Al Seef Dubai is one of the oldest tourist spots in the United Arab Emirates, particularly in the Dubai Creek area. Now, when we say “Seef,” it means “coast” or “shore” in the Gulf of Arabic. I would say that Al Seef Dubai is a perfect illustration of how Dubai transformed itself from an old historical Dubai to a majestic modern-day city!
My girl best pal and I visited the area unannounced! We throw ourselves a challenge afternoon-day tour in Al Seef. Honestly, it’s quite brutal going there without any clues on how to get there despite some ideas we already have in mind. We even had a map! We asked people, and unfortunately, some folks led us confusingly. Thank goodness some accommodating people from RTA guided us! And we reached our destination happily!
With that in mind, I decided to write this blog to help you – aspiring Al Seef visitors to get there quickly!
A Quick Travelers’ Guide for Al Seef Dubai
Where is Al Seef, and why should I go there?
You will find Al Seef Dubai alongside Dubai Creek. It’s a beautiful heritage place that stretches in Dubai Creek. It has excellent varieties and restaurants to chill and relax while enjoying foods. Visiting the site is like seeing old Dubai. It’s a time wrap! Here’s why you should there!
- It’s a Historical place.
- Enjoy and embrace its peacefulness during the afternoon time.
- You can buy Cheap Souvenirs.
- You can experience a Cheap Boat ride, only 2 Dirhams.
- An excellent place for Selfies, Groupies, and Photography
- Experience the variety of Food
For services being offered in Al Seef Dubai, visit HERE.
Easiest Way to Reach Al Seef Dubai?
You can go to Al Rigga Metro station and take the C9 bus from Al Rigga Metro Bus station stop A. Go to the Bus stop – Al Sabkha Marine Transport Station 2. Find the boat that accepts ticket or NoL card payment for 2 AED. Remember not the 1 AED boat ride.
You can also go to Baniyas Marine Station – 2 AED Tickets or an NOL card.
For other directions, please visit HERE.
Things to Remember When Going to Al Seef Dubai
- Wear comfortable clothes and footwear.
- Don’t bring too many things with you because it’s a long stretch of the walk.
- If you love lights, visit it during the blue hour to nighttime.
- If you love quietness, visit the place in the afternoon time.
- Make sure to have a full battery or back battery pack for your phones and cameras for unlimited picture taking!
- Retail shops open on Sunday to Wednesday, 10 AM to 10 PM, and on Thursday to Saturday from 10 AM to 12 midnight.
- Restaurants open from Sunday to Wednesday from 10 AM to 10 PM.
- Strictly observed COVID-19 precautionary measures!
There you have it, Lounger! I hope I have ignited your excitement to see the beautiful place! Let me know about your travel experience. What’re your suggestions? I’d love to hear from you!
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