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What to do during this year’s Eid weekend in Dubai

With the end of Ramadan approaching tomorrow, the entire UAE is gearing up for a long weekend full of fun!

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What to do during this year’s Eid weekend in Dubai

One last Iftar

All throughout the past month, you’ve been able to find various Iftar’s around the city. The exact end of Ramadan still hasn’t been confirmed, but it’s safe to say it’ll be sometime tomorrow. So, before it’s officially over – you’ve got to get in one last (or first?) fancy Iftar dinner. Check out some recommendations of where to eat here.

Relax at a beach club

Considering that Dubai has sunshine all year long, of course there’s plenty of beach clubs to choose from! Although the summer months are quite hot, the advantage of being right by the pool is you can constantly cool down whenever you need to. There’s a never ending list of clubs to go to, whether you’re looking for an “Ibiza style” party scene, or a more wholesome family place, whatever it is, you’ll find it.


What’s a celebration without fireworks? The Eid firework display is an absolute marvel to watch, so make sure you don’t miss it! The first show is at 9pm and the second at 10:30pm, both take place at Festival Bay. Best part about it is that it’s free of course, so make sure you come down early enough to get a good spot!

On your marks, get set, GO

The annual Dubai Desert Run has been around since 2012 and it’s back again this Saturday for another fun (and hot) race! Choose between a 10km or 3km track and push yourself to achieve your personal best!

La Perle

Having earned its status as Dubai’s #1 show, La Perle continues to shock audiences with the amazing and talented acrobats that do some of the most unbelievable stunts! If you haven’t been able to check it out yet (might be a bit pricey?) than lucky for you there’s a 40% discount for a limited time this Eid weekend! So grab your friends and get ready to be stunned!