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Have you ever wanted to jump out of a plane? How about tackling a stack of pancakes the size of a small child, or swimming with sharks?

Here at Time Out Dubai, we've done it all and more – and you can get the inside track by subscribing to our Vlogs.

Each week, we pull back the curtain and take you behind the scenes at Dubai's coolest experiences and places.

We've already brought our viewers skydiving and given sneak peeks inside the most expensive houses in the city.

And our challenge Vlogs feature the team tackling some of the craziest food contests and more – whether it's a 10,000-calorie ice cream sundae, the spiciest food we can find in the city, or testing just how literal the promise of “unlimited dim sum” really is.

This channel is for anyone looking for the best, craziest and most fun things to do in Dubai.

Even better, with each video we give away a spectacular prize meaning you can have a go yourself.

So whether it's jumping off of mountains, swimming with sharks, failing to surf, getting a kiss from a sealion, falling out of supercars or anything in-between, if it’s happening in your city, the Time Out Dubai crew are on it.

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