JBR to mark National Day with performances, attractions and decorations

In celebration of the upcoming 48th National Day

Activities on The Walk at JBR are promised to be family-friendly and free of charge
Activities on The Walk at JBR are promised to be family-friendly and free of charge

Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR), will be overhauling with a host of National Day-related activities and decorations.

Running from 6:30pm on December 2, the beachfront hotspot will offer a number of cultural activities during its eponymous #WOWJBR festival.

JBR will provide Ayala dance performances, calligrapher experiences, falconer photo opportunities and a multitude of decorations.

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More than 1,000 flags and Arabic-related decorations are set to adorn the 1.2 km promenade, along with a series of pop-up Majlis areas – a traditional Arabic entertainment parlour.

Activities on The Walk at JBR are promised to be family-friendly and free of charge.

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