Madinat Jumeirah continues to embrace Emarati hospitality


Madinat Jumeirah continues to embrace Emarati hospitality by journalism student Dalal Awienat

By: Dalal Awienat

DUBAI, UAE- The traditional Arabian Bazaar of Souk Madinat Jumeirah continues to embrace Emirati hospitality.  

Located next to the iconic Burj Al Arab, Madinat Jumeirah is a United Arab Emirates landmark. The Souk has been welcoming visitors and tourists since 2004. 

Traditional lanterns and wall decorations make up the interior of the Souk, providing an authentic Emarati experience. The Souk is a symbol of the iconic Arabian hospitality. 

Shops in The Souk offer a wide range of traditional jewelry, spices and clothing. Unique souvenirs such as personalized sand art or hand-woven carpets are also available. 

 The Souk is home to over 25 restaurants and cafes, which serve both international and traditional cuisines. 

Madinat Jumeirah is surrounded with greenery and a canal. Canal tours are available for visitors who wish to explore further. 

The Theater of Digital Art displays modern visual art.  The Souk Seven Gallery is a tribute to Emirati culture and heritage.  

Madinat Jumeirah is a perfect blend between old and new Dubai and is open throughout the year.