Dubai Marina is the heartbeat of the new Dubai and is the most diligently planned waterfront development. It’s just like a city within a city with a cosmopolitan and free-spirited atmosphere. The seven-kilometer long palm tree-lined walking path alongside the emerald waterway attracts the visitors. Dubai Marina Mall is fairly modest by Dubai’s own lavish standards, yet the extensive range of stores on offer won’t disappoint.
Downtown Dubai is the most prestigious square flanked by superlative structures and the busiest tourism center point, home to the skyscrapers including loft Burj Khalifa with its observation deck, and the dancing Dubai Fountain fascinates the people to watch music and light shows. The sprawling Dubai Mall offers global fashion brands and enjoys a chic cafe scene at Emaar Boulevard. Also located in that area is Dubai Opera which hosts a wide variety of shows coming from performers around the world.
The tree-shaped Palm Jumeirah island is known for glitzy hotels, posh apartment towers and upmarket global restaurants. Food trucks offering snacks like shawarma dot the Palm Jumeirah Boardwalk, popular for its views of the Dubai coastline and the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab hotel. Beach clubs with spas and infinity pools turn into boisterous nightclubs with live DJs in the evening.
Jumeirah Beach Residence
Jumeirah Beach Residence (also known as JBR) is a 1.7 kilometres long, gross floor area waterfront community located against the Persian Gulf in Dubai Marina in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is a residential development and contains 40 towers (35 are residential and 5 are hotels). JBR can accommodate about 15,000 people, living in its apartments and hotel rooms. JBR has a total of six residential blocks, Shams, Amwaj, Rimal, Bahar, Sadaf and Murjan (in order from east to west).