Plan your great escape to Claustrophobia Dubai

Plan your great escape to Claustrophobia Dubai

Still haven't had your fill of interesting activities in Dubai? This one is sure to have it down pat!



If you love mysteries and live player games, try out Claustrophobia Dubai, the biggest live escape game to open up in Dubai! An interactive quest played in real time, in teams, it requires you and your group to solve puzzles, find clues and use teamwork to find your way out of the room you're locked in. You can play in groups of 2-4 people, while locked up in a themed room with a scenario - it may be a spaceship, a dungeon, a bomb shelter, an Antarctic research facility or anything else - and use your wits and quick thinking to get yourself out. Does anything sound more exciting right now? Yeah, cancel your other plans for the weekend!
Claustrophobia Quests is located in JLT. For details, call 0527974916 or ?visit phobia.ae  
Yoga at a click
Want to book a quick yoga fitness session without having to bother with registration and other pesky details? Try out Dubai's newest fitness app, Classport, which is sponsoring the Reebok stage at this month's XYoga Festival, taking place on February 19-20, in Burj Park, Downtown Dubai.
To register for the XYoga Reebook stage classes, all that budding yoga lovers need to do is download the Classport fitness app on iOS or Android, and book a complimentary class, which will be set against the stunning backdrop of the Dubai skyline and the Burj Khalifa. For more info, visit classport.fit  
A luxury Nile cruise
If you're planning to take a relaxing holiday cruise before the good weather runs out - and visit some historical sights at the same time - sail with The Oberoi Philae, a luxury Nile cruiser that travels between Aswan and Luxor in Egypt. You get 4-and 6-night options to float through 5,000 years of Egyptian culture and history.
Onboard, 22 luxury cabins and suites with French windows offer stunning views of the Nile and the riverside sights, and you can use the lavishly appointed facilities like the 24-hour gym, swimming pool and spa, while keeping in touch with the world via high-speed WiFi. Besides the luxury cabins, there are suites, each with its own private terrace and Jacuzzi.
For more info and bookings, visit www.oberoihotels.com 
Bag some roses on V-day 
Add a whimsical, quirky touch to your February 14 outfit - or pleasantly surprise your date instead - with Kate Spade's new Valentine's Day collection. The Secret Admirer heart crossbody Italian leather-crafted bag is the perfect accessory for a girl who wears her heart on her sleeve. For the more ladylike lass, the rose-printed Cedar Street Rose Mini Hayden fabric handbag is just the right accessory. If you're a girl who likes to stand out, the offbeat Rose Pail bag is sure ?to turn heads - it's designed to look like a pail full of fresh flowers... just tote it! 
The circus is in town!
Had your fill of mall crawling during the shopping festival? Now, catch some action in the most entertaining way, at the Great Vegas Circus! Until March 11, you can head with your family or friends to Abu Dhabi's Al Sharq Mall, to take in death-defying acrobatics, flying trapeze and high-wire acts, clowns, white lions and more. Be amazed by the incredible 'Globe of Death' ride, the cutest Vegas puppies, puppetry and stagecraft.
Tickets start at Dh75 for adults, and children under the age of three get free entry. For bookings and details, call 0569365999. 
All that Jazz@PizzaExpress
The weekly jazz nights at this joint are already popular, but as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, PizzaExpress have stepped it up with a pop-up jazz restaurant at The Walk on JBR. Until February 27, you can be part of the musical celebrations at this spot - located between Paul and the Spanish Steps - with live performances every night from renowned artists such as Rachael Calladine, Abri & Funk Radius, along with a band from 6 pm-10 pm every weeknight, and until 10.30 pm on Thursdays and Fridays.


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