5 things to do today in Dubai

Play pick-up frisbee or sip rose-tinted tea

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Sunday, October 13

Sip rose-tinted tea: The Burj Al Arab introduces pink treats at both Sahn Eddar and Skyview Bar, such as rose cream macaroons.
Sahn Eddar: Dhs420 per person (glass of bubbly). Skyview Bar: Dhs460 per person (glass of bubbly). Daily 1pm-5pm. Until October 31. Burj Al Arab (04 301 7600).

Feast on Indian fare: Fancy a thali? Go upmarket and head to Chor Bazaar instead of your usual Old Dubai haunt.
Dhs159 (soft drinks). Dhs229 (house beverages). Daily 7pm-midnight. Ongoing. Mövenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate, The Gardens (04 444 5613).

Enjoy a happy hour: The Belgian Beer Café is offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal on selected drinks.
5pm-7pm. Crowne Plaza Dubai, Festival City (04 701 2222).

Play pick-up frisbee: Join in Duplays’ pay per play pick-up ultimate frisbee sessions, every Sunday evening for the next two months.
Dhs40. 7.30pm-9.30pm. Until December 8. Dubai Softball Fields, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 447 2394).

Act like grown-ups at Kidzania: Allow the kids try out different jobs such as doctor, lawyer, photo editor, and more, at this dedicated kids’ city with almost every profession you can think of under one roof.
Free (children under two), Dhs95 (two-three), Dhs140 (four-16). Open Sun-Wed 9am-9pm, Thurs 9am-11pm, Fri-Sat 10am-11pm. The Dubai Mall. www.kidzania.ae (04 448 5222).

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