The Burj Al-Arab is the world's tallest hotel, raising 321m high, and situated on its own synthetic islet on the Dubai shoreline. The Burj Al-Arab Hotel was planned to look like a fluttering dhow glide. At night, the outdoor of the Burj Al-Arab is a vista to glimpse as the maneuvered colored illumination show changes every 30 minutes. Burj Al-Arab is an architectural magnum opus, and striving undertaking by Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed that inaugurated in 1999. It is the world's tallest construction with a covering façade; the outer wall is made of a wicker, Teflon-coated fiberglass fabric. The internal structure of the Burj Al-Arab is beautiful with jazzing fountains, whirling carpet designs, plethora of gold trim, colossal aquariums and a foyer that could clutch the Dubai World Trade Center.