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Dubai Safari set to open doors soon

Dubai Safari, home to the most diverse array of animals in the UAE, is set to open doors soon. Spread over 119 hectares, the world-class...

Dubai Safari in final stages of completion, says director

Dubai Safari’s sprawling 119-hectare animal kingdom is 90 percent complete, Safari chief Tim Husband told Arabian Business. It will not be ready for the anticipated...

Emirates close to $16bn A380 deal at airshow – sources

Emirates is reportedly close to signing a deal with European plane maker Airbus for more A380 superjumbos worth at least $14 billion. Sources familiar with...

Video: Euphoria sweeps first visitors at Louvre Abu Dhabi

Euphoric residents made a beeline to get the first glimpse of Louvre Abu Dhabi on Saturday morning when the Jean Nouvel masterpiece opened to...

Expo 2020 Dubai seeks gadgets, gizmos and games of the future

Expo 2020 Dubai on Tuesday launched a worldwide search, backed by a social media and online campaign, to find the brains behind the newest,...

Entry tickets to the Dubai Frame will cost Dh50 for adults,...

Ticket prices for entering the Dubai Safari and the Dubai Frame, two of Dubai's most awaited landmarks, have been announced. Entry tickets to the Dubai...

Macron, Arab leaders to officially inaugurate Louvre Abu Dhabi today

French President Emmanuel Macron will be joining Arab leaders to inaugurate the new Louvre Abu Dhabi in the capital of the United Arab Emirates...

Louvre Abu Dhabi opening: everything you need to know

After ten years of waiting, the big day is nearly here. From ticket prices to opening hours, here's everything you need to know about...

Video: Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central… amazing

Qatar Airways has become the fifth passenger airline that has confirmed its take off from Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central, the UAE’s new airport, inaugurated on October 27 by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

Most residents want Dubai Metro to run 24|7

Majority of the respondents (71 per cent) who took part in the poll, believe that Dubai never sleeps so why should the Metro stop running even at odd hours. On the other hand, 26 per cent say that there is no pressing need for the Metro to run all the time, whereas a 3 per cent of the participants were not sure about the hours of operation.