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Dubai highlights on Saudi Arabia’s National Day

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Sep. 23, 18 | 10:13 am

In celebration of the 88th National Day of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Dubai lit up the world’s tallest building in the colors of Saudi Arabia’s flag.

Burj Khalifa posted on their social media their greetings to Saudi nationals along with a video of the lighting ceremony and fountain show.

HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, and Ruler of the Emirate of Dubai, also sent his heartfelt congratulations for the achievements of the Kingdom.

The Directorate General of Residency and Foreigners Affairs Dubai took to Twitter their homage to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by making a special stamp for arrivals from the country.

Travelers from Saudi also received roses, flags, and delicacies from airport officers to celebrate the two nations’ brotherhood.

Meanwhile, here are the other exciting events that will highlight the occasion.

Listen to the National Anthem of Saudi Arabia at the Dubai Fountain

See movies from Saudi Arabian filmmakers at The Beach Roxy Cinemas.

3. Watch a musical pyrotechnic show at La Mer today at 8:30

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Watch the #Dubai skies light up in celebration of KSA National Day at @lamerdubai on the 23rd of September. The spectacular display will start at 8:30 pm #KSANationalDay! . . . شاهدوا سماء دبي تضيء احتفالاً باليوم الوطني للمملكة العربية السعودية في #لامير يوم 23 سبتمبر. سيبدأ عرض الألعاب النارية الساعة 8:30 مساءً زوروا الرابط في البايو وتعرفوا على أهم الفعاليات والأنشطة المذهلة في دبي خلال احتفالات #اليوم_الوطني_للمملكة_العربية_السعودية #معاً_أبداً #KSA #lamerdubai #Fireworks #Repost @DSSsocial @dubai_calendar

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4. Immerse yourself in a cultural journey of the traditional Emirati Al Ayala dance performances at 6pm at the Boxpark.

5. Get free Arabic coffee while listening to the traditional bands of Saudi Arabia at the Souk Atrium, ground floor of the Dubai Mall.

The Filipino Times sends their well wishes to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on their celebration of the 88th National Day.

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