Dubai Attractions

Everyone knows that Dubai is filled to the brim with plenty of things to do. You’ve got glitzy skyscrapers and glamorous mall, you’ve got orange-colored deserts that are hotbeds for adventure and of course – there is the exoticness of the Arabian souks and the Emirati culture. Dubai’s landscapes make it the perfect place to
Dubai, of course, is one of the most major playgrounds for all things related to shopping, adventures, luxury, glamor, and experience. It’s a place that allows you to fully experience the city instead of just watching several attractions and oohing and aahing at them. One of Dubai’s main attractions is the Dubai Mall and while
Most people visiting Dubai think that they’ll need to be spending hundreds of dollars per day just to get to experience most of the things there. That is entirely wrong. The best thing about Dubai is the fact that you get to choose which type of vacation you want to have. If you want to
La Mer is the ultimate beach destination offering an incredible all-round experience for travelers and locals alike. Whether you want to spend your day by the beach, shopping at some of the best stores, sipping on some fine drinks, taking part in watersports or even practicing your photography skills – La Mer is the ultimate
The Dubai Miracle Garden is a unique experience not to be missed when in Dubai. This flower paradise is one of a kind in the region and in the world featuring an exotic display of approximately 45 million blooming flowers. It is definitely rated as one of the top things to do in Dubai. Dubai
Updated 20 August 2018 Over a 5 star breakfast at the luxurious St. Regis Dubai at the Al Habtoor City, Kent Cooper, Head of Sales of La Perle by Dragone introduced me to the future of Live Entertainment in Dubai. The brand new project which is set to launch in 2017 —  La Perle by
On the morning of 2 December 2016 I was invited to a remarkable event, to watch the sunrise from At the Top of Burj Khalifa. The early morning entry to the observations decks on Level 124 and 125 to watch the winter sunrise from the world’s tallest building is something that I recommend to anyone