Dubai Creek empties out into the Arabian Sea
In Bur Dubai, near the spot where the Dubai Creek empties out into the Arabian Sea, lies a quaint part of Dubai known as the Heritage Village. A favorite among tourists coming for sightseeing in Dubai, the Village presents a fascinating panorama of Dubai of yore.
There is no entry fee charged at the Heritage Village and visitors have a number of interestingDubai City tours
options to pursue like handicraft shopping, live entertainment and cheery open air meals, to name a few.
Executives attending a MICE in Dubai
too will enjoy the old world charm of the place and usually count it as the perfect place to while away a free afternoon.
The main highlights of Heritage Village are undoubtedly the pottery artisans and weavers. A section is also dedicated to pearl diving, an occupation that was enormously instrumental in shaping Dubai. Pockets of the Heritage Village also give the tourist glimpses of the emirate as it used to exist before oil was discovered in the Gulf.
Our Dubai travel company would like to point out that the Heritage Village at Shindagha is very different from the Hatta Heritage Village. The latter is located in the famed Hatta desert regions outlying Dubai. Please ensure you specify which village is on your itinerary to visit before you book your heritage Dubai tour packages.
The Heritage Village is a lovely place to begin your Arabian adventure
thanks to its rich array of history. It is unadvisable to go without a knowledgeable tour guide, as they help you paint a better picture of Dubai’s history.