Which metro station is near Fish Market?
Baniyas Square Metro Station station
The Baniyas Square Metro Station station is the nearest one to Fish Market in Dubai.
Which metro station is near to Waterfront Market?
Salah Al Din metro Station
The market is located near Salah Al Din metro Station, which is connected by feeder bus to Waterfront market.
Which RTA Bus going to Waterfront Market?
The E306 is the first Bus that goes to Waterfront Market in Dubai. It stops nearby at 3:15 AM.
What Bus number goes to Mina Fish Market?
The 54 is the first Bus that goes to Al Mina in Abu Dhabi.
Is Dubai Metro closed on Friday?
What are the timings of Dubai Metro? The Dubai Metro runs seven days a week, and metro stations are open from: Saturday to Wednesday: 5am to 1.15am (next day) Thursday and Friday: 5am to 2.15am (next day)
What is the metro timing in Dubai?
Wednesday: 5am to 1.15am
The Dubai Metro runs seven days a week, and metro stations are open from: Saturday to Wednesday: 5am to 1.15am (next day) Thursday and Friday: 5am to 2.15am (next day)
What are the opening hours of the Deira fish market?
The fish section is open 24 hours. Check the official website for a complete set of opening times (details in the information box below). Map showing location of Waterfront Market – Deira Fish Market.
Where to buy fresh fish in Dubai?
The Waterfront Market is the best place to buy fresh fish in Dubai. The state-of-the-art market opened in 2017, replacing the old Deira Fish Market. The new venue is very impressive. With polished floors and air conditioning, it’s much more like a large shopping mall than a traditional food market.
When will Dubai’s New Fish and vegetable market open?
A new fish and vegetable market is expected to open in August 2015. It will be located next to the Dubai Hospital in Al Hamriya and will replace the existing Deira Fish Market. The new market is currently around 50 percent complete. The two-storey building will cover 120,000 square metres.
What is the waterfront market like in Dubai?
The Waterfront Market also insist that traders wear uniforms and use management-supplied scales. All stalls are clearly marked with the name of the trader. Facilities include cash machines, currency exchange, toilets, and prayer rooms. A LuLu Hypermarket opened here in April 2019.