A few weather facts…
The most pleasant period to visit and travel around UAE is during winter season which runs from October to March the weather is moderate and pleasant making it ideal to go for sightseeing Tour or indulge in outdoor activities.
The spring and autumn months are also great times to visit United Arab Emirates (UAE). Spring months are from March to May when the temperature begins its steady climb towards the summer peaks and autumn months starts from September as temperatures begin to fall steadily.
Whether you’re in the mood for a family day out at the beach or at a theme park, or maybe just looking for nice “Al fresco” dining venues, here are a few helpful tips to help you plan your stay!
Best public beaches and marinas around town!
Offering Riviera-style living in a modern aesthetic setting, Dubai Marina by Emaar is one of the first and largest of its kind waterfront developments in the region. With a total development area of 50 million sq. ft, Dubai Marina has a large canal spanning 3.5 km offering access to the sea from both ends.
Dubai Marina features several high-rises with luxury apartments as well as villas set against the backdrop of the Marina. With yachts moored along the Marina and some of the city’s best dining, entertainment and leisure facilities, Dubai Marina is the first choice for the stylish and sophisticated. There are ten districts each developed as a distinct community. The Dubai Marina Walk, which lines the waterfront, has a selection of cosmopolitan restaurants. A key component is the Dubai Marina Mall complex which comprises the Dubai Marina Mall, a shopping and entertainment destination; The Address Dubai Marina, a 5-star premium hotel with serviced residences; and Marina Plaza – an exclusive commercial tower; and the adjacent Pier 7 Dubai Marina, a multi-story tower dedicated to diverse cuisines.
Situated in the heart of Dubai’s Mini Seyahi district, the Dubai International Marine Club is home to a first-rate marina offering high quality facilities available for incoming vessels. With free Wi-Fi for members, three luxurious restaurants and lounges, basement and valet car-parking and a full-service yard, DIMC is equipped for a voyager’s every need. The Marina is also perfectly situated for holiday-makers looking to explore Dubai’s array of natural wonders, including the World Islands and the Palm Jumeirah, or those looking to adventure further afield to neighboring Emirates such as Abu Dhabi or Ras Al-Khaimah.
Set against the fresh blue waters of the Arabian Gulf, The Beach JBR embodies urban living at its sunny best – the latest entertainment, movie theatre, delicious cuisine, watersports, a 600m running track, a fully equipped outdoor gym that offers classes and some of the city’s best and most unique shops – you really can have it all. Since its launch, The Beach has also used its 300,000 square feet to set the benchmark for fantastic events for each person in Dubai – from residents to tourists, from foodies to b-boys – everyone has a home at The Beach.
La Mer is one of the latest projects from Meraas, the developer behind the likes of The Beach at JBR, Boxpark, and City Walk – as well as the brand-new Al Seef cultural district located between Pearl Jumeirah and Jumeirah Bay, La Mer spans a whopping 13.4 million square feet of existing and reclaimed land. The destination is made up of three areas: La Mer South, La Mer North, and The Wharf.
The areas you can check out right now are La Mer South and La Mer North, which will have more than 130 shops, cafes and restaurants. The Wharf, which will have its own waterpark, surf park and cinema, is scheduled to open this year. Open daily from 10am until midnight, La Mer at Jumeirah 1 is easily reachable using public transport. The easiest way to get there is by taxi. If you’d like to drive, underground self-parking and valet parking are also available.
Another way to enjoy the golden sands of Dubai than by eating al fresco. With only a couple of months left before the weather gets too hot for most of us to handle, why not make the most of the last rays of sun and get yourself down to the shore. Kite Beach is a great spot for a walk, a run, or even a game of volleyball. And the best bit? When you’ve had enough physical exertion, you can pick up some fantastic food. Whether you want to take a stroll with a tub of frozen banana or sit on top of a shipping container with a tasty burger in hand, the stretch of coastline will deliver.