tourist corridor

New tourist corridor built in Dubai

Dubai has a new tourist corridor that has facilitated access to the historical and commercial neighbourhoods of the Deira district. This is Old Municipal Street, which Dubai Municipality has transformed from a regular road into a busy pedestrian thoroughfare.

Old Municipal Street stretches from the Al Ras neighbourhood to the famous Golden Market and connects the famous traditional markets to each other. The walkway overlooks the shores of Dubai Bay.

The project is part of a programme to revitalise the historic neighbourhoods of Deira and Bur Dubai, as well as restoring heritage sites across the emirate. Through these initiatives, Dubai is cementing its status as a leading global tourist destination that seamlessly blends innovation with old cultural landmarks.

The street, as it is specified, has undergone a comprehensive renovation: the road surface, lighting system and covered recreation areas have been upgraded. The aim of the project was not only to attract an additional flow of tourists, but also to stimulate commercial activity in the area.

In Dubai’s historic Bur Dubai neighbourhood, the Ramadan Souq market started its work on the territory of the old municipality building, as reported earlier. The launch of the municipal market is timed to coincide with the holy month of Ramadan, which is a few weeks away.

The traditional market attracts both Dubai residents and tourists from around the world every year, offering unique products at affordable prices. The market is open from 10:00am to 10:00pm.

It offers everything you need to prepare for Ramadan, including products for Hag Al Laila celebrations. Visitors can enjoy entertainment shows and activities for children.

Source: Khaleej Times

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