This Eid al Fitr 2015, Majid Al Futtaim shopping malls, welcomes visitors and residents in the UAE to its Dubai malls for Eid Al Fitr weekend celebrations. Ahead of schedule and just in time for the festivities, Mall of the Emirates is enhancing visitors’ experience by offering additional 1,350 parking spaces on new level 4, as part of the mall’s strategic redevelopment, Evolution 2015.
Now featuring a total of 7,300 parking spaces, Mall of the Emirates’ visitors can drive up to the new parking deck with roof-top shade protection and direct shopping access to the mall. Additionally, works on level 3 and on the ground floor parking area are now complete and available to shoppers. These works along with other exciting redevelopment projects being rolled out in the next coming months, will position Mall of the Emirates as a preferred lifestyle destination in Dubai.
This Eid, the iconic Mall of the Emirates will be highlighting cultural traditions, welcoming visitors with Arabic coffee, dates, and Emirati dessert luqaimat, before showcasing Hakawati (Arabic story telling), as well as calligraphic artistry.
Those wanting to play for prizes can have a go at the ‘Dream to Earn the Deal’ competition, which gives shoppers the chance to answer 10 questions to win a gift, as well as a ‘Play and Win’ game with excellent rewards up for grabs. In addition, there will be appearances from local personalities sharing in the enjoyment of the holiday, including Kanu, Max of Arabia, Ali Aljasmi and more.
City Centre Deira will have three days of entertainment-packed fun for Eid Al Fitr, ranging from a fantastic ballet dance show with 25 Russian ballerinas performing three times daily (Friday to Sunday), to an Eid collaboration with the Shaikh Hamdan Centre to serve coffee, Arabic sweets and dates to passers-by, and Eidaya giveaways. Those wanting to revel through music can watch the traditional folkloric Emirati band Al Yolha, in the first level of the Centre Court.
Meanwhile, City Centre Mirdif will be inviting locals and families to enjoy the playing of the ivories during a 30 minute Grande Piano Show, which will take place three times daily, over the course of five days. Visitors will also be able to stop by the Eid hospitality for refreshments, as well as the handy craft workshop to keep the younger ones busy.