5 things to do today in Dubai

Spend time in a salt cave or attend a camel race

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on December 3:

Attend a camel race: Experience one of the nation’s oldest sporting traditions. The Camel races are a unique event for residents and visitors to enjoy. For further details, call between 8am and 5pm.
Free. 2pm and 7pm. Until December 4. Al Marmoum Camel Racetrack, Dubai-Al Ain Road, www.dcrc.ae (055 676 0006).

Feast at a biryani festival: Head to Claypot, where this month the restaurant is celebrating its annual biryani festival with a special menu of both vegetarian and meaty rice dishes.
Dhs49 per dish. Daily 7pm-midnight. Until December 27. Citymax Hotel Bur Dubai (050 100 7065).

Laugh out loud at Tuney Loons 2: The Tuney Loons are back with one of Dubai’s favourite acoustic acts, Freddie Million and Francoise Crosbie. Headlined by Indian and Pakistani stand-up artists and mediated by a British comic, the show will be supported by comedians from across the region and led by Ras Al Khaimah’s funnyman Tai Paschall.
Dhs50. 8pm. The Music Room, Majestic Hotel Tower, Bur Dubai (052 779 0077).

Head out for men’s night: Enjoy a free bottle of hops on arrival and an all-night happy hour with live sax and a singer.
Free. 8pm-11pm. Aquara Lounge, Dubai Marina Yacht Club, Dubai Marina (04 362 7900).

Spend time in a salt cave: Get 30 percent off Salt Therapy sessions at Salt Cave Spa. Turn to page 100 for details.
Dhs175 (single session), Dhs875 (package of six). Until December 31. Wafi, Oud Metha (04 370 8877).

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