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29 September – 28 October 2016

The Oktoberfest is a two-week festival held in late September and early October every year in Munich, Germany and is attended by six million people each year!  The festival has made its way to many countries around the world (often founded by German immigrants, descendants or expats).  The largest Oktoberfest outside of Germany is in Canada, in the of Kitchener and Waterloo, Ontario where they welcome 750,000 to  1,000,000 visitors every year.

Never one to miss out, Dubai is now host to many Oktoberfest celebrations with many flying in live entertainment from Germany.  Check out our listing below on venues hosting Oktoberfest events. Read more

With the weather cooling down and visitor season in the offing, I have of late, been asked for recommendations on what to do in Dubai, so here’s FooDiva’s bucket list, albeit a food-related one, naturellement.

1. Experience local Emirati culture for a day. Kick start your day with a guided tour of Grand Jumeirah Mosque – then head to the old quarter of Bastakiya by the creek for a leisurely stroll around the wind towers and art galleries. You’ll even find a teeny guest house here, XVA, in case you’re looking for a bed for the night. Grab a hosted Emirati lunch at the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, and end your afternoon with an abra boat ride along the creek. A fascinating insight into local culture, and a great antidote to Dubai’s bling! Read more

For those of you who love a good and unusual dining experience, but can’t be bothered with the hassle of rallying friends and family together, then social experience company Lime & Tonic comes to the rescue. Already operating in London, Sydney, Rio de Janeiro and Prague, Dubai MD, Tariq Sanad explains the concept, “we’re here to freshen up what can often be a boring dining experience and have hand-picked the very best to create memorable occasions.” Read more

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