Enjoy special treats in First Class

From 14 to 17 June you can savour Danish-made Lakrids Crispy Rose liquorice in First Class. These premium Scandinavian treats leave your taste buds wanting more – with smooth milk chocolate enhanced by a rose flavoured chewy liquorice centre.

Experience Eid in our lounges

During Eid you’ll find traditional sweets in our Dubai lounges. No one can resist a chewy date treat with Arabic coffee. And take a bite out of flaky baklava before you fly.

Celebrate Eid al-Fitr around the world

From bazaars and fireworks to aromatic foods, Eid is celebrated in many ways worldwide. Take in the annual Eid Festival in London’s Trafalgar Square. Hop on a flight to India to revel in the chaos of the markets. Or visit Singapore to try popular Eid dishes like spicy rendang, or ketupat – a dumpling packed in woven palm leaf.

Experience Eid al-Fitr in Dubai

Eid will start the week of 13 June, and celebrations will last for three days. This is a public holiday for most residents in Dubai, with a few days off work to enjoy the celebrations. While many people travel outside the country during Eid, there are loads of activities and festivals to enjoy in Dubai and across the UAE.

Travel to Dubai to see the emirate light up over Eid al-Fitr. Head to any of Dubai’s world-famous malls for indoor entertainment that leaves the family comfortably cool. Dine in at one of Dubai’s many restaurants. Or choose from special Eid activities around the city. And for an authentic cultural experience, head to the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding.

Book your Eid holiday

Book one of our popular Eid destinations, all with flight times under six hours.

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