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How to Stay Fit This “Ramadan” in Dubai ?

Posted by David on May 14, 2019
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How to Stay Fit This “Ramadan” in Dubai

There is no reason to pause on your journey during Ramadan when fitness is what keeps you going. The Holy Month can bring to Dubai an array of pleasant Iftars and cultural experiences, but the wellness of the city remains a major priority. Continue with this summary of the most important Ramadan events in Dubai, keeping fitness in Mind:


Run with Dubai’s original pack

Dubai’s Desert Road Runners is the oldest running club, and since 1998 trainers have hit the pavement. This well-established group includes enthusiasts of all ages and levels who meet regularly for community cardio on locations throughout the city.

Join all on a peaceful meeting after Iftar on the tree-lined paths in Mushrif Park where you can set your own pace and goals.

Runners have a distance of 5 km while juniors can choose a free two-kilometre course.

  • When: 16 May
  • Where: Mushrif Park


The home stretch

End the last Dubai Desert Road Run series with a bow on your Ramadan fitness goals.

At the Sevens Stadium, where Emirates Rugby Sevens is situated, this popular event is open to runners

of all capacities for 3 km, 5 km or 10 km of the distance.

Choose your best person in this spirited route with competing counterparts or just step in on

your Fitbit.

Each group and distance receives a trophy for the three fastest runners, while all competitors take back a medal.

  • When: 7 June
  • Where: Sevens Stadium


Cool down with hot competition

Even at the end of Ramadan, you will be able to continue your dedication in the summer at

Dubai Sports World with a variety of sports and activities.

You can rent out an indoor and air-conditioned courtyard for basketball, soccer, cricket, table tennis and much more

covering an area of 25,000 sqm in the Dubai World Trade Centre.

Dubai Sports World lasts throughout the summer, so pick up your friends, teams and colleagues in the


The DWTC will also be part of Modhesh World, which is a summer wonderland for children (21 June-17 August), to combine the best in family and fitness time on a trip.

  • When: 15 June – 13 September
  • Where: Dubai World Trade Centre


Where to break your fast after your Ramadan Fitness Regime?

From a traditional buffet to set menus, Ramadan is the time to reunite with your friends and family over delicious food.

Enjoy 2019 Ramadan with the above-listed eateries Iftar-y meals.

Iftar in Dubai: Places to eat out in Ramadan 2019 under 100 AED



The recently opened neighbourhood restaurant is serving up comfort cuisine from Lebanon and Syria this Ramadan with a three-course offering.

  • Location: Cluster D, Jumeirah Lake Towers or Two Towers, Barsha Heights
  • Timings: Daily from sunset until 12 am in JLT, and until 4 am in Barsha Heights
  • Cost: Dh 50 and less



This South African eatery chain Nando’s, is presenting a special Iftar meal deal for two and four people.

  • Location: Multiple locations in Dubai
  • Timings: Daily from sunset onwards
  • Cost: Dh 49 per person


Mitra, The Indian Fusion Bistro

With remarkable views of the Dubai Creek, the Indian fusion restaurant is serving a buffet for Iftar and Suhoor all throughout Ramadan.

  • Location: Al Seef
  • Timings: Iftar from sunset, followed by suhoor until 2 am.
  • Cost: Dh 99 for adults and Dh69 for kids between 5-10 years.


Sikka Café

Sikka café, an extensive eatery at City Walk, La Mer, offering an authentic feast this Ramadan.

  • Location: La Mer & Last Exit – Al Khawaneej
  • Cost: Dh 99 per person
  • Timing: Daily from sunset to 8.30pm


 Shake Shack

The Hot Honey Chick’n is a new limited-time burger launched in May just in time for Ramadan.

  • Location: All Shake Shack venues in the UAE
  • Cost: Dh 36 for the burger, Dh18 for the French fries, Dh15 for a lemonade
  • Timings: Daily from sunset onwards


Un Dimanche à Paris

The newly opened French bistro is offering a four-course set menu Iftar this Ramadan.

  • Location: Bluewater Island
  • Cost: Dh 99 per person
  • Timings: Daily from sunset onwards



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