5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Enjoy Ramadan at the Sunken Garden or try yoga under the stars

The Knowledge
Sunday, July 21

Pick up bargains at Beautybay and Lifestyle: Buy two beauty products at Lifestyle and Beautybay and you’ll get a third product free.
Until July 31. Beautybay and Lifestyle stores, various locations including Beautybay, Oasis Centre (04 515 4300).

Peer at Persian artwork: Acclaimed Iranian artist Reza Derakshani’s exhibition features textured canvases, which explore modern conceptual and philosophical ideas.
Salsali Private Museum, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1 (04 380 9600).

Yoga under the stars: Salute the Moon on the patch of sand facing the Burj Al Arab. Wellness consultant Shibashis Chakraborty leads the class.
Dhs99. 7.30pm. Talise Spa, Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6818).

Enjoy Ramadan at the Sunken Garden: The al fresco café has set up an air-conditioned Ramadan tent, which will serve a buffet iftar and an à la carte suhoor.
Iftar: Dhs225 (adults), Dhs110 (children). Sunset-9pm; suhoor: from Dhs100 (adults), Dhs50 (children). Soft beverages included. 9pm-2am. The Ritz-Carlton, DIFC (04 372 2323).

Fitness camp for kids: Get the kids active with Dubai Kids’ Camp. Combining fun and fitness, activities include mini Olympics, martial arts, ball games and team sports. Healthy snacks and drinks are supplied. Suitable for kids aged four to 12.
Until August 1. Dhs300 per child. 10am-12pm. Dubai World Trade Centre Sports World and playing fields. For bookings call Kelvin (050 946 7298) or Nigel (050 105 2100).

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