10 Things To Do During Ramadan In Dubai

10 Things To Do During Ramadan In Dubai

During Ramadan in Dubai, there are many spiritual, cultural, and community activities to enjoy. The city changes a lot during this special month. People living here and those visiting can take part in different traditions and activities. You can join Iftar meals with others or visit mosques for peaceful moments. Dubai in Ramadan is a time for thinking, enjoying, and being together. This guide lists ten interesting things to do that show the diverse culture of Dubai in Ramadan. Everyone is welcome to experience the special moments of this important month.

Visit Artisan Market

Visit Artisan Market at City Walk if you're looking for a special Eid gift or just want to do some shopping. The market stretches from Allo Beirut to Saya restaurant. You can find personalized jewelry, accessories, handcrafted home decorations, and custom outfits here. It's free to attend and open daily from March 18 to April 15.

Artisan Market


Join UFC GYM Middle East for a one-hour MMA beach workout on Saturday, March 16 at Rixos The Palm Dubai starting at 10 AM. Your registration includes all-day access to the pool and beach, along with food and drinks until 6 PM. It's a great deal at AED 249. Don't miss out on this opportunity for a fun and active weekend.

UFC Gym Dubai

Visit Ramadan Markets

Visit a Ramadan market in Dubai. These markets appear every year during Ramadan and stay open late. You can buy things like kaftans, dates, lanterns, paintings, and more. One popular market is at Expo City called Hai Ramadan. It has over 20 places to eat and shop, selling everything from handmade crafts to candy.

Hai Ramadan Market Dubai

Exciting Shows at Zabeel Theatre

Don't miss the shows at Zabeel Theatre this month. Get tickets for fun nights out. If you know Farsi and enjoy comedy, watch The Mailman on March 21. On March 29, catch She Said What, a stand-up show. A Russian play, Surprise, will be on April 1. Max Amini performs on April 11 and 12. Kids' workshops are also available. Located at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel, Palm Jumeirah.

zabeel theater dubai

Have Iftar at One of the Best Restaurants in Dubai

After fasting all day, treat yourself to a tasty iftar meal at one of Dubai's best restaurants. You can choose from traditional Arabic dishes to global cuisine, ensuring there's a dish for every taste. Remember to book ahead to guarantee a table during this bustling time. We have listed the best restaurants in Dubai for you.

Topgolf Dubai

Are you a pro golfer or just learning? Try Top Golf’s Ramadan deal. Play games for 2 hours with up to 6 pals, then enjoy Arabic or Western food. Arabic menu includes hummus, babaganoush, kibbeh, baklava, Umm Ali, grilled meats. Western menu includes wings, halloumi fries, BBQ ribs, brisket. Ready to play? Price: AED 1,499 per bay for 2 hours of golfing. Open daily from 6 PM to 11 PM.

topgolf dubai

Play With Snow

Ski Dubai is offering a nice Ramadan deal! Have a fun day at the snow park with lots of rides and things to do. You get to pick one free activity: meet the penguins, learn to ski or snowboard, or get a pass for the slopes – all for just AED 295. If you're going with your family, there's a special deal: pay for four, and the fifth person gets in free with Ski Dubai's Ramadan Family Pass for AED 1,200. Open daily from 10 AM to 11 PM (Mon-Thu), until midnight on Fridays, and from 9 AM to midnight on Saturdays and Sundays.

ski dubai

Enjoy a Garden Suhoor

If you're into fun board games, garden suhoor, and traditional activities, check out Farrago Bar & Lounge. They're hosting a Ramadan bazaar this month. The bar is teaming up with Akhu Manoushe and Bachir Ice Cream, who will set up stalls there all month long. You can grab a souvenir T-shirt by Akhu Manoushe to remember the good times. Open daily from 9 AM to 2 AM.



Shop at Ramadan Wonder Souk

Go to the center of Global Village this month to find the Ramadan Wonder Souk with a mix of items from different pavilions. Enjoy music by the Arabian Orchestra on the main stage. Don't miss the Ramadan cannon firing, signaling it's time for iftar. Treat yourself to a diverse range of food for iftar and suhoor from around the world. Open daily from 6 PM to 2 AM during Ramadan.

Wild Wadi Waterpark

Exciting news for water park fans! Wild Wadi, a fun park for families, is giving UAE residents a 40% discount on online bookings until Monday, March 25. They have around 30 rides for you to slide, splash, or zip into. The entry fee is AED 240 for adults and AED 220 for kids, and you can add on the 'All You Can Eat' package for AED 70 (adults) and AED 60 (kids) to enjoy lots of snacks. The park is open daily from 10 AM to 6 PM.

 wild wadi waterpark dubai

In simple terms, during Ramadan in this lively city, you can reflect, follow traditions, and join in many activities that bring people together. You can enjoy cultural experiences at the Ramadan Wonder Souk, have fun with family at Wild Wadi Waterpark, or have a peaceful garden suhoor at Farrago Bar & Lounge. These activities suit different interests and ages, showing how the city mixes tradition with modern fun during Ramadan. It makes this holy month very special and memorable for everyone.

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