Style yourself with fine silks and fabrics in Old Dubai
Head to the historic Bur Dubai neighbourhood and discover a number of colourful fabrics in the Textile Souk. You can skim through an endless selection of raw silk, cotton, and embroidered fabrics at this market. You're bound to find the exact print and colour you're looking for among the hundreds of reels of cloth. Located just across Dubai Creek from many other popular souks, visitors will encounter dozens of markets and stalls at the famous Textile Souk.
Traditional shopping at Bur Dubai's own little India
For traditional textiles, gold, jewellery and handicrafts, Meena Bazaar is the place to visit for shopping at the best prices. Located in the Bur Dubai area, the tourists and residents hotspot is nestled between Al Fahidi Street and Khalid Bin Al Waleed Road. Known as Bur Dubai’s little India, these markets transport you to the past with the colourful shops and views of the Dubai Creek.
Explore Dubai's heritage, culture and architecture at Al Fahidi
Discover what life in Old Dubai was like, during the mid-19th century at Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood. Located along the Dubai Creek, this district is a key heritage site with much of the original infrastructure preserved and intact. The traditional wind towers constructed from stone, teak, gypsum, palm wood and sandalwood represent only a small part of Al Fahidi’s history.