The Only Authentic Experience In Town
Take a glimpse at one of the old ways of transport in Dubai. The motorized Abra boats cross Dubai Creek in short trips that only cost one dirham. Enjoy the beautiful view as you get transported from Bur Dubai to the wonderful Deira Old Souq.
Al Fahidi Fort is the oldest existing building in the city. It is also home to one of the country’s most famous museum, the Dubai Museum. You can also find it on your 100 dirham bill!
Al Seef celebrates Dubai Creek’s beginnings as the famous coastal pearl diving base. Up to this day, you can still see fishermen and merchants crossing the water as part of their daily routine.
This is where the United Arab Emirates officially started! In the union house inside Etihad Museum, the emirate’s founding fathers signed the declaration that marked the formation of the UAE in 1972.
One of the most visited places of worship in the country, the Jumeirah Mosque is an iconic landmark in Dubai. Completed in 1979, the mosque serves as a place for open communication about the Islamic religion and Emirati culture.
Al Shindagha is a historical district in Dubai. It was home to Dubai ruler Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum from 1912 to 1958 and was later completely reconstructed to serve as a public museum.