5 things to do today
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Monday, February 6
Step inside Daniel Craig’s Dream House: Bond star Craig plays a doting father who moves his family into a new home, only to find the last tenants had been brutally slaughtered. Oh, my...
In UAE cinemas now.
Learn how to cook Thai delicacies: Chef Supattra Boonsrang hosts cooking masterclasses at Thai Kitchen to teach you the secrets of preparing traditional Thai cuisine. Booking essential.
Dhs350-525. Noon-3pm. Park Hyatt Dubai, Deira (04 602 1234).
Stuff your face and sip a drink at Z:One: Pop in, book the package and enjoy as much food or drink as you can in two hours.
Dhs120 (selected house beverages). 2pm-midnight. Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 427 1000).
Test your brain at Aussie Legends: There are prizes to be won at this quiz, and ladies get drinks for Dhs10. There are also deals for teachers and nurses.
Free. 8pm. Rydges Plaza, Satwa (04 398 2222).
Go wild after dark: If you want to get up close to some exotic creatures, check out the new night safaris that are being held at The Dubai Mall’s underwater zoo. Strap on your headlamp and follow the jungle guides to see how rainforest animals – from carpet pythons to Chinese water dragons – live at night.
Dhs50 (included in regular entry ticket price to the aquarium). Daily 10am-midnight. Until February 29. Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, The Dubai Mall, www.thedubaiaquarium.com (04 448 5200).
Time Out Dubai,
Hit Abba musical coming to Dubai World Trade Centre stage
Swim, sleep and snack with the fishes in Dubai style
Visit Haunted Heights at Wild Wadi or see Brad Pitt in Fury