The superstar has really been making the most out of her trip to the city.
It started with a rousing dance performance, and ended with a whole lot of hugs.
Kim Kardashian delighted some Dubai children after dropping in at a local centre during her whistlestop visit to the emirate.
The reality TV star made a special appearance at the Rashid Centre for the Disabled on Monday, where she was welcomed with applause and a performing arts greeting.
And judging by a video shared by the centre, the mum-of-two also got involved with a spot of hula-hooping and boxing practice.
The star originally jetted in for a makeup masterclass, which was held on Friday, and has since spent her short trip indulging in a lavish dinner at Atlantis, The Palm, taking part in a dune buggy ride, and even squeezing some mall time in too.
But it looks like it was her philanthropic appearance which gave Kardashian the widest of smiles, as she was filmed embracing several children in a warm hug.
The businesswoman was treated to a screening of a documentary on the history of the centre, and posed for selfies with some of the centre’s children.
“There is no doubt that the visit of the superstar Kim Kardashian to the centre is an important recognition for the good reputation of the centre at the local and international level,” the centre’s CEO, Mariam Othman, told Gulf News.
“We all here in the centre felt very happy for the kind visit by Ms Kardashian and the time spent with the disabled children. Her good reaction with the children made them happy.”
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Images: Rashid Centre for the Disabled/Facebook, Kim Kardashian/Snapchat