Postcards heads down to La Mer, Dubai's newest beachfront development to check out the vintage-style beach huts, water sports, restaurants, bars, fashion stores and street art.
In this episode, Target looks at what the UAE is doing to cushion the economic fallout caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Euronews speaks to renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, whose Museum of Tomorrow in Rio has been described as one of the best examples of sustainable architecture.
Business Line Dubai explores how cargo companies are dealing with the Covid 19 health crisis. The team also finds out how some big brands are adapting their advertising during the pandemic.
Flying on water, see if James O'Hagan manages to stay dry in Dubai when he tries out the latest addition to the surfing family: E-foiling
In Focus, Euronews talks to the food producers in the United Arab Emirates using technology to promote sustainable food production
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa is arguably one of the most famous global names associated with high-end, innovative Japanese cuisine.
Palm Jumeirah is home to some of Dubai’s most scenic excursions. From Gyrocopter flights that travel 1500 feet into the air, to Aqua Treks that navigate the depths of shark-filled aquariums the options are endless.
FinTech is changing the way we use money and Dubai is leading the way in the region. We delve further into this and what is happening over there.
The ruler of Dubai conducted a campaign of fear and intimidation against his estranged wife and ordered the abduction of two of his daughters, a British judge ruled in documents that were unsealed Thursday.