The mall’s main atrium will be offering Arabian culture by the shed-load every evening throughout Ramadan between 7pm and midnight.
Visitors will be able to have their name written out in beautiful Arabic calligraphy and have traditional henna painted onto their hands.
There’s also an arts and crafts corner for young artists to get creative and the mall will be decorated with beautiful Ramadan-themed elements to mark the occasion.
And when iftar comes around there are plenty of diverse restaurants at which to break your fast or you can enjoy complimentary coffee and dates provided at the mall’s main atriums.
The mall is also offering shoppers the chance to help those less fortunate by donating clothes to the Red Crescent UAE to support the needy in Dubai.
Starting now and running into Eid, shoppers can help by donating unused and old clothing at donation points throughout the mall. All collected items will be given to the Red Crescent to be distributed to families in need.
BurJuman management said, “BurJuman is an integral part of its local community, and strongly believes in giving back to the society we are a part of. Ramadan is about embracing the gift of giving, and even the smallest donation can make a big impact.
“We look forward to working with the Red Crescent Society again this Ramadan and helping them in their charitable endeavours.”
During Eid Al Fitr, between 4pm to 11pm daily, visitors can also explore the festive activities at the mall with an artist creating masterpieces in sand bottles, storytelling and face painting.
And between Friday May 25 and Monday June 18, shoppers spending more than Dhs200 at BurJuman will enter a raffle to stand a chance to win Dhs250,000 in cash and luxury gifts as part of the Dubai Shopping Malls Group’s Eid in Dubai Spend and Win promotion.
Winners will be announced during the three day celebration of Eid Al Fitr.