If you’re wondering what to do in Dubai we’ve got plenty of suggestions. Skyscrapers, fountains, Bedouin tents, 7-star hotels, beaches, museums - the list is endless! Check out some of our suggestions below.
Dubai has taken a favourite British past time and has made it bigger, and some may say better, in true Emirate style. Afternoon tea in Dubai is a fabulous way to spend a few hours when the temperatures outside are soaring. A far more refined affair than brunch.
To help guide your rumbling belly to the right place, we’ve put together a list of some of the best restaurants for your favourite cuisines in the UAE...
Ramadan can be a great time to visit the Middle East. The cities slow down for a beat, with popular tourist attractions less busy during the day, followed by lively evenings of celebrations and festivities.
In a city that’s larger than life, it’s no surprise that brunches in Dubai are bigger, more varied and generally more spectacular than you’ll find pretty much anywhere on earth. Leave the heat outside and treat yourself to a cool weekend tradition that Dubai has long made its own.