Local Communities

Art. Culture. Music. Fashion. Food. Want a fix of your favorite stuff? Take a gander around our curated list of Dubai’s darling communities. You’ll find them all a hop, skip and drive away.

Alserkal Avenue

Dubai’s industrial quarter is also the most artistic. Inside architect-designed warehouses reside delightful bookstores, galleries, cafés, independent theatres, concept stores, and more.

Dubai Design District (d3)

Culture mingles with innovation. Local talent rubs shoulders with international icons. And even the Shawarmas are trending. Welcome to a space that always oozes oomph.

Sharjah Art Foundation

In Sharjah’s historic art alleys, a community of Arab artists is pushing boundaries. Catch film screenings, performances, exhibitions, and if you’re timing is right, even the Sharjah Biennial.

Q's bar and lounge

Just down our lane, you’ll run into legend Quincy Jones’ first ever bar. The mesmerizing live acts are directed by, you guessed it, Q himself. The dinner and drink menu have quite a spectacular line-up too.

Kite Beach

Dubai’s favorite community beach is home to kite surfers, paddle boarders, swimmers, adventure-loving sunbathers and a lovely wave of seaside eateries. A perfect spot to flaunt your Ultimate Beach Basics Bag.

Jumeirah Fishing Harbour

This quaint, dining district has enough reason to get seafood lovers instantly hooked. Like harbour views and celebrity-chef run restaurants that sit perfectly on the water’s edge.

The Farm

Rustic, organic meals prepared from farm-fresh produce, bistro-style seating and lush, lakeside views. Step into a culinary oasis in the heart of the city.

Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club

This 18-hole, par 71 golf course is a sporting oasis. With an enchanting waterfront, manicured fairways, date palms, and a majestic clubhouse that captures the essence of Dubai’s seafaring traditions – it’s guaranteed to keep your golfing experience above par.

The Ripe Market

Local artisanal foods, handicrafts, organic veggies and so much more. All brought to you by a bunch of really happy people who are hellbent on making the planet better and your weekend memorable.

Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary

With over 450 species of flora and fauna and migratory birds who are visiting just like you, the region’s largest wetlands offer you a delightful little break while you’re on your break.

The Camel Market

Huddled away from the glitzy bits of downtown, the Bedouin culture still runs strong. In this lively market, there are curious camels, haggling traders, travel souvenirs and stories all around.


Love talent shows? We’re talking dancing bottlenose dolphins, juggling seals and singing parrots. But if that’s not your thing, watch yourself getting lost in a 10,000 sqft mirror maze.