Eid Al Fitr 2021 gift guide: 35 present ideas to suit every budget
From homeware and accessories to beauty products and hampers, these are sure to please any recipient
As Eid Al Fitr approaches, thoughts turn to the gifts that traditionally mark the end of Ramadan.
Whether you're shopping for family, friends or loved ones, we've put together some ideas designed to show how much you care, whatever your budget.
For a gift that is thoughtful and environmentally conscious, why not offer an olive tree? Planted in Palestine by the charity Human Appeal, this will last for generations and help a family raise money by farming olives.
At just Dh76, it is good for the planet and the wallet.
Children will love a bag of KitKat "icon" chocolates, made especially for Ramadan, while foodies will savour treats such as a bundle of artisanal coffee from the UAE's own Raw Coffee Company, or delicious gazelle pastries in a special tasting box by Maison Gazelle at Beldi Bazaar. Or, for a real flavour of Ramadan, why not offer a selection box of filled dates by Forrey & Galland?
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Looking for pretty jewellery? The Saffron Souk and new company Terrasuya have a good array, with very reasonable prices, while those wanting to splurge should look to the likes of Chopard, Tiffany & Co and Damas for something special.
Bloomingdale's, meanwhile, has a charming set of candlesticks by Anna New York that would make a considerate present, while Shopbop has a set of coasters made from slices of stone for Dh313.
Another thoughtful gift is a handmade, beeswax candle by local company Kind By Design. With scents such as vetiver, peony and basil in either glass or pastel ceramic pots, they are almost too good to light.
Beauty fans will appreciate the large array of Hourglass cosmetics products available on Ounass, while Givenchy, Kilian and the local name Emirates Pride all have interesting perfumes, that make perfect presents for loved ones.
Scroll through the gallery above for more gift ideas this Eid Al Fitr.
Updated: April 29, 2021 10:43 AM