5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Visit the new Nail Spa or dance under the stars

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

Head to an exhibition: The solo show of influential Syrian artist Khaled Takreti begins with photographic imagery, which is created by stencil.
Free. 10am-8pm. Ayyam Gallery, Gate Village 3, DIFC (04 439 2395).

Dance under the stars: Dance salsa with a live DJ playing Latin tunes at Azure Bleu at Meydan.
Free. 9pm-2am. Azure Bleu, Meydan Beach, The Walk, JBR (04 433 3777).

Bag a beach bargain: Save Dhs100 on Jumeirah Zabeel Saray one-day beach passes. Open to visitors and residents, the deal also allows guests to relax in the 59-metre infinity pool and the Jacuzzis.
Dhs250 (adults), Dhs150 (kids). 8.30am-sunset. Until February 12. Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah (04 453 0000).

Visit the new Nail Spa: This branch has just reopened after a full makeover. The spa is now spread over 1,736 sq ft, making it the largest branch to date. New additions include eight manicure and ten pedicure stations.
Ibn Battuta Mall, The Gardens (600 544 001).

Free play at Mini Monsters: It’s back! Take your kids down to this large soft play centre and let them play all morning. It has the largest slide in the UAE, plus a great café for mums and dads.
Free play Tuesdays 9am-2pm. Sheikh Zayed Road, www.minimonsters.ae (04 341 4459).

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