At the end of August, residents and guests of the UAE will be able to join the celebration of one of the most significant dates in Islam — the celebration of Eid Al Adha, the Festival of sacrifice that commemorates Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son to Allah.
This year the festival will begin on August 22, in Wednesday, which means a long four-day weekend for the residents of the UAE. The celebration will traditionally begin the evening before the very date of Eid Al Adha.
Throughout the world, several days during which Eid Al Adha is celebrated, become a center of fun and entertainment. In honour of the holiday in Dubai and other UAE cities, festive events are traditionally held, which include music events, various festivals and colourful luxurious celebrations with fireworks.
These days it is customary to organize lavish festivities, gather in a family circle at a plentiful table, arrange various entertainment events, go to each other’s house with congratulations. Even guests of the country who do not belong to the Islamic religion will be able to join the holiday and feel its exciting and hospitable atmosphere, try a lot of delicious treats.
Also, guests will undoubtedly be attracted by the fact that large malls and small shops in honour of the holidays offer visitors discounts and gifts, as well as a wide variety of activities. Every year millions of visitors from different countries come to the country, joining the celebration.