5 things to do today in Dubai

Play a round of golf for just Dhs100 or sample your way around Peru

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Wednesday, June 5

Play a round of golf for just Dhs100: The Track is offering nine holes on weekdays at an unbeatable rate.
Dhs100. Sun-Thu 6.30am-4pm. Until June 30. The Track, Meydan Golf, Nad Al Sheba (04 381 3733).

Check out the artful clutches at Pro Art Gallery: NYC-based artist Antoinette Wysocki and Hong Kong designer Piecco Pang unveil their art and a range of ready-to-wear evening clutches featuring abstract painting created by Wysocki.
Until June 20. ProArt Gallery, F21, Palm Strip Mall, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 345 0900).

Cruise around the Palm Jumeirah: Charter your own boat and spend a lazy afternoon or evening cruising around Dubai Marina and the Palm Jumeirah. Stop by the Burj Al Arab for a refreshing dip in the sea.
From Dhs2,200 for two hours. Ongoing. Dubai Marina Yacht Club (04 362 7900).

See a charity exhibition: It’s your last chance to view the exhibition organised by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), which features works of art created by school children. Around 2,000 eight year olds were tasked with interpreting humanitarian work, producing 60 pieces.
Free. Until June 5. Central Galleria, Mall of the Emirates (052 911 0661).

Sample your way around Peru: Toro Toro launches a the ‘Peru Mucho Gusto’ festival with a menu of Peruvian classics, such as duck rice and crispy chicken, devised by chef Jaime Pesaque.
From Dhs200 for a main course. Wed-Thu 8pm-2am. Grosvenor House Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 317 6000).

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