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Saturday, September 1
Enjoy fashionable tea at Raffles: The hotel’s fashion-inspired afternoon tea gets a makeover for the new season, taking its inspiration from the autumn catwalks.
Dhs199 (for two), Dhs399 (with bubbly). Daily 2pm-7pm. Ongoing. Raffles Dubai, Oud Metha (04 324 8888).
See photos of the seven emirates: Dubai-based Iranian photographer Borna Ahadi’s black-and-white photos depict local landscapes of destinations including Jebel Hafeet and Hatta.
Free. Until September 12. Arsh Art Gallery, 2204 Indigo Icon Tower, Jumeirah Lakes Towers (04 420 3471).
Play golf at The Track: Meydan’s relatively new nine-hole course offers excellent value, and it’s open from 6.30am.
From Dhs103.50. 6.30am-sunset. Ongoing. The Meydan Hotel, Nad Al Sheba (04 381 3733).
Sup affordable drinks with a view: The Observatory is offerings selected drinks from Dhs20 – a great supplement to the impressive views from the 52nd floor.
Sat-Tue 5pm-10pm; Wed-Fri 5pm-8pm. Ongoing. Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites, Dubai Marina (04 319 4000).
Saturday salsa fever: Hear salsa and Latin from DJ Udia early on, with R&B, Reggaetron and house later from DJ Diego.
Free entry; lessons Dhs40. 8.30pm-3am. Malecon, Dubai Marine Beach Resort (04 34 61111).
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Dance at an intelligent house night or enjoy a night of live comedy
Check out the JESS Night Market or kayak tour of Palm Jumeirah
Festivities 24-hours a day at La Farine or see acoustic musicians