happenings this month Temperatures will be quite low on this Dubai beach
Temperatures will be quite low on this Dubai beach
Updated on 30 July 2017

Dubai’s only private ladies beach, a part of Dubai Ladies Club, is ensuring this summer is a ‘cool’ one. The beach will feature temperature controlled attractions such as an Ice Dome where ladies can enjoy a relaxing beverage or they can choose to cool off in the Snow Spa. Little ones will be kept engaged with ice-inspired games at the children’s play area. And if all you're looking for is Instagram pictures, try the Aqua Swing – an installation that will simulate the sensations of swinging through a waterfall on the beach. Plus, there are food truckers, an inflatable play area for kids, a DJ spinning some tunes and the venue’s signature natural tanning bar. Members enter free or charge. Non-members may purchase tickets at the door or in advance at the standard price of AED 250 (weekends) and AED 185 (weekdays). Open on Fridays and Saturdays from 2pm to 7pm. www.dubailadiesclub.com


 

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