Dubai does not advertise itself as a beach vacation destination. Even though visiting beaches while in Dubai is a worthwhile pastime. Falling in Simply because it’s in an extremely hot temperature zone is reason enough to give it a try. Fortunately, the city has invested in several lovely seaside public spaces. They come along with a variety of activities, dining options, and places to rest. So come soak yourself in the ray gratis!
1. La Mer Beach
Imagine the lively coastal village of your fantasies when you close your eyes. If you like glistening blue seas, silky white sand, palm-tree-lined walkways, La Mer is for you. Apart from that, it’s a hip dining and shopping destination in and of itself. Indulge yourself in fast food beside the beach.
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Enjoy the vistas of quaint-yet-cool beach huts, funky street art and twinkling fairy lights feature.
On the other side, you can always gaze back and see the Dubai skyline, which includes the world-famous Burj Khalifa. Swimming in the water is definitely possible, even in January.
2. Kite Beach
One of the first things you should do is visit Jumeirah Kite Beach. It has everything from a jogging track to basic gym equipment, as well as a variety of cafes and restaurants. You may visit Umm Suqeim and take a wonderful selfie or photograph with this stunning tower in the background. At the beach, there are also unique selfie spots where you can get a better view of the structure.
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3. Jumeriah Beach
Jumeirah Shore is certainly one of Dubai’s most renowned beaches. It’s home to the Burj al Arab, the world’s only 6* hotel, which is visible from the beach. Despite the fact that you cannot enter the hotel, you are free to enjoy the view of the sail-shaped structure. Snag yourself a prime spot on the sand, then spend the day drinking in the superb Ain Dubai views.
4. Al Mamzar Beach
Mamzar is a peaceful beach location with five beaches and a park. Generally used by families and has bathrooms, changing rooms, shower rooms, restaurants, a barbeque area, and swings. The admission charge to the park is 5 AED. You can pay using an NOL card. Mondays are for women alone! It’s called to be one of the cleanest beaches, with white sand and turquoise sea, according to some reports.
5. Al Sufouh Beach
Because this beach is a bit difficult to discover, it is largely visited by Dubai expats. Because there are no amenities on the beach, pack everything you need! It’s a great area to get away from the throng, but you’ll need a car to get there. Because the seas are shallow at first, the beach is ideal for families. There are no amenities or eateries here, as befitting the name “hidden beach,” so bring plenty of supplies.