5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Visit a wellness retreat or break your fast with 1,000 guests

The Knowledge
Sunday, July 14

Break your fast with 1,000 guests: Madinat Arena has seating for up to 1,000 diners along with the opportunity to book one of the venue’s 16 private majilis, where you and 15 of your guests can break your fast.
Iftar: Dhs195 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6730).

Visit a wellness retreat: The four-week programme includes colonic hydrotherapy, human regenerator sessions, eight yoga sessions, three detox treatments and use of the spa.
Dhs2,990. Until September 15. Talise Spa, Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6810).

Marvel at Flemish art: An exhibition of different media that recreates classic Flemish renaissance floral paintings.
The Third Line, Street 6, Al Quoz 3 (04 341 1367).

Check out Zara Home: The new range includes some metallic crocodile print-skull candles, metal stools, old-school crystal ice-cream bowls and more.
Dhs25 to Dhs1,150. Zara Home, various locations including The Dubai Mall (04 339 9105).

Neon mini-golf at Play-A-Round: Kids of all ages can enjoy this super fun activity at Play-A-Round, even very big kids. Dhs45 for adults and kids (aged 4 and upwards), for one hour of golf plus one choice of craft activity.
Open Sat-Fri 10am-7pm, Fri 11am – 7pm. Play-A-Round at Some Nice Place, The Jewels, Dubai Marina. www.playaround.ae (04 457 0455).

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