We all generally believe summer time is a time to relax and explore the unknown.
Many people who head on vacation time their trip to coincide with various events, conventions and festivities.
The same is true of those who visit Dubai with their families; there are ranges of events and lots of summer family fun activities to do in Dubai and across the country.
As a parent or an individual, you need to take full advantage of the bright sunny days and warm summer nights by planning new adventures you can enjoy during the week and weekends.
Here is a few summer in Dubai family fun things you should check out:
Dubai Sports World (June 21st-August 21st)
If your family is passionate about sports, then the Dubai Sports World is the place for you. Whether you are a professional athlete or a weekend warrior, the Dubai World Trade Centre’s 28,000 square meters facility provides a home for you to stay connected with your favourite sports.
Rent a court or a pitch and play with friends or colleagues in a friendly match or you can join the academy to brush up on your skills level.
All guests have a wide variety of sports to choose, ranging from badminton to football.
Ramadan DSC Cup (July 1st-16th)
The Ramadan Dubai Sports City Cup has become one of the biggest events in the region, as the atmosphere inside the stadium is great for all participants.
The Cup competition is a football tournament featuring local players during the Holy month of Ramadan.
As the tournament grows, organizers are gaining interest from the top teams in the region wanting to secure an invitation to participate in battling for the cup, and fans can look forward to witnessing exciting matches this year and in the distant future. Admission to the venue at the Dubai Sports City is free
Middle East Nine-Ball Open Championship (July 7th-13th)
Some of the best nine-ball billiards players will be participating in this year’s edition of the Middle East Nine-Ball Open Championship.
Tournament organizers have been pleased with the manner the competition has grown, as the response from fans and participants has been positive.
The hope is the Middle East Nine-Ball Open Championship can grow to even bigger heights and become one of the most anticipated events in the region for a long time.
Modhesh World (July 9th-August 29th)
Modhesh World is one of Dubai’s largest indoor entertainment centres, which often inspires young minds to become more curious and creative in their daily activities.
Families can begin their own adventure by exploring the endless amount of displays and attractions housed inside the eight halls, as Modhesh World occupies the entire Dubai World Trade Centre.
The wide variety of ride attractions will challenge some of Dubai’s more popular theme parks; finally, families have a place where they can have fun together, whether it is on the rides, battling one another in the interactive games room or racing on the largest go-kart track in the world.
Eid in Dubai (July 18th-22nd)
Eid in Dubai celebrates the Islamic festival by bringing diverse cultures together and having the people celebrate as one. Foreigners can gain insight into Arabic customs, cuisine and culture through observing this family-oriented social event.
Dubai Summer Surprises (July 23-September 5th)
The Dubai Summer Surprises was created in 1998 to showcase the city as an international summer destination for families and individuals. To help gain the target audience, each participating mall has created events for children of all ages and store sales geared specifically with the parents in mind. Over 6000 stores will partake in this event, as lots of fun is expected for all.
These are just a few of the various events and conventions that are set to take place in Dubai over the summer months, and they tend to attract a lot of visitors from around the world, making them family fun and exciting events you should check out and attend.
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