Areas in Dubai

Al Satwa

Al Satwa is a slice of Dubai's original street life. It’s home to low-rise buildings and small villas with beautiful verandas, alongside tree-lined walkways, retail stores and beauty services aplenty, ensuring there is never a dull moment in this busy locale.

Al Karama

The area, which was planned on a tight grid system, is home to thousands of people even though it is only two square kilometers in size. Al Karama is the most populous residential area in Dubai and the most central part of Dubai.

Bur Dubai

Today Bur Dubai continues to be a hub of residential and economic activity, sustaining a generous spirit of community that’s typical of Emirati culture.


It is one of the most popular places in the emirate to live and work in. A major trading hub, this district is well known amongst tourists for the glittering Gold Souk.


The standard of living in Mirdif is very high, and there are plenty of facilities for leisure and sports like the Dubai Tennis Stadium and the Emirates Golf Club.

Business Bay

Business Bay provides a view of the skyline tower, a fantastic setting that makes it the most prestigious place to live or work.

Bluewaters Island

Bluewaters Island is a home to Ain Dubai, the world’s largest observation wheel, it is also a shopper’s paradise, housing unique retail and dining concepts.

Dubai Marina

Spectacular at night when the skyscrapers glisten, here you can enjoy dinner on the beach next to the sea.

Palm Jumeirah

Dubai is famous for its soaring skyline – and that’s not the only feat of engineering to capture the world’s imagination.

Downtown Dubai

Home to many landmarks and world-famous attractions, including Burj Khalifa, the Dubai Mall and Dancing Fountains, the area is a hub of activities.

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