Dubai Creek is the river that gave birth to Dubai. Taking a trip on the river in an old wooden boat during the day, you can appreciate Dubai's many tall buildings and domed mosques, while after dark you can enjoy the colorful lights of nighttime Dubai. The river divides the city in two: to the west lies the up-and-coming Bur Dubai district, with its modern skyscrapers lining the riverbank; to the east lies the Deira district of old Dubai, symbolizing the city's historic roots. Here you can feast your eyes on the area's traditional wind towers, mosques and markets.
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Dubai Creek Tower is a supported observation tower under construction located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, at a preliminary cost of AED 3.67 billion, and it was expected to be completed in 2025, is a part of the Dubai government's strategy to maintain the flow of foreign cash into the emirates. In May 2013, the government of Dubai launched the Dubai Tourism Strategy 2020, with the key objective to attract 20 million visitors a year by 2020 and making Dubai a first choice destination for international leisure travellers as well as business travellers. In 2018, the strategy was expanded by setting new goals of attracting 21-23 million visitors in 2022 and 23-25 million visitors by 2025
The Dubai Creek is main river of Dubai, which it divides into two parts. One of these is the new urban district of Bur Dubai, with its modern glass curtain wall, and the other is the old region of Deira that still holds the ruins of the Al-Fahidi Historical Neighborhood. The water is so still that you can see the riverbed. You can take a local traditional water taxi or dhow to go sightseeing along the creek.
Dubai creek is the mother river of dubai that is also the mix of new and old Dubai.. There is no better way to experience it than hopping on one of the local water taxis called abras.
Dubai Bay is known as the mother river of Dubai. It is the birthplace of Dubai history. The river divides Dubai into a new town and an old town.
Water taxi on the river is the oldest water transport in Dubai, a small wooden boat with a ceiling. It takes only 3-4 minutes from the Golden Street to the opposite bank. There will be many birds flying around the boat, the price is only needed. Two yuan in RMB.
Walking a wooden boat on the Mother River like a local, this is definitely a great way to experience local life.