Dubai: The Shopaholic Edition
31 March 2018
Whether you’re a UAE resident or visitor, you can enjoy the celebrations in honour of the 89th Saudi National Day in UAE! The KSA National Day falls on Monday, 23rd September, but the celebrations start from as early as the 19th! Read on…
Fancy a short getaway?
Citymax Hotels has a great offer to celebrate KSA National Day.
Enjoy 1 night FREE when you stay 2 nights or more at Citymax Hotels in Dubai or Sharjah. Complimentary breakfast is included every day. Call +971 4-5242777 or 800 – 2489629 (Toll Free in UAE) or email Reservations@Citymaxhotels.com to book this offer.
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Head to Dubai Festival City between September 19th-23rd to catch a spectacular record-breaking show of lights, fire and lasers with Saudi colours, to the beat of Saudi tunes!
Celebrate the festivities with not one, but two FREE concerts!
Witness talented musician Balqees Fathi at City Walk at 9pm on Thursday, 19th September where she’ll get your weekend started with her most popular tunes. On Friday, 20th September at 9pm, you can also catch Khaliji singer Shamma Hamdan perform live at La Mer. Now that’s what we call the perfect weekend.
Would it really be a grand celebration if the world’s tallest building didn’t light up? We didn’t think so either.
Come watch the Burj Khalifa light up with the KSA flag on Monday, 23rd September along with a Saudi National Anthem display at the Dubai Fountain.
If you’d rather celebrate indoors, don’t forget that Saudi nationals can enjoy these discounts across Dubai Mall!
IMG Worlds of Adventure also has a great offer for Saudi Nationals to enjoy their National Day in a fun, unconventional way – park entry for AED 299 inclusive of a food voucher worth AED 50. The offer is valid between 19th-28th September.
The history behind the Saudi National Day
Saudi National Day is celebrated in Saudi Arabia on 23rd September to commemorate the renaming of the Kingdom of Nejd and Hejaz to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by a royal decree from King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud in 1932. In Saudi Arabia, Saudi National Day is celebrated with folklore dances, songs and traditional festivals, while people wear green and roads and buildings are decorated with Saudi flags. The celebrations also aim to appreciate the beauty of the country and the ruling family, and promote pride in the family of Saud.