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    12 things to do this festive season at this luxe Dubai resort

    Lifestyle

    by Team Emirates Woman
    2 hours ago

    IN PARTNERSHIP: ‘Tis the season to celebrate and this luxe Dubai resort has you covered for the festive season.
    From festive Christmas celebrations with the family to a fun-filled New Year’s Eve with friends, there’s something for everyone this season at Fairmont The Palm.
    A festive-themed brunch
    For families to celebrate Christmas Day, Flow Kitchen is hosting a special brunch with Turkey and all its trimmings, complemented by a selection of roasts and live entertainment for guests of all ages. The package starts at Dhs595 with soft beverages and will take place from 12:30pm to 3:30pm on December 25, 2022.
    Christmas Eve galore
    With an Asian twist, guests can dine at Bā Boldy Asian on with an array of delectable dishes that take inspiration from China, Japan and Taiwan. Packages start from Dhs425 for unlimited house beverages from 6pm to 11pm on Saturday, December 24, 2022.
    A Latin dining experience
    For a Brazilian touch, Frevo is hosting an authentic Brazilian dining experience to spice up this year’s festivities. With special turkey carvings and live entertainment from the sensational Latin duo guests can enjoy this enchanting experience on Saturday, December 24, 2022. Packages start at Dhs365 including the Churrasco meal and soft drinks from 6pm to 11:30pm.
    A sumptuous buffet
    For the ultimate Christmas experience, Flow Kitchen is set to welcome families for an unforgettable buffet. Featuring the season’s special, this experience starts at Dhs195 per person inclusive of food and takes place on Saturday, December 24, 2022 from 6pm to 10:30pm.
    Light up the tree
    Get into the festive spirit with your family at Fairmont The Palm’s tree lighting ceremony in their stunning lobby. Enjoy live entertainment and meet Santa Claus on Saturday, December 10, 2022 from 4pm. To ensure you get the best spot, opt for the Festive Afternoon Tea at  Mashrabiya Lounge, priced at Dhs195 per person.
    Turkey takeaway

    Focus on pure celebration this season and let Fairmont The Palm do the heavy lifting when it comes to your Christmas meal. Up until January 8, 2022, enjoy a mouthwatering turkey with all the trimmings such as roasted vegetables, buttered sprouts, cranberry sauce and an indulgent collection of desserts, including the all-time-classic Christmas pudding. Prices start from Dhs650 for 6kg worth of food. Please note bookings require a 72-hour booking order in advance.
    Festive Afternoon tea

    From December 10, 2022, to January 8, 2023, head to Mashrabiya Lounge to enjoy a festive-inspired afternoon tea complete with sweet and savoury delights, and an exotic selection of loose-leaf teas from around the world, as well as homemade hot chocolate. The Festive Afternoon Tea is available daily from 12pm to 5pm and is priced at Dhs195 per person.
    A lavish celebration
    Celebrate New Year’s Eve with your friends at Seagrill Bistro for a delectable four-course European-inspired sharing set menu with a plated choice of main course, against a dazzling backdrop of Dubai’s skyline lighting up with fireworks from 7pm until 1am. Prices start from Dhs1,050 per person for indoor seating and Dhs1,800 per person for outdoor seating.
    A New Year’s Eve feast
    Feast on delectable Indian cuisine this New Year’s Eve at The Michelin Guide included restaurant Little Miss India with a terrace overlooking the Dubai skyline, perfect for when the fireworks light up the sky. Prices start from Dhs1000 per person for indoor seating and Dhs1,600 for outdoor seating.
    Gala dinner
    Enjoy a gala dinner at Flow Kitchen this New Year’s Eve from 7pm to 1am. Complete with an international buffet with live cooking stations and entertainment from DJ Chamigrooves and a 4-piece band paired with stunning views of the Dubai Marina skyline, you’ll party the night away in style. Prices start from Dhs950 per person inclusive of an unlimited flow of house beverages, selected cocktails, and soft beverages.
    Be bold
    Be bold this New Year’s Eve and dine at Bã Boldly Asian. Enjoy a four-course menu featuring authentic Asian dishes in the company of the Dubai skyline. Prices start from Dhs1000 per person for indoor seating and Dhs1,500 for outdoor seating.
    Brazilian party
    Ring in the New Year Brazilan-style at Frevo. Indulge in an authentic churrascaria experience with succulent meats served from all over the world, tableside in the company of tunes played by Latin Duo, Giselle & Diego. Prices start from Dhs1,100 per person for indoor seating and Dhs1,400 for outdoor seating.
    For more information visit fairmont.com/palm-dubai/. 
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    Qatar eases entry rules for GCC residents and citizens

    Lifestyle

    by Sarah Joseph
    1 hour ago

    Looking to travel to Qatar soon? Well, there’s some good news for non-ticket holders for the FIFA World Cup 2022.
    Starting from today, December 6, GCC residents and citizens as per the Ministry of Interiors can enter through all access points at the airports without tickets to the World Cup or a Hayya card.

