Dhow Wharfage stretches alongside the Baniyas Road nestled between the Dubai Creek and Deira area while being closely held by Old Deira Souks and many restaurants all around it. The place may be a site for trade where goods and food items get loaded in bulk for their departure to their respective destination but it has become irreplaceably famous for its old urban touch to trade, culture and colours.
The docks are always busy with ships going out and coming in which becomes a quick sight of attraction. You will be able to see wooden dhows that age back to 100 years proving that the roots of the country will forever strive here on the creek. The piles of cartons and many varieties of merchandise all waiting to be docked in or unloaded make a sight worth of seeing even though one may think this is just a place of trade. This truly makes the port a special trading place that is busy as ever.
Many special restaurants gather around that make the site even more fascinating. Along the Dhow Wharfage are the Jameela Floating Restaurant and Zomorrodha Floating Restaurant that will give you the vibes of being close to the sea and enjoying the flavors of Dubai. The place also becomes the hub of Banks that are all situated along the road of Baniyas including United Arab Bank, Emirates Islamic and NBD.
Opposite to the Dhow Wharfage is the Hilton Dubai Creek and Samaya Hotel Deira that lets you stay in with the complete view of this hustling location right from your room window. The view will immediately give you a striking glimpse of the old traditions, the golden heart of old times and the original cultures of the heritage that have managed to stay put for all these years.