Jumeirah Beach Park, Dubai

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6 B St., South of Al Galah St. 971 4 349 2555

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    Jumeirah Beach (fronting Dubai Marina)

    by machomikemd Written Aug 5, 2013

    This will be my tip of the Jumeirah Beach part in the Dubai Marina Area, Fronting the Jumeirah Beach Residences.

    The Jumeirah beach is the longest beach in Dubai and it stretches from Bur Dubai Area up to the Jebel Ali Area, up to the Boundary to Abu Dhabi. This tip will be along some of the more popular stretches of the Jumeirah Beach.

    first of all, going to the Dubai Marina and to the Jumeirah Brach fronting the Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR) is not part of any city tour of Dubai. Either you go here via taxi or a long walk via the Dubai Marina Metro Station or via RTA Public Bus or via a friend living in dubai. this stretch of Jumeirah beach is more popular for the western expatirates rather than the stretch fronting the Burj Al Arab, which is for western tourists. The view here is more of seeing the persian gulf and parts of the Palm Jumeirah Island Villas and Atlantis (if you have a long zoom lens in your camera) and the best deal here is that they have beach bars and restaurants located beside the beach via the hotels lining the beach like the sheraton and hilton and other commercial establishments.

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    Jumeirah Beach (fronting Burj Al Arab)

    by machomikemd Written Aug 5, 2013

    The Jumeirah beahj is the longest beach in Dubai and it stretches from Bur Dubai Area up to the Jebel Ali Area, up to the Boundary to Abu Dhabi. This tip will be along some of the more popular stretches of the Jumeirah Beach.

    The Jumeirah Beach That Lies before the Burj Al Arab and after the Jumeirah Beach park is easily the most popular for regular sunbathing tourists as this public beach has magnificent views of the Burj Al Arab and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel and has public Changing Rooms and Showers. This is where the City tours have photo stops for gawking tourists like us who want to walk along the beach and take pictures of the sights (and the heavenly bodies too! hehehe).

    This stretch lies parallel along the Jumeirah Beach Road and hosts one of the most expensive villas, houses and commercial areas in Dubai.

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    Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR) at Dubai Marina

    by machomikemd Written Aug 3, 2013

    The Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR) is again a world's first! It is the largest single phase residential development in the world and contains 40 towers (35 are residential and 5 are hotels). The JBR is located in the Dubai Marina Area and lies just after the Palm Jumeirah Islands and besides the tall buildings, It also has the 1 mile long Mall called The Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residences (see my shopping tips) and an ongoing Mall construction called the Beach Mall. This area is the favorite hangout of the Rich Western Expatriates of Dubai and is where majority of the population is composed of Western Expatriates from Europe, North America and Australia.

    You can eat or dine or shop at the walk at JBR or party during the night. Also bathe in the Jumeirah Public Beach in Front of the Area as they have life guards here.

    Bars and Restaurants here opens: 10:00 am to 12:00 midnight everyday with some coffee shops and restaurants open 24/7!

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    The Beach at Jumeirah Beach Residence

    by machomikemd Written Jul 29, 2013

    The Beach at Jumeirah Beach Residence is still undregoing construction and hopefully when I go back to Dubai Next year, it will be finished and I will have pictures and videos inside. This complex lies between the Hilton Hotel and Sheraton Hotel and blocks the jumeirah beach view of the Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residences Area. This still ongoing construction complex is located at the Trendy Dubai Marina Area.

    according to wikipedia:

    The Beach at Jumeirah Beach Residence is a retail complex being constructed on the beach in front of JBR by Meraas Holding, a company owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. The development, comprising four plazas, will occupy the bulk of the beach between the Hilton and Sheraton hotels. The complex will house a number of levels of parking as well as seventy retail and food and beverage outlets, together with entertainment facilities.[7] Construction of the project began in the second half of 2012 and is expected to be completed by the end of 2013.

    under construction will be facing the hilton hotel it will block the beach view of the walk at JBR will block the beach view
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    Jumeirah Beach Road (D94 Road) Night View

    by machomikemd Written Jul 27, 2013

    This will be my Jumeirah Beach Road Day night view tips.

    The most popular road in Dubai is indisputably, the Shiekh Zayed Road, but a close second in popularity is the Jumeirah Beach Road (D 94 Road), which runs Paralles to Shiekh Zayed Road up to the Jumeirah Beach Residences in Dubai Marina, where it merges with Shiekh Zayed Road. The road hosts one of the most luxurious and exclusive neighborhoods in Dubai and it host of a number of luxe shops, hotels, restaurants like the Burj Al Arab, The Madinat Jumeirah, The Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Mercato Mall, Jumeirah Public Beach, Russian Beach to name a few. All City Tours of Dubai, whether the Big Bus Tours, Regular Bus Tours, Private Van Tours pass by this road at daytime to nearby destinations and photo stops in front of the Jumeirah Mosque, Union Flag and Jumeirah Public Beaches.

