Old Dubai. Dubai has developed from a small fishing village, where oil has made it prosperous, and of course thanks to their King of Dubai! Here you can feel the past Dubai and Arab culture, but there are not many tourists, which belongs to the deep travel can experience, the impact of another culture, very amazing.
It's very Arabic and worth visiting. Single girls who take the subway should pay attention to it. After the subway station comes out, they must pass through an area inhabited by Indians and Pakistanis. At first glance, it's dirty and messy. They should pay attention to safety.
The Arabian historical buildings are the only wind towers along the Arabian coast of the Gulf. Bastakiah, also known as the old city of Bastakia in Dubai, is one of the oldest sites in Dubai. The name Bastakiah originated from the Iranian town of Bastak, where most of Dubai's first business immigrants came from in the early nineteenth century. The exquisite rubble walls inhabited by wealthy people became the symbol of the old city of Bastakia, and the central area was the most beautiful and elegant building.
The mountain people have to say that although it's extremely hot here, the photos will certainly tempt you. Compared with the modern central city zone, Iranian towns are really beautiful and quiet, so that you feel the lost civilization reappears here. Think of a song, "Yesterday again", ye, that's what it means.
The Arabian historical complex on the banks of the Dubai River, also known as Bastakia, is the oldest urban area in Dubai, roaming here as if in the past. These old buildings have been transformed into shady cafes, art galleries and fantastic shops, making them excellent places for visitors to enjoy themselves. The origin of the old city is Bastakia, the only remaining wind tower complex along the Arabian coast of the Gulf. Standing in this old city, you can vaguely see the tranquility and tranquility of Dubai in the past.