5 things to do today

Drink on the cheap with great views or watch a soppy film by the pool

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Sunday, May 27

Catch cricket fever: Your last chance to enjoy the Indian Premier League at iZ. There’s also a three-for-two promotion on selected beverages and a special snack menu.
Prices vary. 12.30pm-3pm, 7pm-11.30pm. Grand Hyatt Dubai (04 317 2222).

Drink on the cheap and enjoy great views: The Observatory’s 52nd-floor views are fit for a king – but a generous happy hour means that many drinks are just Dhs20 between 5pm and 10pm.
Free entry. 5pm-10pm. Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel, Dubai Marina (04 319 4000).

Tuck into a Sunday roast at The Wharf: Featuring Aberdeen Angus roast beef, spit-roast chicken and rosemary lamb leg – all served with Yorkshire puddings.
Dhs120. 7pm-10.30pm. Ongoing. Mina A’Salam, Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6152).

Enjoy a soppy film by the pool: Watching PS I Love You from the pool means no one will see you blubbing.
Dhs99 (with snack and drinks). 8.30pm. Cabana, The Address Dubai Mall (04 438 8999).

Arabian Wildlife Centre: Situated just off Al Dhaid Road, the Arabian Wildlife Centre is a fantastic indoor facility located in the middle of the animal enclosures. Observation windows mean you can get up close to the big cats, oryx, gazelles, ostriches and more. Once you’ve looked at the animals, pop along to the petting farm next door to make friends with camels, ponies, cows, sheep and donkeys.
Dhs15 per person; free for kids under 12. Open Sun-Thu 9am-5.30pm (closed Tue), Fri 2pm-5.30pm, Sat 11am-5.30pm. Ongoing. www.breedingcentresharjah.com (06 531 1999).

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