happenings this month Around Bur Dubai
Around Bur Dubai
Updated on 04 July 2018

The latest restaurant and bar offers, club nights, events and activities this month

What to do

Moroccan Bath
Soul Senses Spa & Wellness Sometimes known as a ‘Hammam’ bath, is a tradition that in the past, and in some places today, is performed in public baths. It was popular in the past, and still is today due to its anti-aging and skin-healing properties. www.soulsensesspa.com

Where to shop

Chantilly Lace
Satwa

Chantilly lace is a handmade bobbin lace named after the city of Chantilly, France, in a tradition dating from the 17th century. This highly sought-after textile is favourited by Indian brides and was even worn by Kate Middleton on her wedding day. 

Where to eat

AL Ustad Special Kebab
Al Musalla Road

Some of the best food in the city comes from the humblest of places. At top of the list of no-fuss flavour is Al Ustad Special Kebab. This cheap and cheerful spot offers authentic, no-frills Iranian kebabs.

Where to party

The Pulse
Mövenpick Hotel Bur Dubai

This aptly named nightlife sensation is nothing short of ‘pumping’. With a lively atmosphere and resident DJ Jeff, this spot has all its bases covered. Enjoy a great crowd, even better vibes and even the occasional Bollywood night! Call 04-3582090.

What to see

Heritage Village
Shindagha Village

Since it’s opening in 1997, The Heritage Village has become a national treasure. It represents the components of wild, marine, and mountain life, where the visitor can identify closely the old traditional customs of the country and the special characteristics of old houses, handicrafts, patterns, and forms of living. For a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, Heritage Village is the perfect way to enjoy the foundations of the region.

A true-to-life construction depicts the way people lived in the UAE, from architecture how they made their livelihood, with a diving museum. The village offers guests a chance to get up close with the tastes of Emirati cuisine as you watch the incredible way fresh flat bread called rigag and traditional sweets like legemat are made. You can also walk around the old houses, homes to the founders of Dubai, walk into the houses, and see how the people lived. Visitors can also enjoy performances of folklore singing and dancing such as Razfa, Ayyala, Harbeya and El-Dan, in addition to the dances added to the local heritage that came to the region through the commercial relations with Africa, among which are Lewa, Andemi and Haban.

The village also hosts a traditional medicine clinic during the tourist season between March and October. Patients are treated by traditional medicine doctors who have inherited a legacy of great experience and expertise in the methods of traditional medicine, such as branding, bone-setting and various treatments with herbs! Call 04-5155000.

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