On December 2, 2022, the UAE will commemorate its 51st National Day, a public holiday observed by all citizens. UAE National Day is observed annually on December 2 to commemorate the country’s formal establishment and the beginning of The Emirates’ federal unification in 1971. Here is all the information you require regarding the UAE’s 51st National Day festivities, as highlighted by Arabian Business.

Dubai will begin by providing free parking to locals and guests who travel throughout the emirate to observe National Day in 2022. Users won’t need to apply for parking because there won’t be any fees during the holiday, but multistory parking lots are still not covered by this rule. Furthermore, the police forces in Abu Dhabi, Ajman and Umm Al Quwain are offering generous discounts on traffic fines up to 50% which can be paid on the police websites or via the Ministry of Interior app.

In line with other parts of the country, Dubai and Abu Dhabi will set off fireworks to mark the UAE’s National Day. On December 2, the UAE’s skies will be illuminated by fireworks from Yas Island in Abu Dhabi to Palm Jumeirah in Dubai. At 9 PM in Global Village, the enthralling fireworks show will take place to commemorate the nation’s success. The fireworks show will also be initiated by Al Seef Dubai, Bluewaters and The Beach, Dubai Festival City Mall, The Pointe, Al Maryah Island and Al Wathba.

Furthermore, for National Day, Infinity des Lumirés in Dubai Mall is offering a fantastic deal that the whole family can take advantage of. Adults can purchase discounted entrance tickets to the 45-minute experience from November 30 through December 4 for just Dhs99, while children (under the age of 13) can enter for just Dhs49. In the current exhibition, “Raise Vibration,” classic pieces by Gaudi, Kandinsky, and Klee are combined with poetic symphonies from various genres.

And last but not least, enjoy the traditional Emirati delicacies including saffron seafood soup, lamb harees, margoga and the sweet luquaimat. Moreover, Monno, a restaurant proudly owned by Emiratis, will offer a limited-edition UAE flag pizza made in authentic Neapolitan fashion. Black olives, fresh rocket, and creamy mozzarella fior di latte from Naples are among the toppings. The price of the delectable pizza is Dhs50 per pizza, and it is only available for one day for lunch and dinner at Monno.

Whether you are a resident or the citizen of the UAE, we are sure that you proudly consider the Emirates as your home. So on this occasion, we would like to congratulate everyone on the 51st National Day of the Nation. Let’s look forward to what more amazement the Emirates has in store for us.