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Christmas In Dubai: 3 Of The Most Festive Spots

December is upon us, which means pretty soon it’s going to be Christmas & New years! Can’t believe how fast this year went by. But anyway coming back to the post, ever since I was young Christmas was a tiny part of my life. Growing up my sister’s would keep presents for me on Christmas Eve and I was one of those kids who grew up believing that Santa was real, I do wish I was 7 again. 

So personally, I do enjoy the festivity that comes with this holiday. Without further ado, these are all the places you can check out on Christmas in Dubai.


Photo via Timeout Dubai


#WOWJBR initiative is bringing back all the festive cheer in the spirit of the National Day as well as Christmas.

They’re going to have a full fledge outdoor ice skating rink and characters from our favorite movies roaming around. Along with a a canopy of lights, where you can take all those IG stories and what not! So add this to the list for sure. 

Sesobel Christmas Market at Reform


If you wanna finish that last minute Christmas shopping then this is the best place to be at. Apart from the shopping, they have plenty of fun activities, music, food and even Santa himself.

More info here 

Madinat Jumeirah

Photo via Time out

Their oh so popular festive market is back for another year and it’s going to be as brilliant as the last one. There’s going to be live music, Santa’s going visit for 16 days of festive fun and there’s going to be plenty of food and drinks. So grab your friends and check it out.

Where: Sun-Wed 3pm-late, Fri-Sat noon-late (Tue Dec 24-Wed Dec 25 noon-late). Fri Dec 13-Sat Dec 28.

Fort Island, Madinat Jumeirah Conference Centre, Umm Sequim, Dubai. 



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