10 Things You Can Do In Dubai This Weekend

After a hectic week, everyone looks forward to the awaited weekend to rejuvenate themselves. That could be staying at home with your loved ones or going for a relaxing spa or going on a shopping spree or anything. And when you are in the 'City Of Gold' Dubai, you ought to visit the flamboyant locations and enjoy the extravagant lifestyle which the city offers. Now, as the holy month of ‘Ramadan’ has started, the exuberant city is soaked in festivity. Let’s check out what all you can do this weekend-

  1. The Address Montgomerie

The Address Montgomerie offers a sumptuous buffet especially for ‘iftar’. Get mesmerized by its beautiful ambiance and enjoy the starry night through the glass ceiling, splendid lakes and mouth-watering feast.

  1. Shop Till You Drop

All those who love shopping rush fast to your nearest malls as they are offering discounts up to 90%. The super sale offer will be available for a limited time, hurry before it gets over.


  1. At At.mosphere

Head straightaway to the iconic Burj Khalifa and enjoy the ecstatic top view from the starry restaurant. Food presented exclusively by the Michelin-starred Chef Lode de Roover, who already owns kitchens in Belgium and Netherlands. He has planned the extravagant menu with special ingredients from 12 countries. Don’t miss out the lavish treat.

  1. Dubai Aquarium and Underwater zoo

A place liked by all, irrespective of the age group, is a must visit during the weekend. Not only you can walk through the underwater tunnel but also get a chance to dive into the calm blue sea water. Underwater tunnel under a huge shark- & ray-filled tank, plus a creepy crawly zone with snakes gives you goose-bumps all over.

  1. The Famous Organic Market

Due to the scorching heat of the summers, the Ripe Market has been shifted inside Times Square Centre and will be open every Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm throughout summer.

Produce stall at Granville Island Public Market, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

  1. Free Hair Consultation

If you are worried about your hair problems, don’t be upset. Top stylist of Pastels Salon in Ritz Carlton, Joe will be giving free 15 minutes consultations all weekend and examine your hair and recommend you the needed the therapy or products.

  1. Understanding The Arab Culture

People from Afikra community present salon style evenings where members discuss and educate people about Arab culture. Their main purpose is to spread about Arabic heritage among people who don’t know much about it. And to make it interesting the topics are never revealed before. All are welcome here and free to attend.


  1. Visit A Night Market

A special night market has been introduced exclusively for the month of Ramadan. The Good Vibes Market at Nadi Al Quoz in Al Serkal Ave, which will start at iftar time. The main attraction is the awesome delicacies available at the food trucks there.

  1. A Relaxing Nonhotel Spa

What can be more relaxing on a weekend than a luxurious spa which de-stresses you thoroughly? Tao Spa at Dubai Mall, offers a pocket-friendly, range of massages from Thai to Shiatsu and Hot Stone which will cost you about Dhs240 for a 1-hour massage. You can also opt for a quick 15 minutes neck rub for just Dhs90.

  1. Food Love

Make your iftari more special by having dinner at a Moroccan lounge which was initially an Al Quoz warehouse. You will get the whole meal and soft drinks for Dhs195. This exclusive food hangout will be offering special feast only for the entire month.


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