Ripe by the Bay, Dubai Festival City, daily 4pm to 10pm until May 2022, free.

Al Seef Night Market

Beautiful heritage spot Al Seef has a Ramadan Night Market running until May 5 from sunset to midnight. There’s plenty to shop for including Ramadan lanterns, home decor, sweets and more. Art fans will love the outdoor gallery showcasing selected pieces specifically endorsed by Dubai Culture. There will be contemporary art installations, live shows and activities, too.

Al Seef, Dubai Creek, Dubai, daily until May 5 sunset to 12am,

Souk Al Marfa

Souk Al Marfa

Souk Al Marfa, the waterfront souk and marketplace at Deira Islands has a Ramadan night market from April 30 from 8pm to 2am. The night market boasts kiosks that sell a range of Ramadan-related products such as oud perfumes, Jalabiyas, dates and more. There’s roaming entertainment in the outdoor area including Egyptian folklore, Arabic dances, musical performances and a space for kids to play. Indoors, there’s face painting, arts and crafts and more.

Souk Al Marfa, Deira Island, Deira, Dubai, 8pm to 2am until April 30. Tel: (800) 6254335  @soukalmarfa


Emirati Heritage village

Dubai Festival City Mall also has an indoor market this Ramadan highlighting UAE traditions. It takes place in a townlet-style venue inspired by the culture of the UAE. Inside, the family can enjoy treats showcasing the UAE heritage such as storytelling, calligraphy workshops and more activities. It will open during mall operating hours until May 8.