Try the fairly untrodden path and explore the underwater world around Dubai. Get the out-of-the-world feeling by swimming with the fishes and other aquatic animals, and carry it in your heart forever. Continue reading Things to do in Dubai- Explore the Underworld
This November Dubai will be buzzing with many popular sport and entertainment events. Come to Dubai and be a part of the excitement.
- Dubai International Triathlon
This half-iron distance triathlon includes a 1.9 km swim in the sea near Zero Continue reading Things to do in Dubai- Be a sport
The latest five-day event aiming for both local and international watch collectors and enthusiasts is about to open in Dubai to become the largest dedicated watch event in the Gulf. Continue reading DUBAI WATCH WEEK
Explore your hidden talents in Dubai this week and try your hand at different things like yoga, pen a novel or a tattoo competition.
1) Trip to Japan at Blue Jade
This oriental restaurant offers a one-of-a-kind award-winning Pan-Asian dining Continue reading Things to do in Dubai- Go Arty
Adventure, gourmet food and experiencing wildlife we give you an entirely different angle by our list of things planned for you to do this week.
1) Get a picnic hamper packed for you
Whether you’re a tourist, an expat, or a resident, there’s always time for a little learning! Experience Dubai in a more hands-on, artistic activity, and spare a few hours to discover a new hobby or interest. Here are some workshops perfect for a fun, productive weekend in Dubai. Continue reading Dubai Weekend Workshops
Summer is upon us! And what a grand celebration it is as Dubai shines even more with these summer offerings and activities open for everyone to explore. Continue reading Dubai Summer Discoveries and Discounts
Give meals to labourers via Reem Al Bawadi
Reem Al Bawadi offers a succulent iftar buffet for Dhs130 per person. Each table has the card ‘Give a Little’ which adds Dhs20 to your final bill, if you decide to purchase. Dhs20 will cover the meals for labourers in UAE, delivered daily by Reem Al Bawadi. Meal-support program is available until Eid.
Venue: Reem Al Bawadi, Jumeirah Beach Road
Tel: 04 394 7444
Dubai is not just sand, skyscrapers, culture, and fine food! When the sun sets, a myriad of activities emerge. From shop therapy to scuba, don’t miss out on these late-night events.
Start off with a leisurely walk along JBR’s The Walk. Entrance is free. There are restaurants, retail shops, art exhibits, and the perfect night sky as backdrop. Continue reading Dubai’s Night-time Activities
Lively, colourful and a place of frenetic activity, Dubai’s souqs are something of a contrast to the sleek, sparkling, scrupulously clean shopping malls. The souqs are nothing reminiscent of the spaciousness and originality of the 18th-century traditional bazaars, but they are still full of character and one of the best for good-natured bargaining. If you want to impress at the artful skill of bargaining, make sure to start at half of what the shop owner has quoted and pay around 75 percent of the original price. However, modern souqs such as Souq Al-Bahar are less likely to fall for your bargaining tactics due to expensive overheads. Continue reading The Best of Souq Shopping in Dubai