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Gorgeous beach where soft and hot sand, turquoise water and splendid skyscraper wall behind perfectly match each other.
Marina Beach (or Beach of Jumeirah Beach Residence) is a resort paradise with hot sand, turquoise water, beach chairs and cocktails along with skyscrapers behind.
Photo © Guilhem Vellut
Jumeirah Beach Residence is located in the district of the same name with luxurious hotels, residential houses and 2-kilometer promenade with different restaurants and cafes. It gives a possibility to live on the seashore all year round and have all the blessings of civilization.
Photo © Thomas Bunton
Beach entrance is free and it is open around-the-clock. Anyone who feels like luxuriating for a while near the pool, boat riding or water skiing can do it here. There is a children's playground, trampolines and water slides on the beach. Renting of a beach chair and umbrella costs 110 dirhams ($30), shower - 1 dirham ($0.3). WC and changing stall are free.
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Ride a camel on Marina Beach
Ride on the traditional local "transport" - a camel, which is here called the God`s gift to the Bedouins. It`s very calming experience.AED 20024
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Marina Beach on the mapLocation: Dubai Marina
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