About Palm Jumeirah

Palm Jumeirah looks like a palm tree located in the emerald waters of the Arabian Gulf. It is known for gleaming hotels, upmarket global restaurants and luxurious apartment towers. Popular for its views of Dubai's beaches and the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab Hotel, food trucks serve snacks like shawarma dot the Palm Jumeirah Boardwalk.

The Palm Jumeirah is made of no steel or concrete that was used during the construction of the man-made island in Dubai. The unique structure of the Palm Jumeirah consists of 120 million cubic meters of sand, which is brought into construction from sea level. This is one of three planned islands called Palm Islands: Palm Jumeirah, Palm Deira and Palm Jebel Ali. The Palm Jumeirah is the smallest and original of the three Palm Islands and is located in the Jumeirah

Coastal Region of the Emirate of Dubai. The unique island is home to some of Dubai's top luxury resorts, including Atlantis, The Palm, Five Palms Jumeirah Hotel, Jumeirah Zabeel Inn, Only The Palm and many more. It is perfect for luxury family vacations and stays in Dubai with beautiful ocean views and world-class cuisine.There is a monorail that connects the Palm Jumeirah to Dubai's coastline for transportation purposes. It transports more than 20,000 passengers per day. Visitors can experience sky diving from 6000 feet at the Palm Jumeirah or cruising around the island via helicopter tours in Dubai.

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