The mosque was originally a school devoted to studying of the Qur'an, known as a kuttab, which welcomed its first students in the year 1900 to learn the Qur'an by rote. It is located between the textile souk and the Dubai Museum close to a small stream in the Bur Dubai area, just south of the Hindu Temple.more
Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood (Arabic: حي الفهيدي التاريخي; otherwise called Al Bastakiya) is an architecturally significant area in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The remaining houses were for the most part utilized as distribution centers or convenience for outside workers. In 1989 Dubai Municipality coordinated that the rest of the parts of Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood were to be crushed.more
It is a main museum within the city and is located at the site of the Al Fahidi Fort. The building was constructed in the year 1787 and is recognized as one of the oldest buildings. The museum was opened in 1971, as a means of presenting the way of life which is lived in the Emirates. The fort has a designed path to the main galleries. The exhibits include the land’s culture in the 1800s and the local antiquities along with the different artifacts that are traded with the Asian and African countries. There are many dioramas on display in the museum as well. The main entrance to the museum galleries is built in the tower which lies at the southwest corner in the fort. Some galleries have old Dubai maps on display, while a video room depicts the discovery of oil on the land of the city. There is also a walk-through exhibit of a mock souk, while different archaeological findings from various nearby excavation sites are also held on display in the museum. There is a main exhibit right at the spiraling ramp, which outlines the highlights of the city. The old fort building also has a rich history connected to it, which draws in visitors’ interest and keeps them thrilled throughout their visit to the all famous Dubai Museum.more
By and by I thought the choice of salted lemons to offer in the zest market is somewhat bizarre. As you walk additionally down, you ought to have the capacity to discover the Dubai scent souk with your nose. It is situated in an indistinguishable zone from alternate souks are. You ought to have the capacity to get anything from the most recent creator aromas to the Arabic attars here. Lavish gold gems, hand-woven textures, conventional oud scents, and modest knickknacks-you'll see everything in these energizing souks.more
Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House is a historic building and former residential quarters of Saeed bin Maktoum Al Maktoum, former ruler of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. This house witnessed the birth of his sons and grandsons and is also considered as a touristic icon that receives visitors all year round. The building is located along the Creek in the locality of Al Shindagha. This house was built in 1896 at the Al Shindagha area. It has a strategic location at the protruding part above the city Creek, which made it stand amidst Deira and Bur Dubai, overlooking the Arabian Gulf. It was the residence of Al Maktoum ruling family till 1958, as it was a residence and premises for the city monarch at the time, Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum.more
In case you're searching for up-to-date boutiques, in the open air feasting or essentially a lackadaisical promenade along the waterfront, make a beeline for The Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residences. Along this humming avenue, there's a lot of chance to fulfill your retail yearnings with a variety of mold, home and handiwork shops, and boutiques. Boutique 1 is multi-mark fashioner heaven that gloats both global and homegrown ability. A highlight is the little outside Covent Garden Market, where you can look at slows down offering adornments, nourishment treats, and homewares, and also take in exhibitions by road performers. Also, don't miss the new shopping zone called The Beach and the outside film.more
Dubai Marina is a district in this city of the United Arab Emirates. It is an artificial canal city, built along a two-mile stretch of Persian Gulf shoreline. In order to create the man-made marina, the developers brought the waters of the Persian Gulf into the site of Dubai Marina, creating a new waterfront. There is a large central waterway, excavated from the desert and running the length of the 3 km site. There have been many instances of marine wildlife (especially whales and sharks) entering the marina, because of its proximity to the open sea.more
Dubai Water Canal is an artificial canal unveiled on 2 October 2013 and inaugurated on 9 November 2016. It comprises one shopping centre, four hotels, 450 restaurants, luxury housing, walkways and cycle paths.See a city in the midst of one of the world’s greatest urban transformations as it launches the Dubai Water Canal, a 3.2km long waterway which winds its way to the Arabian Gulf from the Creek through Business Bay.more
The Marina Yacht Club offers world-class berthing options at one of our four unique marina’s and is equipped with an expert team of marine professionals who offer assistance with everything from berthing to sailing permits. This means we’ll have to bid adieu to the water-facing restaurants and bars in the club. Many of these have become Dubai Marina staples over the past eight years (the yacht club’s restaurants and bars opened their doors in 2008).more
Located in a beautifully restored wind tower house in the historic Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, the center offers a range of activities, from traditional cuisine to conversations with local Emiratis. Gain a greater appreciation of Dubai's culture and customs at the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU). The SMCCU opened in 1998 to help visitors gain a better understanding of the culture and customs of the UAE.more
The wonderful island of Abu Dhabi! Capital city of the UAE, Abu Dhabi is modern and cosmopolitan; Take a walk on the Corniche at the evening or dine in the best restaurants of Arabia.
Al Ain is called the garden city of the United Arab Emirates since the town is located at an oasis. The city highlights a few historic sites like the Al Jahili fort, as well as museums. The city has zoos and parks, where one can take in the beauty of desert flora and fauna. You can always return to the ...
Hatta is an inland exclave that is nestled in the Hajar Mountain near Dubai. Over the last few years, the area has become a popular summer destination for the locals as well as tourist who want a break from Dubai’s heat and humidity. Hatta is home to places like the Heritage Village, military towers, and ...
Ras Al Khaimah is one of the seven emirates of the UAE. The city’s history lies in fishing and pearl diving and has some of the old fishing villages preserved. The city also offers fishing as an activity tourists can enjoy themselves in. Ras Al Khaimah offers its guests some delights of the desert, like ...