The Emirates.. Everything you need to know about the open markets in Dubai
The bulk of visitors to the UAE go to shopping malls and retail locations, but one of the most popular tourist destinations is Dubai's outdoor markets, where there is a great demand for expensive collectibles and handicrafts. In order for you to visit everything that catches your attention from these magnificent markets, we have laboured to choose the most popular markets in the city and have included them here together with the most crucial information for each market.
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Dubai's list of open markets:
In Dubai, there are several open markets spread out in various locations. You may visit them and spend some time there, and in the paragraphs that follow, we'll go over each one in detail so you can learn all about it.
Every year, between November and March, farmers from various emirates congregate at the farmers' market to sell their goods directly to customers who come to see what they have on display, which includes fresh baked goods, preserves, vegetarian fare, and organic products.
This market's objectives are to unite farmers in one location to promote their goods to customers, boost consumer trust in local agriculture, and draw attention to the expansion of the local agriculture industry in the United Arab Emirates.
Location: Business Bay, Bay Avenue
Opening times on Saturdays are 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
RAIB Souk, a fantastic Souk, will be opening this weekend in Dubai Police Academy Park. This market showcases a group of innovative young small business owners from all over the emirate of Dubai. The market also offers its customers a unique range of goods, including clothing, jewelry, household goods, clothing, food, and many other items.
You can spend an action-packed weekend at this market with family or friends, where you can taste a variety of culinary items as well as dishes from restaurants that are distributed throughout the market. When you travel to this location, you can be sure that there will be activities to please every member of the family, including performances, workshops, yoga classes, art shows, singing, and entertainment. All these events take place in a characteristic outdoor environment.
Park at Dubai Police Academy Saturday from 9: 00 AM to 9: 00 pm. Sunday, 9: 00 AM to 7: 00 pm.
It can be reached at 7000 315 04
Dubai flea market:
The flea market in Zabeel Park is one of the open markets in Dubai that draws a lot of vendors since it is a great place to buy a variety of collectibles, including furniture, textiles, pottery, toys, books, apparel, antiques, and handicrafts.
One of Dubai's biggest and oldest open markets is the handicrafts or art market. You may find many of the essential items you require at this market, such as clothing, arts and crafts, contemporary designs supervised by the most talented artisans in the UAE, jewelry, accessories, skincare items, soap, candles, and freshly baked foods.
The market is hosted twice a month at the "Time Square Centre" in addition to other venues like the Mercato Mall, Queen Elizabeth Ship 2, and Dubai Design District.
A place called Time Square Centre Monday through Thursday, 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM. 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM, Friday through Sunday. Phone number: 9411 458 050
The beach market:
Would you like to go to the Dubai outdoor markets that are along the sea? Immediately proceed to Jumeirah Beach Residence, which is home to the magnificent beach market, if you are. Every day of the week from early morning until late night, this market is open.
You can visit many different shops while strolling around this market, including those that sell handcrafted accessories, traditional items, and souvenirs. In addition, there are many stalls selling food in a variety of flavors.
Location: Jumeirah Beach Residence, The Beach. Working hours are 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM on Sunday through Thursday. 10:00 AM to 2:00 AM on Friday and Saturday. Phone: (509) 590-04
As a hub for Chinese goods in the emirate and one of the most well-known tourist locations that has attracted attention from around the world, Dragon Souk is one of Dubai's most well-known and Best Open Markets. The market's name comes from its dragon-shaped design, which houses a wide variety of stores showcasing all high- and medium-quality Chinese goods, such as apparel, footwear, electronics, bags, home décor, woodwork, Chinese herbs, home furnishings, and other goods.
Location: International City, Al Aweer Street Sunday through Wednesday, 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM. From Thursday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 a.m. Call 6200-433- 04
Al Karama Market is one of Dubai's most well-known open markets. This market, which offers goods from stores selling clothing, accessories, sports equipment, handbags, antiques, souvenirs, and home furnishings, has become very well-liked among locals and tourists alike.
Location: Karma's center
Saturday through Thursday, 10:00 AM to 10: 30 PM,
Friday: 2:30 pm to 1:00 a.m.
Reachable at 7721 336 04
MENA Bazaar is one of the markets that offer a wide variety of ceramics, spices, and furniture that can be purchased at extremely low prices, as well as all kinds of jewelry in all shapes and sizes, fabrics, and handmade items decorated with Indian-themed colors. As a result, this bazaar has gained popularity among both tourists and locals.
Location: Bur Dubai, Al Shindagha
Working hours are from 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM, Saturday through Thursday.
Friday, 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
The spice souk, which comprises more than 150 shop establishments, comes in last on the list of open markets in Dubai. As you stroll around this market, you may see the various shapes and colors of spices imported from Iran, Pakistan, and India as well as sample the most amazing variety of nuts and dried fruits.
Working hours are 7:30 AM to 9:55 PM from Monday through Friday.
7:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday
Phone number: 3627 222 050