happenings this month Around Marina, JLT & Jebel Ali
Around Marina, JLT & Jebel Ali
Updated on 08 August 2019

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

What to do
Camel Ride on the Beach
JBR The Walk

At the top of every Dubai bucket list is a camel ride. Next, comes a walk along the JBR Walk. Combine the two with a camel ride along the JBR Walk and you’re onto a winner. 

Where to shop
Aldo
Marina Mall

For all your accessory needs, check out the international retailer of footwear, leather goods and accessories, Aldo. Catering to both men and women, Aldo offers only the best! www.aldoshoes.com/uae

Where to eat
Shades
Address Dubai Marina

Enjoy a chill-out at Shades. With an outdoor venue, a mouthwatering selection of grills and a la carte options, this Mediterranean-Far Eastern fusion restaurant is the ideal place to dine and unwind. Call 04-8883444.

Where to party
Tribeca
Ocean View Hotel

Tribeca is a cool lounge bar that serves up classic beverages as well as signature cocktails. For a little something different, scope out local talent on Sunday evenings with the bar’s open mic night. www.tribeca.ae

What to see
Dubai by Speedboat with Splash Tours
Dubai Marina

Dubai is a sensory experience. Along with the incredible smells of the city and the wonderful sounds, the city really is a sight to behold. With a number of ways to see the city - by car, walking and even a bird's eye view at the top of Burj Khalifa, there’s nothing quite like seeing it through the water. Combining the thrill of a speedboat adventure with the marvels of Dubai’s beaches and architecture, speedboat tours are an unmatched experience. It won’t all be a speedy tour though, the boat will come to a halt to let you take it all in!

Set sail through the Dubai Marina, an artificial canal city that is home to luxury yachts and hotels as you embark on a journey through some of Dubai’s most spectacular sights. One of the sights is The Burj Al Arab which you will see from a rare angle. The Burj Al Arab was coined as the world’s first seven-star hotel. It is currently listed as the third tallest hotel in the world and is designed to resemble the sail of the ship. The Burj Al Arab’s helipad has attracted a tonne of media attention worldwide with Tiger Woods, Andre Agassi, Ronan Keating and many more celebrities being featured on it.

Another spot worth noting is the Palm Jumeirah, an artificial collection of islands formed into the shape of a palm tree. Home to a number of luxury hotels, the Palm Jumeirah also plays host to the Atlantis The Palm hotel, which contains the world-famed Aquaventure Waterpark. Palm Jumeirah is among only a few islands which is actually visible from space to the naked eye and it took a whopping 32 million cubic meters of sand to build. Life vests and water will be distributed on the tour by experienced guides.

Call 04-3626277.

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