Hope you’re having a WONDERFUL Eid Al Adha Holiday!!
& Elf Mabrook for everyone who has performed Haj this year!
May Allah except your prayers and blessings!
Fun things to do for Eid in the UAE:
1) Afternoon Tea @ The Lobby Lounge at the Ritz Carlton:
I’m not a big fan of scones but theirs are 2-DIE-4❣
Call to book: 971 4 399 4000 (JBR) 971 4 372 2222 (DIFC)
2) Hammam Ritual (like a Moroccan Bath) @ The Spa at The Palace, The Old Town:
I recently tried a Hammam Ritual at The Spa in The Palace and it had to be one of my favorite spas in Dubai! It was my first time and I fell in ❤LOVE❤ Their facilities are so relaxing and the scrub was the best I’ve ever had (I’m obsessed with Moroccan Baths)! Check it out!
Call to book: 971 4 428 7805
I haven’t watched the show myself yet but I’ve heard it amazing and as someone who used to live in Sharjah it’s nice to see more activities being arranged there!
Call to book: 917 6 556 0777
4) Brazillian Churrascaria for Dinner @ Chamas Abu Dhabi:
I LOVEEE Chamas! It’s a great place if you’re on a protein diet ;p or if you just like your share of meat! The chef will keep sending you different meats and dishes to try so make sure you’re hungry! I also love the grilled pineapple they bring you between meals, they say it’s to help digest and change the taste in your mouth but either way it’s Delicious!!! (Located in The Intercontinental Abu Dhabi)
Call to book: 971 2 666 6888
You can also try out Toro Toro in Grosvenor House in Dubai:
I just tried out Toro Toro for the fist time last week and I’m def going back soon! The food is great and I love the atmosphere! It’s also a Brazilian/Pan Latin Cuisine! LOVE it! ♡
Call to book: 971 4 399 8888
Personally I’m staying in with my family tonight! I’m trying to avoid all the Holiday-Madness in Dubai! It took me 20 minutes to leave the mall parking the other night! :p
For those of you who are Non-Muslim and don’t know about Eid Al Adha, it is also known as the “Festival of Sacrifice” or “Greater Eid” and it is a celebration that honors the readiness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his own son Ishmael as a command from God before God rewarded him by exchanging Ishmael with a sheep in his place. It takes place once Haj has been performed in Mecca. It is estimated that there will be approximately 3 million Muslims going for Haj this year– AlhamduAllah