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Things To Do This Week
Updated on 27 October 2019

The weekend is over and new week begins, but the fun and activities don't have ton stop just because work has started again. This week is another great week with a variety of different things to do to fill in the gaps between work and keep you active. With Diwali celebrations in full swing the week starts off colourful and bright and continues with yoga session, award winning cinema screenings and the return of the great tradition of camel racing. Still think all you had to do this week was work? Take a look below and think again.     

When: 27 To 30 October
Where: Across Dubai
Diwali Celebrations

Happy Diwali to all. Dubai is celebrating the festival of lights in style as  the city is light up all over. With the fantastic IMAGINE show at Dubai Festival City Mall and celebrations and seasnal decorations across all major city malls, there are lost of ways you can celebrate this beautiful occasions. With big festivals come big offers and promotions and here are just some special Diwali offers you can avail on this special occasion.

The food delivery app Deliveroo has partnered with bakery Looshi's to create Rangoli inspired cookies. Today, every order from Deliveroo Editions (JLT, Hessa Street and Business Bay) will comprise of a complimentary Rangoli cookie designed by Looshi’s and Deliveroo. The limited edition cookies have been designed in two flavours, cardamom and nutmeg as well as cinnamon and cumin.

Bring a sweet box home prepared with love at the pure vegetarian restaurant Khandani Rajdhani, located in Karama. The sweet box comprises of four different types of assorted sweets: Kaju Katli, Rose Ladoo, Dry Fruit Paan and Khajoor Barfi. The box price starts at Dhs 50. The selection of sweets is sure to bring a smile on every ones face on Diwali night. Call 056-4363988

Planning a Diwali dinner with friends and family tonight? The modern Indian restaurant, Hitchki in Al Barsha is serving a complimentary dessert on each table. Their a la carte menu offers delicacies such as Charlie Chaplin Kebab, Crispy Chicken Khurana, PP's spinach Risotto, Laksa Prawn Dum Biryani, a selection of Flatbreads(Pide, Manakeesh and Coca) and much more.

When: 27 To 30 October
Where: Cinema Akil
The Farewell

The Farewell is a story of a Chinese family who when they discover that their grandmother has a fatal disease decide to hide the fact from her. In her last day, the family tries its best to create happy memories for their grandmother and one of the things they do is throwing an impromptu wedding party. The movie was screened at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival where it won the Audience Award. Ticket prices start at Dhs 52.50.

When: 29 October
Where: Zabeel House By Jumeirah, The Greens
Free Community Wellness Session

Native Club at Zabeel House by Jumeirah, The Greens is hosting a free community wellness morning on Tuesday for all residents. The wellness morning that runs from 9am to 11.30am, will start with an outdoor complimentary yoga and singing bowl mediation session led by Yoga Master Diggi Singh, followed by an intimate talk on how to juice and the benefits of juicing, adopting an organic lifestyle and an introduction to lymphatic massages, followed by top tips for glowing skin in conjunction with The Organic Pharmacy. Entry is free. Call 04-5191242
Email: nativeclub@jumeirah.com

When: 29 To 30 October
Where: Al Marmoom Smart Camel Racing Track
Camel Racing

This week marks the beginning of camel racing season at Al Marmoom Smart Camel Racing Track. In the first race on 29 October, nearly 60 camels will race between 4km to 6km to the finish line. Enjoy the show, grab your free spot and show your enthusiasm as you cheer on your favourite camel. Call 04-8326526

When: 29 October To 4 April
Where: Global Village
Global Village

Dubai's most sought after cultural theme park and market, Global Village, returns to Dubai on 29 October. Designed to let visitors experience the globe, more than 25 pavilions are erected in the image of different countries of the world giving you the chance to see Big Ben, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and the Taj Mahal all together in one place.


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