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Exploring Jumeirah Beach

Jumeirah Beach covers the middle section of the strip of sand in Dubai and is now a top draw to the city. Pockmarked with some of the best hotels in the world, including the ‘seven-star’ Burj Al Arab and the Al Qasr Madinat Jumeirah, it oozes style and has the addition of reliable sun for much of the year, making it especially popular with visiting Europeans escaping the harsh winter.

It is a diverse area, with Europeans, Filipinos and Indians living in little enclaves of residential districts behind the beach. Beautiful villas abound and there is a large, luscious park near the beach, together with the Jumeirah Beach Residence's the Walk. The rest of the city is fairly close at hand, with the marina to the south and the downtown and Bur Dubai areas to the north.

Sights nearby

After the introduction of the Palm Islands, the whole beachfront of Dubai has become developed and there are a number of attractions close to the sand. The Burj Al Arab hotel is a sight in its own right and has the Wild Wadi Park in front of it. You can also go skiing at Ski Dubai or check out Islamic forms at the Jumeirah Mosque.

Ski Dubai
Located at the Mall of the Emirates is one of the world’s largest covered ski parks. It was a first for the roasting Gulf region and Ski Dubai is now a big hit with locals and visitors looking to have fun on the slopes, as well as to escape the incessant summer heat outside. There are five trails here, from beginner to advanced (including a black-diamond run), along with a snow park. The park comes complete with a ski lift system, lessons and also a couple of cafés. There’s a metro stop right at the mall, which itself boasts the five-star Kempinski Mall of the Emirates hotel.

Wild Wadi
The Wild Wadi Water Park sits in front of the amazing Burj Al Arab hotel and is a great alternative to the beach when it is just too hot. It features all sorts of watery activities for the little ones and for bigger kids, including high water slides, rides, wave pools, swimming holes and waterfalls. There’s good casual eating here, too, and a bus stop right out front.

Jumeirah Mosque
For a slice of culture, also near to Jumeirah Beach is this massive mosque. As the biggest, most elaborate mosque in town, it is a popular tourist attraction and is better in a way than visiting the more traditional Grand Mosque since non-Muslims are allowed to enter. Despite being modern-built, Jumeirah Mosque displays all the fascinating elements of Islamic architecture with special Arabic calligraphy inside.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

There is a large number of tourist resort hotels along Jumeirah Beach Road and points of interest such as the Dubai Marina and Palm Islands. These are typically well endowed with high-end restaurants, cafés, coffee shops and bars and are usually the best bet for dining. Jumeirah Beach Hotel also has a classy cocktail lounge. There are big malls here, too, such as the Mall of the Emirates, while Sheikh Zayed Road has further options.

Public transport

Jumeirah Beach stretches for several miles, while the Jumeirah area itself goes back a few blocks. There is no metro access this far down, with the Red Line running the length of Sheikh Zayed Road, farther back. Jumeirah Road is, however, served by bus and you can buy a day pass that also covers the metro. Some visitors staying at Jumeirah Beach often rent a car.

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