As you know, the holy month of Ramadan is upon us and it is a time of fasting, charity, kindness, forgiveness and interacting with friends and family.
Dining is also an important element as Muslims around the world break their daily fast with a sunset meal, Iftar, and the pre-sunrise, Suhour.
Atlantis, The Palm honours the traditions of Ramadan and hosts one of the best Iftar and Suhour dining experiences in Dubai at the iconic Asateer tent.
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recently blogged about what Ramadan is all about at Atlantis, The Palm. With the holy month expected to begin tomorrow, our resident guest blogger and local food scene expert, FooDiva, has shared her thoughts on Ramadan dining experiences on this month’s edition of her series.
There’s more to Ramadan than Iftar
With Ramadan around the corner, lavish and often overwhelming buffet feasts are rolled out for Iftar, but we don’t often hear about
Suhoor (you will see it spelt in many different ways!), an integral element of this holy month. So what does this experience entail?
Is your child a miniature foodie? Do you know a 10-year old Michelangelo in the making? What about a future Marine Biologist?
If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, or simply know a child that likes to have fun,
Atlantis, The Palm’s Kids Club Summer Camp has the perfect options for you!