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by | Lifestyle, News

Dec. 29, 19 | 4:09 pm

Filipinos and residents across the UAE are now preparing to welcome the new decade in the country with a spectacular fireworks show spanning the whole Emirates this coming December 31!

The Filipino Times has compiled experiences for you to check out so that you’ll get to select an amazing option that fits you, your family and your friends as you celebrate the highlight of the holidays together.

DUBAI:

The Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa
UAE residents are expected to converge near the world’s tallest tower as it has announced that it will be hosting its own fireworks display this year. Viewing is free for all and restaurants with a beautiful view of the area would cost you start at Dh99 per person, but expect the area to be crowded so be sure to be there as early as you can.

Dusit Thani Dubai’s ‘Medley of Revelries’
With a fantastic view of the Burj Khalifa, Dusit Thani Dubai located at the heart of UAE’s bustling emirate will provide sumptuous buffet, engaging activities, with the highlight of a beautiful view of the New Year’s Eve fireworks. The experience begins at Dh599 per person.

Kite Beach near Burj Al Arab
One of the most popular locations during New Year’s Eve is the Kite Beach where residents gather and enjoy their very own picnic parties to enjoy the evening’s light show for free. Those planning to head to one of Burj Al Arab’s finest restaurants can enjoy the New Year’s festivities beginning at Dh 1,000.

Palm Jumeirah Boardwalk
At the tip of Palm Jumeirah are selections of more than 80 shops and restaurants as residents await the dazzling lights and sounds. Viewing is free with the dinner experiences at one of the restaurants within the Atlantis The Palm to cost starting from Dh950.

ABU DHABI:

Bruno Mars Resolution by Night @ Yas Island
Filipinos and UAE residents will surely jive to beat of 24K Magic as Bruno Mars will party together with thousands of UAE residents to welcome the New Year with a bang at du Arena. Tickets begin at Dh300 per person.

Emirates Palace and Corniche

Right at the city’s beaches, the Corniche area provides a free viewing of the annual fireworks spectacle. Those planning to wine and dine at Emirates Palace can enjoy a lavish New Year’s Eve Gala dinner along with a fireworks display on a private beach starting at Dh 2,762 per person.

SHARJAH

Al Majaz Waterfront
Residents of Sharjah will be in a dazzling treat as they welcome 2020 with a free 10-minute long firework display along with the sights of Sharjah’s colorful fountains in the event. Restaurants near the area for you to enjoy may cost you around Dh99 per person.

RAS AL KHAIMAH

Al Marjan Island
Ras Al Khaimah residents can enjoy the fireworks displays at Al Marjan Island free of cost at venues next to Al Hamra Village: Al Shohadah Street, Al Marjan Island, and Al Wasl Street between Al Marjan Island and Al Hamra Village.

International stars Najwa Karam and Waleed Al Shami will lead Ras Al Khaimah’s celebration for the New Year’s Eve with a Gala dinner to be held at the Al Hamra International Conference and Exhibition Centre beginning at Dh800 per person.

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