5 things to do today
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Breast cancer awareness at Mandara Spa: In support of breast cancer awareness month, this spa is offering a Dhs150 voucher with every purchase of a limited-edition Elemis Think Pink beauty kit. Plus book a signature Mandara massage and receive a facial worth Dhs420.
Think Pink beauty kit Dhs250, massage prices vary. Until October 31. Mandara Spa, The Monarch Dubai (04 501 8888).
See an uplifting charity photo show: This photo show, in conjunction with Save the Children, offers a glimpse of the issues facing kids worldwide, and shows how low-cost solutions can help to bring hope to millions of children and their families.
Free. 9am-8pm. Until October 15. The Atrium, DIFC (050 916 6295).
Curry and hops at Spectrum on One: We still love this promotion. Guests can feast on unlimited servings of Indian curry and India’s top-selling hop-based beverage.
Dhs150. Mon 7pm-8.30pm. Ongoing. The Fairmont Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 311 8316).
Be bold and try a cosplay night: Don your best fancy dress and head to Harry Ghatto’s. There’s a prize for best dressed: four bottles of hops, a bottle of grape or five shots. Also on Tuesdays.
Dhs150. 10pm-midnight. Ongoing. Harry Ghatto’s, Jumeirah Emirates Towers (04 319 8088).
Sail in a glass-bottomed boat: Dubai Aquarium at The Dubai Mall is running trips in its glass-bottomed boat so you can get even closer to the many exciting creatures that live in the world’s largest aquarium. The 15-minute tours run every half an hour, and seats on the boat can be booked at the main desk. Perfect for budding marine biologists, but sticking your hands over the sides isn’t advised…
Dhs25 per person, plus an optional Dhs5 for a pack of fish food. Open Sun-Wed 10am-10pm; Thu-Sat 10am-midnight. Dubai Aquarium, The Dubai Mall, www.thedubaiaquarium.com (04 232 8866).
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