Dubai is situated on the Persian Gulf coast and it shares the border on the south with Abu Dhabi, in southeast with Sultanate of Oman and Sharjah in the north east. The Dubai creek forms a natural outlet and divides the city into two halves. This place is located in the subtropical climatic zone and it ensures sunny day all round the year.

The creek is a historical focal point in Dubai and it is a place of tourist attraction. It is a natural sea-inlet that cuts through the center of the city. The color of the sea is very interesting and the unloading and loading of dhows is simply amazing. If you want to enjoy the breath taking views of the creek and dhows then you must hire a water taxi from Abra that easily criss-cross the creek. There are various boatmen who take visitors on a fascinating long trip from the embankments of Abra to the island to Maktoum Bridge and the mouth of the creek. You can get to see the amazing historical sites and landmarks. Parts of the creek bank have been transformed through the redevelopment. On the Deira side, well-lit and broad paved extends from the cornice. It faces the Arabian Gulf and you can view the attractive how constructed beside the Maktoum Bridge. Between Maktoum and Garhoud bridges on the bur Dubai side, creek side parks provide pleasant walk and extensive public garden that features min-blowing landscapes.


Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House (Museun)

The grandfather present ruler, Sheik Saeed’s house has been restored and today it is popular museum. Sheik Saeed’s house was built near the sea in a commanding position in the late 1800s. It was built near the sea so that the ruler can observe the shipping from his balconies. The layers of room and the wind towers were built around the middle of the courtyard. Altogether this is the fine example of a regional architecture.     


Jumeira Mosque

This is one of the most beautiful mosques you can ever see and is the fine architectural example of modern Islamic religion. This is located on the Al Jumeira Road and is the largest mosque of the city. It looks stunning when floodlit after the sundown. It look like the subtle lightning has throws its artistry into relief.


Heritage and Diving Village

In Shundagah there is a traditional heritage village and it is created for the wavers and potters so that they can display their crafts. Again the diving village is a part of this ambitious idea which turns the total area into a cultural microcosm. It recreates Dubai life as it was in olden days. This place is famous among the couples of Dubai as it houses several live entertainment shows and open-air cafeterias. It also consists of a number of shops that sells handicrafts. For the visitors this place is worth seeing.