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Dubai World Cup 2007

Postby shawarma » 25 Jan 2009, 01:59

This topic created to archive obsolete material from the Dubai World Cup page. See the DWC 2009 topic for the latest event.

  • What? Dubai World Cup 2007 (DWC 2007)
  • Where? Nadd Al Sheba
  • When? Saturday 31 March 2007
  • How much? AED 175 for International Village
  • Tickets from where?
  • Organisers?
  • Main Sponsors? Emirates Airlines, Dubai Duty Free, Nakheel
  • Contact tel?
  • Website?
Anything else?

Hospitality (2007 DWC information)

International Village (see below)
Breakfast with the Stars - 100 dhs for breakfast with celebrities, from 0700-1000
Maktoum Terrace - 500 dhs for afternoon tea, canapes, non-alcoholic drinks, access to International Village, and a seat in the Maktoum Grandstand.
Millenium Terrace - 800 dhs for a carpark, some drinks, afternoon tea, dinner, and a grandstand seat on the 2nd floor of the Millenium Grandstand.
Rails Restaurant - 1000 dhs for carpark, dinner, drinks, and access to International Village.
Al Dana Hospitality - 1350 dhs for carpark, dinner buffet, drinks, International Village access, and a glass of champagne.
Millenium Terrace - 1850 dhs for a carpark, drinks, afternoon tea, 7 course dinner, International Village access, a flower and a gift. Restaurant is on the 3rd floor of the Millenium Grandstand.
Oasis Village - 35,000 dhs gets you food and drink for 30 people in your own marquee with a wee picket fence and garden.

Dubai Racing Club (for package enquiries) tel +971-4-3322277, or +971-4-3270077, or email

International Village (2007 DWC)

The International Village is a throbbing den of inequity and our advice is to avoid it entirely. Bring a thermos with tea and some cucumber sandwiches, then go and sit in a paddock somewhere with your binoculars and watch the horses. If you really feel you must visit the International Village, then expect a wild night and a hangover ...

Food and beverage (UAEnglish for beer, wine, plonk, booze, etc) outlets include tents and deckchairs set up by: The Irish Village (always packed and buzzing - obviously full of people ignoring advice from
Wagamama (good noodles)
Yo! Sushi (fresh fish)
The Gourmet Burger Kitchen (eat one before you drink too much, to enjoy it properly)
Barasti (almost as good as the real thing)
Bubble Lounge (snap crackle pop ...)
The Wine Room
Plenty more of your favorite entertainment haunts in Dubai
Ahlan! Glamour Studio - get your photos and if you're lucky, you'll be posing in Ahlan! magazine (a UAE magazine for the upwardly mobile)
NStyle Nail Lounge - not a hardware store
Franck Provost - hair styling, not that it matters after a session in the Irish Village
The Style Arena

Tickets for entry to the International Village were 175 dhs in 2007
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