Urgent UAE: Statement to citizens and residents of Dubai
The Dubai Municipality released this decision as part of its efforts to improve the quality of public beaches in the emirate and offer them distinctive services that support the Dubai government's strategy to make Dubai the best city in the world to live, work, and visit:
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The Dubai Municipality has announced the allocation of three new beaches for night swimming at each of the beaches: Jumeirah 2, Jumeirah 3, and Umm Suqeim 1. The three beaches have a combined length of 800 metres and are each equipped with electronic screens to spread awareness and educational information to raise the level of awareness among visitors, as well as lighting systems that allow residents and tourists to enjoy swimming in Dubai beaches 24 hours a day, reflecting the attractiveness of.
In order to strengthen Dubai's position at the top of the global tourism map in general and beach tourist destinations in particular, Dubai Municipality is planning to develop public beaches in the emirate and equip them with all services and facilities that provide a unique experience and guarantee the highest levels of comfort, well-being, and quality of life for residents and tourists.
In order to meet the needs of visitors to the emirate's public beaches and provide the best services and recreational facilities for them, this also fits within the framework of the desire to provide a model infrastructure that serves the emirate's community generally in accordance with the best international standards. This will enhance the enjoyment of individuals and families at those beaches in a safe recreational environment.
Al Hajri added that these plans are the outcome of the Dubai Municipality's collaboration with a number of partners to provide the best solutions that improve the experience of locals and visitors on Dubai's beaches, which are one of the best tourist destinations in the emirate. These solutions include outfitting the beaches with lighting fixtures and electronic screens that allow people to swim safely throughout the day.