Five fun Ramadan activities for the whole family

Emaar Entertainment is marking Ramadan with a diverse range of activities and offers across its different attractions, sure to make the month a memorable one for families. Visitors can enjoy unlimited access to theme parks, combo deals, thrilling rides, late night entertainment as well as Iftar specials.

Kids under the age of five years will receive free access to a number of Emaar attractions during the Holy Month, including Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, Reel Cinemas – The Dubai Mall and Dubai Marina Mall. This offer is available from Sunday to Thursday before 1pm, and kids under 5 go free if accompanied by a paying adult.

Stay cool during the summer season with Dubai Ice Rink’s special Ramadan offer. Skating enthusiasts can enjoy the experience with tickets priced at just AED 49 instead of AED 95. Ticket prices for guests under 100 cm of height are reduced even further to AED 40. Available from Sunday to Thursday 12pm to 5pm, and after midnight, and weekends (after midnight only).

Make the most of Ramadan mornings and enjoy quality time over the weekend with friends and family at Reel Cinemas. The Ramadan package for AED 120 includes tickets for four people for either Standard or Dolby Cinema experiences for screenings before 1pm, and can be availed at The Dubai Mall, Dubai Marina Mall, The Springs Souk and The Pointe

For an educational yet entertaining afternoon, little ones can access the activity-packed KidZania Dubai for AED 99 only instead of AED 185. Valid weekdays from 4pm onwards, kids can enjoy an array activities at this indoor city – ideal for the warmer months.

Finally, enjoy two hours for the price of one at Dig It, The Springs Souk this Ramadan. At the same ticket price of AED 75, kids can enjoy an extra hour of fun at the incredible kids play environment based on a real-life construction site. Valid all days until May 31.

Details: For more information, visit the Emaar Entertainment website.

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