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Things to Do in Dubai This Weekend: Indoor Activities

Beat the heat and make the most of your weekend with these top things to do in Dubai

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16 August 2018

Last updated on 13 November 2018
Things to Do in Dubai This Weekend: Indoor Activities

The humidity has truly kicked in, but that doesn’t mean staying indoors should be boring.

In order to make the most out of your weekend ahead, why not book one of these great indoor activities and things to do in Dubai. From indoor skiing at Ski Dubai, to a carnival-themed Friday brunch - you can make the most of your weekend, while saving money thanks to Cobone!

Here's our top things to do this weekend in Dubai:

1. Friday carnival brunch at Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort

Nothing beats a Friday brunch on a weekend - especially when they're themed after a carnival! Set to be a fun-filled brunch for all, the Friday carnival brunch buffet at Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort starts at just AED 169 per person. There are different options available depending on your beverage choice and if children are also accompanying you.

The brunch includes an array of international, continental and Asian dishes, plus pool and beach access! There's also children's activities like face painting, a magic show, a bouncy slide and a Pirate's Club!

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Things to do in Dubai this weekend

2. Enjoy a game at Yalla! Bowling

Grab your friends and head to Yalla! Bowling at City Centre Mirdif for the perfect indoor activity in Dubai - bowling! Starting from just AED 19 for one session, it's the perfect way to unwind with your favourite people over the weekend. Just don't forget your socks!

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Things to do in Dubai this weekend

3. Let the kids loose at Mattel Play! Town

The perfect place to stimulate your child's imagination and development of their social skills - Mattel Play! Town is offering access for just AED 33 per adult, and AEd 49 per child for a full day pass. This safe, indoor 'eduplay' attraction is perfect for kids aged between 2 to 10, and we're sure the'll love exploring the different themed areas; including Bob the Building, Thomas & Friends, Fireman Sam, Angelina Ballerina, Barney and more!

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Things to do in Dubai this weekend

4. Explore Dubai's first mega theme park

Escape from the heat in Dubai's first mega indoor theme park, IMG Worlds of adventure! From just 209, you can get admission for up to 4 people with different deal options. The deal ticket includes unlimited access to all the rides and attractions throughout the day.

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Things to do in Dubai this weekend

5. Indulge yourself with a spa treatment at Tao Spa

Get away from the stress of the working week and indulge in a choice of a 60 minute or 90 minute spa treatment at Tao Spa, The Mall. From just 179, you can choose from reflexology, a back massage, deep tissue massage, sports massage and more.

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Things to do in Dubai this weekend

6. Unlimited access to Ski Dubai

Enjoy unlimited access to the world's largest indoor ski slope at Ski Dubai in Mall of the Emirates with their 'Snow Classic' pass. Previously known as the Polar Pass, you can hit the snow for as little as AED 189 per person. The pass includes Snow Fun, a chairlift ride, a ride in the giant ball and Mountain Thriller.

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Things to do in Dubai this weekend
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Rebecca Roberts, Group Editor of ExpatWoman
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