After getting my driver’s license, I was able to drive along the main roads of Dubai and I was amazed to see many top model supercars along the way. Because of this, I was inspired to write some of interesting things that you can see here.
Number 10 – Exotic Police Cars
Here are the complete list from gulfnews.
- Aston Martin One-77
- Audi R8
- Bentley Continental GT
- BMW i8
- BMW M6
- Brabus Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG
- Bugatti Veyron
- Chevrolet Camaro
- Ferrari FF
- Ford Mustang customised by Roush Performance
- Lamborghini Aventador
- Lexus RC F
- McLaren MP4-12C
- Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
- Nissan GT
- Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid
Number 9 – Gold ATM
There are gold ATM counters to purchase gold if you wish to buy pure and fashionable 24 carat gold. You can easily buy the gold you wish to buy by using money/credit card.
Each machine is monitored by highly secured cameras and it is fixed inside and outside for added security. If there is any trouble with the machine, then the customer can contact with operator.
Number 8 – Shark Slide
This is a very scary ride that starts with almost 30 meter-vertical slide. If you survive that, you will find yourself skidding thru an acrylic tunnel surrounded by sharks seeing you face to face.
Number 7 – Diamond Cell Phones
Nokia Cell Phones encrusted with diamonds cost around 130k dollars or more are one of the most expensive Cell Phones in the world.
The best quality Cell Phone in Dubai consists of 18 karat-white gold or more.
Number 6 – Gold Supercars
It comes as no surprise for Billionaires in Dubai who have the capacity to buy almost anything, to include in their list a $7.5 million solid gold Lamborghini Aventador model. Flaunting like this in other countries is arrogance, but driving a gold car in Dubai is considered a norm.
Number 5 – Beach-side Camel Rides
Riding on a camel at the beach in Dubai is regarded as one of the top ten things here to do. In many ways, camels make better pets than horses. Camels can travel many days without food and water.
Number 4 – Free Food
In most countries in the world, poor people are common. Surprisingly, there are also less fortunate people in Dubai who can not afford to buy food. They rely on honesty system and request the needy to pick only one piece of food a time.
Number 3 – Abandoned Supercars
Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches, Bentleys, Nissan Skylines, and even Honda NSXs are just some of the several thousand luxury supercars left to rot in airports and car parks in Dubai.
Many assumes that the hyper-wealthy citizens of Dubai are so rich that they simply leave the car when they are bored. However, many of the cars belong to foreign expats, among them Brits, who traveled to cities but who started to struggle when faced with financial problems.
Number 2 – Exotic pets
Owning exotic pets like lions, tigers, cheetahs is regarded as a status symbol in UAE. But the country has passed a law banning the ownership of these wild animals after years of pressure from various animal welfare group.
Number 1 – Supercar Traffic Jams
We have all seen traffic jams consisting of ordinary cars and trucks. In Dubai, most playboys tend to meet up regularly to cruises to show off their luxury cars.