    #Ministry_of_Interior announces that citizens and residents of #GCC countries will be allowed to enter the country through its various ports without #Hayya_card for non-ticket holders as of today, Tuesday, December 6, 2022. #QNA pic.twitter.com/gXKTm0CReM
    — Qatar News Agency (@QNAEnglish) December 6, 2022

    The rule also extends to motorists who wish to enter the country through land borders from Thursday, December 8, 2022. However, an entry permit will need to be applied for 12 hours in advance through the ministry’s portal with no additional fee.
    For those who wish to attend the World Cup matches will still need to register in the Hayya online application in order to enter the stadiums. Overall, the card serves as a fan ID and grants ticket holders free access to the metro and bus services on games days.
    With the tournament set to run until December 18, 2022, GCC residents and citizens can seamlessly enter the country hassle-free without any additional requirements.
    If you’re looking to pay a visit soon and are in need of an itinerary of fine-dining havens to visit in Doha, Emirates woman has curated a guide of restaurants with sensational interiors and unforgettable dishes to try.
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    Everything to know about Prince Harry and Meghan’s latest Netflix documentary

    Lifestyle

    by Sarah Joseph
    35 mins ago

    The once-upon-a-time royals of Sussex will soon make a debut on the global streaming platform, Netflix.
    The docuseries, Harry & Meghan comes after Prince Harry and Meghan’s previous tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, where untold truths were revealed in March 2021.
    After the couple stepped down from their royal duties two years ago, they received backlash for their decision, the details of which will be unveiled in the series.
    So, if you’re eagerly waiting for Harry & Meghan’s new series, here’s everything you need to know prior to the release.
    Release Date
    The six-episode series will be released in two parts on December 8 and December 15, 2022, globally.
    Theme
    By sharing the other side of their high-profile love story as revealed by Netflix, the documentary will shed light upon what goes on behind the scenes. From their public fall-out with the royal family to their whirlwind courtship, their full-time roles in the institution and what their friends and family have to say about the situation.
    When asked about why they wanted to this documentary, Prince Harry replied, “No one sees what’s happening behind closed doors… I had to do everything I could to protect my family.”
    Trailers

    The new one-minute teaser video opens with Prince Harry saying, “It’s really hard to look back on it now and go ‘What on earth happened?”

    Harry & Meghan. A Netflix Global Event.Volume I: December 8Volume II: December 15 pic.twitter.com/WpFzVEC7Yx
    — Netflix (@netflix) December 5, 2022

    The team behind it
    This highly-anticipated docuseries is directed by two-time Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning director Liz Garbus with producers Erica Sashin, Mark Monroe, Dan Cogan, Ben Browning, Chanel Pysnik, Jon Bardin, Mala Chapple and Angus Wall.
    In an interview with The Cut, Meghan told the team, “It’s nice to be able to trust someone with our story — a seasoned director whose work I’ve long admired — even if it means it may not be the way we would have told it.”
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    The ultimate editor-approved festive gift guide

    Lifestyle

    by Sarah Joseph
    2 hours ago

    As the season of gift-giving soon approaches, it’s time to click *add to cart* this month from the comfort of your home.
    With the Christmas and New Year’s Eve preparations in full swing, wrapping presents are one of the most anticipated activities during this time.
    From newly launched beauty products to must-own diamante bags, there’s enough for each and every stocking filler to spread the love this year.
    To ease the process, Emirates Woman has curated a guide for all the gifts to bestow the loved ones in your life with this month.

