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This weekend the Dubai Mall welcomed an expansive new store with a size of nearly 3,300 square metres, kicking off the festivities by celebrating the Air Max Plus.
The man topped out at 240 km/h and is still in possession of the car right now.
When RR finally decide to make an SUV – sorry, ‘high-bodied car’ – then they better bloody nail it.
Rotating buildings are cool. Buildings with a lean? I wouldn’t get out of bed for one, but sure. How about a building that oscillates?
The concept of being “standard” is not one that you’ll find in any Dubai hotel’s dictionary.
The Las Vegas of the Middle East, Dubai’s gimmicks continue with cosy fireplaces and ski slope views in this luxurious ski chalet.
Bedouin suites, luxury infinity pools, a private desert and world-class dining, Al Maha is the pinnacle of desert accommodation in the UAE.
A poolside cabana at the elusive Burj Al Arab hotel? It’s not as unattainable as you may initially expect.
A hybrid of old and new worlds fused together with a desirable quirkiness, Dubai is a destination as much as it is a stopover.