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9 brilliant things to do in Abu Dhabi this weekend: Mar 22 to 24

However, Ramadan is already two weeks old. That is not real. It is a fact, nevertheless, that the capital has been hopping this week with incredibly festive events, and this weekend is no exception. Scroll down and select your option. Cheers to the weekend!

These are nine fantastic things to do this weekend in Abu Dhabi.

Friday, March 22

You can’t do Ramadan weekends without an Iftar

This year, the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr Al Andalus Ramadan experience is back! With live cooking stations, entire lamb carving, ouzi stations, and a fantastic buffet offering a delectable selection of barbecued meats and fish for customers to sample, the event can host up to 450 people each night. Al Andalus Tent is located on the Falcon Lawn next to Abu Dhabi Creek with stunning views of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque.

Sample some red bottoms on Saadiyat Island

You don’t want to miss this limited-edition Louboutin x Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island collaboration because it’s only available for a short while. The Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island’s Louboutin Loubi Suite is all about the customs and the deep bonds formed at a cosy home. Come check out their newest Ramadan collections at this special pop-up store.

Saturday, March 23

Indulge in Saturday brunching action

The Director’s Club’s Saturday brunch is the ideal way to decompress after a demanding workweek (or barely any work at all, we don’t judge). At The WBTM Abu Dhabi’s very own meatery, guests will be treated to the best cuts and beverages along with live entertainment. Savour a variety of appetisers meant to be shared, such as the famous beef tartare from The Director’s Club, burrata, truffle mac and cheese croquettes, old bay prawn po’ boys, and oysters rockefeller.

Feast on Suhoor at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

For the first time ever, diners are invited to immerse themselves in an after-hours gastronomic and cultural experience at the top theme park in the world thanks to this thrilling and unique event. The fan zone portion of the park will host this unique Suhoor banquet. A variety of traditional Ramadan treats are available for guests to savour while they take in live performances of oud and Qanoon music. That’s not all, though. During the Suhoor hours, Bell’ Italia, a beloved family ride, will be open. Yas Island Annual Pass holders receive a remarkable 25% discount, with each diner paying Dhs180.

Dine in the dark

Test the saying “love is blind” at Bab Al Qasr’s Fresh Basil’s Pitch-Black Dining, where you can lose your sight and still feel everything with your senses intensified. You’ll spend more time conversing with your companion on the completely dark ride than focusing on your food. starts at Dhs399 per person.

Sunday, March 24

Get your art fix with The World of Mirrors by Jamal Bassiouni

Vibrant explorations of ancient Egyptian beliefs about enlightenment and the afterlife will delight audiences at Egyptian artist Jamal Bassiouni’s solo exhibition, The World of Mirrors. For your weekly fix of art and culture, visit the Art Booth Gallery located on the ground floor of Centro Capital Centre by Rotana.

Soak in the sun at SAL

Don’t believe that Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort (JSI) could top its already impressive lineup of opulent beauties. The capital is now home to the multi-award winning lifestyle experience SAL. This legendary brand, which is heavily influenced by the water, has opened a second site on Saadiyat.

Catch the last of the Zayed Sports Tournament

The much-loved family festival got underway on March 11 and features a number of thrilling competitions, such as chess, football, padel, swimming, petanque, and boxing. The competition begins with women’s football and features participants from all throughout the United Arab Emirates. This weekend is the last one, so don’t miss it.

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