Kylie Minogue's Dubai tour - Head gear, desert safari, camel ride

Twitter: Kylie Minogue

International pop singer Kylie Minogue will perform at the 20th Dubai World Cup on March 28, 2015.

The songstress will close world's richest horse race at Meydan with prize money of $30million, and highlighted by the 10m Dubai World Cup.

The Australian pop princess has arrived in Dubai and loving her #MyDubai moment.

(Instagram: Kylie Minogue)

The 46-year-old took to Instagram on Thursday to share an array of shots in the United Arab Emirates.

In her first image, Kylie can be seen standing in the desert, surrounded by sand.

She seemed thrilled to be spending some time in the picturesque location and threw one hand into the air to express her excitement.

(Instagram: Kylie Minogue)

The chart topper then gave fans a look at her conservative ensemble in the next social media image, this time holding a bird.

Posing with her hand in a pocket, the Locomotion singer donned khaki trousers, a loose white blouse with a grey singlet underneath and a red and white head scarf.

It appears she was handling the bird with the help of a trainer, writing: 'Thanks. Loved it!!!'

(Instagram: Kylie Minogue)

But the photos and animal adventures didn't stop there, with Kylie then jumping on a camel for a ride.

Dinner soon followed, with the blonde beauty posing at a table in the moonlight, captioning: 'Yum....YUM!!!! Best meal in the desert!'

(Instagram: Kylie Minogue)

Minogue will perform a range of hits that span her phenomenal career during her Dubai concert.

Excited Minogue said, "Growing up in Melbourne, horse racing is a major and exciting part of our annual calendar. So to be able to bring my show to the Dubai World Cup is something I'm very much looking forward to. It will certainly be an unforgettable experience."

(Instagram: Kylie Minogue)

The 90-minute performance will begin at approximately 10pm, following the closing of the Dubai World Cup that will include a 15-minute presentation from 9:30 to 9:45pm.

Kylie is no stranger to the UAE, after performing at the opening of Atlantis The Palm in 2008 and thrilled thousands at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in 2012.

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