This year, Dubai Shopping Festival celebrates its 26th year with a mega celebration of everything that makes Dubai such a great place to visit, shop, live and play. Each venue participating in DSF adheres to strict health, safety and cleanliness rules with temperature checks taken at all entry points, masks worn at all times, social distancing rules observed and numbers of visitors limited.
HIGHLIGHTS OF DSF
(17 Dec 2020 – 30 Jan 2021)
1.Visitors can make the most of over 800 brands that are participating across 3,700 outlets in Dubai with offers of up to 75 per cent off across the city.
2.Enjoying the appeal of being the world’s major retail destination – DSF supports a key sector of Dubai’s economy and its huge attraction to residents and visitors alike. The festival reinforces Dubai’s standing as the leading retail destination and a major draw for shoppers and global brands alike, who view Dubai as a premier location for sophisticated shopping venues and attractive retail opportunities.
3.DSF is featuring seven weeks of incredible performances, funpacked experiences, immersive activations involving leading international brands as well as family-centric events and spectacular celebrations.
4.The goodwill and confidence garnered and generated by Dubai Shopping Festival will pave way for upcoming big events in future. The DSF indeed strengthens Dubai’s much-deserved position as the leading regional hub for festivals and events.
Relaxury, Breakaway Bubbles & Other Travel Trends Of 2021
You know how we would just decide to pack our bags and head out of town for the weekend without thinking twice? Ah the good old days. Well, 2020, we’ve learned our lesson and we’re willing to change. 63% Indians pledge to not take travel for granted in the future.
Looking ahead at 2021, the impact of the pandemic is changing not just our choice of destination but also the type of trips we’re most likely to take in the coming year. New research from Booking.com shows the five emerging trip types for 2021 to motivate and inspire travellers to take a trip (or five) to best fit their newfound travel preference.