Souvenirs Elderly Travellers Should Bring Back From Dubai

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Gold And Glass

Dubai, the dazzling city of gold and glass, offers much more than towering skyscrapers and extravagant shopping malls; its gold and glass items make perfect souvenirs to bring back home.

Textiles and Pashminas

Dubai’s vibrant souks, particularly the Textile Souk in Bur Dubai, are a haven for textile enthusiasts. Soft, lightweight pashminas made from cashmere or fine wool are perfect. 

Dates and Spices

Dubai’s culinary scene is a delicious fusion of Arabic and international flavours. Dates, a staple in the Middle East, are a healthy and naturally sweet treat and make for a perfect gift.

Coffee and Tea Sets

A beautiful Arabic coffee pot, known as a “dallah,” with its distinctive curved spout, makes for a unique and functional souvenir. 

Silver and Pearl Jewellery

Skilled artisans create various pieces, from delicate necklaces and bracelets to traditional rings and earrings. 

Arabian Incense and Oud

Fragrances are an important part of Emirati culture, and bringing back some Arabian incense or oud will transport you back to Dubai’s bustling souks and serene mosques.

Compiled By Himani Verma

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