Incredibly Expensive Things Can Only Be Found in Dubai

1. Water Cars: Though WaterCar is an American company that is actually based on SoCal, it is popular in Dubai. 

2. Undersea Hotels: Known mostly for its tall buildings and man-made islands, Dubai also has several hotels that allow for their guests.

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3. Robotic Camel Racers: Pre-2004, camel racing in the UAE had a plethora of human rights issues including.

4. Helicopter Taxis For Cars: If there is one thing that automobile drivers around the world have in common, it is the frustration.

5. Hydroflying Boots: Adrenaline junkies and water sport enthusiasts in Dubai have almost seemingly endless possibilities.

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6. Lamborghini Police Cars: Due to the large number of elite vehicles in Dubai, it seems more out of necessity than for pleasure.

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7. Artificial Man-Made “The World” Islands: Property developers in Dubai have been finding new and creative ways to outdo themselves.

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8. Indoor Skiing in the Mall: Developed by The Majid Al Futtaim Group, Ski Dubai opened its lifts to the public for the first time, in 2005.

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9. Penguin Petting Zoo: Upon its completion in 2005, The Mall of the Emirates became the largest mall in the world. 

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10. Elite Ambulances: Riding to the hospital in an ambulance can be a very stressful experience.

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11. Mustang Motorcycles: Luxury vehicles have become a common sight to see in Dubai. From Lamborghinis to double-wide Jeeps.

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12. Falcon Flights: One of the ultimate status symbols in Dubai is for an individual to own a falcon. As the national bird of the UAE.

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13. Diamond-Encrusted Mercedes: The people of Dubai have been making an art out of spending money on over.

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