Eng. Hussain Nassir Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality, has said that the civic body is in great confidence to accomplish the two ambitious tourism projects, the Dubai Safari and Dubai Frame by the end of 2014.
In addition eight high-tech specialized markets across the different areas of the emirate are being developed aiming to decentralize the business activities to more spacious and comfortable places enabling the visitors of the emirate, tourists and residents meet their shopping requirements away from the traffic congestion of the city.
The total cost of ten projects is estimated at around AED 883.5 million.
The projects included Dubai Safari, Dubai Frame, Al Ayas Shopping Complex, Bird and animal market, Al Fahidi Market, Hatta traditional market, Fish market, Truck market, Used furniture market and Boat and fishing market.
In addition to these ten projects there are some other unique projects like Holy Qur-an Park and Maritime Museum which are still under the initial stages of designing and other preparations, according to DM.