Something For The Weekend: 1st – 3rd June

Natalie Hanson   |   01 - 06 - 2017

Ramadan is upon us, but there is still plenty to do in the beautiful city of Dubai. Read on for suggestions of things you can try out this weekend!

Visit the Ramadan Night Market

Shop for your loved ones this Holy Month at the Ramadan Night Market. The market has returned, featuring products and brands from around the region including clothing, jewellery, beauty products, electronics, and much more. There’s plenty to keep kids amused as well at the Kid’s Play Area, like face painting, sand art, bouncy castles and even a mini basketball court.

Something For The Weekend: 1st - 3rd June

The event runs from 1st – 10th June 2017

Timings: 8pm – 2am

Location: Hall 7 & 8, Dubai WTC

Celebrate Iftar and Suhour at The Address

Iftar – Boulevard Ballroom at The Address in Downtown Dubai is doing its best to elevate your Ramadan experience and become the ideal location to savour an Iftar in the company of friends and family. The setting is over long communal tables accompanied by a special set menu that makes the Holy Month all about sharing.

Timings: Sunset to 9pm throughout Ramadan

Suhour – Or if you are after an ambient location for Suhour, try The Restaurant at The Address which offers the homely look of a residential apartment; you can choose between the living-room-style setting indoors or a gorgeous al fresco terrace to make your experience truly memorable. The menu is à la carte and complemented by flavoursome hubbly-bubbly on the terrace.

Timings: 9pm to 12am throughout Ramadan

Visit The Majlis in Madinat Jumeirah

The Majlis in Madinat Jumeirah prides itself as iconic Ramadan experience, renowned for its Arabesque ambiance. Ramadan 2017 evolves the design of The Majlis to become a personification of and immersion into the lost art of Arabic calligraphy, embraced within traditional Liwan setting.

Designlab Experience developed the purposeful-concept to revive the Arabic calligraphy movement to inevitable appreciation, engaging the works of talented artist Khaled Al-Saai. Definitely one to visit during the month of Ramadan!