The commercial and tourist hub of UAE is Dubai which has seen fastest growth, development, and advancement. Tourists from all over the world visit Dubai for leisure, business, and employment. If you are among the tourists who are planning to book Dubai tour package for a leisure tour with family or friends then this article highlights the most authentic and interior locations in Dubai that you must try to visit during your trip.
Dubai is known for the ultramodern infrastructure, skyscrapers, fashion brands, shopping and exciting nightlife in the stringent country of UAE. Majority of people living Dubai are immigrants from different countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and the Philippines. The vibrant city is known for the rich lifestyle of the sheiks and ancient Islamic monuments in Dubai. The city is divided into new and old Dubai out of which we have identified some of the best and interior places that you should miss during your trip to Dubai.
Deira to the north and Bur Dubai to the south are separated by Dubai Creek. The creek has been a powerful factor in the city’s development, first attracting settlers here to fish and pearl dive. Even today, some of the well-known traders travel across the Gulf and some of the shows anchored here are more than a century old. The little remains of Dubai’s traditional economy are still the active and fascinating place to wander around.
It is considered by many to be the most attractive of Dubai’s mosques. This mosque is a good example of Islamic construction. The stone structure is built in the medieval Fatimid tradition, with two minarets that display the subtle details in the stonework. It is mainly eye-catching in the evening when lit with floodlights.
People from different nationalities live in Deira which lies on the northern bank of Dubai Creek. It is the most famous for its traditional souks (markets), which bustle with shoppers at all times of the day. Deira Gold Souk is world-renowned as the largest gold bazaar in the world. The Deira Spice Souk sells every imaginable spice, with stalls overflowing with bags of frankincense, cumin, paprika, saffron, sumac, and thyme, as well as the fragrant wood, rose water, and incense. The fish market provides a much less touristy experience.
Sheikh Zayed Road
It is one of the important roads of Dubai. It has a wide road with eight-lane highway and is rimmed with towering glass, chrome, and steel high-rises along its entire length. It’s one of the best viewing points for Dubai’s well-known skyscraper views.
Heritage and Diving Village
At the Heritage and Diving Village; Dubai’s architectural, cultural, and maritime heritage is showcased, and also displays related to pearl diving and dhow building – two of old Dubai’s historic economic mainstays. For recreations, potters and weavers practice their handicrafts at the stalls and there are Persian homes, a traditional coffeehouse too.
The above-listed locations are filtered based on our research and online reviews of the travelers who have visited Dubai. If you need more information regarding the locations or assistance with the Dubai tour package then keep us posted in the comment section.