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Ramadan in Dubai: May 27th – June 25th 2017

Ramadan 2021 in Dubai: Iftar best option

Ramadan in Dubai: May 27th – June 25th 2017 Ramadan is a significant month in the Islamic calendar and in Dubai, the period is marked by a host of Ramadan-related activities. Emirati hospitality and traditions are also very evident during this month as iftars are hosted across Dubai and residents of different nationalities come together to share the spirit of Ramadan. The Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing organises numerous events during the month and the retail sector witnesses brisk business. Tour The Jumeirah Mosque If you’re a non-Muslim, you may not know much about Islam and its traditions. A…

Modhesh World @ DWTC on 9th July-29th August 2015

Modhesh World @ DWTC on 9th July-29th August 2015

Modhesh World @ DWTC on 9th July-29th August 2015 Modhesh World is the ultimate destination for family entertainment during the summer in Dubai. Modhesh World is synonymous with family entertainment during the summer in Dubai and over the years, it has grown to become a destination by itself, given the fact that it attracted around 500,000 visitors in previous editions. The event aims every year to bring innovative and exciting entertainment and events to Modhesh World that you and your children will not soon forget. As one of the region’s largest indoor edutainment destinations, Modhesh World offers sheer family fun,…

Iftar & Suhoor Part 2: our Selection of Restaurants in Dubai

Iftar & Suhoor Part 2: our Selection of Restaurants in Dubai

Iftar & Suhoor Part 2: our Selection of Restaurants in Dubai What is the difference between iftar and suhoor? Both are the names given to meals taken outside fasting time during Ramadan: iftar occurs after sunset and suhoor before sunrise. Once the sun sets on a day of fasting, it’s a joyous occasion of eating and socialising. Most hotels and restaurants offer special iftar meals, most commonly a large spread of Middle Eastern mezze favourites such as hommus and falafel, and some traditional Emirati dishes such as baby camel, grilled sea-bass and halva (a dense Turkish-style dessert of seeds and…

Iftar & Suhoor Part 1: the best selection of Ramadan Tent

Iftar & Suhoor Part 1: the best selection of Ramadan TentIftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent

Iftar & Suhoor Part 1: the best selection of Ramadan Tent What is the difference between iftar and suhoor? Both are the names given to meals taken outside fasting time during Ramadan: iftar occurs after sunset and suhoor before sunrise. Once the sun sets on a day of fasting, it’s a joyous occasion of eating and socialising. Most hotels and restaurants offer special iftar meals, most commonly a large spread of Middle Eastern mezze favourites such as hommus and falafel, and some traditional Emirati dishes such as baby camel, grilled sea-bass and halva (a dense Turkish-style dessert of seeds and…