Dubai Internet City

Internet City is a neighbourhood designed for IT companies. It is situated between the New Downtown and Dubai Marina in the South part of the city. It is not very big, but has a few skyscrapers, most prominent are two Chrysler Building clones. Microsoft, Oracle, Nokia and IBM are among the companies that have offices here, and it is declared a free economic zone. Dubai Media City is bordering Internet City to the West. The Media City, focused on media companies, was established in year 2000, also got some skyscrapers and is very close to the shore where the road to the Palm Jumeirah Island begins.


Looking towards the Internet City and Al Kazam Towers from the metro



View towards Dubai Marina and Internet City

The metro above Palm Island, looking towards the Media City

The metro station for Internet City with Concorde Towers to the right, ABB that has their logo on top is a large Swedish company. In the distance you can see the Media City, that is dominated by the islamic style skyscraper to the left.


Internet City and Media City skyline

Media City residential skyscraper in Middle Eastern style

Sheikh Zayed Road, towards Internet City, seen from Dubai Marina metro. The edgy glass skyscraper to the left is the Arenco Building (244m) from 2008.


Internet City panorama

Internet City Station

Skyline of Media City (front) and Internet City (back). Al Kazim Towers (middle) from 2008 are practically two clones of Chrysler Bldg in NY. 2 of 3 actually (Churchill Residency is the other).

The futuristic elevated pedestrian bridge above Sheikh Zayed Rd, to the metro. Looking towards Desert Springs Village.


Internet City metro (right)

Al Salam Telecom Tower





One of the two Al Kazim Towers, two clones of Chrysler Building, at Internet City by night.


Internet City illuminated skyscrapers


Street level, Internet City, with Dubai Marina in the background   Internet City and Dubai Marina seen from our hotel roof in Al Barsha