Sheikh Zayed Road is located in Dubai. It is also known as E-11. This road runs along the coastline from the Trade Centre Roundabout to the Abu Dhabi border, 55 kilometres (34 miles) away in the area of Jebel Ali Port. Sheikh Zayed Road provides access to the port of Jebel Ali, to Jumeirah Beach, and to The Palm Jumeirah.
The Sheikh Zayed Road is where you will find most of Dubai’s skyscrapers, including the Emirates Towers and the Burj Khalifa. The highway also passes Dubai Marina, Dubai Waterfront, and Dubai Internet City. Other buildings along the road include Etisalat Tower 2, World Trade Centre, The Monarch Office Tower, Sama Tower, API World Tower, and Emirates Office Tower. Dubai’s economy is centred on petroleum, tourism, financial services, and real-estate. Companies with office space or other facilities in the surrounding area include Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, IBM, CNN, BBC, and Reuters.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are many things to see and do around Sheikh Zayed Road. Attractions can be divided between Old Dubai and New Dubai. Major points of interest in Old Dubai include the historic Bastakiya District, the Dubai Museum, Jumeirah Mosque, the open museums of Shindagha District, and the many souks. New Dubai offers the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall, which are the tallest building and the largest mall in the world respectively. Jumeirah Beach is a long stretch of beach that near Sheikh Zayed Road. Dining along Sheikh Zayed Road include Alfie’s, Cavalli Club Restaurant and Lounge, Donatello Restaurant & Lounge, Hakkasan, Hoi An at the Shangri-La Hotel, Latino House, and Okku.
The Sheikh Zayed Road provides direct access to the Dubai International Airport. From its furthest point at Jebel Ali Port, it is less than an hours drive to the airport. The Dubai Metro Red Line runs along the Sheikh Zayed Road. The stations serving this area are World Trade Centre, Emirates Towers, and Financial Centre.