5 things to do today in Dubai

Break your fast at The Palace’s Ewaan or get discounts on watersports

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on July 24:

Break your fast at The Palace’s Ewaan: A popular iftar with live oud music.
Iftar: Dhs220 per person. Sunset-9pm. Suhoor: Dhs160 per person (minimum spend). 10pm-2am. The Palace Downtown Dubai, Downtown Dubai (04 428 7806).

Get discounts on watersports: Watersports fans can enjoy 50 percent extra time on all sailing and windsurf hire, 50 percent extra time on private lessons, 20 percent off a sunset boat cruise and ten percent off all bookings for water ski and wakeboard tows.
Until July 27. Watercooled UAE, JA Jebel Ali Golf Resort, Jebel Ali, www.watercooleduae.com (04 887 6771).

Make better contacts: Meet fellow entrepreneurs and discuss how technological advances and globalisation have changed approaches to business and recruitment. Sign up online to attend.
Free. 6pm-9pm. The Cribb, Al Quoz, www.meetup.com/atthecribb (04 319 7645).

See Arabic art at the mall: Check out Emirati artist Mattar Bin Lahej’s latest sculpture in The Dubai Mall’s Waterfall Atrium.
Until the end of Ramadan. The Dubai Mall (04 362 7500).

Try the iftar at The Ivy: The four-course sharing menu with an Arabic twist includes warm harissa with chickpeas and feta, pan-fried Sultan Ibrahim with seafood machboos and sticky toffee and date pudding.
Dhs250. Sunset-midnight. The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 319 8767).

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