At the Dubai Festival City Mall.
PHOTO BY SUPPLIED
DUBAI – If you haven’t visited Dubai Festival City Mall and witnessed the magical festive spirit with the array of exceptional activities and experiences on offer, don’t worry, you still have some time until December 29!
Head down with your loved ones to the mall and enjoy watching the festive tree light up Festival Bay, hopping onboard the “Festive Express” steam train, feeling real snow sprinkle on your face and listening to your favourite carols and songs.
Visitors will also get the chance to meet Santa and his elves at Santa’s grotto between 6pm and 10pm every night and watch the all-new IMAGINE show titled “The Night Before…” that spreads the holiday spirit every hour after sundown.
You can also get to interact with the giant teddy bear at Festival Square that can talk, laugh and much more, as well as enjoy taking some fun shots with the massive glittery Christmas decorations at Festival Bay.
Shoppers can also enjoy strolling down the largest Festive Market in Dubai that spreads across 6,000 sqm with 16 stalls offering an array of delicious festive foods from Little Bite, Ginger Bread, Vanuato Kakaw – Chocolate, Dokkan Salla and unique products that can be gifted to loved ones.
Tree Lighting at Festival Bay
Daily at 6pm
Festive IMAGINE Show
Daily, every hour from 6pm to 11m
Live snow at Festival Bay
Daily, every 15 minutes from 6pm to 10pm
Daily, from 4pm until midnight
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