5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Do yoga for a good cause or immerse yourself in Arabian ambience at Reem Al Bawadi

The Knowledge
Thursday, August 2

Do yoga for a good cause: Attend an ashtanga yoga class, raising awareness for Adopt-a-Camp. All proceeds from the class fee will be given directly to the cause.
Dhs50. 10am-11.30am. Yoga Room, Swiss Tower, Cluster Y, JLT, www.yogaroom.ae (050 518 9966).

Sell your unwanted belongings at Dubai Flea Market: Book a table to sell off your old knick-knacks at this hugley popular second-hand market, which is held indoors during summer. There’s also the chance to pick up great bargains among the many pre-loved items on sale.
Entry free, tables from Dhs250. 8pm-midnight. Dubai World Trade Centre (055 452 6030).

Pick up unique handicrafts at ARTE Market: Dubai Festival City Mall is hosting this monthly market featuring the hand-made wares of more than 1,800 eclectic artisans from 30 countries.
Free entry. 5pm-11pm. ARTE Market, Dubai Festival City Mall, IKEA mezzanine floor (04 341 8020).

Immerse yourself in Arabian ambience at Reem Al Bawadi: The Lebanese restaurant has four branches across Dubai, each of which are hosting a traditional iftar buffet this Ramadan. Go along to try Ramadan drinks, soups and a variety of main courses such as lamb, chicken, fish and more. Be sure to save room for the excellent desserts.
Dhs130 per person. Sunset-8.30pm. Marina Walk, Dubai Marina (04 452 2525). Other locations: Downtown Dubai (04 443 9690), Jumeirah Beach Road (04 394 7444, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 330 6663).

FREE Zumba classes: Get the little monsters moving with free Zumba classes at Tribefit. While the kids enjoy the fun-filled class, parents can take part in a group class or enjoy the great gym facilities.
Free for members. Non-members can sign up for a free trial to avail of offer. Running until September 30th. Suitable for kids aged three to eight. Every Sunday at 9am, Tuesday at 10am and Thursday at 9am.
www.tribefit.com (800 TRIBE).

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