With pristine white sands stretching out along a generous shore, Kai Beach, Saadiyat Island's public beach, maintains its reputation as one of the most desirable beach locations in the UAE. It’s home to relaxing sunny days, eco-friendly watersports activities and a fresh menu.
Take in the breathtaking vista from your own sun lounger where you can scour the menu to fuel up for a swim in the sea or get refreshment with a mocktail as you lie in tranquility.
Kai beach in Abu Dhabi is sandwiched between the luxurious Park Hyatt and Saadiyat Beach Golf Club on the northwestern side of the island. On arrival, you'll instantly see why the beach is so popular and unique. Unlike, most beaches in the UAE, Kai is dappled with shrubs and other greenery which gives it a secluded desert island charm.
The facilities are open daily from 7am until sunset. The entry price on weekdays at Kai Beach is AED 85 for adults and AED 40 for juniors (kids under five can enter for free). At the weekend and on public holidays entry is AED 105 for adults and AED 60 for juniors (kids under five can enter for free).
Frequently asked questions about Kai Beach Saadiyat.
How much is the entrance fee to Kai Beach?
The entry price on weekdays at Kai Beach is AED 75 for adults and AED 35 for children (kids under five can enter for free). On weekends and public holidays, entry is AED 95 for adults and AED 60 for children (kids under five can enter for free).
Can you swim in Kai Beach?
Yes, Kai Beach is the ideal place for both leisure and open-water swimming.
How long is Kai Beach?
Kai Beach is 400 meters long.