Jumeirah Beach, looking for its own sea of sand
Dubai's beaches are mostly private or hotel owned, Jumeirah Public Beach is one of the few beaches that are open to the public for free. In addition to the private beaches of major hotels, it is also the only place in Dubai where you can wear a swimsuit. Jumeirah Public Beach is located next to the Umm Suqeim Park, 900 metres northeast of the Sailing Hotel. On the west side is the surf-like Jumeirah Beach Hotel, which is close to the sailing hotel. At sunset and in the evening, you can take a panoramic view of the most beautiful sailing hotels. This time, I have not missed the sunset at Jumeirah Beach. Here I took a photo I liked very much. The white robe Arab man and the sailing hotel are in the same box, both of which are the hallmarks of Dubai.
Jumeirah Beach is not only an attraction, but also a place where many foreigners and locals are keen to surf. No shackles, no crowds, no vendors and customers bargaining for a resting gazebo, no toilets and locker rooms that couldn't get in. The whole beach was clean and only heard the sound of the waves. The long coastline, soft beaches and crystal clear waters make up the most anticipated daylight. At dusk, the setting sun dyed the sea water into a bright golden color, rising and falling, sitting on the beach and watching the distant sun fall a little bit, and the heart is quiet.
The setting sun is in line with the sailing hotel. The sailing hotel is turned into a shadow in the picture, which is very beautiful.
Jumeirah Beach Jumeirah Beach (including the Jumeirah Mosque from the Jumeirah Mosque to the beach on the north side of the sailing hotel Burj Al Arab) is very close to the Jumeirah Fort and is also a beach where you can see the sailing hotel.
Sitting in the desert to watch the sea,
with the seabirds and camels that shuttle between them to enjoy this golden ocean,
the waves kiss the desert, the grain sand becomes milky Silky and gentle.