The Ramadan Night Market fair will be held this year during the last 10 nights of Ramadan on August 1-10, 2013, at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Organise d by Sumansa Exhibitions, the consumer fair will feature products and services from across the globe with product categories ranging from food items, garments and leather items, electronics, perfumes, home appliances, accessories, furniture & handicrafts, toys and baby Items, automobiles, souvenirs and collectibles, musical instruments and travel & tourism. The fair will be open from Iftar till 2 am during Ramadan and from 5 pm till midnight during Eid, and entry is free.
This year’s fair includes new features such as arabian souq, abaya and jewellery pavilions, special kids zone and health and beauty bay. The arabian souq will represent all that is old Dubai and celebrate UAE’s culture and heritage. The abaya pavilion will feature some of the biggest names in the local Abaya industry such as Mauzan and Danielle. The health and beauty bay will feature cosmetics and herbal products along with live make-up demos. The fashion pavilion will showcase a wide variety of garments, accessories and jewellery, including designer wear from India, Pakistan, Lebanon and Turkey.
Other highlights of the Night Market include a food pavilion and a kids play area featuring attractions such as face painting, sand painting, bouncy castles, special indoor rides, life size cartoon characters, balloon blowers, unicyclists, board games, story tellers, kids movie room, learning room, mirror maze, and toy houses.
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