There can't be a traveller alive who hasn't watched the reality show and thought to themselves: "Man, I would rule at that."
Abu Dhabi's high-end hotels are attracting fashionable crowds, writes Helen Elfer.
SOMETIMES friends will tell me the details of their dreams. These are almost always less interesting than they think they are.
When it comes to attracting attention, Abu Dhabi and Dubai think big and build bigger, writes Keith Austin.
Our writers review seven stopover cities where you can stretch your legs and beat the humdrum of a long-haul flight.
Talk about cornering like it's on rails — Louise Goldsbury spends a death-defying day at an Abu Dhabi oasis devoted to all things Ferrari.
Angela Habashy learns that the Emirates Palace's high star rating is no idle boast.
I always stop over for a night on the way to Europe but I find the flight from Asia to London or from Sydney to the Middle East too long.
Its neighbour and rival in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai, may be better known, but Abu Dhabi is fast becoming a high-profile tourism destination too. Home to the 'seven star' hotel, the Emirates Palace, the world's only Ferrari theme park (featuring the world's fastest roller-coaster) and with plans for both a Louvre and Guggenheim museum, Abu Dhabi is putting itself on the map for travellers.