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New hotspots on Palm Jumeirah

Mon, August 24, 2020

The iconic Palm Jumeirah is a must-see landmark in Dubai. There's always something new to try on the island, so we've rounded up a few of our favourites.

The iconic Palm Jumeirah is a must-see landmark in Dubai. There's always something new to try on the island, so we've rounded up a few of our favourites.

1

WHITE Beach

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Enjoy private island vibes at WHITE Beach, the brand new seafront restaurant and beach club at Atlantis, The Palm. A popular stage for heavyweight performers during the winter season, this venue also promises guests Instagram-worthy sights. Choose a sunbed by the waves or take a seat on the open-air terrace, each suited to quality relaxing. With weekend brunches, ladies' specials on Tuesdays and memorable day-to-night Mediterranean menus, it's quickly becoming one of Dubai's most happening destinations.
2

Nakheel Mall

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Bringing fabulous shopping and dining experiences to the heart of Palm Jumeirah, Nakheel Mall is the place to be. With more than 300 outlets under one roof, shoppers can find an assortment of international brands and homegrown labels to choose from, along with family-friendly activities such as the 4,000sqft indoor trampoline park, Trampo Extreme. Sample memorable flavours at its many food spots, including the pretty Saya Caffe with its floral walls and fusion-filled menu.
3

Depachika Food Hall

Not your ordinary food court, Depachika Food Hall at Nakheel Mall brings together a curated mix of gourmet eateries for food-wise visitors. Sit down for wholesome bites at Lime Tree Cafe and Greek dishes at Kilikio by Mythos, or shop speciality cheeses, chocolates and more from onsite retailers. The name and concept come directly from Japan's popular basement level food markets such as Daimaru Tokyo and Isetan Shinjuku in Tokyo.
4

Andaz Dubai The Palm

Hyatt brings its world-famous Andaz concept to Dubai for the first time, adding to Palm Jumeirah's luxurious hotel offerings. The five-star property embraces the city's multicultural personality, blending Emirati heritage with modern indulgences. See works by local artists decorating the walls, along with culinary stops that reflect the city’s eclectic style. Health-wise foodies will love The Locale, a casual neighbourhood eatery, while Hanami serves a taste of Tokyo's cosmopolitan streets in an edgy setting.
5

Vuvuzela

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If you're a sports fan looking to catch a big game during your visit, Dubai has plenty of options to choose from. However, you won't want to miss the home-style vibes at Fairmont The Palm's Vuvuzela. Food lovers will find a menu suited to their tastes, while sports enthusiasts can sit back in a leather armchair and catch international football, rugby and cricket matches on the lounge's many screens.
6

Paradise Beach Club

Mexico has arrived on the shores of The Palm at Paradise Beach Club in Rixos The Palm. Colourful and laidback, it's the perfect spot to soak in the sun along a private stretch of beach or take a dip in the pool. Weekday walk-ins are free, though on Mondays women can enjoy drinks and a food platter for AED100. Be sure to check out their Saturday brunch package, which includes sea, sun and unlimited bites. Combine your beach day with a blissful massage at the resort's Anjana Spa for the ultimate 'me time' treat.

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