Tour in Dubai for only five dirhams

Despite the beauty of the city of Dubai and being one of the world famous cities on the level of tourism, but also opens its doors to people with limited budget to enjoy over a set of milestones that hardly the visit may cost you more than five AED only, here is a list of the things that you can do in return for this little amount of this beautiful city.

-Dubai Museum
To find out how Dubai evolved from pearling into a vital economic center, visit the Dubai Museum in Al Fahidi Fort which was built in 1787 and believed to be the oldest building in Dubai.
The visitors enter to the Museum through the heavy wooden doors in the courtyard of the fortress with three dirhams only, so that they can then explore different rooms, which displays the way of life in Dubai before the discovery of oil, besides the newly discovered ruins that date back to 3000 years b.c.
There is also another section of building displays the weapons of the early settlers, such as swords and Spears and bow and that will give you an idea of how to fight the battles of the ancient world.
The Museum opens its doors Saturday to Thursday, from 8: 30 am to 8: 30 pm, and Friday from 2: 30 until 08: 30

-Dubai old boat

To take a look at the traditional Dubai ,and commercial sailing ships that were updated with diesel engines all you have to do is enjoy the old boat of Dubai ,is a traditional boat made of wood (water taxis) that carry passengers across the Dubai Creek for only one dirham.
The ferry allows passengers to enjoy the beautiful landscapes and charming monuments of the city either in land or sea away from the bustle of traffic and skyscrapers.
The ferry is a small wooden boat with open umbrella accommodates up to 20 people, has been known for decades as a traditional way of transport across the Creek amid an unique perspective on the city skyline.

-Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum house

Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum house is located in the Al Shindaga in front of the Dubai Creek as a residence for the Al Maktoum family ,dating to 1894  ,this historic building is a masterpiece as a rich architect model remaining since the nineteenth century.
This house displays architecture arts and Islamic design and its floor which represents a comprehensive panoramic views of the city, and the House has been equipped with four barajeel for ventilation as a means of soothing atmosphere of the house in the summer , today the barajeel have become admired by various engineers.
The building was converted to a national museum documentary shows the stages of the development of civilization to the Emirate of Dubai ,and contains a special archive of photographs documenting life in Dubai before the discovery of oil.
The House opens its doors to visitors from Saturday to Thursday, from 8 am to 8: 30 pm, Friday from 3: 30 until 9: 30 pm for only two dirhams .

-Dubai Museum camel

Not far from Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum house, you have free access to the Dubai Museum for camel racing, which is one of the most exciting attractions in Dubai, this little house is a testament to the passion between people and camels  by monitoring its history ,types ,names ,diseases and how to prepare it for races.
And visitors are eager for information in this Museum about camels medical role in traditional society, and its role in the healing of many diseases.
Open Sunday to Thursday from 8: 00 until 2: 00.


Meets every Friday hundreds of Indians and Pakistanis and Bangladeshis workers in Dubai to watch wrestling ,where the stocky men are compete to win, their goal is to hit the opponent and dropping him on the sand using body weight.
Before the game, fans are mobilized by the charge of the ring, and visitors advised to wear proper attire for the Customs and traditions of Dubai and ask permission before taking pictures.


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