These 33 amazing Pictures of rich men in Dubai. They will leave you impressed.
Dubai is an incredible beauty. Dubai is one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates. Its strategic location has made it a strong commercial focus, especially with India. Although now Dubai is distinguished by having good relations with most countries.
A mid-nineteenth century Dubai was under the protectorate of Britain. Dubai currently has the right to control and all its natural resources. Oil and Gas Dubai resources were important in the past, but today trade is more important and has a port among the most important top 10 in the world.
In summer Dubai has temperatures are above 40 degrees and the lowest temperature can be found in the winter nights with 14º.
Dubai’s population is approximately 1.5 million. Over 70% of the population of India and Pakistan.
Behold now these 33 Photos Dubai. You’ll want to visit this amazing city.
You can do rafting in Dubai
You can even buy gold vending machines
Sports Cars gold plated
And police with incredible Ferrari
Exotic animals are also transported by car
The malls have aquariums
You can ski in Dubai. Amazing is not it
And the people of Dubai and tourists have so much fun skiing
Rafael Nadal, the famous Spanish tennis player, loves to Dubai
If you like surfing so you can find in Dubai
And in aquariums you can see amazing marine fish
You will be offered an Ipad and Iphone golden shower in some hotels
With ski slopes on top of buildings
Gold-plated cars parked on the street
Prospects in Dubai are heavenly
And wild animals are also pets
Some rich men love to live with exotic animals at home
You can also see Dubai from the sky
A lovely Audi, right
And the peace of smoke a Shisha
And gold appears anywhere
Camel rides on the beach
The traditions are still maintained in Dubai
But in Dubai and committed religious life also lives with the Quran
Hotels with stunning views
And spectacular nights
Burj Al Arab, 321 meters high, is the flagship hotel of Dubai
Celebrating Parents Worship Day…