Sharjah locomotive gold market, designed by Sheikh Sharjah himself, forms the original name of locomotive. Nowadays, it has become a good place for tourists to visit and shop. Dizziness caused by local ethnic traders. Too warm and friendly. Buy a black suit for 150 dirhams. The local people here are not as cold as the local people in Dubai.
The locomotive market, because there is no train in Dubai, has specially built a locomotive-shaped market. The market mainly deals in gold jewelry, Persian carpets on the second floor, and so on. I bought some souvenirs, postcards, key chains and so on here. It's very cheap here, of course, we have to bargain. If you don't want to buy something, you can go out and have a look. The sea view is invincible on the opposite side, and the scenery on the street is exotic.
My favorite locomotive fair is because there are many interesting souvenirs to sell, although most of them are made in China, which is a little regrettable. Just like when Huahua told us at Long Beach that almost all souvenirs of a market come from Yiwu, it doesn't matter. The meaning is that the thing you have in your hand has traveled a long way, seen a lot of people and scenery, and then in a foreign country. It's a good story that you took the other country back to its original place. You bought a magic lamp, lamp god, lamp god. Help me realize my wish.
The blue market is a very large-scale market in Shaqa, where commodities are abundant and relatively cheap. It should be named for the blue lines on the exterior walls and roofs. Compared with Dubai's shopping malls, they are much more low-key and civilian, and they can still be consumed here.
Blue Souq is also known as the locomotive market, because the shape of the building is very similar to the locomotive, so it is also a small well-known building in the local area. The building is made up of two long trains, which mainly sell gold, jewelry, scarves, crafts and so on. The building also has two main floors. The first floor mainly sells gold and jewelry. Most of the gold is lottery gold, mostly 22K. The second floor mainly sells local crafts such as scarves, Arab carpets and handicrafts. Sharjah's gold market is far cheaper than Dubai's. It's also a bargaining place. It's also a favorite place for tourists.
Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi, chief of Sharjah, has long attached importance to the development of education, Islamic culture and heritage conservation. In 1998, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) awarded Sharjah the title of "the cultural capital of the Arab world" in recognition of its outstanding achievements in the field of culture and education.
Drive to Sagar, the third largest city in the Emirates, because it is close to the Persian Gulf dock relative to Iran and has opened many trade markets. There's a great market for souvenirs. Because it looks like a locomotive, it's named the locomotive market. The locomotive market is not small but consists of two long markets, with overpass links in the middle. There are not many people in this market, so the clerks are very enthusiastic. Most of the souvenirs are handicraft products sold in small shops, which is worth cleaning out. The locomotive-type building designed by the Sheikh of Sharjah is a shopping place with good quality and low price. Luxury is inferior to Dubai and Abu Dhabi, but we should still feel the atmosphere here.