happenings this month Around Jumeirah
Around Jumeirah
Updated on 03 April 2019

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

Where to eat
Farzi Cafe
City Walk

This is a perfect place for those who loves Indian fusion food. The restaurant has an exclusive breakfast menu. The highlight includes shakashuka curry with puri, parantha pockets, lemon soda and much more.

Where to shop
The Mall

Who doesn’t love vintage? LXR&Co has everything you could possibly want from a vintage store, with brands like Hermes, Chanel and Louis Vuitton on offer, with up to 70% less than the original price tag! Call 04-8304823.

What to see
The Rolls-Royce Boutique
City Walk

If you’re partial to the finer things in life, this one’s for you. The Rolls-Royce Boutique is a unique space, housing a curated selection of Rolls-Royce motor cars. The space screams ‘Rolls-Royce’ with the interior reflecting the brand’s luxurious persona. 

Where to party
Hendrick’s Bar
Four Seasons Hotel

Enjoy a smooth, suave evening at Hendrick’s. The gentleman’s-style cigar club oozes sophistication whilst paying homage to the world traveller, Sir James Hendricks. For a little something extra, your drinks will be prepared at your table via trolley service! Call 04-2707777.

What to do
Wild Wadi Waterpark
Near Burj Al Arab

On it’s 20th year running, Wild Wadi Waterpark has become part of the fabric of Dubai. Situated in the area of Jumeirah, next to the Burj Al Arab and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, the park is modelled after the adventures of Juha, a known character from Arabian folklore. After undergoing a recent renovation, the park now has a variety of exciting new rides alongside the famed Jumeirah Sceirah’s 32 metre drop slide.

Unwind and appreciate the metre high influxes of Flood River and the long, lazy river of Juha's Journey. The little ones will love the kids exercises at Wild Wadi which incorporate hustling slides and water games! In any case, for those daredevils among you, look at the adrenaline fuelled rides at Wild Wadi Water Park including the mind blowing Tantrum Alley and Burj Surj! Last but not least, the Wipeout and Riptide Flowriders offer surfers and aspiring surfers the chance to hit the waves. Concocted by the free-thinking American legal counselor and surf aficionado Thomas Lochtefeld, the Wipeout works by shooting out in excess of seven tons of water for each second in a thin sheet over a shaped froth structure, delivering a wave impact perfect for body-boarding and knee-boarding. 

Call 04-3484444.


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