Thinking of starting up a fashion brand in the near future? Dubai Week enrolled in London College of Fashion’s ‘Starting your own Fashion Label 1’, a four-day course taught by expert Toby Meadows.
Dubai Week spent the day at Jazirat Al Hamra with renowned photographer Wouter Kingma and Canon cameras to explore and capture our findings through photographs.
Duabiweek.ae editor once tried to make zoodles from a cucumber and had to ask the internet how to turn on her oven. So we sent her on a cooking course…
Fancy getting up close and interacting with the Otters, Crocodiles and Rays at The Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo (DAUZ)? With the exciting new Animal Encounters, you can.
DubaiWeek.ae takes off on the Seawings Safari, flying directly from Dubai to a wildlife safari park at Sir Bani Yas Island, Abu Dhabi.
We love a wander round Old Dubai and now there are specially-trained Emirati tour guides to show us the way.
Fancy trying out a fun new water sport? We bravely attempted a wakeboarding class with Xtreme Wake
Whether you’ve been here for decades or are new in town, there’s also something to see down at the emirate’s Old Creek. Sheraton Dubai is kitting out visitors with two wheels and letting them roam.
DJs – larger than life characters who are paid a fortune to travel the world, record bag in tow (though it’s more likely to be USB stick) and command the dancefloor with the flick of a switch.
Off-roading is a quintessentially Dubai hobby. In a busy city where drivers spend a lot of time stuck behind the wheel, it’s a chance to get enjoy the open road, well, sand dune and see what those 4x4s were made for.
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