Some 8 things you might not know about Dubai’s places

  1. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rasheed Boulevard
  2. Jumeirah Beach Road
  3. City Walk
  4. La Mer
  5. Dubai Metro
  6. Karama
  7. Jumeirah Beach Residences
  8. Satwa

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rasheed Boulevard

It’s a short walk from Dubai Opera and Burj Khalifa, which is an impressive collection of large outdoor sculptures. There are many beautiful sculptures lying in this place. It is based on themes close to the heart of HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, It is a cheap place in Dubai. Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai depend upon the equestrian life, desert landscapes, and the strength of the local community. The Wings of Mexico by artist Jorge Marin perfectly captures the ongoing culture and ambition growing around him.

Jumeirah Beach Road

Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR) and discover unique 3D paintings splashed across buildings, street corners, and even staircases. Jumeirah Beach is located on the coast. It’s a creative place in Dubai. A lot of people come here to see this 3D painting and get inspired. Big, it is a luxury place to live in Dubai bold and bright, there’s plenty to discover thanks to the incredible artists from around the world that made their mark in this popular district back in 2016 for the Dubai Canvas 3D art festival. Highlights include a giant swooping eagle painted on.

City Walk

Welcome a creative lifestyle space where you can live, work, and play. Which is built on mobility sharing and community, here contemporary creativity thrives and everyone who visits is inspired to actively seek the unexpected. Take a stroll into City Walk. City Walk is one of the great Dubai’s most exciting urban precincts.

It’s presented by the world’s best designer which is the goal of our highest creations of life featuring international and dual offerings, high-end gourmet venues, enviable residences, and luxurious hotels, Dubai’s love of out-of-box thinking is combined with elemental convenience.

 

La Mer

An ode to urban creativity, La Mer is an open-air gallery featuring striking graffiti murals and unique decorative art by the beach. A true religious sun, sea, and sand wonderland, the district offers a kaleidoscope of color with large wall paintings, featuring everything from telephones and camels to feathered feathers and retro icons. It is a luxury place in Sharjah.

Heart insert with a massage to keep cool is done, a popular selfie during the sunny summer Sire’s Dhu. Don’t miss the Vasal mural from the listener.

Dubai Metro

Welcome to City Walk, a creative lifestyle space where you can live, work, and play. Built around movement, sharing, and community, here contemporary creativity thrives and everyone who visits is inspired to actively seek the unexpected. Conceptualized by the world’s best designers, our high-end creative lifestyle destination – that includes international retail offerings, upscale gourmet destinations, covetable residences, and plush hotels – combines Dubai’s love of out-of-the-box thinking with contemporary convenience.

 

Karama

Al Karama is a shopping district in the Bur Dubai area, known for independent fashion and accessories shops and the traditional Karama Fish Market. Large colorful sculptures by Malaysian artists adorn shops on 18B Street, while the streets north of Kuwait Street are home to low-key South Asian restaurants. Expats play cricket and badminton in summer at the compact Karama Park. Bustling Karama, bordering Dubai and Oud Metha, is one of the city’s older neighborhoods. From small stores selling all manner of fashion and accessories to charming street food and boutique hotels. Home to everything, this is an area with plenty of heart. in a bid to breathe life into its historic streets, the artist unveiled 12 monumental murals in busy 2016, adding to the buzz. A day was spent searching and all 24 Aratas of Abba of others.

Jumeirah Beach Residences

Take a stroll along The Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR) and discover unique 3D paintings on buildings, street corners, and even staircases. Big, blood,y, and bright, there’s so much to discover thanks to the incredible artists from around the world who made their mark in this popular venue for the Dubai Canvas 3D Art Festival 2016. Highlights include a giant swooping eagle painted on the side of a building and the huge mural of seahorses rearing horses against a rainbow-colored sky.

Satwa

Hai Webi 2nd December Street is a landmark in itself. Locals in Satava still fondly remember it as Dhiyafa Street, believed to have been officially renamed in 2011 on the occasion of the 40th National Day. It’s a fitting choice because at one end you’ll find Union-house – the site where the constitution was signed in 1971, marking the birth of the UAE as a nation. While the other offers a unique slice of community life and a case for serious street food.

Conclusion:

Originally, its inhabitants were mainly Balks. Al Astawa Dini is a community in the United Arab Emirates, consisting of High-density shops and private residential residences, located southwest of Dubai and adjusted to Sheik Zayed Road.

 

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