5 things to do today in Dubai

Chef Atul Kochhar in Dubai or enjoy live music on the sand

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on October 25:

Chef Atul Kochhar in Dubai: The name behind Rang Mahal is in Dubai for a limited time.
Prices vary. Daily 6pm-11.30pm. Until October 29. JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 414 3000).

Get fit with trampoline cardio: Give your fitness a boost with this bouncy workout. Using individual mini trampolines, this class will improve your balance and aid weight loss. Book in advance to attend.
Dhs80 per session. 10.30am. Ongoing. Optimal Fitness, Dubai Studio City, www.optimalfitness.ae (04 457 2048).

Marina environment family fun day: Find out about the local marine life at this environmental festival. There will be seminars, life-sized models of dolphins, and a treasure hunt for the kids.
Free. 2pm-6pm. Dubai Marina Yacht Club, Dubai Marina, www.dubaimarinayachtclub.com (04 362 7900).

Enjoy live music on the sand: Indulge in a fuss-free yet fabulous picnic package and find your space on the sand, terrace or in the garden while listening to soulful live music acts from 8pm.
Free entry before 6pm, Dhs150 after. Picnic packages from Dhs733. Noon-3am. Zero Gravity, Dubai Marina (04 399 0009).

Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary: The flamingos are the main event, but there are 270 other species of bird at this nature reserve too. Stand at the Flamingo Roost to watch the bright pink birds against a spectacular cityscape.
Sat-Thu 9am-4pm. Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, off junction of Al Wasl and Oud Metha Roads, www.wildlife.ae (04 606 6822).

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