Celebrate the solidarity and camaraderie of the Holy Month of Ramadan at The Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination, with an array of cultural, traditional, and charity initiatives.
An annual tradition, The Dubai Mall will once again provide visitors with daily Iftar packs encompassing of water, dates, and a Ramadan calendar, which will be distributed at all Guest Service Desks.
Each atrium in The Dubai Mall will be adorned with traditional ornaments and will provide culturally enriching experiences that are guaranteed to bring family and friends together.
Headlining The Dubai Mall’s cultural showcase is Emirati artist Mattar Bin Lahej’s ‘Encyclopaedia,’ in the Waterfall Atrium, a sculpture created using multi-coloured stainless steel circles, each embodying information on the Holy Month.
Building on the values of generosity, The Dubai Mall has joined forces with Dubai Cares to showcase an engaging environment for little ones to strengthen their learning abilities. The dedicated area will be showcased at the Star Atrium.
The Shrine of Prophet Ibrahim (Peace Be Upon Him) exhibit, featuring the cover of the stone that was used during the creation of the Holy Kaaba and brought to The Dubai Mall visitors by Antique Khan Al Sham, will make for a fascinating insight at the Souk Atrium; while the Islamic Affairs & Charitable Department will educate visitors on the Holy Month.
Melodious Oud and Qanoon music notes by live performers echo across Fashion Avenue offering traditional entertainment and an authentic Arabian ambience. The performances are held every night from 9pm to midnight; and The Dubai Mall will also be showcasing rich Arabian Hospitality traditions by offering succulent dates, Arabic coffee, all in a relaxed ambiance in Arabian hospitality tents.