Didn't visit to purchase gold, just to have a look around. It was fascinating seeing so much Gold Jewellery in one place. A really good experience. Whilst we weren't there to purchase, many were
Like the nearby Spice Souq, the Gold Souq is a chaotic marketplace where you can expect to be called out by many a hawker. The covered avenues do feel wider and more open here, and there are a couple...
Don't miss out on the famous gold market here on New Year's Day or traveling to Dubai. This is not only a gold trading market, but also an eye-opening attraction.
Locals will buy gold here, and visitors will visit each of the different treasures of each household, such as the largest gold ring, the most expensive gold clothes. Its dazzling. If you have a fancy style, you can also talk about the price, it is suitable to buy it.
In the face of international development, some people will worry: the tradition is lost like this? In fact, there is no, walking in the market on both sides of the Dubai River - here was the center of Dubai, screaming and screaming, the enthusiasm of the younger brother to attract people's attention in a traditional way, and other Bazars in the ancient millennium. The rivers on the river, the bustling scenes depicted in the same thousand and one nights; walking into the deep lanes of the old city, the Arabs wearing robes in the "maze" shuttle, continued the sound of 1300 years of chanting, the whole city fell into In a long atmosphere.
Since the 1940s, the sale of gold has become an important business in Dubai. The quality of gold here is controlled by the national government, so even as an ordinary tourist, you can buy it with confidence.
Whether you are interested in such a jewel, it is worth spending 1-2 hours coming in here to feel the atmosphere. A dazzling array of gold, diamonds, jade, pearls, silverware... Sometimes it's really easy to see people dazzled.
And when you just walk out of the door of the shop, the streets are dressed in robes, Arabs who are chatting, hard-working Afghans, local women in bargaining, and so on.
Lively Dubai - Gold Market & Spice Market
Dubai has today's prosperity, but it is not based on a unique resource, but a city's long-term management.
A short 15-year coastline witnessed the great changes in Dubai. After crossing the Dubai Creek to the old town, you can feel the charm of the past and understand the deepest culture.
So through the architectural heritage, we reached
Dubai Gold Market.
Its bustling here, with the Guinness World Records heaviest gold ring. The entire street shines with blingbling gold, and its going to flash. The work of
is extremely exaggerated. If you want a certain gas field, you can control them~
There are 24K 22K 18k and other different gold options, you can bargain!
Description, the store enthusiastically brought their luxury gold ornaments to me, I immediately found the feeling of being a queen, haha ~
not far away is the local -
into the alley, the fragrance will come to the nose, let people indulge in the world of fragrance, long aftertaste. A bag of open spices was placed neatly on the side of the road, and hawkers enthusiastically solicited business at the stalls.
Here you can buy some local seasonings such as dried lemon, cardamom, red pepper, cinnamon, cheese and more.
Dubai Gold Souk is a popular attraction in Dubai. Although the street is only just over 100 meters long, it was historically an important gold trading center in the Middle East. The market is lined with gold shops on each side, with giant gold ornaments pulling in gazes of passersby. The visual impact of the shop interiors, filled with gold trinkets, is even more breathtaking. Many visitors love to window shop on this busy little street.