It’s been a long time coming, but the Eid break has finally arrived. From government employees to private sector employees, everyone is getting a long vacation in UAE on Eid. Ranging from 5 to 9 days, people have got enough time to celebrate the festival pompously with family. Here, we have picked 5 places to visit with family in Dubai on this Eid vacation.
Museum of the Moon at OliOli:
The Museum of the Moon is returning to OliOli this Eid due to popular demand. A giant 5-metre facsimile of the moon is included in this immersive and fascinating event. Artist Luke Jerram’s work has been exhibited all around the world, and it will be on display at OliOli from April 29 to May 8. Pass for a family of four (2 adults, 2 children) will cost Dh299. From Friday, April 29 through Sunday, May 8, the Museum of the Moon will be open.
Hatta Wadi hub:
Another great choice to spend the vacation with family is to visit Hatta early to take enjoy the milder weather. Hatta Wadi Hub and Hatta Resorts will be open till Sunday, May 15. The most popular activities at the site, such as archery, zip-lining, trampolining, and horseback riding, have discounted costs. The majority of Hatta Wadi Hub’s activities will be open from 8 a.m. to noon and will close in the late afternoon. Other fun activities will be available throughout the day, including four-wheel off-road electric scooters, paragliding, and mountain biking.
Dubai miracle garden:
How about immersing in scenic beauty? Get yourself to Dubai Miracle Garden before the season ends on May 15 for a blooming great day out with friends or the kids. You will be astounded by the world’s largest natural floral garden. Make sure your phone has enough storage capacity because you’ll be taking pictures all day. Discover anything from a life-size Emirates A380 that broke the Guinness World Record to a towering dedicated-to-Disney flower, a lovely Heart’s Passage that begs to be Instagrammed, and much more.
Dubai food festival:
If you are a big foodie, the Dubai Food Festival, an annual gourmet event, is back for another year. The gastronomic festival is sure to pique the interest of Dubai’s foodies. Dubai Restaurant Week provides set-price meals and interactive foodie experiences. Visitors will come across homegrown concepts, local hangouts, and budget-friendly hidden gems. Prepare to embark on a delectable adventure featuring cuisine from over 200 different countries.
A luxury staycation:
If you don’t want to rush outside and want to give yourself a relaxed time with family, Staycation, perhaps, be the best option for you. Staycation offers for Eid don’t last long, so if you’ve been thinking about getting out of the apartment or seeing a new part of town, here is your chance. There are plenty of excellent offers going on in the city, whether you’re looking for a party vibe or a family trip. You can choose from a variety of properties in the city.