The View at the Palm Parking

By Harshitha Jagathiesh

Visitors to The View at the Palm can park at the Nakheel Mall parking facility.

Nakheel Mall is located near The Palm Tower, where The View at the Palm is situated.

Nakheel Mall offers ample underground parking spaces for visitors, providing a convenient option for parking while visiting The View at the Palm. 

The underground parking facility ensures easy access to the mall and the surrounding attractions, including The Palm Tower.

The View at the Palm is at walking distance from Nakheel Mall to The Palm Tower, where The View at the Palm is located. 

The distance is relatively short, but factoring in the time required to reach your destination is essential.

There is no parking fee at the Nakheel Mall. 


If you wish to visit the View at the Palm, here are some articles to help you plan your trip:


View at the Palm parking – FAQs

1. Can I park at The View at the Palm?

Visitors to the View at the Palm observation deck can park their vehicles in the underground parking space in Nakheel Mall. 

2. Is there parking for disabled persons at The View at the Palm?

Yes, there are disabled parking facilities available in Nakheel Mall.

For all guests who wish to tour the observatory deck, here are the best tickets to the View at the Palm:

Entry ticket to Level 52: With this ticket, you can enjoy entry to the first observatory deck at Level 52 of the Palm Towers. 
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The Next Level entry ticket: This ticket offers entry to observatory decks at levels 52 and 54.
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Combo Tours: With combination tour tickets, guests can visit View at the Palm and another Dubai attraction at discounted price
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Dubai Super Saver Pass: This is a money-saving option for all Dubai tourists. Visit 3, 5 or 7 attractions with one pass. 
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Harshita
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Harshitha’s heart lies where greeny mountains meet stretches of beach. She believes getting lost is the best way to explore