One of the newest sports crazes to hit Dubai, and the rest of the UAE, is bubble soccer. As its name might suggest, with bubble soccer, you play a game of soccer — only you do so from the inside of an inflatable bubble from which you can smash into your opponents, roll around on the ground and catch some air while bouncing around the field.
The ultra-luxurious Burj Al Arab Hotel’s distinctive sail shape is rather iconic, and it has been repeatedly voted the most luxurious hotel in the world. Its top-notch service doesn’t end with your own personal butler and chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce.
Burj Al Arab has nine signature restaurants and bars, offering a range of cuisines from Far East Asian to Modern Europe. A few of these venues include:
Dubai’s skyline continues to change, and one of the new additions under construction is slated to be the world’s tallest Ferris wheel. The Dubai Eye project is headed up by Meraas Holdings, who is developing the $1.7-billion manmade Bluewaters Island where the Dubai Eye will be located. Upon completion, the Dubai Eye will beat out […]
If you’re looking to beat the heat in Dubai, visit one of the area’s waterparks like Aquaventure at Atlantis, The Palm, or take a day trip to Abu Dhabi and check out Yas Waterworld. Spanning an area of about 15 football fields, Yas Waterworld has over 40 rides, slides, and waterpark attractions. During the winter […]
Atlantis, The Palm, is a stunning five-star resort situated on the Palm, which is a man-made island in Dubai. Atlantis, The Palm, opened back in 2008, and covers a massive 46 hecatares, with 17 acres devoted solely to a waterpark. If you’re contemplating a stay at Atlantis, The Palm, or are wondering about a day trip to the resort, here are some of the things to do.
One of the most unique experiences when traveling through the United Arab Emirates is visiting the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital. It’s the first institution in the UAE that provides health care exclusively for falcons.