happenings this month There’s a summer bazaar taking place from 6th July
There’s a summer bazaar taking place from 6th July
Updated on 03 July 2017

Hall no. 7 at Dubai World Trade Centre will be home to a summer bazaar from 6th July until 4th September. The market will offer a wide selection of merchandise, ranging from handicrafts to beauty products, home appliances, toys and food items, from different parts of the world, including China, Greece, Turkey, Italy, Malaysia, Thailand, Pakistan, UAE and Yemen. Entrance will be free of charge and visitors will be able to enjoy discounts on several products. Open from 3pm to 11pm, daily. 
 

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