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OnAir wrote a review Nov 2018
Lyon, France2 contributions2 helpful votes
Very good spot in the lovely city Duba, to kite and had a really nice time. Would like to revisit again sometime.
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Date of experience: May 2018
jangjamie_ wrote a review Apr 2018
Calumpit, Philippines42 contributions2 helpful votes
My first visit was last 2015 and after going back to Dubai, I always wanna go here. Not just because it is only 20 mins away from my place but also because of the perks that I'd like to share. First and foremost, I like to have my own tanning moment away from the crowd in order to relax and to avoid being conscious with the surrounding. Next to that are the food trucks to enjoy and restaurants in the area, so yeah sure you won't be hungry. There are also water activities that you can do with your family, friends or even by yourself. Kite Beach is accessible via public transport. If you forgot to bring your sunscreen or wanna buy any beach souvenirs, shops are also there. Kite beach is popular because of the kite surfing but don't worry because while staying in the beach, you won't be disturbed. This is a must-go destination for me. I mean, what can you ask for? especially if Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab couldn't fail to get noticed?
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Date of experience: March 2018
Ines M wrote a review Dec 2016
131 contributions39 helpful votes
Kite beach has had some nice renovations works - it has a lot more restaurants, a jogging track, more sports - however, it also has some absurd rules (i guess it comes with the place). ONLY running in the jogging track, no bycicles, roler skates or skateboards. The bathing area has been reduced because of the kytes, which is fair, but even if there are NO kytes there you cannon use that area to swim...(???!). An annoying life guard wil not let go of his annoying whistle until you leave. Basically, this leaves you with a stretch of beach completely empty, and another one completely cramped up (very smart 👍🏽). Parking is a bit expensive, but oh well. Wifi advertised at the beach does not work (yet). The beach itself might be the nicest in Dubai, but don't expect it to be something amazing.
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Date of experience: December 2016
Yahya M wrote a review Mar 2016
London, United Kingdom367 contributions39 helpful votes
Kite beach is fantastic family beach with 5 star facility's it has access for disable people on wheal chair lots of nice fast food places ice cream juice places and children play areas but you have to pay for these facilities this place have newly built running track as well and of course you can enjoy beautiful kits fraying over beautiful beach and it also have newly built beautiful mosque
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Date of experience: March 2016
isssssss wrote a review Dec 2015
Sheung Wan, China145 contributions27 helpful votes
Visited the beach while waiting for my room to be ready since ridiculous check in time at 1500 even though we arrived at 7 am and by the time we reached hotel at 0800am.Our 2nd trip but were shocked to see as if we are not in the Middle East..at first I thought I was watching Bay watch !So many westerners and were seen wearing bathing suits and sexy outfits ,shorts ,tank tops ,bare back etc..I just wonder why their people are so particular with their own woman dress code covering from head to toe (abaya) but in actual fact that they are not as what you can see at the beach or their music video on the TV.So misleading and confused as a tourist to be at their beach or the country itself .Even when you walk around the hotel to the shopping Malls within the hotel vicinity ,I was shocked to see woman wearing shorts or inappropriate clothings.Either they live or work in Dubai or visitors . Beach was beautiful and lovely .Windy and cold so you need a jacket .Soft sandy beach and a lot of coral shells at certain area so be careful ! Quite a number of food trucks and small cafe /restaurant .Price wise of course slightly expensive.
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Date of experience: December 2015