Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, the must-visit destination in The Dubai Mall showcasing the marvels of the aquatic world, is heralding Chinese New Year 2016 with exciting new additions to its family and a spectacular underwater show with an eastern twist.
Held on the first full-moon night of the lunar year, the Lantern Festival is commonly regarded as one of the most important and romantic festivals in Taiwan. The festival is celebrated with lantern making, lantern riddle games, and displays of glittering decorative lanterns. The traditional festival food are glutinous rice dumplings with sweet or savory stuffings called Tangyuan that comes in many different choices of flavors. Sesame, peanut, red bean paste and minced pork are the most common and popular flavors, while new flavors such as taro, green tea, and sweet osmanthus preserves have also been attracting fans in recent years.
A spectacular evening of Couture and Bridal wear awaited fashionistas at 'The Ajman Palace Hotel Wedding Fair'. Featuring an impressive line-up of fashion designers from the UAE as well as India’s foremost couture designer Ritu Kumar, the show was opened by world-famous Emirati Fashion Designer Mona Al Mansouri (2014 United Nations Goodwill Ambassador).
Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island Resorts are counting down to the first annual Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island Annual Kite Fest, to be held on Friday 19 February, 2016 on the beach adjacent to the Desert Islands Resort & Spa by Anantara.
Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi invites guests to take part of the annual Chinese New Year celebrations on 7 February 2016. This year, the hotel welcomes the Year of the Monkey with a myriad of colourful festivities commencing the lunar year.