    You must also see the road a night as it is also colorful and lively.

    according to wikipedia:

    D 94, also known as Jumeirah Road, Jumeirah Beach Road or Al Sufouh Road, is a road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The road runs parallel to Dubai's coast along the Persian Gulf and along E 11 (Sheikh Zayed Road), connecting the sub-localities of Jumeirah (Jumeirah 1, 2 and 3). Once it enters the locality of Al Sufouh, D 94 becomes known as Al Sufouh road. It originates near Dubai Maritime City and the Dubai Dry Docks; and terminates after Jumeirah Beach Residence by turning south and merging with the Sheikh Zayed Road.

    Important landmarks along D 94 include Dubai Dry Docks, Jumeirah Grand Mosque, Mercato Mall, Dubai Zoo, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Wild Wadi Water Park, Burj Al Arab, Madinat Jumeirah and Palm Jumeirah.

    The Jumeirah section of the road underwent a beautification and expansion project in the early 2000s which added an additional lane on both the directions of the road; and increased the greenery and barriers on the road medians.

    The Al Sufouh Tramway is being built along this route to connect Jumeirah and Umm Suqeim with the rest of the Dubai Metro network.

    Address: Jumeirah Beach Road (D94 Road), Dubai
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    Jumeirah Beach Road (D94 Road) Day View

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 27, 2013

    This will be my Jumeirah Beach Road Day view tips. I will have the night view tips with more pictures too.

    The most popular road in Dubai is indisputably, the Shiekh Zayed Road, but a close second in popularity is the Jumeirah Beach Road (D 94 Road), which runs Paralles to Shiekh Zayed Road up to the Jumeirah Beach Residences in Dubai Marina, where it merges with Shiekh Zayed Road. The road hosts one of the most luxurious and exclusive neighborhoods in Dubai and it host of a number of luxe shops, hotels, restaurants like the Burj Al Arab, The Madinat Jumeirah, The Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Mercato Mall, Jumeirah Public Beach, Russian Beach to name a few. All City Tours of Dubai, whether the Big Bus Tours, Regular Bus Tours, Private Van Tours pass by this road at daytime to nearby destinations and photo stops in front of the Jumeirah Mosque, Union Flag and Jumeirah Public Beaches.

    You must also see the road a night as it is also colorful and lively.

    according to wikipedia:

    D 94, also known as Jumeirah Road, Jumeirah Beach Road or Al Sufouh Road, is a road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The road runs parallel to Dubai's coast along the Persian Gulf and along E 11 (Sheikh Zayed Road), connecting the sub-localities of Jumeirah (Jumeirah 1, 2 and 3). Once it enters the locality of Al Sufouh, D 94 becomes known as Al Sufouh road. It originates near Dubai Maritime City and the Dubai Dry Docks; and terminates after Jumeirah Beach Residence by turning south and merging with the Sheikh Zayed Road.

    Important landmarks along D 94 include Dubai Dry Docks, Jumeirah Grand Mosque, Mercato Mall, Dubai Zoo, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Wild Wadi Water Park, Burj Al Arab, Madinat Jumeirah and Palm Jumeirah.

    The Jumeirah section of the road underwent a beautification and expansion project in the early 2000s which added an additional lane on both the directions of the road; and increased the greenery and barriers on the road medians.

    The Al Sufouh Tramway is being built along this route to connect Jumeirah and Umm Suqeim with the rest of the Dubai Metro network.

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    Jumeriah Public Beach Park.

    by IreneMcKay Written Jan 2, 2013

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    Noticed the sign for the public beach park when we were visiting Jumeriah Mosque. There is a paying beach park (small entry fee) and a public one (free). We had a look at the free one. There were showers on the beach and toilets were available, palm trees provided a bit of shade. The beach had a great atmosphere - people were swimming, playing football, riding go-carts, having picnics. There was a kiosk selling drinks and snacks. I noticed some surprisingly philosophical graffitti around. The best bit was the stunning view of Dubai skyline, though, great views towards the Burj Kahlife.

    Get here by number 8 bus.

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    The Park

    by mikey_e Written Nov 28, 2012

    Jumeirah Beach Park has one advantage over Jumeirah Beach: you will be obliged to wear shoes here and thus not burn your feet. The park itself is filled with tropical plants and small playgrounds and picnic areas. When I visited on a Friday morning, it was fairly empty, but I’m certain that it fills up during the weekends, particularly on days when it isn’t too hot to be outside.

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    Jumeirah Beach

    by mikey_e Written Nov 28, 2012

    Jumeirah Beach is, of course, one of Dubai’s biggest selling points. It is a beach with beautiful, soft sand that is generally clean, and the waters of the Persian Gulf can often be of a sparkling blue that will surprise many beachgoers. Nevertheless, Dubai can become so hot and humid that I often wonder about the people who decide that they will come here during the summer: at 50 degrees centigrade and 100% humidity, the soft sand can feel like a burning knife cutting into your feet. Bring beach shoes and Gatorade.

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    Enjoy the beaches

    by Durfun Updated Jan 17, 2011

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    There are two good public beaches: Jumeirah Beach Park in Jumeirah, and Al Mamzar Beach Park north of Dubai Creek.

    Each charge an entrance fee of 5 AED, but the parks are clean & welcoming. There are high towers for the lifeguards to ensure the safety of those playing/swimming in the sea.

