shopping malls Souk Madinat Jumeirah
Souk Madinat Jumeirah
Updated on 11 June 2015

Souk Madinat is a traditional Arabian souk with more than 75 carefully selected shops and boutiques, restaurants, bars and the Madinat Theatre. Here you will find traders selling candles, Arabian scents and souvenirs, artists specialising in personalised portraits and name paintings, all of which provide a choice of gifts for tourists. Dining is also a culinary treat as it boasts the finest Italian restaurants, fresh sushi spots and Asian eateries. With casual and formal dining spaces available here, it is a great place for catching up with friends. www.jumeirah.com

 

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