Dubai is all rolling out more luxury properties despite the dip in real estate prices.
One Malaysian property development aims to put man-made islands off Singapore’s coast, ruffling feathers while attracting investors.
Architects around the world are coming up with new ways to provide residents with that private island feel thanks to the new floating villas.
With ongoing advancements in design and technology, it is no wonder that glass, or yacht glass, is now a featured design material on superyachts.
Beyond aiming to build a tower taller than the Burj Khalifa, Dubai has other plans in mind.
Emaar plans to have a new tower a notch above the world’s tallest tower in Dubai.
Fashion labels like Versace and Armani are now partnering with developers to front Asian abodes for luxe living.
Architects around the world hope to create a new typology for urban living through the use of sky gardens.
The 234-room hotel opens the Imperial Suite for the world’s 1%, raising the stakes in high-end game.
Ok, we should say ‘more’ affordable but you get the idea. We hitched a ride with TripAdvisor to find out the best seasons for a getaway.
A second installment of sorts, the replica will set sail in 2018.
In conjunction with the Dubai Shopping Festival, the developer is promising free models of the BMW 730i, BMW X6 and Lamborghini Huracan…
The new year got off to an unfortunately fiery start in Dubai as the Address Downtown Hotel went up in flames.
Construction work on ‘Aladdin City’, a project inspired by the tales of Aladdin and Sindbad, will start next year.
The world’s largest indoor ski slope, spread over 1.2 kms, will be built in Dubai, home to several sprawling shopping malls and skyscrapers.
InterContinental Hotels Group has opened InterContinental Dubai Marina; a 132-room hotel with 196 fully serviced residential suites.
A total of 13.2 million foreigners headed to Dubai in 2014, an increase of 8.2% compared with the previous year, its tourism department said.
An internally “flawless” 100-carat diamond was on show Monday in Dubai ahead of being sold at auction next month by Sotheby’s.
The number of vehicles in Dubai has doubled over the past eight years giving the Gulf emirate more cars per person than New York or London.
Dubai will soon build the “Museum of the Future,” according to an announcement made today by Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.