In a city where bigger is better, it's only natural that Dubai's latest statement structure, Ain Dubai, is now the world's largest observation wheel.
Caviar, Krug Champagne and by far the best airline bathrooms I've experienced.
Themed venue enables Palestinians with no airport to experience what foreign travel is like.
It can be brutal in long-haul economy, but the generous space on Emirates' superjumbo makes it tolerable.
It seems there's nothing the Omanis can't do with their country's eight million date palms and 60 different varieties of dates.
It rises, mirage like, from the desert floor. But I'm not hallucinating, I'm gazing at the world's largest reflective building
Borders are reopening just in time for Australians to catch Dubai's dazzling Expo.
Saudi Arabia plans to target international transit passenger traffic with its new national airline, going head-to-head with Gulf giants Emirates and Qatar Airways.