Unleash your inner Picasso and head to Ceramic Cafe

Unleash your inner Picasso and head to Ceramic Cafe for your next date night in Dubai! The cosy cafe lets you paint anything on display, from small animal figurines to mugs and vases. On top of that, they also serve really good food! 

Cost: Prices vary depending on what you paint
Where: Ceramic Cafe, Town Centre

Horeseback riding at Mushrif Park

Start at: Mushrif Park for a relaxing afternoon horseback ride through the desert. There’ll be a guide on hand to point out the wildlife, while you and your special friend (hopefully) gaze longingly into each other’s eyes against a sprawling desert backdrop. Carrots are provided so you can say ‘thank you’ afterwards to your horse pals. mushrifcentralpark.ae.

Take an abra ride across the Creek

We’re convinced this is the best cruise in the city, and it costs just Dhs1. The Creek is the historic heart of Dubai, which once divided the city into two areas: Deira and Bur Dubai. Until the construction of Al Maktoum Bridge in 1963 – the first bridge in Dubai – the only way to get from one side to the other was in a rickety little wooden boat called an abra. It’s still undoubtedly the most fun (and affordable) way across.

From AED110 you can even go to a DIY Art Studio at Jam Jar Dubai,

From AED110 you can even go to a DIY Art Studio at Jam Jar Dubai,


For the artsy lovers, check out Al Serkal Avenue which is a renovated warehouse area where you can find funky art, galleries, mini museums, theatres and quaint cafes! You don’t have to be a serious art buyer to check out Al Serkal. Al Serkal has exhibitions weekly, they have movie screenings and who knows, you guys would probably sign up for an art/photography class to explore new hobbies. Located in Al Qouz.