Dubai is well-known for its lavish gold jewelry, traditional scents and fragrances, handmade
shawls, carpets, rugs and woven fabrics, traditional spices, and various antique stuffs. Dubai’s
exciting souks and market places are the best places to explore the Arabian heritage and
fashion catalogue altogether. After modernization, and thrive of new generation metropolis city,
Dubai has changed its traditional Arabian picture but few markets and souks are still a crucial
part of heritage and their daily life trades. In this article we will try to give you a wander ride
through Dubai's customary souks from a visitor’s point of view.
Shiny Piece of Gold: You can name Dubai, the city of gold, because of its huge Gold Souk and
metal trading expertise. The world’s best traders and serious buyers never miss this place to
visit for their business and special occasional precious metal trading like weddings and gifts
purchasing. You can find statement jewelry designs, pure gold bars, and various other metals
with artistic cuts and unique stone work.
Right Spice: A colorful Spice Souk is in neighborhood of Gold Souk where you can find the top
quality, chef-recommended spices for both hotel and restaurant business as well as for home
usage. Here you can see unique breed of spices, herbs, rice, blended green teas, dry fruits and
seasoning aroma plant leaves like saffron, parsley, basil and thyme.
Exotic Scents: Deira’s Perfume Souk on Sikkat Al Khali Street can be your next spot to visit if
you are really keen to smell the best Arabian fragrances. Pure non-alcoholic perfume and
essential oils, exotic traditional oud, and non-fragrant rich oils are available in small, medium
and bulk size jars for personal use, wholesale purchase and portable gift-sized perfume bottles.
Find Your Fashion Statement: In Bur Dubai nearby side you can discover the Textile Souk for
finding your fashion trade and personalized colorful clothing. Here you find the best tailors and
emergency stitching facility too to create emerging fashion with your own style and design. This
Souk has a vast variety of fabric, including airy, chiffon, fine silks, lawn, cotton, exotic leather
material, palm frond weaves, and velvet, and unique sari fabrics. Women traditionally wear
abayas but you can’t imagine their inner styling and dress sense at Dubai.
Leisure and Antique Destination: Souk Madinat Jumeirah is renowned for its fun souvenirs,
unique fine art, antique pieces and sculptures. You can find decoration pieces, for your home,
hotel and galleries decoration and reselling purposes. If you got tired of shopping here, you can
find nice cafes and dining restaurants with fresh foods, snacking and beverages.
Rendition of Arab’s: You can’t miss the Dubai Mall in the list of Arabian style souk which is
famous for its boutiques, jewelry shops, precious metals and gemstones and international
standards textile materials.
A Fountain View Shopping: If the day is near to its end, it’s time to visit a Burj Lake beside
towers of Burj Khalifa, where you find Souk Al Bahar, a modern but customary Arabian
marketplace. Bateel dates, jewelry, Arab style abayas, incense cones, and pure honey. You can
enjoy your evening meal with Dubai Fountain show.