    However please note the signs stating no photography is allowed, and you risk prosecution if caught breaking this rule. Also, note that although there are several changing rooms, showers, and sinks, there are no lockers available. Hence, groups out together will put their bags/belongings on the sand with ideally one from the group taking turns in looking after these.

    The beach is lovely indeed, with soft, fine sand, and warm, comfortable waters even during mid January. Views south include the majestic Burj Al Arab, with the skyscrapers of Jebel Ali further away.

    Opening hours: Sun-Wed 0700-2230, Thu-Sat (and Public holidays): 0700-2300
    Monday Ladies Day: 0700-2230

    Entrance gates, with opening times notice Jumeirah Beach Park entrance Landmarks across: Neuro Spinal hospital & Chili's
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    Jumeirah Beach

    by Kuznetsov_Sergey Written Dec 5, 2009

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    Jumeirah Beach is the most famous and popular beach in Dubai. Actually, it is a long stretch of beach on the Arabian Gulf flanked by hotels and private clubs, interspaced by a few public access marine beaches. The Jumeirah beaches have soft white sand that slip into the shallow warm turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf. The beautiful landscape includes palm trees, grassy areas, golden beach and blue gulf water.

    You can watch my 2 min 26 sec HD Video Dubai Jumeirah Beach out of my Youtube channel with Traintafullos - Monoxoe.

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    Jumeirah Beach Hotel

    by Kuznetsov_Sergey Written Dec 5, 2009

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    Jumeirah Beach Hotel is a massive wave-shaped hotel on the shores of the Arabian Gulf. Jumeirah is generally agreed to be one of the most exclusive parts of Dubai and this has led to the use of the Jumeirah name as a brand which signifies exclusivity (e.g. the “Jumeirah Beach Hotel”.
    It is another iconic structure, as well as Burj Al Arab, designed to symbolize Dubai's urban transformation.

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    "The Green Desert" Part 2 - Jumeirah Beach Park

    by JessH Updated May 24, 2009

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    Current reality is that there are hardly any public / open beaches left in Dubai: Villas, Apartment blocks and luxury hotel resorts take-up all the beach space there is; and if you wish to use the beach, you'll have to dig in your pockets for the necessary pennies.

    But there is hope! If your hotel is not on the beach or you live in Dubai and don't have a beach club membership, visit the Jumeirah Beach Park.

    The park was opened in 1989 on 13 hectares of land to be the 1st beach park. Different levels distinguish the park, constituting a group of green hills encompassing recreational and games areas with play grounds, sports fields and BBQ areas.

    This is one of the few beaches that doesn't belong to a hotel, yet still offers greenery, toilets, showers, a small kiosk and those ever-important and authentic palm trees for shade... and you can have a whole day of this sun-kissed bliss for only Dhs 5.- per person!

    "Where's the catch?" you may ask... Well; this park isn't really a well-kept secret, so it gets very full on the weekends (Friday & Saturday). So busy, actually, that especially women may not feel comfortable being gawked at by hoards of men.

    It's best to visit the park on a weekday. (Sunday-Thursday) Residents are at work, so only houseguests & tourists can enjoy the luxury of a quiet day on the beach.

    And ladies, if you want complete peace-of-mind,
    visit the park on a Monday = Ladies Day. Even the staff at the kiosk and the lifeguards are female, so you don't have to worry about being gawked at or hit-on by desperate guys.

    --> Please note that even on a ladies beach, it is FORBIDDEN to be topless. This is still a Muslim country, so please keep your swimsuit on!


    Opening Hours: 08:00am-08:00pm.
    Monday is Ladies Day.

    Entrance Fee: 5 Dirhams per person or 20 Dirhams per car.
    (1 US Dollar = 3.67 Dirhams)

    Different view of Jumeirah Beach Park (Dubai) Towards the car park, Jumeirah Beach Park My point of view, relaxing at Jumeirah Beach Park
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    Jumeirah Beach Park

    by isildur06 Written Oct 11, 2008

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    The easiest way to swim in Dubai is going to this park. Park is nice, has cafes, fast food sort of restaurants, places to change your clothes and showers. Only problem is it is a little crowded and one worries how clean is the sea when there is such a crowd. But sea seemed crystal clear. Only problem is it is so salty and burns your eyes. Bring googles with you. Entrance is for 5 UAE dirhems which is 1-2 US $.

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    Archaelogoical Site At Jumeirah really "Digs"

    by ozibird Updated Aug 4, 2008

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    People free, easy to get to and over 1,000 years old. Reputed to be the main trade route in the Abbasid period along the Arabian coast from Meopotamia (Iraq) to Oman. Remains of 6 or 7 buildings are visible via a level walking path. Shade available, secruity people will give you brochure at gate, entry 7.30am till about noon. Free. Directions, from Beach Road, turn right into Al Athar rd towards Safa Park and 2nd left. Frm Al Wasl rd heading to Safa Park turn Right at Petrol station with Subway/Pizza Hut then Left at T junction - its the big dusty looking block of land with a wire fence around it.

    Worthwhile visit - particularly if you like Museum
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