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Palm Jumeirah Tours & Activities

About Palm Jumeirah

The majestic man-made archipelago of Dubai, Palm Jumeirah is known all over the world as the synonym of beauty and elegance. The aerial view of this stunning island appears like a huge palm tree, which extends into the vast Persian Gulf. Considered to be the UAE’s first important tourism project, Palm Jumeirah is presently home to many of the major tourist destinations of Dubai including Atlantis, Lost Chambers Aquarium, and Aquaventure Waterpark.

The prime parts of Palm Jumeirah are referred to as Crescent, Spine, Trunk, and Fronds. The entrance part of this place happens to be the huge trunk that forms a bridge between the island and the mainland. Another bridge forms a connection between the Spine and the Trunk. The Crescent part happens to be the breakwater, which is linked with the Spine through a tunnel. The long and beautiful Fronds form the most amazing part of this island destination and its actual beauty can be witnessed by taking an aerial tour over the island in an aeroplane or helicopter. 

In addition to tourist destinations, Palm Jumeirah is also packed with a plethora of upmarket apartments, luxurious villas, lavish resorts, ritzy retails, and royal hotels, which are mainly positioned on the Crescent and Trunk. The place is also dotted with a number of elegant beach clubs and bars, which form the backbone of the bustling nightlife of the entire city. At the present day, this world-class artificial island shelters a vast population of more than 10,000.

How to Reach Palm Jumeirah




The Palm Jumeirah is situated at a distance of about 24 km from the city centre of Dubai and it is directly connected with a number of means of transport to the city. It takes about 30-40 minutes to cover the distance between the island and the city centre. 

By cabs: If you were new to Dubai, then it would be better to book cabs on rent to take you to the island without any inconveniences. 

By Monorail: If you wish to travel by public transport, then the best way to reach the island would be by taking a palm monorail that runs every 15 minutes from 9 AM in the morning to 9:45 PM in the evening. 

Best Time to Visit Palm Jumeirah



The best time to visit the Palm Jumeirah Islands in Dubai is from the month of November to the month of April. January and February are both considered to be the peak tourist season as zillions of tourists come over to Dubai from all over the world to spend their holiday season.

In this time, the island of Palm Jumeirah mostly remains crowded with tourists and there is a slight hike in the prices of everything. If you are planning to come over to Dubai, then it would be better to book your accommodation and flights a bit early to save some bucks.

What Not to Miss at Palm Jumeirah



Check out some of the places that you can visit in the Palm Jumeirah:

Al Ittihad Park
Al Ittihad Park is spread over an area of 1.1 million sq. ft. and happens to be one of the best places to visit in the Palm Jumeirah Island. The park was founded in the year 2012 and was open for public on the 41st National Day celebration of UAE.

This is an eco-friendly designed park that also serves as the focal point of all residents and visitors coming over to the awe-inspiring Palm Jumeirah islands. The park has 3.2 km long walking and jogging track and is home to numerous varieties of indigenous coastal, desert and mountainous plants and trees. 

Timings
: 7 AM to 11 AM
Price: No Entry Fee

The Lost Chambers Aquarium
The Lost Chambers Aquarium is sheltered inside the submerged Atlantis hotel on Palm Jumeirah island. In the present times, the lost chambers aquarium is the centre of tourist attraction in the islands. They are home to a world of various marine life and it is made up of many chambers and lagoons. The aquarium is themed as per the legendary mythical city of Atlantis.

There are more than 65,000 different marine animals in the aquarium that includes creatures like seahorses, sharks, rays, reef fish and many more. Tourists love to take part in various activities being arranged in the aquarium-like snorkelling, aquarium dives, aqua theatre shows, and fish tale tours. It is the best place in the Palm Jumeirah to rejuvenate your soul indulging in the exceptional experience. 

