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Last chance: Here’s when these top Ramadan Markets are closing

Eid is fast approaching, which means it’s the final opportunity to enjoy iftars, Ramadan tents and majlises, and all of the festivities that go along with the Holy Month. If you haven’t already, you have roughly two weeks to visit some of Dubai’s greatest Ramadan markets.

There are a tonne of fun things to do at these Ramadan markets, like plenty of dining, shopping, entertainment, and more.

You have to go to these best Ramadan markets in Dubai before it’s too late.

Ramadan District 2.0 at Jumeirah Emirates Towers

Closes on: April 7

Ramadan District, which is curated by M2L Concepts, is back for a second season and offers lots of dining and retail options. There’s a Maybelline New York Cafe and a place to buy and receive a quick makeover for makeup enthusiasts. Little ones can have fun playing games and exploring creative spaces. From Friday, March 15, to April 4, 2024, a mere 20 days comprise Ramadan District 2.0. The market will be open every day from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. While there is no charge to enter Ramadan District, some activities do have a nominal price. Go, go go! The market is so well-liked that the organisers decided to extend it until April 7.

Ramadan Wonder Souk at Global Village Dubai

Closes on: April 9

Global Village Dubai offers an abundance of activities already, and during Ramadan, a Wonder Souk is situated in the centre of the park. Savour delicious cuisine selections, shopping experiences, and songs from the Arabian Orchestra within the traditional Emirati market. You can even witness a Ramadan Cannon at Global Village, which is shot at dusk. After this, you can savour iftar and/or suhoor at Global Village Dubai’s many dining options. Global Village Dubai is open from 6 p.m. until 2 a.m. during Ramadan.

Hai Ramadan at Expo City Dubai

Closes on: April 14

Expo City Dubai’s Hai Ramadan, now in its second edition, offers a variety of family-friendly activities. There will be much for both locals and tourists to enjoy in the UAE, including iftars, suhoors, an artisanal market, and additional traditional and cultural events. If you have a reservation for an iftar or suhoor, entry to Hai Ramadan is free; otherwise, it costs Dhs20 per person. Children under five enter free of charge. You can get tickets at Go here to read more.

City Walk

Closes on: April 15

At City Walk’s Ramadan Market, vendors sell everything from customised jewellery stands to clothing, home goods, and other items made by local heroes. Want to give someone a present for Eid? This is the ideal location for its pickup.

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