Christmas is around the corner and Dubai is ready to welcome another new year full of hope, excitement and ventures. To keep the spirit of Christmas alive here are 5 forthcoming festival based theme places:
Christmas concert at Dubai Opera
Probably the best spot for Christmas festivities in Dubai is the Dubai Opera. One may consider how it very well may be a drama house that could engage the Christmas vibes. Yet, that is the place where you will encounter something novel out and out. World-well known London Concert Orchestra Band will have Christmas songs and works of art all through the Christmas season
Habtoor palace Christmas market
Another well known Christmas market, Habtoor Palace realizes how to make things merry in the desert. The Winter Garden will run from December 5 to 28, with amusement and themed exercises for everybody to appreciate, including a section of retail and food stalls, kids’ exercises and attractions. A visit by Santa himself is the highlight!
JA Hotels Christmas events
Hatta Fort lodging, JA Bateaux, Ja Ocean view and Jebel Ali sea shore resort are facilitating different occasions paving the way to Christmas this year. This incorporates, tree lightings, Christmas eve and Christmas day celebration along with some New Year’s eve merriments. Costs change contingent upon what you do, be that as it may, the tree lighting occasions are for the most part free. This is an extraordinary possibility for your family to get in the Christmas soul.
WAFI Santa’s grotto
Santa Clause’s yearly visit to Dubai is nearly upon us and he is showing up at the WAFI. This one is ideal for the children, who will get different treats. This will be on every day from 9am to 10pm until December 24, Santa must do overtime!
MOE Ski Dubai
In the event that you need to discover what Christmas feels like in cold, at that point take a stab at visiting Ski Dubai at Mall of the Emirates. This is an opportunity for you and your loved ones to go skiing and play in the snow park or visit the penguins. To heat up, you can visit the Saint Moritz bistro in the incline and appreciate a Swiss hot cocoa.
(Contributed by Pranjal Sharma)