Timings
: 10 AM – 10 PM
Price: INR 2500 per person

Nasimi Beach
Nasimi Beach happens to be a place that is widely held among the tourists who come to the coastline to spend some time with nature. One can go for sunbathing in the sunbeds and wish to relax at any of cabanas to enjoy the host of the Mediterranean cuisine at the beachfront restaurants.

Timings:
10 AM – 8 PM
Price: No Entry Fee

Things to do in Palm Jumeirah




Skydive over the Palm Jumeirah
Skydiving is yet another adventure sport that tourists love to try out. Falling from great heights with a parachute on the back is an incredible experience. You will be given a small introductory lesson on the jump and then you will be flying in an aircraft from which you will jump out as it moves over the islands.

You will dive out of the aircraft moving at a speed of about 120 mph and it is surely an ultimate adrenaline pumping activity to try out. You will see amazing eye-popping views of the surreal Palm Jumeirah island, Dubai Marina and the turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf. 

Timings
: 10 AM – 5 PM
Price: USD 600

Enjoy Sunset Sips at the Penthouse
The penthouse is located on the 16th floor of an Ultra-luxe Five Hotel. This is an adult-only place and offers amazing views of the Dubai Marina Skyline. This is a place known for its amazing offerings such as the penthouse pool session, food and drink vouchers, and massage sessions.

If you are someone who loves to party in the nighttime then come here with your friends and party with the backdrop of a mesmerizing scenery. 

Timings
: 12 PM – 5 AM
Price: AED 420 for two people (approx.) with alcohol

Spy the iconic sights of Dubai
If you have less time to spare in the city of Dubai, then the best way to have a glimpse of the city would be taking a City Circuit Helicopter Tour the departs from the Atlantis. The tour is of 25 minutes and it gives the tourists a bird’s eye view of the Palm Jumeirah, the nearby World Islands, Burj Khalifa and Burj al Arab.

You will surely have a great time flying over the city sighting a number of tourist attractions and heritage corners of the Old Town and Dubai Creek. 

Timings
: 10 AM – 5 PM
Price:Private tour: AED 2,599 and Sharing Tour: AED 649

Other Essential Information About Palm Jumeirah

Interesting facts about Palm Jumeirah



Here is the list of some interesting facts about the Palm Jumeirah, Dubai:

- The Palm Jumeirah is made up of millions of tons of rocks and sand. The foundation of the island is not made from any concrete slabs, however;the rocks are blasted from the nearby mountains to make the foundation of the Jumeirah island. The sand was taken from the bottom of the sea to shape the island. If the total amount of sand used for the construction of the island is put for estimation then a 2 m wide wall could circle the globe three times. 

- The very first section of the Palm Jumeirah Island that was built in the Arabian Sea was an 11 km breakwater. This protects the island from the strong seas current and the seasonal shamal winds that could be a threat to the foundation of the island. 

- A geotextile membrane covers the sands of the island from being washed away from the waves of the Arabian Sea. In addition, top of that three more layers of rock protects the island. 

- In the initial days, the engineers plot the shape of the island that was designed using a satellite. Fleets of sand dredgers were put into action around the clock to create the trunk and the 17 inner fronds. The creation of perfect shape needed a high level of precision. To let everything go right, high tech GPS was used to pinpoint the accuracy levels. 

- The finished island is more than equivalent to almost 600 football pitches and is comparatively four times as big as London’s Hyde Park. 

-A six-lane sea tunnel was built using 200000 cubic meters of reinforced concrete, 110000 tons of rock, and 30000 tons of reinforcing steel. To construct the dam in dry conditions, two 1.2 km long dykes were constructed to form a dam.

Other Essential Information about Palm Jumeirah 


Location: The Palm Jumeirah is located on the Crescent Road of Dubai in UAE. 

Timing:
The Palm Jumeirah island can be accessed 24 hours, all through the week. The timing of the various nightclubs, restaurants, and retail shops may vary. 

Entry Fee:
There is no entry fee for visiting Palm Jumeirah. The visitors only need to pay for their personal activities and experiences.

