Things to do on July 7:
Donate at MAF malls: Donate cash, clothes, books, food and mobile phones at Majid Al Futtaim malls, to be distributed to those in need around the region by the Red Crescent Society.
Until the end of Eid. Mall of the Emirates, Deira City Centre and Mirdif City Centre, www.majifalfuttaim.com.
Swim at night: During Ramadan, the Olympic-sized pools at the Hamdan Sports Complex are open for adult swimmers until midnight. Those entering the pools must be over 18 years old.
Dhs25. Sat-Thu 7am-midnight. Hamdan Sports Complex, Emirates Road (04 306 2666).
Pamper at Spa Cordon: Book a limited-edition Ramadan package at the ladies-only day spa. It features an Epicuren facial with hand and feet polish change and more.
Dhs1,375. Until July 18. Sky Gardens, DIFC (04 421 3424).
Eat a royal Thai buffet: Blue Elephant Restaurant’s royal Thai buffet features live cooking stations.
Dhs209 (soft drinks). Tue 6.30pm-11.30pm. Ongoing. Al Bustan Rotana Dubai, Garhoud (04 282 0000).
Traditional Iftar at Fazaris: Fazaris, an all-day dining restaurant offering a blend of Japanese, Asian, Indian, Arabian, and Mediterranean cuisine, brings a magical combination of splendid food, unique décor, and timeless ambience, this Holy Month of Ramadan. Break your fast with dates, followed by Arabic and Turkish coffee, and dine to the soothing tunes of our live Arabic duo band playing traditional tunes.
Iftar - Dhs210, Special Group Rate Dhs165 (minimum of 25). Residential Rate Dhs170. Suhoor – A la carte. The Address, Downtown Dubai, www.ramadanexperiences.com (04 888 3444).