A natural harbor and the lifeline of Dubai city, the Creek is a must see for the adjacent souks and a great place to catch the pearl divers and fishermen in action. While visiting the creek, do walk on the tunnel or the two bridges that connects Deira and Bur Dhabi lying on opposite ends of the Creek. Water taxis (abra) are also popular with tourists to cruise the Creek.
Shop at the Gold Souk, Deira Old Souk and Spice Souk (for fresh fishes and Mediterranean spices), Electronics Souk (for white goods), Naif Souk and Al-Wasi Souk that offer a vast variety and types of brands and products.
Jebel Ali is littered with luxury hotels and resorts, recreational and sports facilities such as a lavish Golf Course and a grass cricket pitch, freshwater lakes and shopping malls that make it inadvertently the center of tourist attraction.
A must see tourist attractions; the Dubai Museum is particularly famous for the artifacts collected from the ancient graves at Al-Ghusais.