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    9 Instagram accounts to follow this December

    Beauty

    by Sarah Joseph
    43 mins ago

    A curated guide of all the leading accounts to #follow this festive season.
    Dr. Barbara Sturm@drbarbarasturm
    The secret to anti-ageing!
    Alanui@alanui

    Cosy and cool for uber luxe winter dressing.
    The Attico@the_attico
    For the cool girls.
    Harry Winston@harrywinston
    The ultimate fine jewellery from the renowned NY-based brand.
    Giarité@giarite
    The party season accessories you need.
    Cheval Blanc@chevalblancofficial
    True luxury when it comes to travel.
    Azza@azzashowroom
    Multi-brand fine jewellery boutique in Bahrain curated with precision.
    RAEY@raeyofficial

    Elevated basics designed to last.
    Hôtel Lutetia@hotellutetia

    Palace Appeal in the heart of Saint Germain in Paris.
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    UAE National Day: 18 inspiring women share their love for the UAE

    This year on December 2, 2022, the UAE will celebrate 51 years since its unification.
    Over the years, Emirates Woman has continued to champion a host of inspiring Emirati women who continue to make an impact on future generations.
    From entrepreneurs to pioneers in their industry, each woman has had a notable impact and always circles back to how the UAE has had a pivotal role in uplifting them.
    In just under five decades, the UAE has changed drastically becoming a hub for travel, culture, business and more, and offers opportunities for so many people globally and inspired women to establish themselves in this part of the world.
    To dig into the archives this National Day, Emirates Woman shares some of the most powerful quotes shared by prominent women of the UAE.
    HH Sheikha Sana Al Maktoum

    Emirates Woman’s April 2021 – The Gratitude Issue cover star, Her Highness Sheikha Sana Al Maktoum is a proud entrepreneur and founder of her eponymous jewellery brand, Sana Al Maktoum Fine Jewellery. Having grown up in Dubai, Sheikha Sana has always been inspired by the energy of her country and the infinite opportunities the UAE has.
    “Growing up, I’ve seen the UAE go from a young nation and achieve milestone after milestone,” she has previously said of her country.
    HH Sheikha Latifa Al Maktoum

    Her Highness Sheikha Latifah Al Maktoum is dedicated to excellence. As our September 2020 cover star, Her Highness, the daughter of Sheikh Ahmed bin Maktoum bin Juma Al Maktoum and Sheikha Hessa bint Rashid Al Maktoum, shared what it takes to keep your mind in champion mode.
    Sheikha Latifah has spearheaded sports for women in the UAE. She’s an equestrian athlete who competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, becoming the first woman to represent the UAE at the Olympic games.
    In an interview with Emirates Woman, she said, “When I was thirteen, I saw the Dubai Show Jumping team training and I thought to myself, I want to be on that team. Realising that I had to prove myself, I worked really hard and made the team.”
    HH Sheikha Mozah Al Maktoum

    Emirates Woman’s November 2020 – The Fine Jewellery Issue cover star Sheikha Mozah Al Maktoum shared her pride in the UAE and the opportunities the country has afforded her throughout her career.
    “I’m most proud of becoming the first Emirati woman to join the Dubai Police as a helicopter pilot,” she told Emirates Woman of her proudest moment. “Serving my country by doing what I love doing most is simply the best feeling, and I am deeply grateful for it.”
    HH Sheikha Mariam bint Khalifa bin Saif Al Nahyan

    In the world of fine jewellery, Her Highness Sheikha Mariam bint Khalifa bin Saif Al Nahyan established a name for herself as an entrepreneur after launching her brand, MKS Jewellery. Her collections have consistently been inspired the UAE and are there to empower women.
    “Women in the UAE are beginning to find their voices in a different way from previous generations,” she said of the UAE. “I feel blessed to be part of such a rich and historical culture, and I feel empowered to stand on the shoulders of the many millions of women who came before me.”
    Sheikha Bodour bin Sultan Al Qasimi

    Her Excellency Sheikha Bodour bint Sultan Al Qasimi is a leader in the publishing space. From being the founder and CEO of Kalimat Group to being the first Arab woman to become president of the International Publishers Association, Sheikha Bodour is leading the way for women both in the region and on a global scale. She is particularly proud of her country and the opportunities is gives women from all walks of life.
    “Over the past ten years, we have seen a great deal of change with female ministers and ambassadors appointed and pioneering businesswomen in all sectors emerging on the scene,” she said. “The UAE has successfully created an environment where women are accepted and welcomed in these roles while ensuring a healthy balance with our culture and values.”
    Sarah Alagroobi

