happenings this month Around Jumeirah
Around Jumeirah
Updated on 03 July 2019

The latest restaurant and bar offers, club nights, events and activities this month

What to eat
Tania's Teahouse
Umm Suqeim

This new teahouse is a must visit for those perfect Instagram worthy shots, while the menu features a huge variety of innovative teas like the Don’t Chai This At Home or Dat Cookie, Dough Latte. www.taniasteahouse.com

Where to shop
O Concept
Jumeirah 1

This glamourous yet edgy boutique is home to an extensive collection of local and international brands. The unique interior is a fusion of 1950’s vibes and modernity with an in-house coffee shop and pop-up events. www.oconceptstore.ae

What to do
Kayak Tour of Palm Jumeirah
Palm Jumeirah

Paddle the beautiful waters for stunning views of the Atlantis, Burj Al Arab and the iconic Burj Khalifa on this two-hour tour all upon a comfy kayak. Prices starting at Dhs 230 for a single kayak and Dhs 345 for double. www.seayou.ae

Where to party
LIMA lounge
The Westin Dubai

This Peruvian joint’s interior is enough for a night out. Visit on Thursdays during ‘Urban Jungle’ nights, when the lounge comes alive with drinks, live entertainment, dining and an after-party with DJs. Call 056-5004571.

What to see
Kite beach
Umm Suqeim

Kite Beach is one of Dubai’s favourite community beaches and one of UAE’s friendliest. As part of the 18km Dubai Corniche, this is a laid back and chill section that usually features kite surfers taking on the waves. Though before you’re disappointed to not see as many kites on Kite Beach, know that they are more likely to be seen further down the beach due to updated regulations.

Nevertheless, Kite Beach is the perfect getaway from Dubai’s hustle and bustle. The beach is incredibly easy to find right off Jumeirah Street and parking is readily available, and the beach offers not only stunning views of the waters and the Burj al Arab, but the rubberized running track allows a comfortable walk, jog, or bike ride parallel to the harmonious waves.

The beach also features various food trucks and dining joints. For those seeking a sit-down dining experience, there’s Dubai’s ultimate slider destination and our favourite: SALT,  along with Operation Falafel, and Taqado Mexican Kitchen. Or for quick bites and drinks, there are some laid back, California style kiosks that have some sweet and refreshing offers like Dessert Island, Smart Brat, and Dallmayr.

The beach also features lively activities and events for the whole family. Join in on community volleyball matches at the lit courts or grab your rackets for some beach tennis. You can also take the kids for a thrilling trampoline jumping experience beachside.

Be sure to also check out what the event features are, spanning across art, fitness, and food. Past events have included the huge yoga festival, XYoga Dubai, the Dubai Waterbike Race, and the Flag Garden display.

Finally, what else is a beach for if not swimming? The shallow waters of Kite Beach are safe and clean if you’re taking the kids in for a dip, active lifeguards, and has easily accessible shower and toilet facilities, so no need to worry for the after fun clean up. There are also umbrella and towel rental options too and enough lounge chairs so that you can sit back, relax on your much-needed vacation.

For more information on Kite Beach visit www.kitebeach.ae


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