See the Artspace Summer Show: Regional artists including Yousef Ahmed, Mohamed Abu El Naga and Joe Kesrouani feature in this exhibition, which touches on the sacred and the surreal. Until July 31. ArtSpace, Gate Village 3, DIFC (04 323 0820).
Head to Spike for greenery and games: Spike Bar is open all day and showing the 2012 London Olympics – it will also feature a menu with special dishes. After sunset, there will be beverage deals for the Games. 6am-midnight. Emirates Golf Club, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 417 9999).
Try Prego’s discreet Ramadan lunch deal: Dishing up Italian cuisine. Dhs99 (two courses). Sun-Thu noon-3.30pm. Media Rotana Hotel, Al Barsha TECOM (04 435 0201).
Try gong bath mediation: Relax, de-stress and hopefully improve your sleeping. Dhs60. 7pm-8.30pm. The Third Eye, Saeed Tower II, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.thirdeyeonline.com (055 809 8595).
Try a family-friendly iftar: Get into the spirit of the Holy Month and head to the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding for an Emirati iftar. The evening begins just before sunset, with a prayer to break the fast followed by dates and drinks. Then iftar starts in earnest, with plenty of local flavours – the evening is focused on explaining the principles behind Ramadan. You’ll need to book in advance. Dhs135 (adults), free for kids under 12. Daily 6.30-10pm. Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, Bastakiya, www.cultures.ae (04 353 6666).