There is fierce competition among tourist destinations all around the world.
Visitors frequently have wish lists of iconic structures in well-known areas they want to see, and when it comes to the top destination to see, it’s right here in Dubai.
In-depth details on Dubai’s Burj Khalifa has been named the world’s top destination on bucket lists
You guessed it—the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, has been named the world’s most popular monument on bucket lists.
Website that compares prices To determine which landmark is the top spot, compare the data the market has collected.
How? The bright clogs at the data collection division compiled a list of 72 of the most well-known landmarks in the world, then examined the volume of global monthly Google searches for each to determine the top 10 must-see landmarks worldwide.
The Burj Khalifa won the competition because it receives an average of 2,240,000 monthly global searches and has 6,179,975 Instagram posts with the hashtag #burjkhalifa.
The Eiffel Tower is the most Instagrammed landmark, with 7,192,685 photographs with the hashtag #eiffeltower and an average of 1.5 million people searching for the French monument each month, while the Burj Khalifa is the most searched-for landmark.
Times Square in New York City was given third position, and Niagara Falls in Canada took fourth place, followed by the Taj Mahal in India.