The main thing people talk about when it comes to moving to the Middle East are the laws; not being allowed to live together unmarried, no showing affection in public, not wearing revealing clothing… and all those other cultural things. But, there are a few other things I’d like to share beyond the classic Middle… Continue reading One month on: 12 things I’ve learned about Dubai life
The purpose built Design District is home to a collection of galleries, eateries, retail outlets and some very cool urban art that's free to discover.
The newly opened Candy Bar offers a huge selection of sweet treats, with a lunch/brunch menu due to launch. Its neutral colour theming, subtle hints of pastel and stunning floral ceiling, work together incredibly well to create a modern and chic aesthetic.
Protected from the Dubai heat, this theme park is in a fully air-conditioned giant warehouse, only 15 minutes from central Dubai. Featuring Marvel and Cartoon Network, the park hosts 22 rides, 25 retail outlets, and 28 places to buy food and drinks.
A world away from the shiny sky scrapers, this area is a great place to experience a completely different side to Dubai. Al Karama is home to 24 stunning street art murals that you must check out.
Adventuring in the worlds largest mall, discovering that it has more to offer than just your average shops or food court. See the light show, the aquarium and so much more.