The Majlis of the World at Global Village.
PHOTO BY JONATHAN YBERA/EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – For the first time in years, a giant majlis has been set up at Global Village to help residents and tourists have an enjoyable Ramadan.
The Majlis of the World is part of Global Village’s Ramadan Nights program with various activities for families to discover Ramadan cultures and traditions around the world. Check that and more here:
The majlis features a reservation-only area for families to spend a relaxing evening with live performers, including an Egyptian Tanoura show, Musaharati Ramadan drummers, and Oud and Qanoun players.
Guests can bring iftar and suhoor from more than 200 restaurants and kiosks across Global Village to their table at the majlis where hot and cold beverages are also served.
Other attractions include the traditional Ramadan Cannon on the Main Stage fired each day to signal the beginning of the Maghreb prayers and start of iftar.
Global Village’s Silver Jubilee Season ends on May 2, but before that comes, there are still plenty of activities lined up for the whole family to enjoy between 6pm and 2am! MFD/Expat Media
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