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What’s On | November, 2014 | Dubai, UAE|

There’s never a dull moment in Dubai. One of the best things about living in our fair Emirate is that throughout the year, on any given day, there is always something new or exciting to see and do. Whether it is the official opening of yet another world’s largest for Dubai, an annual festival, a street parade or a market fair there is bound to be something that tickles your fancy.

Here are just some of the things happening in and around Dubai this month… (more…)

What’s On | October, 2016 | Dubai, UAE|

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There’s never a dull moment in Dubai. One of the best things about living in our fair Emirate is that throughout the year, on any given day, there is always something new or exciting to see and do. Whether it is the official opening of yet another world’s largest for Dubai, an annual festival, a street parade or a market fair there is bound to be something that tickles your fancy.

Here are just some of the things happening in and around Dubai this month… Read more

x-defaultThere are still 8 days until the end of Ramadan so please consider donations of clothes, toys or books at some of these convenient drop off points. Or, please donate fresh food in these refrigerators set up to feed those who are less fortunate.

 

Location map of clothing, shoe and toy banks

Location map of Ramadan-sharing fridges

UK Boarding School Exhibition – Grosvenor House Hotel, Dubai Marina. 26 and 27 February 2016. From 2 – 7 pm
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The third Dubai Tour is ready to go. Starting tomorrow and running through Saturday. Check out this map to view the upcoming road closures. Please plan carefully your commutes.
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Back to School - Kids ReadingWhile Dubai’s children are still making the most of the long summer holiday, parents are now starting to think ahead to the new school term, compiling to-do lists and thinking about what the year ahead will bring. Here are some tips for going back to school

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Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five Pillars of Islam. The fast is observed each day from sunrise to sunset. Muslims rise before dawn to have a pre-fast meal which is called Suhoor and after dusk, they break their fast with the Iftar meal. Celebrating the holy month of Ramadan has become a fusion of culture and religion. Come Iftar and Suhoor families can be seen heading to either tents or popular restaurants in different hotels across Dubai. Most Iftar venues in hotels are bedecked with Arabic and Ramadan themes, others have gone beyond that by putting up special tents overlooking the most tranquil of surroundings and they all have their own special way of wooing families, with Iftar food specialties playing a major role. Read more

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