The 10-day Ramadan Night Market opened on 23 June and will feature more than 300 exhibitors, with 100,000 visitors expected.
A selection of international cuisine, family entertainment, exclusive deals and discounts, and prize giving opportunities are on offer.
Operating until 2 July at Za’abeel Hall 5, Dubai World Trade Centre, the Night Market will be open from 8pm – 2am with an entry fee of AED 5 per person, and free entry for children under five years.
A wide selection of F&B outlets are represented at the market, including Gold Sponsor Cutting Chai, Atelier, Kulfilious, Yalla Momos and Haji Ali Juice Centre.
Samantha Cordeiro Miranda, brand manager, Sumansa Exhibitions commented: “It’s been a great five-year journey for Ramadan Night Market which has grown progressively.
“We have had a very encouraging response from our visitors who eagerly wait for the annual market. It gives us a great pleasure to welcome them again and we would like to thank them for giving us the reasons to return every year.
The market was inaugurated by H.E. Sami Al Qamzi, director general of Dubai Department of Economic Development in the presence of organisers, Sumansa Exhibitions, and visitors.
In addition to clothes, accessories, home appliances, electronics and toys, the market will have gaming zones, cartoon mascots, a henna majilis and a confetti theatre.
For children there will be face painting, sand art, bouncy castles, nail art, mini basketball and wall climbing, in addition to arts and crafts, soft play and workshops.
Cordeiro Miranda added: “Ramadan Night Market is more than just a shopping extravaganza; it’s an opportunity to simply relax, eat some good food, get an adrenaline rush while playing exciting games and basically spend some good family time.
“We realise the importance of indoor entertainment, particularly during hot summer and the fact that most children are on vacation, so this fun-filled consumer fair with diverse range of interests is just the right answer.”