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Al Seef offers daily shopping and dining deals - Dubai Summer Surprises

Throughout Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) 2018, from 28 June to 25 August, Al Seef - a bustling 1.8-kilometer waterfront promenade by Dubai Creek - is ramping up the excitement with unmissable shopping and dining offers, and entertainment for the whole family.

From a raft of fun activities for the little ones to incredible discounts of up to 60 percent at retail and F&B outlets, the Creekside destination offers something for everyone this shopping season.

With the football madness in full swing, Al Seef has prepared a packed evening schedule of football-themed entertainment, including balloon artists, bubble shows, and zorb performers. To add to the fun, football props, cut-outs for fun photo sessions as well as themed dance performances for kids, bubble machines and much more to delight visitors of all ages.

If that’s not enough, every Friday during DSS, the destination is also hosting a party for children with games and DJ.

After a long day of trawling Al Seef’s retail outlets for the latest bargains, hungry shoppers can choose from a wide variety of eateries and cuisines. Apart from the stalwarts of Dubai’s culinary scene, including Times of Arabia and La Marquise, the destination features a selection of new F&B outlets, such as period Egyptian-themed restaurant Khofo, popular American burger joint Five Guys, and Indian fusion bistro Mitra and many more.

Time: Shopping and Dining: Every day from 10am to midnight
Parking: Available
Location: Located close to the Al Fahidi Historical District, the destination invites people to rediscover the heart of the city, where local fishermen, pearl-divers, weavers and tradesmen once came to trade.

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