This year’s Big Boys Toys 2014 in Dubai, UAE, will showcase a rare collection of the flashiest and luxuriously extravagant lifestyle products from around the world next month.
Big Boys Toys is the region’s premier lifestyle
The world's most expensive art bicycle, the Cosmic Star-Cruiser Artbike which is valued at $2 million, will be showcased at the Big Boys Toys 2014 this October in Dubai, UAE.
The Artbike, a hand painted luxury art piece by internati
Big Boys Toys, the Middle East’s premier luxury exhibition, has started the countdown to its fourth edition which runs from January 31 to February 2 next year at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai.
With a well-earned reputation for
Big Boys Toys, a premier lifestyle event, opened today (February 8) in Dubai, featuring exclusive products and services including limited edition super cars, personal aircraft and luxury products never before seen.
The event will run till
Cessaro, a leading German-based horn loudspeaker systems manufacturing firm, will showcase the world’s 'most extreme' audio system at an upcoming luxury lifestyle event in Abu Dhabi.
Big Boys Toys will be held from March 16 to 19 at the Ab
Jordi Milà Barcelona, a leading Spanish interior furniture design company will showcase its 2010-’11 line-up of interior furniture at the upcoming Big Boys Toys, a major luxury lifestyle event in Abu Dhabi.
Big Boys Toys will run from Marc
Al Sayegh Brothers, a leading multi-faceted business group, has signed on as main title sponsor for this year’s edition of Big Boys Toys, a luxury lifestyle exhibition to be held in Abu Dhabi.
The event will run from March 16 to 19 at the
Ticket sales for the highly anticipated ‘Big Boys Toys’ show, dubbed as the most exciting and exhilarating lifestyle show to be held in Abu Dhabi, has commenced.
Organisers Artaaj have released multi-category tickets ranging from Dh100 to
Fuelled by the stable tourism industry and local population’s attraction to luxury boats and yachts, the UAE is looking at marine leisure and real estate as an industry with tremendous potential, according to an expert.
Two men suspected of attempting to assassinate the editor of a Bahrain newspaper last week have been arrested, said a senior security officla.
The duo, aged 27 and 21, have admitted attacking Al Watan managing editor Muhannad Abu Zeitoun,