Ramadan Cool places

Where to visit this Holy Month.

Ramadan is a time when regions transform to offer a unique blend of cultural experiences and delectable treats. Whether you’re seeking a high-fashion soirée or a family-friendly night market, there is something for everyone. Here’s a KHAMSA guide to some of the coolest places to visit this Ramadan:

 ١. Miu Miu Kulture House

Dubai has a hidden gem waiting to be discovered: a collaboration between the iconic Miu Miu and the vibrant Kulture House. This isn’t just any space; it’s the brainchild of passionate travellers who celebrate global traditions under one roof.

This Ramadan, Miu Miu adds a touch of magic, turning Kulture House into an intimate, almost secret haven for those who appreciate art and style. It offers an all-day dining experience, perfect for both iftar and Suhoor. Forget fancy menus – here, Emirati Chef Nawal Al Nuaimi whips up delicious dishes that capture the heart of the region, as live performances play on.

For more information, visit here.

٢. Maison Valentino at SOMEWHERE

Enjoy a delightful Suhoor at the trendy SOMEWHERE restaurant, transformed by the iconic Maison Valentino. Nestled in Dubai’s Galleria Mall, SOMEWHERE is known for its vibrant mix of cultures. Here, globally inspired dishes are infused with Middle Eastern flavours, creating a true melting pot on your plate.

This Ramadan, they’ve taken things up a notch with an exclusive menu inspired by the spirit of the month. Maison Valentino takes centre stage, transforming the venue into an immersive and unforgettable dining experience. SOMEWHERE also offers a variety of activities to embrace the spirit of Ramadan. Challenge your loved ones to a bespoke board game, lose yourselves in the enchanting melodies of traditional Kanoun and Oud players, or unleash your inner artist with live calligraphy and fashion illustration experiences.

٣. Arte Museum

This Ramadan, Arte Museum takes people on a captivating journey for the senses. They are elevating the tea ritual to an art form. Indulge in refreshing iced beverages – a cool almond latte, a creamy vanilla latte, or a unique iced date concoction created especially for the holy month. Each sip is a symphony of flavours, a cool refreshment to soothe your soul.

While you gaze down at your drink, you can catch mesmerizing projections of the crescent moon dance across the surface. This allows for moments of quiet beauty, perfect for reflection and connection with the spirit of Ramadan.

To make a reservation at the Ramadan Tea Bar at the Arte Museum, click here.

٤. The Secret Garden at 25 Hours Hotel Dubai: In Collaboration with Montblanc

The Secret Garden at 25 Hours Hotel Dubai is serving up an iftar experience with a view that will leave you speechless. Few things seem as incredible as breaking your fast under a sky-lit terrace, surrounded by the glittering Dubai skyline and the awe-inspiring Museum of the Future stealing the show. Ninive restaurant, in collaboration with Montblanc, has put together a spread of Middle Eastern delights featuring succulent grilled meats, aromatic tagines, and traditional desserts that’ll leave you wanting more. Live entertainment adds to the ambiance, making it a night to remember.

٥. The Bulgari Majlis

The Bulgari Majlis, located on Dubai’s Jumeirah Bay Island, beckons with a promise of an unforgettable experience. Indulge in a lavish iftar buffet, a symphony of international and Arabic flavours that will tantalize your taste buds. While doing so, you can also gaze out at the picturesque waterfront view that creates a tranquil ambiance.

This Ramadan, said exquisite food and drink will be accompanied by live entertainment and Bulgari’s signature ice cream – a delightful way to cap off your luxurious Ramadan evening. Gather with loved ones to celebrate the spirit of Ramadan, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Leen is a writer, designer and creative director, holding a fashion design degree from ESMOD. She is currently pursuing an MBA in fashion management, specializing in luxury, in Paris. Living in various Western and Eastern locales, Leen writes on fashion, culture, and lifestyle at KHAMSA as she interns in the editorial department.
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