Portions of Dameisha Beach closed to public in preparation for the Universiade games
One third of Dameisha Beach will be reserved for public use during the Universiade games. 20,000 square meters of Dameisha Beach is cordon off and construction of a beach volleyball venue caused concerns to residents that were frequent in the free beach resort.
The district government in charged of the construction says that it will try its best to minimize the effects to the beachgoers. The district government also limited the number of beachgoers to a maximum of 40,000 people during the May Day holidays, and they have not received any complaints. The organizers will also be closing the car parks near he beach to give way to the beach volleyball competition.
The shower areas located in the beach will also be closed during the games, participants and athletes will need to shower at their home or hotel that they are staying. The district government also looked in to the possibilities of find other beaches to rent for public use.