It features shopping, entertainment, and dining, namely, over 100 shops, amidst which lie 22 restaurants, cafés, and lounges, most situated on the waterfront promenade. This souk offers antique carpets, traditional handicrafts, sparkling jewelry, traditional costumes, Arabian perfumes, furniture, books, and artworks.
There is a grand point to take a look at Burj Khalifa – the world’s tallest tower especially during New Year’s Eve celebrations or The Dubai Fountain – one of the most photographed locations in the world.
The main feature of Souk Al Bahar is architecture – natural stone corridors, tall archways, Arabian-themed décor. Visitors can observe these classic Arabian styles at Palace Downtown Dubai, Manzil Downtown, and Vida Downtown Dubai. All these boutique hotels near Souk Al Bahar are known for their luxurious appeal and are home to some of the most popular restaurants in the city.
Speaking about the diversity, there are many restaurants that have cuisines all over the world – The Meat Company known for making great steaks, Claw Souk Al Bahar – for delicious BBQ, Kanpai – for traditional Japanese food, Patiala – authentic Indian dishes and Karma Kafe – Pan-Asian cuisine.
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