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Quintessential Dubai Souvenirs

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Shop the souqs in Deira and Bur Dubai, at Mina Bazaar and Karama, as well as Madinat Jumeirah and the malls. Quintessential Dubai souvenirs include Bedouin camel bags and blankets; antique Bedouin jewelry; brass coffeepots, Aladdin lamps and trays; traditional baskets and woven products; Oriental carpets; glass lamps/lanterns; gold; frankincense and incense burners; exotic perfumes; colorful jalabiyas; and fun, kitschy trinkets.
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Dubai - United Arab Emirates
In the Old Souq at Deira and in traditional boutiques in malls you'll see colorful jalabiyas or women's kanduras, which are increasingly being bought by foreign women. When out in public or in the company of men who aren't family, Emirati women...
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Al Shindagha Rd,Al Shindagha, Bur Dubai - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
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Before Emiratis settled in cities such as Dubai and Abu Dhabi after the discovery of oil, they were nomadic Bedouin, moving between the coastal fishing villages where they settled in winter and the inland oases of Al Ain and Liwa and mountain...
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Al Shindagha Rd,Al Shindagha, Bur Dubai - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
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The UAE's Bedouin women wove an array of baskets and string bags and other traditional products, such as mats spread out on the ground to eat upon and conical shaped covers to product the food from flies. They make great souvenirs and you'll see...
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31 28 B Street - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
In the old days before the discovery of oil, the Bedouin lived on a simple diet of camel's milk, dates, seafood when they were on the coast, and goat meat when they were inland. Camel's milk has always been sold beside fresh cow's milk in UAE...
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Dubai Mall Doha St Dubai - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
When my visitors to Dubai turned out not to be the shopping types but felt they had to take something home for family and friends, I would send them to one of the branches of Al Jaber Gallery. Predictably, they'd return to my apartment laden with...
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NR6, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia
Cambodian-French fashion designer Romyda Keth is Cambodia's most beloved home-grown fashion designer and her feminine, figure-hugging, silk cocktail dresses have become the ultimate wearable souvenir for fashionistas. A lot of the clothes...