f you have millions of dollars to spend on things like robotic camel races, gold-wrapped cupcakes, and cars that can drive on the water, then head on over to Dubai the most populated city in United Arab Emirates.
While its a global city with tourism, real estate, and financial services being the major sectors of the economy, the city also has large reserves of oil and petroleum. That not only brings in some cash, but it also helps fuel their gold-plated cars, evidently.
Why just have fancy rims? Go big or go home.
Or maybe you prefer a white gold Mercedes?
Do you prefer your latte with luxury?
Maybe you prefer to stay at the Atlantis Hotel, one of the most expensive hotels in the world on one of the worlds largest artificial islands.
It hasnt been verified, but this probably the worlds most expensive traffic jam.
Call in the cops with their Lamborghinis!
Or maybe just hitch a ride in a Bugati taxi instead.
And then stop off at the gold ATM.
Youll need some cash when you head out the market.
And dont forget your insanely expensive phone.
Youll need it to call your friends to ask them to come over and play some gold Foosball.
If you stay at the Bujk Al Arab hotel, youll be given a 24-carat gold iPad upon check-in.
Then you can stroll to Dubais Miracle Garden, the largest flower garden in the world.
Your cheetah has no time for your texts.
How about an elevated game of tennis?
This is what is known as a Dubai Doublewide.
Want a snack? The Bloomsbury Cupcake Shop in the Dubai Mall offers you one wrapped in 23 carats of edible gold.
Oh, just headed to the worlds largest shopping mall (based on total area).
The Lioness on her boat.
How about some camel races with robots instead of jockeys?
Or maybe take a trip to the Palm Islands, which are shaped like a giant palm tree and covered in luxury homes.
How to get there? A James Bond-style high-speed amphibious car that drives across both sand and water.
Proof that some people might just have too much money although it would be fun to test out that theory.