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.
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