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10 Top UAE Road Trips - 14/11/2011

For Dubai visitors wanting to spread their wings and see more of the UAE by road, Time Out Dubai has produced a great article.

It suggests 10 trips, gives directions and highly useful backgound information as to what to do and what to see to amongst other places Al Ain, Musandam, Hatta Pools, Abu Dhabi, Fossil Rock and Liwa in he Empty Quarter desert.

For some trips you'll need a powerful 4x4 and some nerve. For all trips you'll need your suncream and sun glasses.

For a great day out visit http://timeoutdubai.com/gallery/28061-10-top-uae-road-trips.

Editor

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How Dubai Could Look in 2020! - 12/09/2011

An article in Time Out Dubai detailing just some of the amazing projects planned for Dubai - some being built, some on hold and some unfortunately now cancelled. Read what's happening to them by following the link - http://timeoutdubai.com/gallery/26492-how-dubai-could-look-in-2020.

You'll reach the introductory page, but the follow-on pages will tell you more about Dubailand, the Al Sufouh Tram, Jumeirah Golf Estate and Jumeirah Village Circle, Dubai World Central (including new airport), the Arabian Canal, Downtown Jebel Ali, The Palm Islands - Jumeirah, Jebel Ali and Deira, Dubai Opera House, Waterfront City near Jebel Ali, Nakheel Harbour & Tower and The Dacing Towers, Business Bay.

Time Out Dubai

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Higher and Higher - 06/02/2011

Watch out stratosphere - you're about to be pricked. This ever-taller-skyscaper business only gets crazier.

The current most thrusting tower of all - the 828 metre Burj Khalifa, in Dubai - may only relatively recently have opened its doors to the public but already plans are in place for another building in that futuristic city to eclipse it.

At more than a kilometre high, the proposed Nakheel Tower would be so tall you could whiz up it in the lift and watch the sun setting twice: once at the bottom and once again from the penthouse.

If this happens at all it'll take years to come to fruition - so don't expect to be going up it in the next three or four years - Editor.

msn.com

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