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Absolutely gorgeous decor, great activities for all kids of all ages and ethnicity, excellent mulled wine and a bevy of quick snacks. Only downer is the crowds and the long lines. go early to avoid that. Else it would be the perfect festive outing for...More
We attended the market fairly early around 6pm one evening and still had to queue for parking. Once inside we found that the Souk itself was full of tiny shops and had a somewhat confusing layout with mediocre signage.
The Christmas market was understandably busy...More
With a stunning view on the most luxurious hotel in Dubai , you can feel the Arabian architecture of Souq Madinat Jumeirah along with a boat trip on the lake
It also features some good restaurants and caffes
Parking is free for the first 3...More
Madinat Jumeriah - This place is like stepping into an Arabian Movie Set. The architecture is stunning, the waterways turquoise in colour, the abra's romantically dressed up with cushions, hanging nets and lanterns..... and in the background standing proudly - The Burj al Arab.
If you visit dubai you should visit souk madinat; it has a unique design with direct view at burj alarab; the relaxing atmosphere here is fascinating . Bring your camera to get as many shots as you can .
This is a nicely designed souk to walk around and admire the locally designed indoor souk. There are also restuarants overlooking the lake which is really nice. However, the only issue here is that the entire souk is priced hire than other places in dubai.
Took a day trip to Souk Madinat Jumeirah and was pleasantly surprised with the amazing views of Al Burj Arab along with the wonderful variety of stalls in the souk from jewellery, clothing or ornaments small and large. And to top off the day we...More
We went there not expecting too much it was really to take picture of the Burj Al Arab Jumeriah . Well, much to our surprise we were total enchanted with the building and the shops. This is a very well appointed shopping area on the...More
Only spent 3 days in Dubai, and only came here for the nye fireworks. Not the sort of place where i would spend a holiday as it is mainly a shopping destination with massive shopping centres. However on the last day we went to the...More
Response from Marianne31 | Reviewed this property |
The Souk is about a 10 minute taxi ride from Burj Khalifa and very near Burj Al Arab. It is a modern take on the old souks and you can wear normal western summer dress. It is very nice. I did not go on the boats but heard... More
The Souk is about a 10 minute taxi ride from Burj Khalifa and very near Burj Al Arab. It is a modern take on the old souks and you can wear normal western summer dress. It is very nice. I did not go on the boats but heard they were expensive. There is a really good bar there called Folly next to Costa coffee. Go at sunset and watch the sun go down beautiful. Make sure you go up to the top of the bar they make great cocktails. There is also a great Irish bar near the entrance to the souk called McGettigans good food and live music. Hope this helps.