Visit sun-soaked cafés and shops along a promenade
For a taste of an idyllic beachside lifestyle make your way down to The Beach opposite JBR (Jumeirah Beach Residences) – a relaxed district with restaurants, hotels, lounges and plenty of family-friendly entertainment. The bustling cosmopolitan area is like a sunny beach resort that's open for all, with a contemporary Arabian touch. Easily accessible from anywhere in Dubai, visitors can enjoy the water, sample a range of eateries and marvel at the fleet of supercars on show.
An island paradise with hotels, restaurants and Ain Dubai
Located off the waters of Dubai Marina area, Bluewaters Island is split into different areas across residential, retail, leisure and entertainment, hotels and beach clubs. The record-breaking Ain Dubai or ‘Dubai Eye’ is the centrepiece of the lifestyle destination, which is home to more than 200 retail and dining concepts.
La Mer is an urban beachfront destination that combines sun and sand with shopping and style. With turquoise waters, white sands and funky murals, the leisure locale brings a splash of colour to the surrounding Jumeirah neighbourhood. The development boasts a modern industrial aesthetic and features a buzzworthy selection of shops, cafes, restaurants and beach activities for you to enjoy. In 2023, La Mer is set to unveil many new-to-Dubai venues. Soon, you can make your way to internationally-acclaimed beach clubs like Sirene Beach by Gaia and Bâoli while here, among other spots that promise elevated seaside experiences.
Visit a 360-degree observation deck at Dubai’s iconic Palm Jumeirah
Enjoy incomparable views of one of Dubai’s most talked about landmarks at The View at The Palm. Located 240m high, the observation deck presents never seen before 360-degree panoramas of Palm Jumeirah alongside the sparkling waters of the Arabian Gulf and Dubai skyline in the distance. The View at The Palm is located on level 52 of The Palm Tower, which also houses a café, a creative exhibition, interactive aquarium-themed tunnels and a gift shop. To further elevate your sky-high sightseeing experience while here, step up to The Next Level – at 250m above ground, the private, barrier-free space is the island's highest vantage point.
An archipelago just off the coast of Dubai, The World is made up of several manmade islands designed to resemble the world map. Covering approximately 232km of shoreline, there are a total of 260 islands grouped under seven sets that represent different continents. It is best known for its debut destination, The Island Dubai on the beaches of Lebanon – a laidback complex with restaurants, pools, chalets, watersports activities and entertainment spaces.