Ramadan 2024: 7 Things to Do in the UAE After Breaking the Fast

Ramadan 2024: 7 Things to Do in the UAE After Breaking the Fast

During Ramadan evenings in the UAE, you can enjoy activities like playing mini golf and badminton in the dark, kayaking, and painting.

Here's a list of things you can try.

Glow in the dark golf

Explore the enchanting 3D Blacklight Minigolf at JBR, where ultraviolet (UV) fluorescent art creates a magical atmosphere. Navigate through glowing landscapes filled with sea creatures and space adventures, surrounded by vibrant fluorescent colors. Prices begin at AED110 per person, and refreshments are offered. No special equipment is required – just bring yourself and dive into the radiant excitement!

Explore old Dubai with Frying Pan Adventures

Experience Dubai's vibrant nightlife with a food tour organized by Frying Pan Adventures. Dive into the authentic charm of old Dubai, exploring the souks around the Creek and hidden eateries. The Middle Eastern food pilgrimage tour in Deira is a highlight, offering a four-hour journey through the area's hidden streets after dark. Indulge in a variety of lesser-known dishes from Palestine, Lebanon, Egypt, and Iran. Tours in Deira run from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm every other Wednesday and Saturday until June, priced at Dh395.

Glow in the dark badminton

Have you ever thought about playing neon badminton? Pioneers Badminton Hub, situated in Al Quoz Industrial Area 3, brings a one-of-a-kind experience where players can engage in badminton under glow-in-the-dark conditions, using luminescent shuttlecocks and racquets. This creative facility offers neon badminton sessions on Fridays and Saturdays from 9 pm to 12 am, while regular badminton is available during the rest of the week. Prices for neon badminton sessions start at Dh150.

Evening swim at Aura Skypool

Immerse yourself in Aura's summer special, offering a magical evening swim in their 360-degree infinity pool, set beneath a twinkling starlit sky. Available every Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday, this tranquil nighttime swim costs Dhs225 per person, with no option for redemption on food and beverage purchases. Alternatively, opt for their indoor pool experience at Dhs200 per person, where the full amount can be redeemed towards food and beverage. The three-hour session, complete with live entertainment and a DJ, takes place from 8 pm to 11pm at Aura Skypool, situated in the Palm Tower on Palm Jumeirah.

Go Kayaking

In Dubai, where the coastline is a major attraction, you'll find plenty of options for water sports. Crystal Clear Watersports stands out with its unique offering: the city's first-ever tour aboard a fully transparent boat. You've probably seen this experience on social media platforms like Instagram or TikTok, so why not experience it firsthand? Choose the night kayak adventure, where you can paddle under the stars in a clear kayak, enjoying the mesmerizing experience for an hour.

Neon Graffiti

Wild Paint House in Dubai offers a one-of-a-kind art experience where people can express their creativity without limits. With six activities to choose from, including splat, spin, swing, pour, neon, and graffiti, participants can explore different painting techniques using high-quality, child-safe tempera paint. Upon arrival, guests receive ponchos or aprons, but they're encouraged to wear clothes they don't mind getting paint on. After a quick introduction, participants are free to experiment and create their own DIY artwork. The finished pieces can be collected two days later once they've dried. It's a chance for art lovers to design unique pieces and unleash their artistic talents in a fun and unrestricted setting.

Stargazing in the desert

For an unforgettable nighttime adventure in Dubai, head to the desert. The Dubai Astrology Group regularly organizes stargazing sessions in the Al Qudra desert, as advertised on its website. These gatherings offer a chance to learn about stars and constellations from an experienced guide. If you prefer a more intimate experience, you can book a private session focusing on Arabian astronomy, Greek mythological astronomy, or ancient civilizations, allowing for a deeper exploration of the night sky.

News Source: Khaleej Times

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