Dubai Creek is a famous saltwater creek which is located in the United Arab Emirates. This saltwater creek ends at the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary and divides the city into two major sections i.e. Bur Dubai and Deira. This Creek is an important port and Port Saeed exists along this creek which provides great porting opportunities to the traders of the subcontinent. The most incredible buildings present alongside the Deira side of this creek are the Creek Tower, Deira Twin Towers, Sheraton Creek, Chamber of Commerce and The National bank. The Creek Park which is one of the largest parks of the city is also present on the side of Al Maktoum Bridge. This creek also houses the Yacht and Golf Club which comprises of an 18-hole golf course, residential development, clubhouses, and the Park Hyatt Hotel. The initial inlet of this creek into the mainland of the city is through the Al Ras areas and Deira Cornice, and through the Al Shindagha area in the west. The creek then progresses southward through the mainland and finally ends at the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. This beautiful landmark must be visited if you happen to be in the area.