Showing posts with label National Day Celebration. Show all posts
Showing posts with label National Day Celebration. Show all posts

42nd National Day Celebration Overload

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We loved the Grand Parade at Downtown Dubai. I'm glad that event was held on the 1st of December so we had more chance to further celebrate UAE National Day. We took the kids to DFC to watch the musical fireworks, they also have other events happening in the mall.

Like a fashion show, models clad in stylish Arabian style dresses and abayas,



which you are served with some Arabic coffee while waiting for the models to come out


Arab dances later on


and at the end of the show is a huge UAE flag


Outside, three majlis where loqaimat and ragag are freshly cooked by emarati women and distributed to people who'd like to sample authentic traditional Emarati sweets. My kids love it and it's free for everyone.



Ladies are queuing for free henna



The night was not over yet because the most awaited part of the celebration is the musical fireworks display at the marina accompanied with fire and water show. By 9 pm, the sky was burning with beautiful colorful fireworks





If that kind of celebration won't make you jump on a plane to Dubai on your next holiday, I don't know what will but one thing is for sure, UAE or Dubai has gone beyond belief in taking this country to stardom and making the people happy and proud, locals and expats alike.

Happy 42nd Birthday UAE!


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42nd UAE National Day Grand Parade in Pictures

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Now that Dubai has been crowned as the host city for Expo 2020 and with everyone rejoicing for this victory, ever so proud that Dubai is their home, thousands turn up at at Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard at Downtown Dubai to witness the parade showcasing vibrant and colorful display through themed floats, dances, novelty balloons, camels and horses, drum and lyre bands, all coming from different government entities, schools, private companies, sports club, bikers etc come together to show their support and solidarity that is paralleled to the National Day celebrations.

As we watch in awe, we cannot help but to immerse ourselves in the culture rich event that is unfolding and feel the cheer in our hearts. It was festive and everyone was with a smile on their faces especially the young ones. It lasted two hours and I took hundreds of pictures which I'd like to share the nice ones to you.
















































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