The iftar, suhoor and markets boast views of the Museum of the Future.
Add a bit of culture to the Holy Month, and visit the Ramadan District and the Ramadan Majlis at Jumeirah Emirates Towers. Set against the backdrop of Dubai’s Museum of the Future, the events bring together art, food and shopping.
Whether you’re after iftar or suhoor, the Terrace Between the Towers is well worth a visit. The venue boasts an Arabesque setting, and guests can dine under the stars while taking in the spectacular skyline.
This year’s Ramadan Majlis, themed around sustainable dining and community cohesion, is a collaborative effort with Ne’ma – National Food Loss and Waste Initiative, Fresh on the Table, and the Zayed Higher Organization for People of Determination. Set on the Terrace Between the Towers, the Majlis will proudly showcase a menu sourced 25% locally, featuring UAE-produced delicacies such as manchego, burrata, goat cheese labneh, and feta crafted by People of Determination.
Guests can break their fast with a daily iftar experience featuring a sustainable buffet of seasonal delights served amidst breathtaking views of the Museum of the Future. Available daily from 12 March to 8 April, from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 315 for adults and AED 176 for children.
Jumeirah Emirates Towers’ Suhoor offers an intimate setting with a locally sourced à la carte menu complemented by board games, shisha, Moroccan tea, and Turkish coffee, promising a memorable pre-dawn meal in a serene ambience. Available daily from 12 March to 8 April, from 9:30pm to 2am. AED 20 minimum spend per adult.
The Ramadan District at Jumeirah Emirates Towers takes place on the Plaza Terrace. The family-friendly market draws its inspiration from a traditional Arabic village. The market sells artwork from Emirati talents and other Arab artists. The event also includes live performances, food stalls and a dedicated children’s area.
The event is anchored around the spirit of Ramadan, spotlighting its rich customs, traditions, and profound spiritual significance. Artists will breathe life into the ancient arts of calligraphy and henna design. Families can engage in activities designed for kids, including stage performances, face-painting sessions, and interactive cooking classes. Additionally, a diverse range of entertainment awaits with interactive board games, arts and crafts sessions, and arcade games, blending the charm of tradition with the excitement of modern entertainment.
Ramadan Market offers a world of retail offerings featuring a curated selection of homegrown, regional, and international brands. Elevate your skincare routine with the luxurious French beauty products from L’Occitane and Dubai-based brand Skin Story. Adorn yourself with jewellery from Caspian Jewellery or the bohemian-inspired creations at The Coral Beach and Lady Mauve. Celebrate Middle Eastern culture with Fyrouzi Ceramics’ collection of handcrafted Palestinian ceramics, or embrace Arabian-inspired fashion and accessories from Heba’s Closet. Fashion enthusiasts will enjoy exploring chic designs from brands like Cléio and Co. Faams and Rewind Apparel.
The Ramadan District food and beverage vendors include Biryani Pot, Churros Cone Cafe, Crave Bakehouse, Hot Bun, JTBurgers, La Baguette De L’entrecote, The PopKorner, Turkish Hut and Zaroob.
Ramadan District will run from 15th March to 4 April, from 5pm to 2am.
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