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Weekend in Dubai

Thursday, January 29, 2015
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Weekend in Dubai

Thursday 29th January – Saturday 31st January

 

1. Thai Tchi at The Farmer’s Market

Where: Jumeirah Emirates Towers Ballroom Gardens

When: Friday 30th January 2015 – 9am to 1pm

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2. Farmers Market Dubai Garden Center

Where: Dubai Garden Center Shk Zayed Road

When: Saturday 31st January 2015 9am – 1pm

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3. Land Sailing

A bit further our of Dubai…

Where: Qasr Al Sarab Anantara

When: Every day of the week

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4. Watch the Omega Desert Classic

Some of the biggest names in golf including Rory McIlroy and Henrik Stenson play at Emirates Golf Club as part of this world-class tournament.

Where: Emirates Golf Club

When: Last day 1st of February

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5. Dubai International Kite Festival

Kite flyers from around the world will converge in Dubai to participate in the much anticipated 2nd Dubai International Kite Festival (DIKF), a 20th anniversary Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) extravaganza.FUN!

Where: Kite Beach

When: January 29 th to 31st January

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6. SinΓ©ad O’Connor live

Where: Irish Village

When: Thursday 29th January 7pm to 3am Tickets Here

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  1. KJ says:

    Dubai kite festival was full of fun , Really enjoyed being part of it πŸ™‚

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