Have you ever dreamed of swimming through the clouds? Gracefully gliding through the sky above a world in miniature below.
Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountain have, perhaps unsurprisingly, been rated as the top attractions among international tourists in Dubai.
Singapore, its name is taken from the Malay Singa Pura, meaning Lion City, and this is a nation that has roared louder than its geographical size for decades.
Finally I’ve found the ultimate place to relax, unwind and just be you. It’s not a retreat, or a spa, or a five-star hotel, it’s thousands of feet up in the air.
U.S. airlines stand to benefit from flight cutbacks by Dubai-based Emirates, which blamed President Donald Trump’s travel restrictions for weakening demand from Middle Eastern passengers, reports Bloomberg.
Thanks to a partnership with London-based fashion technology company Farfetch, you can soon get Gucci clothing and accessories whisked to your door within 90 minutes, reports Bloomberg.
More than half a century ago, Revlon founder Charles Revlon famously described the true business of cosmetics makers: “We sell hope.” Today the same could be said about what the large, established beauty houses see in small, social media-driven makeup companies, reports Bloomberg
In the increasingly intense battle between food delivery services, it’s no longer enough just to bring the food to the customers. Now Deliveroo, the London-based startup, is moving whole kitchens to new neighborhoods to gain an edge over rivals like Uber Eats, Amazon Restaurants, and Just Eat Plc, says Amazon.
President Donald Trump’s adult sons, who now manage his sprawling business empire, were guests of honor at the launch of a new luxury golf course in Dubai, the first opening of a Trump-branded property since Inauguration Day, reports Bloomberg
U.S. President Donald Trump’s sons will visit Dubai this week to open a Trump-branded golf course, according to an invitation from the local developer, which promised “an unforgettable evening,” reports Bloomberg.