    An individual who is continually inspiring women is artist, designer and educator Sarah Alagroobi.
    To further shed light on how the UAE has helped her advance in her career, Alagroobi said, “I think I have been blessed to be given the privileges and the knowledge, understanding and education to be able to provide a counter-narrative to the existing narrative in the UAE’s landscape.”
    Wdeema Al Mheiri

    Emirati content creator and our May 2022 cover star Wdeema Almheiri, has always used ta fine-tuned approach to creating content.
    “As an Emirati woman, I’m so proud to see how women are aiming higher and paving the way for future generations for women to dream and achieve without limits,” she has said of her country.
    Amna Banihashem

    Amna Banihashem, equestrian star, mechanical engineer, businesswoman and philanthropist, has previously described her country as the “best place on earth”.
    “What makes me proud to be a woman from the UAE, is that I’m part of a country that’s so forward-thinking and supports women in every direction and propels them into the future,” she said.
    Salama Khalfan

    The Emirati entrepreneur and founder of Salama Khalfan Fine Jewellery is constantly innovating with new designs and inspiring future generations with her vision. She largely attributes her success to her country.
    “I feel thankful that I am from a country that does not believe in the impossible,” she said. “I feel that I grew up in an environment and surroundings that instilled within me the feeling that everything is possible and that collapsed any boundaries of limitations set by any external ideologies. That in itself is something very profound.”
    Sarah Al Hashmi

    As a notable film director, Sarah Alhashimi has made a mark for herself in the industry and is proud to come from a thriving nation like the UAE.
    “I think the past 50 years have been wonderful in terms of infrastructure and creating new milestones,” she said. “My hope is that we continue thriving the way we have been for all these years. Emirati women in power is not a new phenomenon. They have been in leadership roles for years and have been working hard and that makes me so proud to be a woman from the UAE.”
    Fatma Al Mheiri

    With both creative and business acumen, she not only heads up PR at the Museum of the Future, one of the most iconic landmarks in Dubai, but she also runs her own fashion brand, Venus THE LABEL.
    “I’m proud to be a woman of the UAE because I feel loved, challenged supported and liberated,” she previously said.
    Asma Hilal Lootah

    As founder of The Hundred Wellness Centre, Asma Hilal Lootah has created a niche in this space by focusing more on the needs of the community.
    She told us, “Our hearts are filled with gratitude for the gift our leadership has given us, a beautiful country to live in. We are equally grateful to the UAE’s citizens and residents, its amazing people, who work hard to contribute to their communities, making the UAE the best country one can call home.”
    Yasmin Al Mulla

    The founder of her namesake brand YNM, Al Mulla has always displayed boundless creativity in her field.
    “Growing up in the UAE is naturally inspiring, witnessing all the magnificent accomplishments, and rapid developments urge us to work hard to keep up and develop ourselves, and our goals too. We are very driven in representing our country in an optimistic manner.”
    Muna Easa Al Gurg

    This leading Emirati businesswoman is a keen philanthropist and Director of Retail at Al Gurg Group since 2008.
    When asked in a previous interview regarding what it feels like to be a woman in the region that is paving the way for others she responded, “I am fortunate to be an Emirati citizen as the UAE believes in offering equal opportunity to all and focuses on gender balance in every sphere.”
    Dr. Suaad Al Shamsi

    By breaking barriers, Dr. Suaad Al Shamsi is the first UAE female aircraft engineer to shatter stereotypes.
    “Everything surrounding me makes me proud that I am from UAE, from the history of our country to the present to the future, proud that I am an Emirati from a country where all the factors of love, peace, goodness and happiness beside a multinational, multicultural and religious are United all here all are one and equal,” she said.
    Nayla Al Khaja

    As the first female film director and producer in the UAE, Nayla Al Khaja has garnered a name for herself in the industry after achieving the impossible.
    In an interview with Emirates Woman touched upon her pride for the nation and said, “I am extremely proud to be a UAE National especially that I was born in the ‘70s meaning I was able to witness firsthand the development and the changes that were taking place. The incredible progress and prosperity over such a short period of time are phenomenal.”
    Yasmin Baker

    As the first Emirati Aerialist, Yasmin Baker has created a name for herself in the world of sports.
    In an interview with Emirates Woman Baker said, “There is so much that makes me proud to be from the UAE. I am so proud of how welcoming the country, the leadership, and the community are; welcoming to others, welcoming to new ideas, and most importantly, welcoming to change.”
    Alia Al Banna

