Best Post-Iftar Activities in UAE

DUBAI

Alserkal Avenue

Alserkal Avenue

The theme of the sacred month at Alserkal Avenue is Maintenance, along with the region's Ramadan program comprises quirky iftar and suhoor experiences, artwork and self-care workshops, thought-provoking discussions, exhibition openings, guided tours, film screenings and more. From old-school board game nights at A4 Distance to majlis storytelling at The Yard, plus a special variant of Alserkal Lates, there is enough going on to be sure you return night after night. Check out the full program here.

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Dubai Parks and Resorts


Dubai Parks and Resorts

There are two deals worth shouting about at the theme park complicated this Ramadan. Enjoy an iftar buffet in the Mughal-e-Azam Ramadan tent at Bollywood Parks for Dh50, which includes access to fresh shows at Rajmahal Theatre and the park. Guests who want to have a go on the rides may cover Dh10 per appeal. Cover Dh99 to find access to all of the attractions and rides in the park, as well as the shows and the iftar buffet. At Motiongate Dubai, you get access for Dh260 and are able to join everyone's favorite ogre couple, Shrek and Fiona, to get an iftar at Noble Apple restaurant.

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IMG Worlds of Adventure


IMG Worlds of Adventure

The world's largest indoor theme park is offering three bundles this month, together with general admission priced at Dh99 (compared to usual Dh300). Entrance is Dh135 if you put in on an iftar buffet. Park entrance with a theater ticket along with iftar buffet prices Dh149. The offers are valid for UAE residents, and the park is available from 3pm to 9pm. These deals are available until May 30.

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Flow

Flow

This home-grown, healthful eatery at Jumeirah Emirates Towers Boulevard is offering a series of talks throughout Ramadan. Every Wednesday from 8pm, Emirati specialists are sharing their knowledge on topics such as poetry wellness, arts, and culture, with a view of promoting discussion and conversation, while guests like eats. Iftar costs Dh98 per person, and the discussions are free. On May 15, illustrator, designer, and artist Khalid Mezaina are talking about his job and inspirations while Jalal Luqman will talk about his accomplishments. He recently released his first publication, The Armagondas, an epic fantasy graphic novel inspired by true events. Finally, on May 29, Eman Al Mughairy, who works as an Abu Dhabi Youth Hub project manager, will be discussing cultural diplomacy, the Year of Tolerance and"linking for positive change".

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Hub Zero

Hub Zero

Hub Zero includes virtual reality attractions 18 rides, arcade games, a laser experience, and karaoke rooms, pool tables and places to eat. It is open until midnight. For every single Dh200 spent at indoor activity center Hub Zero, that is based during Ramadan, in the City Walk of Dubai, you're going to find the chance. Including a yearly pass, an Apple Watch Series 4 and an XR. Entry is completely free, and you pay as you proceed.

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The Smash Room


The Smash Room

  Glasses, TVs essentially whatever you'll find -- well in the early hours of the afternoon in The Smash Room this Ramadan, as it is open until 2am during the month. Even the Al attraction asserts burn 400 calories can be helped by a normal 30-minute session, so it is a great workout that will also allow you to de-stress. There is also an Eid bundle that's been put up for families, beginning from Dh200 for two children and 2 adults. It comprises two items and 40 eyeglasses to smash, and that means that you may get destructive collectively.

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ABU DHABI

Louvre Abu Dhabi


Louvre Abu Dhabi

Every Friday and Saturday throughout Ramadan, a series of short, looped film screenings, curated by artist Rinku Awtani, are taking place in the capital's memorial. Heartwarming tales from will be informed, highlighting values of courage, compassion, and exploration from both documentary and animation format. Entrance to the screening is included in the general entrance ticket, which costs Dh63 of the museum. Admission is free for children under 13. Between May 15 and 17, the memorial will also be open until midnight, and on May 18 opening hours will extend to 1am. All month, the Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum Cafe is offering a menu that is set for iftar for Dh120. At length, towards the end of this holy month, on May 24 and 25, a weekend of free activities will occur, from 2pm to 6pm, which aim to observe Islamic artwork.

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Manarat Al Saadiyat

Manarat Al Saadiyat

Grab the last weekend of Manarat Al Saadiyat's Ramadan Arcade, which occurs from May 15 to 18. A collection of activities is spread across learning, covering games, photography and art workshops, performances, retail, five zones, food and much more. The arcade and gaming zones are karom tournaments, along with home to retro and modern games and Emirati games. While vendors sell everything from clothing to jewelry and crafts outside, food trucks will be serving a variety of cuisines. Mirbad all run these, a nonprofit organization founded by young Emirati women. There are discussions and workshops on topics as varied as majlis customs and astrophotography, as well as nightly performances and poetry readings. The Ramadan Arcade is open from 9pm to 2am.


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The Cultural Foundation

The Cultural Foundation


Finally, on May 16 and 23, between 10pm and midnight, Emirati artist and architect Abdalla Al Mulla will probably be instructing people how to create Ramadan lanterns utilizing a range of materials. Catch the last program of activities has been invented by the Department of Tourism and Culture -- Abu Dhabi in the Cultural Foundation, headed by a group of writers speakers and artists from across the UAE. For example, cultural pro-Ali Al Saloom will lead a collection iftar events on May 18 and 25, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm, clarifying cultural dos and performs, helping residents with any social challenges they might be confronting, and demonstrating ways to embrace the holy month. On 22 and May 15, from 10pm to midnight, the Writing Society of The Cultural Foundation will sponsor workshops. Emirati writer and scriptwriter Amal Al Duwaila has curated a series where she will teach authors how to enhance their creativity, build methods of storytelling, enhance their skills and hone their personal style called Writing to Allah. Emirati singers Abdullah Al Qasmy, Ali Bobar, and Ammar Bobar will perform anasheed, a sort of Islamic chanting, on May 17 and 24, from 10pm to midnight.

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Yas Island theme parks

You will find three theme parks on Yas Island, and each of them is currently offering excellent deals that are Ramadan this year. At Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, in which you'll discover the world's fastest roller coaster, park guests receive free entrance on weekend evenings (6pm to 10pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday), also can enjoy the rides and attractions on a pay-as-you-go basis. Tickets for a single ride price Dh60, even though you may get unlimited access for just Dh100 (this excludes Karting Academy, Simulators and Driving Experience).

Yas Waterworld is offering 50 percent off its regular yearly passes, which give families unlimited access to the waterpark. The offer is available until the last day of Ramadan, also prices Dh495 for adult and junior passes (it is legitimate for 12 months from the date you buy it). Also, if you purchase one day ticket (that can be half price in Ramadan) you can get that discounted the purchase price of your yearly pass (final cost will depend on the purchase price of the ticket you purchased ).

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