The OROGOLD Jumeirah Road Store
Our OROGOLD store is located on Jumeirah Road. Visit us today to enjoy complimentary facials, one-to-one skin care consultations, and free product demonstrations – see what luxury skin care can do for your skin!
Address: Jumeirah Road, Umm Suqeim 3, Opp Jumeirah Beach Resort, Dubai, UAE
Dubai, popularly known as the Paris of the Middle East, is home to the extravagant and the superfluous. Anyone entering Dubai by air is bound to be mesmerized by its futuristic skyscrapers and glittering coastlines. Dubai is home to the world’s tallest and world’s largest and it manages to put the most futuristic cities to shame with relative ease. Apart from its breathtaking architecture, Dubai also boasts of having a unique charm and timeless deserts which contrast with its man-made wonders. This diversity is what makes Dubai so enchanting as a tourist destination.
The city is full of superlatives – the largest dancing fountain in the world, the only 7-star hotel in the world, the largest man-made islands in the world and the tallest building in the world are all located here. Even nature plays its role in making Dubai unique by blessing it with the largest natural flower garden in the world.
Dubai wasn’t always as exciting as it is known to be. There was a time when it was nothing but a sleepy fishing village and a pearl diving center. Oil money and a vision to make Dubai a hotspot for tourists has helped this city to develop into the ultra-modern city that it is now known to be, that too within just a few decades.
Very few places divide opinion the way Dubai manages to do. Its detractors state that it is extremely cosmetic, artificial and has no soul. However, those who really know what Dubai is all about, are well aware of its rich culture and its historical importance. A society that is formed on the principles of Bedouin traditions, a tolerant form of Islam, rich Arab hospitality and ancient archaeological sites that date back to the Bronze Age combine to make Dubai exciting and dynamic.
Dubai isn’t just great for its visitors, it is also known to offer its locals with an excellent quality of life and a modern environment to live in. Yes, it is hot, but most of the places (including those public buses) have air conditioning. The city also offers its locals with excellent educational and medical facilities, a futuristic and fast paced environment, amazing shopping and entertainment and all sorts of sights and attractions to choose from.
Dubai takes its shopping extremely seriously. From the best of boutiques and the glitziest of stores to the largest hypermarkets and unique stores, Dubai has everything that you could possibly dream of. It not only hosts the best international and regional brands, it also showcases a number of local producers.
Most of Dubai caters to the high-end and luxury market, but this doesn’t mean that budget conscious visitors cannot get access to accommodation, restaurants and shopping facilities closer to their preferences. Ultimately, the city is a kaleidoscope of sights for all sorts of visitors, irrespective of their age, sex, preferences or budgets.
Some of the best things to see and do in Dubai include the Burj Khalifa, Wild Wadi Water Park, the Dubai Mall, Dubai Fountain, Dubai Museum, Palm Islands, Jumeirah Mosque and the Burj Al Arab.
The OROGOLD Jumeirah Road Store
Jumeirah is where millionaire tourists and expats of Dubai come to have their fill of sand and surf. This area is one of the most exclusive locations in the UAE, replete with the iconic Burj al Arab, which has its own helipad and offers its guests unparalleled experiences of chauffeured Rolls-Royce’s, private beaches and a tennis court 210m above sea level.
A must-visit for families and solo travelers alike, Jumeirah also boasts the Wild Wadi Water Park, conveniently located beside Burj Al Arab. With artificial surfing technology and multiple water slides, the rides gratify all adrenalin-seeking adventurers. Younger guests will be particularly delighted by the Dhow and Lagoon play structure, which features water guns and body slides.
Another top attraction for visitors is the Mercato Shopping Mall, located in the heart of Jumeirah. With its uneven, cobbled streets and quaint, laid-back piazzas, the mall pays tribute to Italian Renaissance architecture. Here, you can find International and homegrown brands alike. Enjoy a film at Vox Cinemas, buy artisan chocolates from Dolce Antico, or have your clothing measurements taken at Al Thawb Al Watani Tailoring – Mercato epitomises the best of Jumeirah, which truly has everything.