Rarely, you can find a place & a community who’s bonded to his heritage and so proud of it like the Emarati’s community.
The village shows a glimpse of the beautiful ancient past.
If you get in there, you will find Bedouin lifestyle represented in some workshops for hand crafts and sewing. You will find the tents built from the goats’ leather, an open-air museum showing hand-made medals and gifts.
The village contains an Arabic coffee seat in front of fire in the desert to get you in the atmosphere of the Bedouin’s life.
You’ll find also a small spices shop providing magnificent, natural leaves and different kinds of spices. You will be able to chat with the merchants and the people there and also try those staff if you want.
The village is located near by Marina Mall in Breakwater street.
The village is open from Saturday to Thursday from 9 am to 5 pm & on Friday from 3:30 pm to 9 pm.
If you one of the heritage lover, you’ll enjoy to the max there.