happenings this month Around Sheikh Zayed Road
Around Sheikh Zayed Road
Updated on 04 July 2018

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

What to eat

Carnival By Tresind
Nassima Royal Hotel, SZR

‘Carnival by Tresind’ gets a new menu made to perfection taking cues from Anglo-Indian era. The new dishes such as chicken kurure, and devil paneer reflect a Indian culinary heritage and various influences from different colonies. Call 052-2424262.

Where to shop

Dubai International Financial Centre

If you fancy vintage collectible watches, then this small shop in DIFC is a must visit place Since February 2011, Momentum is a regional dealer of classic and vintage timepieces and distributor of premium watch accessories since 2011. Call 04-3889200.

What to see

Gevora, world's tallest hotel
Sheikh Zayed Road

This modern-day marvel stands at 356m tall. This four star hotel features 528 rooms, 5 unparalleled. dining experiences, an observation deck offering breathtaking views of the Dubai skyline and much more. Call 04-5240000.

Where to party

Zinc Nightclub
Crowne Plaza? SZR

This nightclub is one of the oldest nightclubs of Dubai and is known for its pacey music nights. Head here if you like to dance all night long. The first-rate DJs know how to get the tparty started and the dance floor is never empty. Call 050-1999271.

What to do

Modhesh World
World Trade Centre

Modhesh World, one of the largest indoor amusement centre is back again for its 19th edition. And, needless to say it’s bigger and better this year. Spread across eight halls of the Dubai World Trade Centre, Modhesh World captures the imagination of young and old alike with its thrilling rides, futuristic attractions and live shows. Modhesh World is packed with family-friendly fun and incredible events designed to keep everyone happy this summer. The mascot of Modhesh World is a cheerful springy person who will be there to welcome one and all.

Taking place until 25 August, get ready for a host of activities across four fun-filled zones: The Hangout, Show Town, Modhesh Bazaar and Amusement Park.

Bag a bargain at Modhesh Bazar - Visitors have a wonderful chance to shop at Modhesh World Bazar. The participants brands from international ones to local labels. What more? The entry is free. Go, catch the action at Hall 8 of Dubai World Trade Centre
The Hangout Show - Both the young and young at heart will enjoy honing their skills and battling villains at the E-gaming Zone, or using their wits to win the spy challenge that has an unforgettable escape room setting. The Hangout also boasts ice skating fun, battle park action and dedicated drone games. Get a hang of ultimate fun for just Dhs 36 at Hall 7 of Dubai World Trade Centre.

Show Town - Ever popular with children and adults alike, Show Town opens up a colourful world of fairytales, action and enjoyment for every audience. Head there to enjoy shows such as the Under Water Parade, with mermaids and colourful marine creatures. Entry is Dhs 25 at Hall 1.

Amusement Park - With over 150 rides and attractions for children aged three and up, there's so much to explore. Little ones will enjoy bumper cars and teacup rides, while older adventurers can take on bunjee jumps, challenge their skills at the rope course at Wire World and experience the wonder of a 9D cinema. The entry is Dhs 25 and is taking place at Halls 2 - 6.

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