Ramadan, the time of the year when celebrations run well into the night. Dubai celebrates with bustling street markets, colourful lights, music and traditional festivities. The annual Ramadan Night Market never fails to be impressive.
The 10 nights long festival which was held at the World Trade Centre in Dubai, had stalls that featured traditional and contemporary clothing, jewellery, health & beauty products, personal care, perfumes, food, home appliances, electronics, toys & baby items, handicrafts, souvenirs & collectables, travel & tourism, handwriting analysis, medical and many more to choose from.
While the parents shopped, a variety of activities kept children entertained. Ramadan Night Market had its very own “Kids Play area” which hosted activities like face painting,sand art, bouncy castles, nail art, mini basketball court, wall climbing,kiddie train, merry go round, Play Station, sand art, bouncy castles,clowns, balloon twisting, arts & crafts area,soft play area and other fun activities.The festival had an array of different food ranging from carnival to traditional snacks. This year’s festival also included a variety of street performances as well as entertaining acts such as stilt-walking, living statues etc.
Sunil Jaiswal, President of Sumansa Exhibitions, organisers of Ramadan Night Market said, “It’s been an exciting journey since we launched our first edition in 2012. This was our 4th Ramadan Night Market and we are extremely proud to have witnessed tremendous growth whereas the market has become hugely popular amongst the residents. It is an interesting marketplace with matchless family bonding opportunities providing visitors great ambience, unique shopping experience, enormous deals and offers from participating retailers coupled with fun, food, excitement and surprises”.
With a grand Arabic themed Majlis and an exclusive henna painting section for ladies, scrumptious food, variety of shopping choices and a number of activities to choose from, this year’s Ramadan Night Market was a one of the most fun filled and exiting places to be for the whole family.
Sources: www.ramadannightmarket.com, www.khaleejtimes.com
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