Ideal Duration
: The ideal time required for a typical visit to Palm Jumeirah is 2 to 3 days. 

No. of hotels and resorts
: There are over 21 hotels, hotel residences, and resorts on Palm Jumeirah. 

No. of restaurants and cafes
: There are over 80 cafes and restaurants on Palm Jumeirah


Dining Options at Palm Jumeirah


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Here are some of the best places in Palm Jumeirah where you can dine out with your loved ones. 

Nobu
This dining option is located at the prestigious hotel Atlantis in Palm Island. This offers a rooftop ambience for tourists to dine out. The restaurant is widely held for its amazing Japanese offerings infused in the cooking techniques of South America.

The décor of the place is upmarket and you will definitely have a great time listening to the pleasant music and ambient mood lighting. The must-try delicacies of the Nobu Restaurant in Dubai are Sushi and Lobster.

Timings:
12:30 PM – 4 PM and 7 PM to 12 AM. 
Price: INR 14000

101 Dining Lounge and Bar
101 Dining Lounge and Bar has a perfect ambience gittering with designer showpieces and hanging light in the city of luxury. It offers amazing views of the city and the beach, especially at night. You can enjoy a wide range of menu and live musical performances.

The most recommended delicacies of this place are Pasta, Seafood Paella, and Beef Tenderloin.

Timings
: 11:30 AM – 2 AM. 
Price: INR 8500

Ibn Al Bahr
The luxurious aura of Ibn Al Bahr will drive you crazy. This restaurant is mainly famous for its seafood offerings. The restaurant has high ceilings and beautiful wall-length windows that offer an amazing view of the glittering Dubai city at night.

The best part of this place is its well-curated service that lets you relish a sumptuous meal accompanied by the best background live music. The must-try delicacies of this place are Fish Grill and Tandoori Prawns. 

Timings
: 12 PM – 12 AM. 
Price: INR 5500


Places To Stay In Palm Jumeirah



FIVE Palm Jumeirah Resort
If you are watching out for a lifestyle resort in Dubai that is embraced with glitz and glamour then there is no better place to stay except the FIVE Palm Jumeirah Resort. It is such a place in Palm Island where you can have loads of fun and take part in a wide range of activities.

The stay offers you to choose from a wide range of rooms that are elegant and at the same time provide an incredible view of the beach. The resort has it's in house spa, cafes, bars, lounges, and restaurants. 

Address
: No. 1. Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE
Price Range: From USD 347 per night

Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort
Anantara is the true destination for a luxury holiday stay on Palm Jumeirah island. It offers a perfect beachfront luxury for the tourists and has some of the extensive offerings starting from spa treatments to the latest innovations in the health and wellness products.

The spa treatment at this place is tailor-made and would definitely make your stay worth it. 

Address
: East Crescent, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE
Price Range: From USD 611 per night

Kempinski Hotel & Residences Palm Jumeirah
It is a perfect five-star luxury resort in Dubai that is widely held for its upscale rooms and suites.The hotel has got plenty of penthouses and villas that offer amazing scenic views of the city as well as the beach.

You can choose to relax and unwind yourself at the spa Cinq Mondes Spa and Fitness Centre, which offers amazing personalized treatments for relaxing your body and mind. 

Address
: Crescent West, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE
Price Range: From USD 348 per night

Tips for Visiting Palm Jumeirah



Here is some traveller's tip that you should keep in mind when visiting Palm Jumeirah:

- It is best recommended to visit the Palm islands in between the month of November and April. However, if you want to avoid the crowd on the island, then it would be better to avoid the months of January and February. 

- You should carry all the personal identification and immigration documents with you at all times.

- You should pay proper respect to the cultures of Dubai. You should make sure that you wear proper clothes while going out in public as well as visiting any places of worship. 

- You should drink enough water in the course of your stay in Dubai to avoid being dehydrated because of the high temperatures. 

