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Your guide to Dubai Marina
All About Dubai Marina
Dubai Marina is a luxurious, purpose-built canal city revered as one of the United Arab Emirates’ most iconic attractions. It offers a unique juxtaposition between the buzz of a big city, with its soaring, modern skyscrapers, and the laid-back lifestyle of a beachfront community. Situated along a three-kilometre stretch of Persian Gulf shoreline, Dubai Marina’s dazzling beaches, such as Jumeirah Beach Residence and Marina Beach, serve as hubs for swimming, jet skiing, and wakeboarding.
The chic waterfront district is alive with shopping and dining options. Dubai Marina Mall’s more than 100 stores span the gamut from fashion to luxe housewares. Sprinkled throughout the marina, you’ll find numerous art galleries showcasing works from homegrown and international artists. The spectacular city lights illuminate the marina in the evenings, creating a grand backdrop for the nightclubs, rooftop bars, and trendy lounges that animate Dubai Marina throughout the night.
The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Dubai Marina
Locals line the beaches in the summer months, but visitors should bear in mind that the season’s extreme temperatures and high humidity can be challenging for those not used to these conditions. From late autumn to spring, Dubai generally experiences balmy temperatures, making conditions ideal for sauntering around the marina, spending the day at the beach, or getting out on the water for some paddleboarding or kayaking. It’s also a good time to explore the Dubai Marina’s year-round pop-up markets, where you can find items ranging from clothing and jewellery to juicy Persian dates. In March, the Dubai International Boat Show draws a glamorous crowd to watch the luxury yachts offshore. Whenever you visit, you’ll need to pack an extra layer, because the majority of buildings here are air-conditioned.
Top things to do in Dubai Marina
Dubai Marina Walk
Stretching along the Dubai Marina beachfront, this palm-tree-lined paved walkway is dotted with hundreds of outlets and dozens of restaurants. It is the core of the neighborhood’s chic lifestyle, and you can spend several days wandering down the bustling route, perusing high-end shops and indulging in cuisines from around the world. In the evenings, the opulent skyline illuminates the marina, and the dazzling reflections of city lights bounce off the water.
Jumeirah Beach boasts pearl-white sand and turquoise waters, creating an exceptional backdrop for beachgoers and water sports enthusiasts. Soaking up the Arabian sun, swimming, paddleboarding, and jet skiing are all popular pastimes in and around the calm Persian Gulf waters. There is also a variety of beachfront dining options, from five-course tasting menus to hearty Moroccan tagines.
“The Tallest Block”
The Dubai Marina is home to what is known as “the tallest block.” These residential skyscrapers between Jumeirah Beach and Dubai Media City Park comprise the tallest complex of skyscrapers in the world, with each building soaring over 300 metres. Set apart, the futuristic, twisting Cayan Tower stands more than 304 metres tall.