WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN ON HOLIDAY IN DUBAI

Are you thinking of spending your holidays in the warm and welcoming city of Dubai? Great choice! Dubai offers something for almost every holiday so no matter when you come, you’re sure to have a fantastic time.

Christmas in Dubai

Is there anywhere else on earth that sparkles as much as Dubai at Christmastime? We don’t think so! The first thing to do is book your Christmas Day brunch. With all the traditional dishes you’re used to along with exotic additions to tempt your palate, this Dubai tradition is an essential at Christmas.

You’ll also enjoy fabulous Christmas markets, skiing and snow activities at Ski Dubai, warming up on any of Dubai’s pristine beaches, over-the-top displays at the malls, and special performances with a festive twist.

New Years in Dubai

Make sure you’re ready for a night of partying, because New Year’s Eve in Dubai is an all-out extravaganza with parties, food, fireworks, dancing, and concerts. No matter how much you want to spend (or how you want to spend it) ringing in the New Year, Dubai has you covered!

Of course, before you head out, make sure you’ve booked brunch on New Years Day. There’s nothing like starting the New Year off with this Dubai favourite.

Valentines in Dubai

Spending Valentines with your sweetheart in Dubai can be as unique as you are. Whether you start surrounded by under-the-sea magic at Ambassador Lagoon, hit the highest point at At.mosphere in the world’s tallest building, book a sunset cruise, or celebrate your love as you explore the city, you’re sure to make a lifetime of memories.

Easter in Dubai

Easter in Dubai is sure to include egg hunts, gourmet chocolate, and (of course) the best in Easter brunches.

Give yourself time to choose your brunch and book in advance—you’ll want to do all of them! Many include live entertainment, activities for the kids (and their very own buffet and juice stations), visits with the Easter Bunny, egg decorating, and face painting.

Ramadan in Dubai

Take advantage of your holiday time to experience Islamic traditions by visiting Dubai during Ramadan (April 24, 2020 – May 23, 2020). Enjoy the quiet of the restaurants open during the daytime to sample fare from around the world, or head out with the rest of the locals after sunset to celebrate Iftar (the evening meal) and take advantage of the late openings for restaurants and malls.

Many businesses offer discounts and sales during Ramadan, so come ready to save money as you spend it!

Holidays in Dubai are truly unique and will leave you counting the days until you can come back.

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