5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Try Arabic calligraphy or dine at Asateer

The Knowledge
Tuesday, July 23

Rent books without leaving home: Online book rental club Reader’s Paradise offers thousands of titles and books are picked up and dropped off.
From Dhs35 per month for two books at a time. www.readersparadise-me.com (04 422 7495).

Play golf for Dhs100: The Track’s June golf deal was so popular, it has been extended. Play nine holes between 6.30am and 4pm, Sunday to Thursday, at a heavily discounted rate.
Dhs100 per person. Ongoing. Meydan Golf, Nad Al Sheba (04 381 3733).

Dine at Asateer: Atlantis’ Ramadan tent serves up great views, traditional games and an iftar buffet of Middle Eastern cooking.
Dhs185 per person. Sunset-8.30pm; suhoor: à la carte menu with minimum spend Dhs120. 9.30pm-2.30am. Atlantis (04 426 2626).

Try Arabic calligraphy: The Media One Hotel will be exhibiting colourful Arab-inspired abstract calligraphy by Syrian artist Helen Abbas.
Ongoing. Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 427 1000).

Half price play at Magic Planet: Every Tuesday, kids get an incredible 50 per cent off all rides and games at Magic Planet branches in Mirdif City Centre, Mall of the Emirates and Deira City Centre.
www.theplaymania.com (04 341 4444).

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