Special Ramadan moments created for residents and visitors in Dubai

Sky view during Ramadan
Experience the true essence of Arabian hospitality

Ramadan is not just one of the most important times of the year but also the best time to experience Arabian hospitality. This is in addition to the diverse attractions, Dubai is known for.

With several events and iftars taking place during Ramadan, the city welcomes residents and visitors to enjoy the abundance of activities taking place during this special time.

Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism (DET) has curated some of the best ways to observe the month of Ramadan with family and friends.

  • Museum of the Future

The architecturally impressive Museum of the Future recently opened its doors to the public, welcoming guests to explore, learn and create. It features different elements including bioengineering, outer space, transportation, and exhibitions offering a glimpse into the future.

An iconic, cultural landmark and centre for future innovations, the Museum of the Future is a must-visit attraction.

Souk Al Marfa

With over 400 shops and located on the waterfront of Deira Islands, Souk Al Marfa is one of Dubai’s newest shopping malls. It sells everything from carpets and spices to clothes and electronics, with local and international retailers present.

  • Sky Views Dubai

Sky Views Dubai at Address Sky View is the city’s newly opened attraction that takes city sightseeing to new heights. There are also experiences on offer for adventurers. Those include the Edge Walk and Sky Glass, which can be accessed from floors 52 and 53 of the famous twin-towered Address Sky View hotel, as well as the breath-taking Sky Slide, which allows you to hurtle from floor to floor 219.5 meters above the ground.

  • Deep Dive Dubai

Dubai’s Deep Dive pool is the deepest diving pool in the world. With this attraction, you can experience freediving and scuba diving with a hand-picked international team of diving professionals.

Visitors are invited to explore the astonishing sunken city that divers can explore, complete with an abandoned streetscape featuring an apartment, garage and arcade, amongst other surprises.

  • The view at The Palm

A 52 storey high observation deck boasting sweeping 360-degree views of Palm Jumeirah. This 240-metre-high tower offers spectacular views of the city, the island, and the Arabian Gulf. Directly connected to the Nakheel Mall, visitors can also explore an immersive theatre that reveals the story of how the world-famous island was created.

  • Global Village
Global Village

A lineup of live entertainment, more than 200 eateries, and a funfair will be available at Global Village until 07th May 2022. Visitors can also explore the 26 pavilions with an impressive 3,500 displays from countries including India, Egypt, China, and Spain.


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