Residing in Ras Al Khor is a nature lover's dream. The area is placed near Dubai Creek, a few meters from the mainland known, in Arabic as the 'Cape of the Creek'. The famous site in the area is the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to thousands of birds, crustaceans and marine species. In addition, it is rated as one of the most urban protected reserves in the world.
There are two residential areas: a city which is solely for housing and an industrial area which is a mixed-use area. The residential apartments offer 24/7 security, satellite connection, maintenance-free, a play area for children, built-in wardrobes, a closed kitchen and a balcony. A friendly and extravagant neighborhood is around the corner and offers good educational institutions, hospitals, various entertainment options and historical sites.
The beach area is a few minutes by vehicle from Dubai International Airport. It is close to Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road and Al Khal Road. Samari Residence connects the area to major main roads such as Emirates Road. The Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai has completed pedestrian bridges and cyclist crossings on Ras Al Khor Road to promote an eco-friendly transport system. It links the International City with cycle tracks from Mushrif, Al Khawanij and Al Warqa. The buildings are connected by paved roads and have covered parking from the ground floor. Public parking spaces are also available for visitors.
Due to its close connection to Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road and Al Khal Road, several buses serve the area to help residents with their commute. Residents can catch buses 55, 61, 63E and X23 from Ras Al Khor, Mubarak Trans Bus Stop.