Dubai Marina is an area in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Dubai Marina is a simulated trench city, worked along a two-mile (3 km) extend of Persian Gulf shoreline. At the point when the whole advancement is finished, it will suit more than 120,000 individuals in private towers and estates. It is situated on Interchange 5 between Jebel Ali Port and the territory which has Dubai Internet City, Dubai Media City, and the American University in Dubai. The primary period of this venture has been finished. Dubai Marina was motivated by the Concord Pacific Place advancement along False Creek in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
There have been many examples of marine untamed life (particularly whales and sharks) entering the marina, on account of its closeness to the vast ocean
With a specific end goal to make the man-made marina, the engineers brought the waters of the Persian Gulf into the site of Dubai marina, making another waterfront. There is a huge focal conduit, unearthed from the abandon and running the length of the 3 km site. Over 12% of the aggregate land region on the site has been offered over to this focal open space. Albeit a lot of this zone is involved by the marina water surface, it likewise incorporates very nearly 8 km of finished open walkways.
The marina is altogether man-made and has been produced by the land improvement firm Emaar Properties of the United Arab Emirates and planned by HOK Canada. Upon culmination, it is guaranteed to be the world's biggest man-made marina. The current biggest man-made marina on the planet is Marina del Rey in California, United States. There is a freely available foreshoreway around the marina and a few segments of open sea route along the shoreline with perspectives to Palm Jumeriah. Its biggest improvement is the Jumeirah Beach Residence. Dubai Marina opened its ways to its lone mosque Masjid Al Rahim in October 2013, which is arranged in the southern end of the Marina.