Sharjah's Ramadan shopping festival promises a night of fun, exclusive shopping deals

Sharjah's Ramadan shopping festival promises a night of fun, exclusive shopping deals

Sharjah: The Ramadan Nights shopping festival held at the Expo Centre Sharjah has been drawing crowds. Families are thrilled to enjoy a unique shopping experience, along with other entertainment activities. It has swiftly become the favourite hang out spot to spend the colourful evenings of the Holy month. From locally sourced items to international brands, everything is available under one roof. Moreover, most brands offer spectacular discounts up to 75% to woo customers.

Besides, the visitors can enjoy various entertaining and cultural events. The Iftar corner which serves delicious spreads from various cuisines is one of the busiest. Foodies can enjoy the tasty dishes while trying their hands in cooking. There are facilities for the visitors to make donations to the charities. The gaming centre for kids has some interesting consoles.

The heritage village too continues to entertain the visitors with many amazing programs. Mobile museums that give information about indigenous arts, clothes, crafts, traditional medicine, cuisine, ancient coins and fishing have also been arranged.

The organisers claim that the Sharjah Ramadan Festival is the biggest shopping festivals in this area. More than 200 notable retailers and around 25 minor retailers have opened stalls to exhibit their products.

The grand shopping festival is organized by Expo Centre in association with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sharjah (SCCI). The festival centre opens every evening at 5 pm and receives visitors until 1 am.  

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