Try Indoor karting: Beat the heat (and your opponents) at the warehouse-style Kartdome, which houses a 500m track where up to 20 drivers can race. Dhs100 for 15 minutes, Dhs10 registration for first-timers (suits, gloves and helmets provided). Open daily, times vary, see website. Kartdrome, Motor City, www.dubaiautodrome.com.Understand Ramadan better: The course is geared to expatriates and aims to answer questions and address hesitations commonly associated with all that is involved with the Holy Month – from fasting to prayer. Free. 10am-2pm. Dubai Knowledge Village Atrium, www.eton.ac (04 375 3285).Adopt a cute kitten: Give an abandoned cat a loving home at this adoption day, a Feline Friends initiative. Be sure to remember, however, that a cat’s for life, not just for Ramadan. Free. 1pm-4pm. The Veterinary Hospital, Al Quoz (04 338 7726). www.felinefriendsdubai.com.
Dubai Golf Summer Series: Challenge yourself on the championship courses at Emirates Golf Club and Dubai Creek this summer. Tonight is the second of four fixtures and is open to all with a valid handicap. Members Dhs175, visitors Dhs375, 6pm start, Faldo course, Emirates Golf Club, Dubai, firstname.lastname@example.org (04 380 2222).
One last lunch at Ritz-Carlton JBR: Gobble up Italian at Ritz-Carlton, which serves a buffet of antipasti, pasta and traditional desserts. Pool and beach access is also available. Dhs275 (food only, including pool and beach access); Dhs175 (food only); Dhs140 (kids aged five to 12, including pool access); Dhs90 (kids, food only). 12.30pm-3.30pm. Splendido, The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, JBR (04 399 4000).