Take a Grasp of the Past at the Oldest Place in Dubai (also known as Al Bastakiya)
Turn back the hands of time and get the real feel of how the Dubai was during the olden times in Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood or also known as Al Bastakiya. Visited there before lockdowns were e...
The Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood is a representative of the way live was in Dubai. WIth the traditional homes, narrow lanes, the wind tunnels visible everywhere, it's a good place to soak in the...
After some similar historical old town experiences I would have expected more people and lots of vendors selling their stuff, but I found a quiet, nice to walk by district with tons of free to enter o...
The traditional style of life that was prevalent in #dubai from the mid 19th century till the 1970s is reflected at #alfahidi Historical Neighbourhood, where buildings with high air towers (Barajeel) ranging from art exhibits, specialised museums and cultural activities #historicallandmarks
Ancient Arabia, crossing the Arabian Nights! Dubai Dream Tour
first came to the Arab countries, I like the shackles of Islamic architecture behind, the second generation of rose-colored gravel walls, crumbling clothesline, from the green to the blue Persian Gulf.
Seagull, cat and traveller, each looking for a place to stay. I can go shopping, the bronze medal tells who is the oldest who is the footnote; can bend around, take the old wooden raft to the other side;
can also turn into the store, sitting on the diamond-studded carpet, A couch for smoking shisha. Here, each road has its own chronicle, and each house has a story that is familiar.
Tips: The Alfadi Historic District is open every day at 8:00 am, no tickets, but all by walking, remember to bring water and drinks, there are old buildings, and there are not many food and beverage outlets. . It is also possible to go to the gold market on the opposite side through a three-tailed boat.
Visit the historic old quarter, where you can witness the old days of Dubai. Buildings from the mid-19th century to the 1970s, such as wind towers, palm-built houses, and neighborhoods, have been here until now, like taking a time machine and crossing the old Dubai.
Here is a complete coffee exhibition hall. All kinds of utensils that have evolved from ancient times to the present, including all utensils for baking, grinding and brewing, are collected; systematically display coffee with graphic and physical objects. culture.
In addition to the ancient buildings, you can experience a wide variety of cultural and artistic activities in the historical district of Al Fadi, visit the quaint and exquisite caf and taste the dishes of the traditional Arabic restaurant. This piece is elegant and simple. The area is full of literary atmosphere.
Escape from the dense skyscrapers of the city center, come to Al-Fadi, meet an old time, feel the back of time.
I have always had a strong interest in traditional Arab dwellings. Just like the Assassin's Creed, the game is liked by me. It is a historical and cultural city in the heyday. The process of running the map is like enjoying the time and space.
The Arabs are quite talented in color matching. The graffiti on the street can be seen. The Arabs in black robes still have a rich inner world.
The first thing I went to was the Coffee Museum, a very primitive Arab traditional house. It is located in the desert. There is no Chinese-style expensive wood, no European-style embossed relief, but the stone wall dirt road and carpet ornaments are combined. Rich exoticism