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I have been to Dubai 3 times usually as a stop over for a few days on our way home from Africa. Love this city and love the Gold Souk. People are so friendly and the shopping is supreme. Be sure to barter. I have...More
We went to the gold and spices souk (means market in arabian) as parrot the half day city tour. There is a gaudy display of gold ornaments everywhere around you. You get lots of designs and certificate of authentication for a price. Do bargain in...More
A rare experience of bustling streets in Dubai! Lot's of street sellers, extravagant gold items and a market place.
Make sure tou get the Dhow boat and have a coffee and shisha to get some old Arabic culture!
Only downside was the amount of people...More
Wow wow wow. Safe clean glittering n sooo hard to choose... a must to visit even if it’s just to see how everyone works in perfect harmony without worrying even a lil bit bout theft...
I would definitely go every time I visit
One will be frozen seeing Gold every inch of the show case With hundreds of shops in a single area. Streets full of stores and Gold Shopping malls. Tons of Gold displayed with various types, in imaginable designs to cover right from the head to...More
When you think Dubai gold souk it is very easy to assume that this is an opulent and lavish display of wealth as well as pieces of signature jewellery.
Sadly that could not be further from the truth. To be honest with you if you...More
The Gold Souk and Spice Market feature in most city tours of Dubai. I like that the gold you find here is authentic and certified. Please note that when your tour guide takes you to particular stores, you don't need to buy. Those stores have...More
We caught a taxi to arrive here. This was probably our most interesting experience in Dubai. We bought some essential oils @ more reasonable price than in Dubai Mall. Most of people we saw here are traders native to South Asia and the Middle East.
In my opinion, the best time to visit the Souk would be close to sunset. We went in December and it was still warm so I couldn't imagine going in the middle of the day with intense heat. Another reason for going during... More
In my opinion, the best time to visit the Souk would be close to sunset. We went in December and it was still warm so I couldn't imagine going in the middle of the day with intense heat. Another reason for going during sunset is the boat ride along the creek during sunset is ideal. I don't imagine them closing during the day except for a few minutes during the call to prayer.