You should definitely see tons of gold on Dubai Gold Souk market.
How to do?
1. Head to Dubai Gold Souk market that is situated in old district Deira.
2. It's not a secret that lots of travelers consider buying gold in Dubai as one of the main purposes of their trip. No wonder, the choice is huge and the prices are much lower than in other countries. That's because in the UAE taxes are very low. Besides that, Dubai is one of the safest regions in the world, so your purchase will be in safety.
3. In case you don't find anyething that matches your tastes, just stroll around an take a look at vast array of gold.
Where to do?
Myriads of golden jewels and precious stones at the market are not necessarily to be bought, but they are definitely worth seeing.53
Open hours: The market is open from 10:00 am until 10:00 pm, on Friday it opens at 4:00 pm.
Tips and hints
Before getting lost your head in the gold market rush, you'd better haggle! Don't be shy, here it is kind of "comme il faut", besides the price can be 2 time reduced.
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