Dubai's street art scene is growing rapidly - and here at Grazia, we're all for it.
The newest addition is a massive grafitti mural outside local Dubai-born restaurant Wok Boyz. Here, you can see bright, Asian influences (think chopsticks and a street dancer) with imagery of key locations from around the UAE, including the Burj Al Arabb and the Aldar Building in Abu Dhabi.
We're told that Wok Boyz's mural - designed by renowned graffiti artist Berkem Seçgin - is an ode to their love for the UAE and Asia, and the team hope it will elevate Dubai's presence as a buzzing street art destination.
That and the tasty food, of course. The Asian street food - from salt and pepper squid to building your box with protein and quinoa - is really delicious.
If you see crowds of visitors flocking to Sheikh Zayed Road, you know why.