With thousands of South Asian residents, and more investing in Dubai every day, it shouldn’t be a surprise that the Middle Eastern city known for showing off also has a reputation for throwing one of the best parties for Diwali.
Diwali, the Festival of Lights marking the New Year in the classical Indian calendar, is a massive festival that is celebrated around the world. While Diwali day is on November 7, events and festivities will be celebrated until November 11 in Dubai. Here’s a taste of what you can expect this year.
It just wouldn’t be Diwali without amazing displays of fireworks lighting the night sky. Dubai does things bigger, as explosions of colour will light up the night skies for a 10 full days from November 1 to 10 over Dubai Creek every night.
Al Seef, a historic market district of Dubai, is starting to get a reputation for hosting some of the best nighttime events year-round. No wonder that Dubai’s best Diwali market would be hosted here from November 1 to 10. You can sample exotic foods, shop for unique gifts for friends and family and catch live performances from your favourite Indian stars. There’s even going to be an attempt to break the Guiness World Record for the large ‘diya’ (traditional Indian candle) lighting.
While you can visit the world’s first Bollywood-inspired theme park all year round, Bollywood Parks Dubai will be busier with Diwali events. You can enjoy over 16 rides and attractions, including a lot of performances inspired by Indian cinema and culture from Sholay to Lagaan. For Diwali, the park brings in some of the best Bollywood singers for concerts and hosts a massive food festival.
Dubai, celebrating the cultures of everyone worldwide, is the best place to invest and get a return on your investment. It can also be the place where you set up a home-away-from-home.
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