- It is at all times recommended to avoid making plans for visiting Dubai in the peak summer season as the temperature goes very high and makes tourism bit difficult.

- You should obey the rules and regulations as specified by the authorities when carrying out any water based activities on the coastline of the Palm Jumeirah islands. 
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People Also Ask About Palm Jumeirah

  1. How is the nightlife at Palm Jumeirah?

    Talking about the nightlife of Dubai, you will find one of the most interesting and exciting nightlife in the Palm Jumeirah Islands. The islands were built in Dubai to accommodate the party crowd as well as be a host to the bustling city of luxury.Once the sun goes down, the nightlife of the Palm Islands comes to life.

    With a number of bars, pubs, and restaurants offering great possibilities for the tourists to party, the night scene is completely vibrant and attractive.
  2. Who is the owner of Palm Jumeirah?

    A real estate firm that is owned by the government of Dubai, Nakheel Properties, developed the Palm Jumeirah. Helman Hurley Charvat Peacock developed the plan.
  3. Can you walk around Palm Jumeirah?

    Yes, you can walk around the Palm Jumeirah islands. The boardwalk at the Palm Jumeirah is designed specially to let the public and the tourists spend time walking across the island witnessing the surreal scenery of the ocean.

    The boardwalk is about an 11-kilometer long walkway that stretches from the Rixos Hotel to One and Only Hotel. The best time to go for walks on the board way is in the late afternoon times when you can find a number of food trucks as well as snacks corners offering various mouth watering delicacies.
  4. Are there any restrictions at Palm Jumeirah?

    There are no special restrictions at the Palm Jumeirah for tourists.If you are visiting any places of worship, you should make sure that you cover your body as per the traditions of the Islam religion.

    Dubai is a Muslim dominated country and you should respect the traditions and culture of the land.
  5. How long does it take to visit Palm Jumeirah?

    The Palm Jumeirah is spread over an area of almost 5.75 km2. It would surely take a couple of days to cover all the exciting places of the islands. There are numerous luxury hotels and resorts on the island that happen to be the must-visit places.
  6. How much does Palm Jumeirah cost?

    The cost of entering into the palm Jumeirah is around 280 AED for adults having a height more than 1 meter 20 cms. The total cost of construction of the Palm Jumeirah islands is estimated to be about $12 billion. However, this cost does not include the cost of the dwellings and the resort.

    The islands are mainly made up of sand dredged from the floor of the Persian Gulf and the sides are shored up with stones and boulders brought from the mainland. The construction of the island began in the year 2001 and the basic structure was more or less ready by the end of 2004.

    Once the basic structure of the island was ready, the construction of hotels and other residential properties took three years to be completed.
  7. Is Palm Jumeirah an Island?

    Yes, Palm Jumeirah happens to be a man-made island on the coast of Dubai. The palm islands can be considered as a man-made paradise on earth. The island was developed by the government of Dubai to build residential properties and luxurious hotels.
  8. Is Palm Jumeirah open to the public?

    The Palm Jumeirah is open for all individuals. You can move in and around the luxurious place watching out for your favourite place to have a good time. There are a lot of ways to rejoice in the full of life Palm Jumeirah.
  9. What is Palm Jumeirah famous for?

    Palm Jumeirah is a well-known home for a number of luxurious hotels and apartments. It is the world’s largest man-made island that hosts numerous tourists coming to Dubai from all over the world. The construction of the island began in the year 2001 and the very first luxury residential and commercial complexes were ready by the year 2006.

    The palm island was mainly constructed to host the tourists and make Dubai one of the leading holiday destinations in the world. The islands are the main centre of attraction in the city where tourists love to spend their holiday vacation in some of the luxury hotels and residences.
  10. How long is palm Jumeirah Island?

    The Palm Jumeirah Islands stretch about 5 km into the Arabian Gulf. The total area of the Palm Jumeirah happens to be 5.75 km2.

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