Looking like a collection of toilet rolls, empty plastic bottles and other craft items thrown together the new renderings released for the Guggenhaim Museum Abu Dhabi would not look out of place in a hamsters cage!
Designed to showcase Dubai's stunning skyline the Dubai Frame has been officially named the world's largest frame.
#BLPTIMEOUT - DUBAI
Home to some of the worlds highest skyscrapers & glitziest hotels Dubai is the UAE's holiday hotspot, but behind the bright lights and flashy cars lies a country steeped in culture and traditon.
Standing 828 metres high, the Burj Khalifa is hard to miss. The world's tallest tower naturally dominates the Dubai skyline, but the true majesty of the building is best appreciated up close or, even better, from inside.
IMG WORLDS OF ADVENTURE
Fun, excitement, speed - and even 5D, you can expect all this in the enormous theme park, which is the size of 28 football pitches.
DUBAI SAFARI PARK
Featuring the largest and most diverse number of wildlife species in the UAE, Al Warqa’s Dubai Safari is home to 2,500 animals.
The Dubai Mall, is one of the world's largest shopping malls in UAE and the second-largest mall in the world. There is also an ice-skating rink, gaming zone and cinema complex if you're looking for more entertainment options.
The Dubai Opera situated in the new “Opera District” in the heart of Dubai offers an enticing schedule which can be likened to that of London’s West End or Manhattan’s Broadway.
Situated in Dubai’s Zabeel Park and directly between old and new Dubai, this towering structure offers sweeping panoramic views of the city from 150m high.
ALSERKAL ART DISTRICT
From its beginnings as a neglected warehouse district to one of the Middle East’s hottest emerging creative hubs, Dubai's arts district Al Quoz has come a long way
This waterpark, based at Atlantis, The Palm on the Palm Jumeirah - Dubai's famous man-made island development and is home to the world's longest water slide a nine-story-tall slide, aptly named the Leap of Faith