About Dubai Canal

A well-liked tourist destination in the city, the Dubai Canal represents the emirate's dedication to cutting-edge engineering. Although the canal's vibrant waters are undoubtedly stunning, this marvel is much more than what first meets the eye. On November 9, 2016, the built-up canal was formally opened. Beginning at the Creek in historic Dubai, the 3.2 km long canal travels through Business Bay's commercial district before joining the Arabian Gulf.  The Dubai Canal is one of the costliest and ecologically conscious projects the city has to offer. It has entirely solar-powered streetlights. Along with being an important attraction of interest, the Canal offers excellent connections within the city, with boats, ferries, Arabic Dhows, abras, and yachts among its modes of transportation.

Along the Dubai Water Canal, numerous developments, including high-end apartments and hotels, have sprung up since it opened. The surrounding public space will be upgraded with retail establishments, a marina, a boardwalk, and leisure centers, adding a plethora of new activities and attractions to the lifestyle development. Surrounding the canal, the Public Realm is a development with restaurants, shops, and places to relax. The Dubai Canal is delightful owing to its many amenities, three of which connect the two sides of the waterway and the other five are pedestrian bridges. A stroll in the morning or the evening is perfect on the bridges, one of which even has a concrete incline that cyclists can use. On both sides, visitors can also enjoy the use of elevators, running tracks, bike lanes, seating areas, and smart charging stations.

A short drive from the community is The Sevens Stadium, one of Dubai's best sports stadiums. Throughout the year, athletic and other events are held in this enormous multipurpose stadium. An additional recreational area with multiple 3D rides and movie theaters is IMG Worlds of Adventure, which is about an 18-minute drive away. A massive urban development with over 5,000 residential units and nearly 960 hotel rooms is planned for the area surrounding the canal. In order to expand Jumeirah Beach Park, a man-made peninsula at the end of the canal will add one kilometer of sandy beach and more space for recreational activities. 





Location & Near By Places

07 Minutes to Downtown Dubai

25 Minutes to JBR & Dubai Marina

35 Minutes to DXB Airport

35 Minutes to Palm Jumeirah