Things to Do

6 incredible things to do in Abu Dhabi this week: July 1 to 4

The summer is in full swing now that the year is halfway through. Even while things might be slowing down a little, the capital still has plenty of fascinating and entertaining things to do. Visit Abu Dhabi, where weekends and weekdays are equally exciting.

Monday, July 1

Celebrate International Reggae Day at Ting Irie

This International Reggae Day, this Jamaican haunt is throwing a party. Savour traditional Jamaican cuisine and lively reggae music while you celebrate. Experience traditional Jamaican dishes such as patties and more, accompanied by an array of inventive cocktails costing Dhs 215 till 11.30p.m. good for three hours.

Have a happy Monday at Dragon’s Tooth

Dragon’s Tooth is a riddle within an enigma, wrapped in a riddle. In fact, it’s a super-sophisticated cocktail bar hidden away inside the Dai Pai Dong Chinese restaurant, which is housed inside the Rosewood hotel in Abu Dhabi. Additionally, there’s a daily 50% off offer on draught beer right now.

Tuesday, July 2

Cool off at the Saray Spa in Al Wathba

The first-ever snow cave in Abu Dhabi can be found exclusively at Saray Spa at Al Wathba, a Luxury Collection Desert Resort & Spa. Take a dip and enjoy some real snow there. After using a sauna, you can quickly cool off your body by entering a snow cave, which is a room completely coated in ice and snow. You can shift gears after a brief period in the sauna and benefit from health worries, fat burning, and metabolism boosters in the frigid chamber.

Load up on carbs at Talea

Some members of the What’s On staff are raving about Talea at the Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, and it’s hard to argue with them. This Michelin-starred restaurant’s gnocchi alle vongole (Dhs145) is a deceptively small dish that tastes incredibly good and takes up a good amount of room after you finish your meal.

Wednesday, July 3

Mid-week pick-me-up with Shang Palace

For authentic Cantonese cuisine, visit Shangri-La’s renowned Shang Palace restaurant. Weekday lunch specials, from midday to 3pm, feature an unlimited array of dim sum favourites, such as siu mai, steamed Cheungfan, and chicken juice buns. Meals only cost Dhs 138, while tea and soft drinks cost Dhs 168.

Thursday, July 4

Celebrate July 4 at Hidden Bar

This July 4, enjoy Aviation Gin, crafted by none other than Ryan Reynolds, at Hidden Bar. Reinterpreted for the occasion are classic American drinks including the Aviation Cocktail, the Gimlet, the Vesper Martini, and the Gibson. from 4 to 6 July.

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