We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
May be a fine drive at night owing to high rise buildings, at least when in Dubai, but then the traffic monitoring system is effectively a TRAP for anyone to breach, albeit inadvertently. There are behavioral cameras on both sides of the road positioned every...More
Sheikh Zayed Road is an incredibly busy road prone to delays. It is an amazing engineering feat but can be difficult to negotiate. Use the train system if you can ! Researching where you need to go and how to get there before you travel...More
Sheikh Zayed Road has several interchanges to enable traffic to go on and off the highway. These interchanges commonly lead to roundabouts (rotaries) to enable traffic to exit or to go to the other side of the highway. There are many other exits although they...More
Response from Saskiagrav | Reviewed this property |
By street markets you possibly might mean as in open air street markets like in Malaysia , where you are from .....then the answer is no. This road is like an eight lane highway with speeding cars , its more like a speed... More
By street markets you possibly might mean as in open air street markets like in Malaysia , where you are from .....then the answer is no. This road is like an eight lane highway with speeding cars , its more like a speed track with bad drivers than anything else . The part of Dubai that resembles most a street market is in Deira in the old part of town.