Gina Liano’s hair has got nothing on Burj Khalifa: with a height of 828 metres, this is the world’s tallest tower and a must-see.
So just like them, head to the world’s largest mall, The Dubai Mall, hire a buggy (you don’t want to walk too long in those super high heels) and ride around the 1,200 shops – ranging from high-street brands to high-end brands, you will find whatever you are looking for!
Traditional dancers and entertainment will top off the night before you return to the hotel.
Immerse yourself in the local culture in Bastakiya, in the Al Fahidi District and and learn about the traditions and heritage of the region with a traditional lunch at the Sheikh Mohammad Centre for Cultural Understanding hosted by a local Emirati.
The shoreline terrace with beachside cabanas and white sofas on the sand are the must do for visitors – such as the Real Housewives - and residents of Dubai alike.
The desert makes for a dramatic contrast against the opulent city.