The beautiful, peaceful Holy month of Ramadan has come to an end and we’re gearing up for a 4-day weekend girls…can we get a woohooooo!
If you’re hunting for things to do then here’s our Eid weekend guide…jam-packed full of things to keep you busy.
You know it’s Eid when Dubai’s skies hold host to some spectacular firework displays. Starting on Friday June 15th you can catch this mesmerizing show combining fireworks and music, over at Festival City, first show at 9 pm and again at 10:30 pm. It is, of course, free to watch but for a real treat why not book a table at one of the gorgeous restaurants facing the bay to enhance your viewing experience!
This is one for the whole family, be sure to get there early to snag your spot to watch the night sky become illuminated by a dazzling show of colour.
If you haven’t seen Dubai’s resident show La Perle yet now is the perfect time as they are offering a massive 40% off all tickets for summer!! We loved this show when we saw it on the opening night, and we’ll be making the most of this incredible offer to return with the fam!
La Perle is closed for improvements during Ramadan; you can book your discount seats from the 13th June.
Staycation On The QE2
She has an iconic history spanning over 50 years and is continuing her legacy today as a dining, entertainment and hotel destination, docked at Dubai’s Mina Rashid she’s been lovingly restored to all of her former glory.
Between now and September 30th residents can enjoy a 15% discount on the best online rates, complimentary breakfast, 25% off F&B throughout the stay and upgrades to even fancier rooms.
Or, if you don’t fancy a stay over they have a special family brunch on Friday and Saturday featuring a ‘Junk Food’ Station and live entertainment.
We’ve been dying to check in since its opening last April!
Pool Day At El Chiringuito
El Chiringuito is remaining open on weekends for the summer months and they have a cracking deal on at the minute. Pay AED 250 for entry…but get this girls, it’s fully redeemable against F&B…winning!
Why not get the girls together for a totally chilled Eid weekend in this beautiful Balearic beach club.
Louvre Abu Dhabi
If you’re in the mood for a spot of culture this Eid weekend, then Louvre Abu Dhabi is the place to go. Take a road trip to our capital city and check out this incredible museum packed full of art, creativity, and exhibitions.
Taking place over Eid weekend, ‘My Life As A Zucchini’ a story filled with laughter, sorrow and joy and is brought to life by stop-motion animation.
Image Credits: Lead – Shutterstock, Image 1 – Shutterstock, Image 2 – SheDXB, Image 3 – FB QE2, Image 4 – FB El Chiringuito, Image 5 – FB Louvre.