Showcasing local art, culture and cuisine, a two-week Arabic Festival opened today at the Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel Dubai. The opening ceremony was held at the magnificent Kris restaurant that is the hotel’s signature pan-Asian dining outlet. Located on the 19th floor Kris offers panoramic views of the Dubai skyline with a fabulous selection of Asian and Oriental dishes including a wide choice of Arabic delights. A highlight of the inaugural reception was a beautiful art exhibition put together by local artists that was paired with delicious Arabic delicacies and superb live entertainment.
The Arabic Festival serves as a prelude to the activities lined up at Park Regis for the Holy Month of Ramadan. Commenting on the initiative, Scott Butcher, General Manager, Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel Dubai, said, “The Arabic Festival has been organised to give visitors and residents an opportunity to discover and experience the various facets of local heritage and culture including the region’s rich cuisine. Our chefs have been busy putting together an enticing menu of Arabic specialties that will be available at Kris during the next two weeks. In addition, our entire team has been working very hard to create the right mood and ambience for this fiesta. We therefore, invite people to come and have a look and take advantage of the many picture opportunities as well as enjoy the excellent food and art.”
The Arabic Festival will continue at the Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel until 31st May, 2016. The artists exhibiting at the event include Jessica Watson-Thorp, Beena Samuel and Tauseef Al Mulla.