happenings this month Around Dubailand & Outer Dubai
Around Dubailand & Outer Dubai
Updated on 07 May 2019

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

What to do
Aloft Pool Bar
Aloft Hotel Me’aisam

The weather is practically perfect at this point, making it a great time to soak up the sun. Lounge by the pool with a good book as you take a load off your mind to prep for the festive season. Call 04-2487070.

Where to shop
Tavola
City Centre Me’aisam

Proving that your kitchenware can be both useful and gorgeous, Tavola offers everything you could possibly need while preparing a meal at home. From your typical salt and pepper shakers to sorbet scoops and potato shredders - Tavola has you covered. Call 04-4569160.

Where to eat
Under500
Motor City

Fix your breakfast date at Under500 with healthy meals cooked up carefully so the calories each each dish do not jump over 500. Whether it’s an acai bowl, avocado toast or an omelette, the restaurant promises a delicious time-out. Call 800-86337500.

Where to party
Birdies Sports Lounge
Arabian Ranches Golf Club

This nice little sports lounge is perfect for evening drinks, a round of pool game or to celebrate after a friendly golf match. The place comes alive during any major sporting events. Call 04-8883444.

What to see
Lover’s Lock Bridge
The Yard, Khawaneej

The act of securing your love with a padlock has been a tradition for years. The history of love padlocks dates back at least 100 years to a melancholic Serbian tale of World War I. A schoolmistress named Nada, who was from Vrnjacka Banja, fell in love with a Serbian officer named Relja. Following their commitment, Relja went to war in Greece where he eventually fell in love with a lady from Corfu. As a result, Relja and Nada broke off their engagement and she died of a broken heart.

Young ladies from Vrnjacka Banja needed to secure their own relationships to avoid being left unwed and they began recording their names, with the names of their lovers, on latches and fastening them to the railings of the scaffold where Nada and Relja used to meet. This is considered the first example of a Lover’s Lock Bridge. Nowadays, people use the names of friends and family as well as their lovers as a way to profess an unbreakable bond. Inspired originally by Pont des Arts in Paris, the bridge is built over a picturesque lake. Couples can hang padlocks engraved with their initials on the bridge as a promise of eternal love for each other.

The Yard, Al Khawaneej, is the host of the region’s only Lover’s Lock Bridge. The Yard itself has plenty to look at and is designed to model a farm, with an 18-metre tall windmill, a water mill and a wishing well - this spot is a rustic paradise.

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