happenings this month 4 things to do at The Beach, JBR this month
4 things to do at The Beach, JBR this month
Updated on 30 July 2017

The Beach is an outdoor complex set against the blue waters of the Arabian Gulf. In addition to access to the beach, a 600m running track and fully-equipped outdoor gym, the space also offers shopping, entertainment and dining options. This summer, here’s what you can do at The Beach:

1. Shop at the indoor market

The venue’s iconic al fresco market has moved indoors but you’ll still be able to buy authentic trinkets, accessories, jewellery, one-of-a-kind pieces from independent artisans and a wide selection of homemade treats. Plus, the Brass and Haagen Dazs will offer the perfect pit stop for a quick pick-me-up before you continue exploring the market. The market is in an air-conditioned white tent by Pots Pans & Boards in the south area of The Beach. Open from 10am to 10pm from Saturday to Wednesday and from 10am to 12am on Thursdays and Fridays.

2. Watch a movie at the Director’s Lounge 

Ditch the regular cinema experience for Roxy Cinema’s Director’s Lounge. Touted the ultimate big screen experience, you can enjoy the latest movies from your plush recliner seat equipped with a side table and a VIP call button where your personal butler is on call to deliver drinks and snacks. This month, tickets are priced at Dhs 99, making them the lowest premium seats available across the city. www.theroxycinemas.com

3. Dine at one of the beach facing cafes or restaurants

You’ll be spoilt for choice as The Beach is home to over 30 restaurants with cuisines ranging from North African to Chinese and Indian to Japanese. Want to get a taste of Emirati cuisine? Make your way to Seven Sands, a homegrown restaurant that will take you on a cultural journey through the seven emirates. 

4. Shop till you drop

You can find literally anything you want at The Beach. From sports to designer clothes, homeware, souvenirs and beauty products…this place has it all. Credit cards at the ready!

Location:

The Beach is located in Dubai Marina opposite JBR and between the Hilton and Sheraton hotels.

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