    As the co-founder and general manager of RollDXB and has established herself in the industry as a true entrepreneur.
    In an interview with Emirates Woman, she said, “I’m proud to be from the UAE and see all the achievements that the UAE has gained on an international level. Being able to participate in any activity as a woman and having my country’s backing makes me proud.”
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    Dubai’s Hyde Hotel brings an exclusive exhibition for all art lovers this season

    Lifestyle

    by Sarah Joseph
    2 hours ago

    With the perfect forecast for sought-after creativity in the UAE, Hyde Hotel will transform its penthouse into a hidden gem.
    Trailblazing artist Sophie Tea is all set to showcase her carefully curated whimsical art pieces themed Hydden Gem. To add to the emirate’s bourgeoning art industry, this hotel is always championing talented individuals to ensure the space is a welcoming haven for travellers from around the world.

    As a key disrupter in the artistic world, Tea has disrupted the traditional art experience by creating a niche for herself on social media. After garnering a cult fan base, she has focused on topics highlighting women’s empowerment that exude positivity and energy. With her signature splats and energetic drips, these noteworthy art pieces will be open for the public to see.
    “We are so excited for Hyde Dubai’s penthouse to be the next canvas for Sophie Tea’s art. We’ve always believed that there should be space for art everywhere so that more people can appreciate and be inspired by it,” said the General Manager of Hyde Hotel Dubai, Luke James.
    To further embrace Tea’s artistic spirit, guests can indulge in a host of love-inspired activations including a sophisticated high tea at Cleo, promising an expansive menu of delectable delights. To complement this experience, visitors can enjoy the al-fresco terrace set against the city’s iconic skyline featuring the world’s tallest building and Dubai Canal.
    The penthouse takeover is presented by Gone Rogue, a collective focused on bringing art to as many spaces and affecting as many lives as possible. To book this experience and visit this iconic art display until December 12, 2022, visit sbe.com
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    National Day 2022: The ultimate weekend guide in the UAE

    Lifestyle

    by Sarah Joseph
    3 hours ago

    Your ultimate guide to this weekend in the UAE – November 30 to December 4, 2022.
    Visit this exclusive Prada pop-up

    For the festive season, Prada has launched an exclusive holiday pop-up collection with a selection of bags and accessories at The Dubai Mall, Fashion Catwalk just in time for the season. With five traditional stalls and an evocative space reminiscent of the brand’s holiday market, visitors can experience the sparkling collection first-hand and even add their favourite pieces to their wardrobes. Open until December 12, 2022, this pop-up features a highly sought-after collection of bags, accessories and gifting ideas.
    Dine at this chic haven

    One of the most beloved restaurants in Dubai has officially opened in a new area of the emirate. Couqley Bistro & Bar first came to the UAE from the shores of Beirut in 2016 firmly cementing itself as a hotspot in JLT. Now, six years on, the restaurant has added a second location to its roster on the opposite end of the city in Business Bay. The Couqley French Brasserie has opened its doors in the Pullman Hotel, adding to the ever-growing dining scene in Downtown Dubai. The Business Bay venue will also be serving up the same weekly dining deals allowing diners to indulge in Couqley’s Business Lunch, Steak Frites Mondays and Ladies Night.
    For more information visit couqley.ae
    Pamper yourself

    Your nails have the definitive power to make or break a look, and that’s why it’s so important to take care of them. Whether you’re looking for the perfect nude for business hours or something a bit more quirky for this vacation, we’ve got you sorted. With several nail experts around Dubai, Emirates Woman has curated a guide for all the ones to visit for an indulgent experience.
    Gift your loves ones

    To mark December 2nd with family gatherings and the exchange of presents, we’ve narrowed down the list of items you can get for your friends and family to make the National Day shopping easy. From perfumes to sophisticated bags produced by homegrown brands, there are a plethora of gifts to suit everyone’s desires this year. For those nostalgic presents, Emirates Woman has curated a guide of all our favourite gifts to enjoy with your loved ones.
    Watch the fireworks

    The UAE’s capital is set to glisten with an alluring firework display for the upcoming National Day celebrations. From Al Maryah Island to Emirates Palace, each venue will showcase a dramatic firework show with an all-in-one entertainment experience. So, if you’re in Abu Dhabi this weekend or plan on visiting, read our exclusive guide with the best places to see the fireworks.
    Unwind at a coffee shop

