Outdoor markets are a great place to bargain for things that you wish to buy. You can browse through the stalls and pick varieties of products which are comparatively cheaper than that you get from department stores or Malls. The food products are locally sourced and the fruit and vegetables here are of great value in both quality and quantity.
This animated market sets up behind the Dubai Marina Mall and delivers clothing, handicrafts, jewellery and unusual gift items galore. There are Turkish towels, handbag and handmade necklaces. It is located on the Dubai Marina Mall Promenade and is open every Wednesday from 10am to 10pm and Thursday through Saturday from 10am to 11pm. It offers a wide range of fashion and accessories, souvenirs, children’s products and home decor items. The market is also a splendid place of leisure after spending the day at the mall or catching a film at the cinema.
Covent Garden Market
The Covent Garden Market is situated near The Walk JBR. Weekends be the best of the time to put a visit to this place. It is open from 10pm to midnight (sometimes 1am). It is a perfect location to have a quiet stroll along The Walk and leaf through the apparently limitless assortment of clothing, trinkets, pet accessories and sweets. With clowns, artists and stalls for children, it is a great place to spend an evening on the weekend.
The Ripe Food & Craft Market, under the Patronage of the Dubai Crown Prince, has returned for its second season in Dubai. It has over 160 vendors each week, in the beautiful Zabeel Park from 9am till 2pm. The one of a kind community event has become Dubai’s favourite farmers market, offering delicious traditional, pure and fresh produce and providing a platform for some of the city’s best food expats and get everything from fresh produce, oils, honey and much more.
Dubai Flea Market
Launched in 2008, the Dubai Flea Market is a second-hand marketplace where people can buy and sell used products such as household items to home appliances, furniture to garments, toys and books; etc. You can also bargain for items especially in textiles and ceramics. The market pays more attention on second-hand items and handcrafts.
The Farmer’s Market is committed in supporting local and organic products rather than importing ingredients. The Dubai Garden Centre hosts a farmers’ market every Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM. The market sells a large varieties of products from jams to fresh vegetables, displayed around the common display of the Garden Centre’s earthenware and terracotta pots and flowers.
Discover the best products with best prices. So pull up your socks and surf through numerous shops and get ready to bring down the roof with all the bargaining tricks up your sleeves.