Journey of The Day
3/19/11*Dubai Events and Festivals:
World Cup - horse race in Dubai Competitors from around the world race for a chance to win the first prize of a staggering US$6 million
Bride Show - the entire month of April is set aside for Dubai's extravagant bridal exposition.
Arabian Travel Market - held early in May, this trade show has carved out an important niche in the Middle Eastern trade market. Citizens of nearly 100 nations attend
Summer Surprises - the city's ever-popular summer festival lasts for some ten weeks and includes outdoor concerts, themed expositions and impressive discounts at citywide shopping centres
late in July, Muslims across the city celebrate the ascension of Muhammad the Prophet
Ramadan & Eid ul-Fitr: the Islamic month of Ramadan is a time of somber fasting for Muslims, who abstain from pleasure and indulgence from sunrise to sundown. Participants do not eat during daylight hours
International Middle East Textile Exposition - this show features a range of textile-related expositions staged in hundreds of displays throughout the International Exposition Centre
Eid al-Adha: when the month of Ramadan comes to a close, locals across the city celebrate with feasting and family gatherings
Rugby Sevens - as the international rugby season kicks off the city hosts the games each November. The event lasts three days and features a host of peripheral entertainment
National Day - December 2nd, the city celebrates its independence from Great Britain. Patriotic events are hosted at the city's prominent monuments
Dubai Fountain_in sketch pics..Enjoy!