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The Bur Dubai Old Souk is one of the traditional souks found within the historical neighborhoods of Dubai. Often referred to as the Textile Souk or the Old Souk this traditional Arabic market is very recognizable because of its design, layout and strategic location.
Just within walking distance of the Dubai Creek Abra Station on the Bur Dubai side, the souk is the first attraction you will see if you are coming from a boat ride across the creek.
At first glance, the mostly covered Bur Dubai Souk looks so inviting to the eyes. It is marked by a traditional entrance that uses large wooden beams. On each side of the market are sand-colored walls divided into smaller stores with wooden doors. The stores sell all kinds of goods, including both locally made and also ones that were shipped in from all over the Middle East.
Brightly colored candles, pillows and various fabrics will easily get your attention. The souk has a large textile collection, this is why it is also often referred to as the Textile Souk. Technically speaking, the Textile Souk is only a section of the Bur Dubai Old Souk.