Dubai’s heir to the throne shared some amazing images of luxurious city skyscrapers, including the tallest building in the world – rising through the clouds.
In his white clothes and a cup of coffee, Hamdan bin Mohamed Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai, took a breath-taking photograph of the sunrise and posted it on his Instagram profile saying:
“A world of opportunities lie beneath.”
The Crown Prince captured some stunning photographs of Dubai covered with a blanket of fog from the top of the tallest building in the city – the Burj Khalifa, which is over 800 meters high, and has more than 160 stories.
The Prince regularly posts impressive images of his home town on his Instagram account using the name Fazza.
This year he surprised commuters in London when he took a metro ride along with his father, the Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and the ruler of Dubai.
According to Time and Forbes, the wealth of his father is estimated at 4 billion dollars after he’d invested 10 billion dollars to launch the Mohamed bin Rashid Innovation Fund, which is to support resident individuals and companies registered in the UAE, providing they offer sustainable and innovative solutions for the Arabian world in terms of technology, products, services and processes.
During his metro ride, the heir to the throne took selfies with his father and posted them on social media accounts. Photos were also posted by other commuters on the metro. What was most surprising was the fact that the royalties weren’t wearing traditional clothes, but casual ones.