The weekend has arrived, bringing with it a plethora of exciting activities across the UAE. Here's your guide to the top experiences:

Embark on a luxurious journey with the Burj Al Arab tour, available from June 15 to 20, daily between 10am and 7pm. These 60-90 minute tours include a buggy ride, refreshing beverages, and a tour through the hotel's opulent spaces. Enjoy panoramic views, traditional Gahwa, and dates. Choose from packages like the Golden Coffee with Camel Milk for Dh399, a Two Adult Tour with a Mezze Platter for Dh949, or a special Eid tour with a branded wool shawl for Dh374.

Join Malhaar Centre for Performing Arts in honoring Bollywood composer RD Burman with 'Oh Pancham!' on June 15 at 7.30pm at Emirates International School Auditorium, Dubai. This tribute, featuring Dubai's prodigy Sreeyanka Banerjee and RJ Gaggan Mudgal, explores Burman’s fusion of Indian Ragas and folk tunes. Tickets are available on Platinumlist.

Relive the magic of GREASE with MTDXB's community theatre group at Hartland International School, running until June 15. Experience the high school nostalgia with over 50 UAE-based performers and classic hits performed by a live 10-piece band. Tickets are Dh150 for general admission and Dh500 for a group of four.

Indulge in Zest's La Domenica Italiana, a Sunday brunch from 12.30pm to 3.30pm at One&Only The Palm. Savor a communal Italian feast with antipasti, pasta, main dishes, and desserts, starting from Dh350 per person.

Visit The Petshop's interactive Garfield experience at Nakheel Mall, Dubai, from June 14 to 18. Enjoy gifts, giveaways, and a digital game, 'Pin the Right Tail,' for prizes and discounts. Located in front of Waitrose, this event is ideal for families and pet lovers.

Savor the Palace High Tea at Bayt, available from 2pm to 6pm at Palace Downtown. Enjoy a selection of treats, teas, and coffees with panoramic views for Dh190 per person.

Celebrate Kishmish's 2nd anniversary with a special 'Taste of Afghanistan' menu at Kishmish Mirdif. Explore authentic Afghan dishes like mantu, ashak, and chapli kabab, priced at Dh185 per person, inspired by chef-owner Iman Nazemi’s heritage.