A cosmopolitan city par excellence, Dubai is home to a host of neighborhoods, each with its own identity. Whether you want to go shopping, have a drink, meet the locals, or party, discover our top 5 trendy neighborhoods in Dubai and treat yourself to a complete change of scenery! Tropicalement Vôtre has visited the metropolis on numerous occasions, and we’ll be happy to advise you on your next visit.
Dubai Media City: Bars, Restaurants, and Festivals
As its name suggests, Dubai Media City is home to the publishing groups of the emirate’s biggest TV channels, newspapers, and magazines, including Facebook, Linkedin, and many more. In the evening, you can take advantage of the lively atmosphere of the neighborhood to enjoy a drink on the terrace or sample local specialties at some of the excellent restaurants we recommend. With a bit of luck, you’ll be attending JazzFest, Taste of Dubai, or RedFest, all cultural events held here in Dubai Media City.
Dubai Downtown: Luxury Boutiques and Towering Skyscrapers
It’s impossible to miss Dubai’s liveliest district: Downtown Dubai, the district of all records. Take a tour of the lively souk, visit the aquatic zoo, or try your hand at ice skating on the huge rink. In the evening, you can dine in the Al Bahar souk, where there are excellent restaurants to suit all tastes and preferences! The downtown dubai real estate market is extremely vibrant.
Sheikh Zayed Road / Trade Center: Luxury Hotels, Nightclubs, and Trendy Galleries
The Sheikh Zayed Road / Trade Center district is home to some of Dubai’s finest luxury hotels. It’s THE place to party and dine in the emirate’s finest restaurants. It’s also home to Dubai’s oldest modern building, the World Trade Center. If Sheikh Zayed Road / Trade Center is for us one of Dubai’s trendiest districts, it’s because it’s like being immersed in a TV soap opera. Luxurious properties, high-end boutiques, charming little parks, and numerous art galleries make it a must-see on your visit.
Mirdiff, Close to Dubai Airport
The Mirdiff district is located very close to Dubai airport. The district boasts numerous parks and shopping malls, such as Mirdiff City with its Carrefour store. The area is mainly populated by business travelers. Apartments and villas are very affordable, ranging from €7,750 to €28,125 per year depending on the number of rooms.
Al Barsha, Near Media and Internet City
This neighborhood is located near the Emirates Mall, close to Media and Internet City. The area is well served by public transport, with several metro stations (Mashreq Metro Station 1, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai Internet City Metro Station 2). Housing prices are very affordable.
Bluewaters, Dubai’s Latest District
A newcomer to Dubai, this district saw the light of day in 2018. Built on water like the PALM Jumeirah district, it is home to the world’s largest Ferris wheel, called Ain Dubai. At 210 m high, it offers a view of the whole of Dubai. The district is mainly residential, and prices are quite high, averaging between €30,000 and €112,500 a year. That’s a price, but most apartments offer a view of either the sea or the Ferris wheel.
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