Dubai!

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