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Christmas in Dubai: The Best Christmas Markets 2021

Christmas in Dubai

Dubai celebrates Christmas in a unique way. It transforms into a magical wonderland right after the National holiday, which is on the 2nd of December. This allows tourists from all over the globe to visit Dubai and celebrate Christmas. Dubai’s streets, markets and malls are lit up with bright lights. You can also find many events and shows taking place in different parts of Dubai.

We are all looking for our favorite Christmas markets and festivals as December draws near. Even though Madinat Jumeirah’s Christmas market is closed this year, there are still many options. These markets will put you in vacation mode with many festive activities such as decorating gingerbread and decorating trees. Kids can even meet Santa Claus at these beautiful markets.

Below is a list of Dubai’s top Christmas markets for 2021. To book a car, contact rent a car al-karama before you travel.

Habtoor Palace Dubai

This is a true gem in the desert, as the owners know how to make desert life more festive. From 5 to 28 Dec, the beautiful winder garden will be open. The garden is themed so that everyone can enjoy it. There are several food stalls available to help you enjoy your meal. There are also attractions for children, including Santa Claus’ appearance. It is open from 5-10 p.m. and is free. This market is pet-friendly so bring your pets.

Bab Al Shams

The Christmas market opens between 6 and 10 PM on December 12th through 20th. The market is known for its ability to provide beautiful gifts even last-minute. The Santa Claus carriage and the huge Christmas tree will be a hit. Hot chocolate, hot mulled grape, hot cocoa, sing-alongs with mince pies and many other amenities are available. This market is located in Al Forsan Garden. You can visit any other market, as some markets close at the end of December.

Aspen Christmas Market

The Christmas market, which is huge and spectacular, will be open from December 3rd to January 8th. The festival will be held at Kempinski Hotel Mall of Emirates Eatery. You can either buy gifts for your family members or friends from the brimming vendors. If you love food, this place is the best. You can get mince pies, gingerbread houses and cookies.

Dubai Opera

Dubai Opera will host its first Christmas market in 2018. Both children and adults will have plenty of fun. There will also be Father Christmas, who will entertain children and plenty of shopping opportunities to help you find the perfect gift for you. The gems choir will also perform at the market. This market is open to all and you don’t need to pay an entry fee. This market is also located in Downtown Dubai. Tickets for this venue sell quickly so make sure you grab them early.

Dubai Queen Elizabeth Market

This huge hotel is ready to welcome the Christmas holiday and celebrate. This hotel offers unique handmade gifts and crafts especially for Christmas. This hotel is part of the winter wonderland. There are many options for foodies. Enjoy the live cooking demonstrations and festive drinks. You will also be able to enjoy the live cooking station and festive beverages. However, entry is not free.

Time squared

Time square center is the best Christmas market. This place not only offers the best vibes, but also has the best one-stop shop for everything you need. If you spend more, they offer gift vouchers or travel vouchers. There are many activities that can be enjoyed by both children and adults. You can also watch a movie if you’re tired of shopping and games.

Final thoughts

Below is a list of Dubai’s top Christmas markets for 2021. Spend this Christmas and the New Year in UAE with your loved ones. Book your hotel in Dubai before you travel as Dubai can get very crowded at the beginning and end of the year. If you plan to stay longer, consider renting a car in Dubai services for a monthly fee. It is the best and most economical option. Merry Christmas!

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