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Filipino Summer Bucket List: Things to do this summer part 1

As the summer heat sizzles on, many Filipinos aim to make their summer more exciting and productive with plenty of activities planned together with loved ones and friends. Here are a few activity ideas which they can enjoy while keeping the country’s social distancing and preventive measures in mind.

Shopping Festival. Filipinos love to shop for a variety of items, especially if these are on sale since they get to save. Those who wish to shop for their favorite dresses, eyewear, and other home essentials can drop by at the Dubai Festival Plaza at Jebel Ali with Festival Souk’s irresistible discounted deals and sales across several outlets.

Dubai Festival Plaza is located off Exit 25 from Sheikh Zayed Road or off D57W Yalayis Street Exit on Al Khail Road. Mall operating hours are from 10:00 am to 11:00 pm from Sunday to Wednesday and 10:00 am until 12 midnight from Thursday to Saturday.

Staycation relaxation. The heat of the summer also calls for a tranquil albeit temporary escape from your usual 9-5, which is why many Filipinos enjoy the thought of a staycation. Grab your backpack to settle in at one of Rove’s many hotel locations in Dubai and the UAE where you can sit back and retreat towards a more relaxing weekend.

Check in and begin your relaxing stay at Rove Hotels with its reliable, modern, fuss-free and super-efficient services for the young and young at heart who lead fast-paced urban lives. With a focus on design, urban life and uplifting experiences, Rove Hotels assure total harmony with seamless guest service, high aesthetic standards in design and superior comfort.

Patriotic Watches. One thing that many Filipinos love to purchase are items that showcase the excellence of Filipino craftsmanship. In the case of KAYAKO watches, this homegrown Filipino brand of limited edition watches has each watch adorned with beautiful designs and makes that feature heroic and symbolic icons in the Philippines.

KAYAKO stems from the Tagalog statement ‘Kaya ko’ that when translated to English means ‘I can do it’ as a way for Filipinos to affirm themselves that they can get things done. KAYAKO empowers Filipinos by reminding them of the values and virtues of the past that thrust their lives for the benefit of future generations of Filipinos.

Expand your collection. Summers in Dubai usually mark the occasion with deals and sales that will be worth your purchase. This makes summertime in Dubai the perfect timing to purchase and grow your jewelry collection such as the charms and designs created and crafted by PANDORA. Filipinos can choose from a wide variety of collections spanning decades of exquisite craftsmanship with new beautiful designs created each season with some exclusive charms only available at specific regions.

PANDORA designs, manufactures and markets hand-finished and contemporary jewellery made from high-quality materials at affordable prices. PANDORA jewellery is sold in more than 100 countries on six continents through around 7,400 points of sale, including more than 2,700 concept stores.

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