Its name is related to the early settlers from Bastak, Persia, who fled their homes due to religious persecution. The Emeryty government provided them with several aids. It really reminds people of Iran, mainly because of its wind tower and the internal structure of some traditional houses. This is a very small area, but there are many narrow alleys here, which is indeed a bit mysterious. Strolling along the ancient streets, on both sides of the street are beautiful small shops, artistic attractions, restaurants and ancient buildings, allowing you to appreciate the essence of ancient Dubai. After reconstruction, it is clean and charming, which is an attractive place in itself. It is only a few steps away from the Dubai Museum and the Old Market. I recommend taking Accra (an ancient ship) to enjoy the various markets along the coast.
Dubai's Arab historical buildings, human historical and cultural district, and Arab cultural city.
The full name of the Iranian town of Dubai: Bastakiya Old City, founded in 1859, its name comes from a small town called Bastak in early Iran, where many wealthy Persian merchants once lived ✨ The traditional Iranian town The houses, wind towers, and the narrow alleys between the houses are famous✨ In 2005, the Dubai government decided to revitalize the old city’s appearance. Those highly styled buildings, wind towers and alleys were reborn
Continue to see the scenery of the old Arab city, always feel a little familiar, more like the night of the old town of Casablanca? It seems not so public. Like the old city of Antalya? It seems that it is not so gentle. In any case, to me, it is an exotic style blown by the sea breeze. Who makes the difference?