Souk al Marfa is a traditional shopping destination located in Al Quoz Industrial Area. The market has been operating since the 1950s and offers traditional handicrafts, clothing, home accessories, and much more.
Souk al Marfa is the perfect place for looking for authentic souvenirs from different parts of the world. Here you will find beautiful pieces made from wood and metal crafted by local artisans. The products offered here are mostly handmade by local craftsmen and artists using different materials like wood, clay, or silk. If you’re planning to visit Souk al Marfa, consider renting a car for a better experience and comfort.
Souk al Marfa is open for business every day except Thursday and Friday mornings, closed for prayers. The market opens from 5 am until 1 pm on weekdays, while on Saturdays, it closes at 1 pm only to reopen again at 4 pm until 10 pm or 11 pm, depending on what time Ramadan falls that year.