5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Don’t miss Street Nights or check out the last Piknic Electronik

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on May 9:

Don’t miss Street Nights: Local artists will offer live painting, air-brush performances and live music at the outdoor street festival.
Free. 5pm-10pm. Bahar, The Walk, JBR, www.streetnights.ae.

Gents, treat yourselves at Yhi Spa: Guys can enjoy being treated like Sultans for the day with the new ‘Sultan of Yhi’ package at Yhi Spa, Meliã Dubai. It includes a Moroccan or Turkish bath ritual, where you’ll be pampered with precious argan oil, followed by an indulgent full-body aromatherapy massage.
Dhs630. Ongoing. Meliã Dubai, Kuwait Street, Port Rashid, Bur Dubai (04 386 8111).

Enjoy a Saturday roast: This event at Porterhouse offers a traditional roast dinner with a live cooking station and live band playing on the terrace 5pm-7pm.
Dhs180 (one glass of grape). Sat 5pm-8pm. Ongoing. Sofitel Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa, Palm Jumeirah (04 448 4733).

Check out the last Piknic Electronik: The season closing party will see the festival out with DJs Fairmont, Patrice Baumel, Miss P.M., JC Pinto and Aly B. Adults can enjoy the water-based activities, so bring swimwear.
Dhs150 (ages 12 and over), free for kids under 12. 3pm-11pm. Dubai Sports City. www.piknicelectronik.ae.

Emirates Park Resort: The resort in Abu Dhabi is attached to Emirates Park Zoo, which is widely regarded as one of the best small zoos in the Middle East, and packages include free entry.
Dhs900 per night (family chalet with zoo view for two adults and two children), Dhs700 per night (standard chalet without zoo view for two adults and two kids). Ongoing. Emirates Park Resort, Al Bahia, Abu Dhabi, www.emiratesparkresort.com (02 506 9000).

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