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Property Details

1 B/R Apartment - Souq Al Kabeer

Description
  • 750 sq ft
  • 0 Parking
  • 1Bedroom
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • AED 45,000

Bur Dubai / Dubai

Amenities
  • Balcony
  • Central A/C

Details

Status :Ready Possession
Consultant's No. :+971 4 303 9333
Property Id :1BR-BL-SOUQALKABEER
RERA PERMIT :6832783000

One Bedroom Apartments For Rent Near Dubai Museum – Al Fahdi Street bur Dubai

 

- Spacious Balcony

- Apartments with only One Bath and One bath plus Toilet also available

- Near to Baloch Mosque

- Near to Dubai Museum and Arabian Courtyard Hotel & Spa

- On Al Fahdi Street Bur Dubai

- Area starting from 600 Sq.Ft. to 750 Sq.Ft. are available

- 8 to 10 minute’s walk to Al Fahidi Metro Station

- Near to Grocery, Clinics, Restaurants

 

Rent AED 45,000/-

 

Al Souq Al Kabeer is home to modern art galleries, al fresco restaurants, and tea shops in the courtyards of chic Al Fahidi Historical District, lined by traditional stone houses. Stalls selling colorful silks and embroidered cushions fill the maze-like Bur Dubai and Textile souks, both overlooked by the slender minarets of Grand Bur Dubai Masjid mosque. Abra water taxis connect with Deira across Dubai Creek.

Al Souk Al Kabeer also referred to as Souk Al Kabeer or Meena Bazaar, is a community in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Al Souk Al Kabeer is located in the area of Bur Dubai and is one of the oldest residential areas in the city with a predominantly South Asian population, restaurants and shops. The locality, referred to as Meena Bazaar by the local Pakistani and Indian community, also encompasses the historic Al Bastakiya district of Dubai.

Al Souk Al Kabeer, literally meaning The Big Market, saw an influx of traders from India in the early 20th century who eventually settled in the area.

Important landmarks in Al Souk Al Kabir include the Al Bastakiya district, Al Fahidi Fort, Dubai Museum, Bank of Baroda and the Hindu temple of Dubai.

Meena Bazaar was originally called Cosmos Lane, but taxi drivers in Dubai began calling it Meena Bazaar because of the many  well-dressed mannequins of the textile stores on Al Fahidi street resembled Delhi’s Meena Bazaar. In the 1970s a shop in Bur Dubai changed its name from Shardha Trading to Meena Bazaar, and the title caught on from there. Today Meena Bazaar is a perfect option for old-fashioned shopping in Dubai.

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