1. Take Tour on a Cruise
What better way to see the lovely water district through on a boat? You will take on a classic dhow tour of Dubai Marina‘s waterways. The cruise leaves the marina promenade every hour and is available at any time of day. Before moving out to the boundaries of Palm Jumeirah, passengers can rest on their beanbags as the winds blow, revealing the beautiful architecture and sceneries of the region.
The Beach, located across from JBR’s Beach Promenade, is a superb outdoor entertainment area. Its sleek, flat design emphasizes the desirable beachside location, and there are more than 70 shops and restaurants, including Cupagahwa, the residents’ favorite. After shopping for souvenirs at I Love Dubai, go for a swim or a workout in the sand.
Then return to the Mediterranean restaurant for more grilled seafood. The Cheesecake Factory, an American import, serves Greek and mega-burgers. If you want something more, the new Bluewaters Island by Meraas, which includes the world’s second Caesars Palace Dubai and the sophisticated Cove Beach Club, is only a 15-minute walk away.
3. Al Fresco Dining is a fun way to eat.
On the Dubai Marina Walk, there are several alternatives for memorable lunches in the sun. Bateel Café, famed for its gourmet dates, is one of the attractions here. The outstanding European-inspired food and date-based inventions make it the ideal gastronomic stop.
Pier 7 in Dubai Marina, which is close by, has established itself as one of the city’s most elite restaurants. Each story of the cylindrical glass structure next to Dubai Marina Mall houses seven different catering ideas. Simon Rimmer’s the Scene, where British home cuisine reigns supreme, is at the top of the list. You may then continue the celebrations at Pier 7 Cargo or Asia Asia.
4. High-speed flyover above the marina
Simply forget to factor in the marina while calculating the tall building – no, this is not the case in 2016. The world’s longest urban zip-line opened in 2017, and thrill-seekers have been flocking to it since then. Every day of the year, the XLinerun crew flies from a height of 170 meters on one of the Amwaj Towers JBR to the Marina Mall canal on the other side.
This is not a sport for the faint of heart, with participants hitting speeds of up to 80 km/h in the water.
5. Shop for your favorite high-street brands
With a children’s play center, distinctive eateries, and an array of major retailers including H&M, Cos, River Island, and Monsoon, Dubai Marina Mall is a community favorite.
It is a fantastic location to explore and shopping at your leisure when it is busy, especially on weekends. Little Explorers, an educational and entertainment sanctuary for children aged two to seven, is also for families with small children. Street carnivals, outdoor movie festivals, and music festivals are among the seasonal activities hosted outside the mall.