How to go Dubai Water Canal by Metro

How to go Dubai Water Canal by Metro?

The metro is the most convenient and affordable way to reach the Dubai Water Canal. Here’s how to get there:

  1. Take the Red Line metro towards the UAE Exchange.
  2. Dubai Red Line Metro
  3. Get off at Business Bay Station.
  4. Exit the station and follow the signs towards Sheikh Zayed Road.
  5. Cross the Sheikh Zayed Road bridge, which will take you directly to the Dubai Water Canal.

The walk from the metro station to the canal takes about 10-12 minutes.

Here are some additional tips:

  • Purchase a Nol card, a reloadable travel card on the metro, buses, trams, and water taxis. You can buy a Nol card at any metro station.
  • During peak hours, the metro can get crowded. If travelling during peak hours, be prepared to wait for a train.
  • The metro is a great way to avoid traffic congestion in Dubai.

Map of Dubai Water Canal

Public Transportation to Dubai Water Canal

Nearest Public Transportation Stops:

  • Metro Stations: Burj Khalifa Metro Station
  • Bus Stops: Jumeira, Safa (2 locations), Hilton Beach Club – 02

Public Transportation Options:

  • Buses: 12, 8, 81, 88, X28
  • Metro: M1

Helpful Apps:

  • Moovit: Provides real-time directions, schedules, and timetables.
  • You can download the app to get directions to and from the Dubai Water Canal and other popular locations in the city.

Additional Information:

  • The Moovit app also provides information on fares and ticket prices.

Attractions near Dubai Water Canal:

  • Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood: Explore Dubai’s history, culture, and architecture.
  • Safa Park: A large park with various amenities, including a lake, gardens, and playgrounds.
  • The Dubai Fountain is the world’s most extensive choreographed fountain system at the Burj Khalifa.
  • Jumeirah Beach Park: A popular beach park that hosts swimming, sunbathing, and watersports activities.
  • Dubai Water Canal: An artificial waterway that winds its way through Dubai. Visitors can enjoy walking, cycling, or boat rides along the canal.
  • You can use the Dubai Metro, trams, and buses to get around Dubai.
  • The Dubai Metro is a driverless, elevated railway system that is the most convenient way to get around the city.
  • The Dubai trams are a network of trams operating in specific city areas.
  • The Dubai buses are a network of buses that cover the entire city.

Public transit lines with stations closest to Dubai Water Canal:

  • Metro: The nearest metro station is Burj Khalifa Metro Station, which is a 23-minute walk from the Dubai Water Canal.
  • Bus: There are many bus stations near the Dubai Water Canal, including Jumeira, Beach Park (3-minute walk), Safa, Dubai Municipality Center (12-minute walk), and Hilton Beach Club (14-minute walk).