    If there’s one thing Dubai isn’t short of, it’s all the cafés that allow one to refresh in. From getting your daily caffeine fix to embracing a café with minimal interiors, there are plenty of options that offer both. From The Grey to Alchemy, each minimal space offers a revolutionised coffee experience with unique brewing techniques. For adding to your list of must-visit cafés, Emirates Woman has curated a guide to where you need to go next.
    Spend it outdoors

    As temperatures drop in the UAE, outdoor activities are again on our radar. From zip-lining to glamping the options are endless as each outing is complemented with a hint of nature. Whether it’s an alfresco dining experience or an early sunrise trek, there are endless possibilities of activities to tick off your list over the long weekend. To plan ahead, Emirates Woman has curated a unique guide for all the best outdoor activities you don’t want to miss in the UAE.
    Experience this street-style brunch

    Anantara Downtown is set to host you this weekend at their latest Street Art Brunch in Nine7One Courtyard in the heart of Dubai. With an explosion of culinary flavours from different parts of the world, guests can enjoy a delightful range of dishes ranging from empanadas to fresh vongole from the pasta station. With a diverse selection of dishes, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. For an elevated street-style experience, DJ Yana ensure all guests are entertained with the latest tunes. The packages start at Dhs295 per person for the soft beverages, Dhs395 for house beverages and Dhs450 for the house beverages package from 1pm to 4pm every Saturday.
    For more information visit Anantara.com
    Dine alfresco

    There’s nothing like dining outdoors with the scintillating views of Dubai’s skyline. From beach clubs to sky-high restaurants, each venue ensures exceptional services accompanied by a delectable menu crafted to perfection. With Instagrammable-worthy spots and DJs playing your favourite tunes, there are several popular hotspots to experience in Dubai. For your next outdoor outing, Emirates Woman has created a luxe guide on where to book ASAP.
    Take a break at this staycation

    Sometimes all you need is a little escape. Spend the long weekend at 25 hours Hotel One Central with your loved ones in the heart of Dubai with a special discount. From November 30 to December 4, 2022, guests can receive upto 40 percent off the room rate with complimentary breakfast at this one-of-a-kind spot. With a host of facilities and dining venues such as Tandoor Tina, Monkey Bar and more, visitors will be spoiled for choice this weekend. The offer is subject to availability and can be booked in advance.
    For more information visit 25hours-hotels.com
    Bring on the World Cup fever

    With Dubai in full swing for the World Cup and you haven’t been able to get a hold of a ticket to witness the live-action in Qatar, we have the perfect solution for you. Whether you will be hardcore watching every game, supporting your favourite team, or just wanting to join the festivities. The energy will undoubtedly be undeniable as we witness this landmark in the Middle East and football history. For which spots to visit, Emirates Man lists the top places where to watch the World Cup in Dubai.
    Visit a heritage site

    After unifying in 1971, the UAE has come a long way and there are several spots that mark its rich heritage. This year on December 2, 2022, the UAE will celebrate 51 years since its unification and there are many sites that display the nation’s history. As a homage to the UAE’s long-standing cultural heritage, we’ve created a guide of seven renowned sites to visit in Dubai.
    Go on this nostalgic tour

    To explore the roots of the emirate, Rove Hotels in collaboration with Project Chaiwala and Frying Pan Adventures will be launching an exclusive food and walking tour in Old Dubai. Those joining the tour will start their experience at Rove City Centre, where they’ll enjoy a cup of steaming hot Karak brewed by Project Chaiwala, and then leave the hotel to explore some of the more unknown spots in the city to explore the hidden gems and rediscover the city’s love for tea. This exclusive tour will take place on Saturday, December 3, 2022 at 8:45am to 11:45am and 11:45am to 1:45pm for Dhs125 per person.
    For more information visit fryingpanadventures.com
    Pick up our December Issue

    For our cover, we are proud to have partnered with global skin guru Dr. Barbara Sturm. In The Skin Superwoman, we discuss what it takes to build and scale without compromising on quality. Sturm is everything you would expect from a powerhouse who has built a brand from the ground up, with laser-sharp attention to detail and second-to-none wit that reflects deep-rooted intelligence. In this issue, we get you ready for party season to close out 2022 and look at taking a break in climates both hot and cold. Soft Touch compiles an edit of the best tactile textures for FW22, The Edit delivers the coolest attire for a vacation en piste and Alanui shows us how to look cool while staying cosy in Après-Ski Attire.
    You can download December’s – The Winter Escape Issue here.
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