In a city that’s full of awe-striking buildings, Dubai Marina stands out as the home to some of Dubai’s newest and most fascinating buildings and attractions where visitors can relax in comfort and luxury along the waterfront. Dubai Marina is a relatively new attraction in Dubai. It’s characterised by a dramatic skyline of skyscrapers and residential apartment blocks, and looks particularly impressive when illuminated at night. With many constructions still in development, Dubai Marina is changing all the time but there’s always something for visitors to explore and enjoy. One of the best ways to see Dubai Marina is simply to walk around it. The marina area has been built with several kilometres of walkways, ideal for an afternoon stroll or a moonlight walk after a romantic meal. Throughout the day and night, visitors flock to Dubai Marina for its world-beating selection of restaurants, cafes and shops. There are occasional markets in Dubai Marina as well and it is also popular to hire a yacht to enjoy a cruise around the area.
The Beach & The Walk, Jumeirah Beach Residences
The Beach at JBR is an outdoor complex of shops, cafes, restaurants and public facilities, situated right on the beach. Cafes and restaurants have al fresco terraces overlooking the white sand and blue sea. There's also an enormous outdoor cinema screen facing the beach. Kids can splash in the park and play areas, while adults can use the running track and outdoor gym equipment, not to mention everyone can enjoy the JBR public beach with changing rooms and facilities. The Walk features shopping attractions such as Sauce-on-sea, a boutique featuring local and regional designers, plus a host of international retailers. Another highlight are the outdoor pop-up markets where you can check out stalls offering jewellery, food treats and homewares, as well as take in performances by street entertainers. And don’t miss the adjacent shopping area called The Beach and the open-air cinema.
A colorful beacon adorning Dubai’s spectacular coastline and skyline, residences offer those seeking a new life in the city a culture and an experience that extends beyond the home, not to mention unrivalled views of the world’s largest observation wheel – Ain Dubai. Bluewaters will also be a shoppers’ paradise with close to 200 retail and dining concepts, connected to the shore by a multi-mode transport system providing ease of access to and from the island. A purpose built bridge connects the island with Sheikh Zayed Road, while automated vehicles will transport passengers to Bluewaters from Dubai Metro’s Nakheel Harbour and Towers station. A leisurely walk across a 265-metre pedestrian bridge leads to even more experiences at The beach.
Also known as Infinity Tower before it was inaugurated, is a 306-metre-tall (1,004 ft), 75-story skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates by Cayan Real Estate Investment and Development. The tower is designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill SOM architectural group, the same group who did the concept design for the Burj Khalifa, also in Dubai, and Trump Tower in Chicago. Upon its opening on 10 June 2013, the tower became world's tallest high-rise building with a twist of 90 degrees. This record has since been surpassed by the Shanghai Tower, which opened in February 2015 its also known as shayan tower 2017.
A signature building with seven different restaurants on each of its floors, Pier 7 is a dining destination that celebrates diversity in the art of fine dining. Each floor offers a new adventure in culinary art, with a contrast in tastes, presentation, ambience and style from each establishment. The building's circular design provides stunning views of the city skyline and the Arabian Gulf via wraparound views from each of its seven floors. Diners can choose to dine indoors, or indulge in a unique al- fresco dining experience with spectacular views of the Dubai Marina.