5 things to do today

De-stress at Jasmine Spa or win a car

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Sunday 15

De-stress at Jasmine Spa: Weary after a marathon retail session or a tough week at work? Then try this 70-minute treatment, which includes a foot ritual, energising foot reflexology and a deep anti-stress back and shoulder massage.
Dhs300. Ongoing. Jasmine Spa, Grand Millennium, TECOM (04 429 9999).

Shop at BurJuman and win a car: Customers who spend more than Dhs200 at BurJuman during DSF will be entered into a draw to win Dhs25,000 in shopping vouchers every week for three weeks. There’s also a chance to win a BMW X5 2012. Fancy.
Raffles will be drawn on January 19 and 26 and February 6. BurJuman, Bur Dubai (04 352 0222).

Eye-spy a classy spy thriller: The cinema adaptation of John Le Carré’s Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy – starring Colin Firth and Gary Oldman – has had critics raving across the globe. Check out its
UAE release this week.

Double date at Levantine: Every Sunday, four people can eat for the price of three at this Atlantis stalwart – great news for friendly couples who happen to like high-end Levantine fare.
Prices vary. 7pm-1am. Until March 31. Atlantis The Palm (04 426 2626).

See Beauty and the Beast in 3D: The kids will never say no to a Disney movie, no matter how many times they’ve watched it. And with 3D the big trend for the coming year, that’s all the more reason to watch this remake of the timeless classic. Watch an enchanted candelabra, teapot and mantle clock dance while the beautiful Belle and the mighty Beast fall in love all over again.

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