Guide To Street Shopping And Flea Markets Dubai

Guide To Street Shopping And Flea Markets Dubai

Flea Markets Dubai: Bargain hunters in Dubai, you might want to wander at the nearest park into your town as there could be a flea market happening. The yearly Dubai flea-market will be here again, and it’s spread around in various parks all over the town.

A flea market is still a place where you can buy or sell pre-loved and second hand things. Here you can find used books, toys, DVDs, accessories, clothes, antiques, furniture, and even household appliances. To put it differently, you can find almost everything!

Buy and Sell Second Hand Items in Dubai

The Dubai flea-market was first found in April 2008, each time a group of young ex-pats set the”flea-market Cult.” Now, their group is more formally called Green Spot Entertainment, which intends to enlarge the”flea market Community” in the region.

“Green spot” refers to the holding of events in green surroundings — ensuring that a friendly and healthier setting for the town. “We make economies in public parks to raise the entertainment element of owning a household outside in the green environment, appreciating nature and the fresh air,” the team contributed on their website.

Dubai Flea Market Locations and Schedules

Every weekend, the Dubai Flea Market heads to a different park in the city, the Following:

  • Zaabeel Park – 1st Saturday of each month (8 am – 3 pm)
  • Al Satwa Park – 2nd Thursday of each month (7 pm – 11 pm)
  • Al Nahda Pond Park – 2nd Friday of each month (1 pm – 6 pm)
  • JLT Park – 3rd Friday of each month (1 pm – 5 pm)
  • Motor City – 3rd Saturday of each month (1 pm – 5 pm)
  • Al Barsha Park – 4th Friday of each month (1 pm – 6 pm)
  • Oasis Silicon – 4th Saturday of each month (1 pm – 5 pm)

If you are looking for a great bargain this weekend, just head to the nearest park.

For those who want to join/book a stall, you can call the organizers at +971 55 886 8939 or visit their website here. Take note that you can only sell used items and handicrafts. The selling of commercial goods, counterfeit (fake) products, and new items (old stock) are not allowed at the flea market.

1. Textile Souk

2. Ripe Market

4. Gold Souk