A manmade island shaped like a date palm tree, Palm Jumeirah is undoubtedly one of Dubai’s most iconic neighbourhoods. Comprised of a 2 kilometre long trunk with 17 fronds and circled by a crescent, the internationally recognised neighbourhood permits expats to own property. Homeowners and renters can choose from apartment buildings and luxury villas with beachfront views. One of the most upmarket locations in Dubai, the island is home to the renowned Atlantis The Palm Dubai Hotel & Resort as well as many other 5-star international hotel chains.
A leisure hub, the island also features Aquaventure water park, Dolphin Bay where you can interact with dolphins up close, the Lost Chambers Aquarium where you learn marine life, as well as numerous award-winning dining destinations and popular nightlife spots. Connected to the rest of the city via the Palm Jumeirah Tram Station, the neighbourhood is just minutes away from The International School of Choueifat and Dubai College as well as Saudi German Hospital and Al Zahra Private Hospital. It takes 30 minutes to travel from Palm Jumeirah to Dubai International Airport..