This guide claims to tell Dubai Marina residents the best time to sunbathe by the pool and avoid shade
Have you ever experienced the Dubai "pool sun timetable dilemma"?
It generally happens during the weekend. You wake up, get ready, go to the pool only to discover shade everywhere. You then spend another 30 minutes calling your friends looking for the perfect spot in the sunshine.
Now, however you may not have to worry about that problem thanks to this handy timetable that claims to be the solution to you sunbathing schedule worries if you’re in the Marina area that is.
Wisely plan your time at the pool around Dubai Marina for the coming weekends before it gets too hot, according to where you are staying.
Those residing at the Marina Heights, Al Majara, or The Point buildings won’t have to worry about missing on those warms rays as it’s predicted the sun will be shining best there all day.
Habitants of the Park Island had better start early as apparently the sun will be out from 8am to 2pm. If you hang out around the Princess Tower you’ll have a couple hours extra for a slight lie-in; the building is best lit up from 10am to 4pm.
While the prior two residences have a good six hours of warm pool time, Marina Quays only gets four hours between 8am and 12pm. The Elite Residence also has to accept a shorter time frame with the sun shining over them as those in that part of the Marina have premium sunbathing and splashing around time from 1pm to 5pm.
Still it’s better than those living on the edge at Mag 218, those beams are only glistening over them from 12.30pm to 2pm.
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