Inside the Luxurious World of the Rich Kids of Dubai

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When you have a small country like the United Arab Emirates that has one of the world’s largest oil reserves, there are bound to be ultra-wealthy individuals playing in Dubai, a city practically built for millionaires and billionaires.

Of course, many of those ultra-wealthy individuals have kids who have a talent for spending millions in style. Enter the the Rich Kids of Dubai.

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One kid enjoys a gold AK-47 hookah in the back of a luxury van.

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In Dubai, you can go shopping at the London-based collection retailer Harvey Nichols where most dresses cost well over $1,000.

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Women can show off extravagant dresses at Atlantis, The Palm or take exotic pictures in the beauty of the Arabian desert.

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It might take some people a while to notice, but there is actually a pineapple bowl sitting on top of the hookah.

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Not sure which is nicer — the Lamborghini, the shopping bags, or the tiny palace they parked their car in.

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Life is good when you can hang out in your Maserati with your baby cheetah. Cheetahs are listed as “vulnerable” on the world conservation list.

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The Emirates plane actually looks a little too small for that Bugatti.

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The Burj Khalifa is the tallest man-made structure in the world at 2,722 feet which is home to the Armani Hotel Dubai.

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You’ll never clash when you go white on white late night at a McDonald’s in a Lamborghini.

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Sometimes you just have to have a lion. Of course, owning an endangered animal like a tiger or white lion is illegal in the United Arab Emirates. However, big cats are bought on the black market for up to $50,000 as a status symbol.

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At the base of the Burj Khalifa lies the beautiful pool-filled Burj Khalifa Park, Lake andThe Dubai Fountain, the largest fountain system in the world.

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Gold is always a nice color…

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Unlike it’s neighbor Saudi Arabia, women in the U.A.E. are not restricted from driving or obtaining a license by fatwas, or religious-based edicts.

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Someone probably paid a lot of money for a really tiny dog.

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Note to future Ferrari owners — the trunk can only fit so many bags.

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Leashing your lion to your Mercedes is way better than an alarm system.

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One woman’s Porsche is literally red hot.

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Tanning is probably never a problem out in the Persian Gulf. 

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