Looking for fun activities for today? Here are the 10 things to do in Dubai
Published on November 25, 2019 at 10.30
Get sporty: Always on the lookout for destinations that can cater for the entire family? Sharjah's Al Majaz Waterfront fulfils that need. There's a 750-metre track surrounded by palm trees - perfect to enjoy outdoor activities such as jogging, yoga, and a variety of children's games.
Seven Wellness is offering free admission outdoor yoga classes at Reem Central Park on Al Reem Island, at the Communal Loan area every Monday from 7pm-8pm led by Selena Lowe. Register for the class via Eventbrite.com
Sharjah Entrepreneurship Festival begins at Sharjah Expo Center today featuring key speakers including world-renowned rapper Akon. The two-day event will also welcome personal growth platform Mindvalley to the UAE for the first time who will put on immersive workshops.
Take the kids where ‘no one has gone before’ at the Future Space Pioneers Festival at Children’s City, Dubai Creek Park. Featuring interactive exhibits and daily shows, this week-long festival until November 30 will have you all applying to NASA.
This just in: take a musical journey down memory lane with Apple Music Replay. If you’re on Apple Music relive 2019 with a customised playlist of your top songs and one for every year you have been a subscriber. Check out your AM portal.
Brazilian film, Central Do Brasil, is the story of an ex-teacher, Dora, who works at a Rio de Janeiro train station writing letters for customers and mailing them. Her clients include the mother of Josue, a boy who has never met his father. When Josue’s mother dies, Dora takes Josue on a trip to find his dad. It’s on at Sorbonne University, Abu Dhabi from 7.30pm.
Enjoy the culinary legacy of Old Delhi every work day with Purani Dilli’s business lunch. Priced at Dhs65, explore subz sheekh kebab, Chandani Chowk ki tikki and dahi ke kebab, that rank high on flavour, at the Four Points by Sheraton SZR restaurant.
New venue: One of the most anticipated openings of the year; Amazonico, the luxe rainforest-themed restaurant is open for business from today in DIFC, Dubai. Drawing inspiration from Latin American culture, Amazonico boasts great food and an open-air rooftop terrace.
Jack Ryan Season 2 has just dropped on Amazon Prime Video and reviews from us are all five-star. This time around Jack (John Krasinski) must find out who killed his close friend, a US senator, in Venezuela while uncovering a tonne of government corruption.
True art: Custot Gallery Dubai in Al Quoz has put on 'Tales of Thread', an exhibition featuring 28 unique and limited edition tapestries, carpets and textile works by 18 internationally renowned modern and contemporary artists, including Etel Adnan, Alice Anderson, Alexander Calder, and Eduardo Chillida.