Incredible spice and famous gold souks mixed with the bustling road and with a touch of modernization is what Deira is all about. It is the second oldest city on the other side of the Creek and unlike the well-polished skyscrapers overlooking the clouds at Sheikh Zayed Road, Deira has small retail stores which are run by the family of traders since generations. One can visit Deira to witness the historic charms, cultures, and traditions of the place. One of the major tourist attractions of Deira involves its famous Gold Souks and is a must visit place for all the visitors. Intricate and exclusive jewelry designs attract hundreds of tourists from all around the world every day. From heavy necklace to intricate pieces and full body gold armor the place has it all. Another place that a foodie tourist will admire is Spice Souk. The market is full of local spices and its aroma can be felt in the air you breathe. Spice Souk is the traditional market which attracts both locals and tourists. This is also one of the less commercialized and best places to explore in Deira.
Women’s Museum Bait al Banat is one of the many places to visit in Deira. This one of a kind women museum showcases the work done by some of the significant women and their contribution towards the Arab Gulf Region. Visit Heritage House, another most visited destination of Deira. The house which was constructed in 1980 provides an opportunity to have an inside look at the wealthy merchant’s house. And if you are looking for some fun-filled performance then head out to watch the action-packed shows of dolphins performing along with playful seals at Dubai Dolphinarium. Take your family vacation to new heights by interacting with these intelligent mammals. Make the best out of your Dubai trip by indulging in some exotic experiences.
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