April 30, 2013
Visitors from Saudi Arabia represent a small but high value and fast-growing proportion of the small Emirate of Ras Al-Khaimah's tourism sector, according to officials.
Despite Monday's sentencing to three British tourists in Dubai, tourism between the UK and UAE is flying.
Ahead of his UAE shows on Saturday and Sunday, here's four fab facts everyone should know about the teen pop sensation.
April 29, 2013
Despite his avowed adoration for his former club in his native Argentina, the Manchester City striker has revealed he will not be seeking a move back this summer
Justin Bieber’s official tour DJ Tay James shares his thoughts on what the teen pop sensation could be getting up to during his short stay in Dubai.
April 28, 2013
No arrest was made, but police found drugs inside Justin Bieber's tour bus in Sweden, just two stops short of his performance in Dubai.
Justin Bieber fanatic Neha Sayed burst into tears last night as she was declared the UAE’s ‘Ultimate Belieber’.
April 27, 2013
Justin Bieber is perhaps looking for a bit of privacy from his legion of teenage fans when he goes to Dubai next week, as new reports suggest the pop star has booked a golf course for his own personal use in the UAE.
April 25, 2013
This is the man whose sizzling good looks are deemed a threat to Saudi national security. Whether because gay men might fall for him or straight fellows could fall foul of his irresistible charms, Saudi Arabia was none too pleased with Omar Borkan al Gala’s hot face on its sand soils. A closeup in a provocative photo panel of the man ejected from the KSA for being too handsome for his own good.
The UAE's GDP will grow by four per cent by the end of this year, according to the country's Ministry of Economy.
Justin Bieber's dancers will give fans a chance to dance like a superstar at a special event just hours before the Justin's first Dubai gig. Participants might even get to dance with the man himself.
April 24, 2013
Singer and human rights campaigner Sir Bob Geldof will be in the UAE next month to discuss links between creativity and humanity.
April 23, 2013
What better way to wish a happy St. George’s Day to all our English friends than to commemorate their most recent and most outrageous regional antics.
The majority of Dubai residents are concerned about increasing living costs, a survey has found, at a time of rising inflation and spiraling property rents.
The religiously and culturally diverse exhibit is now open to the public until July 20 at Saadiyat Island’s Cultural District.