Okay, the old market was newly renovated, but there is no catering. Located on the waterfront in the city center, if the weather is not so hot, this place is paradise; close to Dubai, the scenery is good, next time you can consider living in Sharjah.
The Sharjah Gold Market (Gold Souq/Blue Souq), also known as the Blue Market, is the most famous market in Sharjah and a must-go place for every tourist who comes to Sharjah for shopping. Because it looks like a train, local Chinese prefer to call it the locomotive market. The predecessors made it into a locomotive, which means that through this "locomotive", the people of Sharjah can be taken to a prosperous and prosperous road. From the appearance, this building is still very beautiful, blue and white, beautiful patterns can be seen everywhere, with Arabic characteristics.
In Sharjah, UAE, the hotel we stayed in is in Sharjah. There is nothing to see far away. I found this blue market on the map, and I felt that it was quite close to the hotel, but I didn’t find it for a day. local
The Locomotive Gold Market in Sharjah was designed by the Chief of Sharjah himself, hence the name of the locomotive. Today, it has become a good place for tourists to visit and shop. He was dizzy by the local ethnic vendors. Too warm and friendly. A black suit was bought for AED 150. I was also taken for a group photo~ The locals here are not as cold as the locals in Dubai and dare not approach
The locomotive market, because there are no trains in Dubai, a locomotive-shaped market was specially built. The market mainly sells gold jewelry. There are also Persian carpets on the second floor. I bought some souvenirs, postcards, keychains and the like here. They are very cheap here, and of course I have to bargain. If you don’t want to buy things, you can go out first. The opposite is the invincible sea view, and the street scenery is also exotic.
I love the locomotive market the most, because there are so many interesting souvenirs for sale, although most of them are made in china, this is a pity! Just like when Huahua told us before in Long Beach that almost all the souvenirs in a certain market come from Yiwu, but it’s okay... The meaning is that the thing you are holding has traveled a long way, seeing a lot of people and scenery. Then you brought it back to the place where it was originally in a foreign country. This is also a good story. Buy a magic lamp, the lamp god, the lamp god...Help me realize my wish
The Blue Market is a super large-scale market in Sharjah. The goods here are abundant and the price is relatively cheaper. It should be named for the blue lines on the outer walls and roof. Compared with the shopping malls in Dubai, it is much more low-key and more civilian, so consumption here is still OK.
Blue Souq, also known as the locomotive market, is a little-known local building because it is similar in shape to the locomotive. The building is made up of two long trains, mainly selling gold, jewelry and scarves and other crafts. The building also has two floors, the first floor is mainly selling gold and jewelry, gold is more colored gold, more 22k-based. The second floor is mainly selling local characteristics of crafts such as scarves, Arab carpets and handicrafts, etc. The Sharjah gold market is far cheaper, bargain-able and a popular destination for tourists, compared to Dubai's gold market.