Attractions to explore nearby Dubai Creek
The saltwater estuary is the initial location where the Bani Yas tribe settled, and its waters were crucial for what utilized to be Dubai's fundamental shapes of economy: pearl jumping and angling. Nowadays, the area is flooded with the history of the emirate, as it's right near to the Dubai Exhibition hall as well as the overly complex back roads of the gold, zest and material souks.
The Etihad Museum is a museum in Dubai that collects, preserves, and shows the heritage of the United Arab Emirates within the areas of social, political, social, logical, and military history. The formation of the United Arab Emirates as a country took place within the area that forms the museum today.
Dubai Spice Souk or “old souk” is known for its good quality and variety of herbs, spices, and flavors. Visitors can find unique products such as traditional UAE clothing, Arabian rugs and lanterns, and dried fruits as well. The souk consists of several narrow lanes lined with open and closed-roof stores.
It is a neighborhood in the historical center of the city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates that was built in the 1830s and was the home of the ruler of Dubai- H.H. Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum. The area opened to the public as a museum, and the most important landmark is the Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum's House.