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Worth a stroll round to see what it must have been like before the transformation to the glitzy city it is now. Narrow winding alleys take you round and you will be amazed what you come across. There are the usual small shops, curious museums...More
Al Fahidi historical neighborhood is quite big, some areas are full with a lot traders in narrow lanes, just make sure you know the price of the items that you want to buy to avoid being conned. Also be polite but firm to some traders...More
This is a wonderful place - historical, peaceful, quiet, charming and beautiful. Each & every corner and each & every lane is photogenic. There are many places of interest here - museums like the coffee and coin museums, galleries like XVA and Majlis, restaurants/cafes like...More
After the first few days experiencing the modern and luxurious sights of Dubai this was a lovely humbling and historical respite. The architecture, alleys and handiwork’s were a real insight to Dubai’s more humbling roots. The nearby Dubai Museum also have a good background into...More
We wanted to visit Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood as we had seen much of Dubai but in all its modernity. It didn’t even look like it was quite open but there were a few scattered people around and not all but most libraries and galleries...More
No visit to Dubai is complete without a visit to Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood. Walking along the passageways, you can visit galleries and cafe. Be absorbed by the artworks and artifacts on display as you sip coffee in one of the many cafes. Located within...More
Not a lot to see (just several small streets and old city wall) but still very interesting to see how Dubai started as a small port.
Whilst there visit the Coffee museum, the Dubai museum and have a meal at the Arabian Tea House.
This is one of my hiding places in Dubai. I usually visit this one once a month but what Im gonna write about is the event “Sikka Artfair” it is a yearly event in Al Fahidi Historical District and I recommend to visit Fahidi during...More