Dubai is the city of entertainment and excitement. Here no one gets bored. There are always plenty of things to do and tons of places to enjoy, especially when you are in Palm Jumeirah. You can boost up your adrenaline and enjoy a thrilling skydive. Skydive Dubai offers tandem skydives at the premium Palm Dropzone, reaching speeds of up to 120 mph and offering eye-popping views of the Palm, the Dubai Marina and the turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf.
Atlantis hotel in palm Jumeirah offers its visitors a city tour from the helicopter. The 25-minute flight delivers a bird’s eye view of the Palm and the nearby World Islands, along with the Burj Khalifa and Burj al Arab, the skyscrapers of Sheikh Zayed Road, and the heritage architecture of Dubai Creek and the old town. Now you may have heard that the temperature remains quite high in Dubai, well it’s true but you don’t need to worry about it there are plenty of beaches where you can head to and most of them would have chilling swimming pools ready for you. Settle into a cabana or kick back on a sun lounger at Spanish beach club El Chiringuito in the luxury hotel Rixos, The Palm Dubai. One of Dubai’s most lavish day spas, the Talise Ottoman Spa at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, offers a host of pampering experiences.
Awaken your senses with the Coffee Peeling treatment, where you’ll be scrubbed and buffed using Turkish coffee in the hammam (local name of Arabian traditional bathhouse). Dubai is known about luxuries and palm Jumeirah is the heart of Dubai. The Palm was where the Dubai property dream began, instilling the belief among investors that the emirate could deliver projects of an epic scale. Little of what most visitors would associate with modern-day Dubai existed before work started on the island.
There was no Dubai Marina, or Jumeirah Beach Residences or Mall of the Emirates. Back in 2001, each morning the Dutch dredgers would sail out to the waters of the Arabian Gulf and fill their vast hulls with thousands of tons of sand sucked from the seabed. Then they would return to Dubai’s Jumeirah coastline and blast it from their bows in a process called “rainbowing”—describing the distinctive arc of the sand propelled from the ship to the shore in the shape of a rainbow—an image much photographed by Dubai tourists of that time.
Here the hammam offers the guests with the most lavish and soothing luxuries like a gold mask of 24 karats and rose bath. Another activity full of fun and thrill is to pay the visit to Splash Tours. The pulse-racing, 90-minute speedboat ride sets off from Dubai Marina, cruising around the Palm Jumeirah and pausing for a photo in front of the Atlantis. You’ll then get onto the Burj Al Arab before sailing past some of Dubai’s most lavish royal palaces. Friday and Saturday are weekends in Dubai. Get your weekend off to a flying start with the Nobu High Brunch, a four-hour feast of Nobu Matsuhisa’s signature mod-Japanese dishes paired with free-flowing cocktails. For a family-friendly brunch, head to the Waldorf Astoria’s Secret Garden Brunch, where there are a kids’ corner and children under 6 dine free.