Dubai's famous Ramadan Market to begin from 23rd June
Dubai's famous Ramadan Market which is set up during the month of Ramadan in the city, is all set to start from the 23rd June at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
The Ramadan Night market will be providing a variety of shopping experience to the public and will begin from 23rd June and will last till the 2nd July at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
This is for the fifth consecutive time that the market is going to be established and compliment the shoppers in the city of Dubai.
The market will be from 8pm to 2am and will proved the Eid shopping people products and services stretching from different backgrounds of countries, regions, food, lucky draws and other exciting offers.
The entrance for the market will cost Dhs5 per person and the entry is to be free for the children below the age of five.
“Given the massive popularity of the Ramadan Night Market, I believe we can safely say that this is one of the most-awaited consumer events for Dubai residents,” said Samantha Cordeiro Miranda, brand manager of the Ramadan Night Market at Sumansa Exhibitions (the organisers).
“The appeal lies in the wholesome experience that the event provides for families in particular who find few entertainment avenues during Ramadan. The fair is a great combination of a shopping experience with a bazaar-like feel which offers something for everyone from all age groups,” she added.
People will be having a vast variety of shopping options which the market will be providing.
People will be witnessing a wide range of shopping products. Clothes, jewellery and accessories, health and beauty products, personal care products, perfumes, food, home appliances, electronics, toys and baby items, handicrafts and souvenirs and collectibles at the market. You name it, the Ramadan Night Market will be offering it.
There are also travel and tourism retailers as well as medical institutions there.
Another thing people can look forward to at the fair is the magical world of bubbles, where playing with bubbles will take a new meaning, as well as a henna majlis.
Unlike the past years, this year will be adding a puppet show to the shopping extravaganza and is expected to steal a lot of part of the whole show.
The puppet show will be organized by the performers of the Confetti Theatre.
The Confetti Show will educate children through puppetry and songs, teaching them important social behaviour, besides addressing health and fitness issues.
“During the hot summer months, parents need a place where they can take their kids to play, and the indoor Ramadan Night Market provides the perfect combo. It is easy for adults to keep an eye on their children since the Play Area is close to the shopping and food stalls, which works beautifully,” added Miranda.