Al Khor or Dubai Creek in English is a 9-mile-long stretch of water coming from the Persian Gulf into Dubai. Historically, the creek divides the city into two main areas – Deira and Bur Dubai and it was along the Bur Dubai creek area that members of the Bani Yas tribe first settled in the 19th century. The creek, being a natural harbor, remained an important element in establishing the commercial position of Dubai – and still today you find wooden dhows unloading their cargo, and of course the traditional souks on either side of the creek
Cab Travel and Tourism will provide you useful information about historical Dubai Creek. With many years of experience in Dubai, this is the most sought after international tourists and residents alike.