Fujairah offers a shopping experience that’s different from Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The city still has traditional Middle Eastern souks where locals and guests love to bargain. The local markets are full of aromatic spices, colourful footwears, local fashion and fabrics, carpets and shawls, leather items, local delicacies, souvenirs, and handicrafts. But the city also has swanky shopping malls
Visit the Fujairah City Centre for window shopping as well as some real shopping as you browse through its array of stores and retail outlets selling international brands. From clothing and footwear to kitchen appliances and fashion accessories stores - you can get them all here.
For handicrafts, souvenirs, antiques, and potteries drop in at the roadside Masafi Friday Market or Souq Al Jumaa(but open all week), which allows you to get discounts if your haggling skills are in place. Located on the edge of the Hajar mountains, on the Al Dhaid to Masafi Road, this open-air market sells locally grown fresh fruits, vegetables, nurseries that sell exotic flowers & ornamental plants, pottery, handicrafts, carpets and other touristy souvenirs.
The Safeer market is another delightful fare of traditional Arabian wares such as perfumes, furniture, clothing, and special Iranian tea. There is no dearth of shops selling flavoured shishas in Fujairah. They also have traditional hookahs rarely found anywhere else other than UAE.
Central Souq is perfect for locals and tourists as it’s a food market filled known for meat, fish, local produces, dates, spices, and herbs.
Fujairah offers a shopping experience that’s different from Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The city still has traditional Middle Eastern souks where local...
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