Plan Your Visit

Services & Facilities

To create a unique shopping experience, Waterfront Market offers you a range of services and facilities to help you with queries, information and directions to guide you through the market.

List of Facilities

  • ATM Machine
  • Lost and found
  • Shop directory
  • Market Wifi
  • Toilets
  • Prayer rooms
  • Banks
  • Opticals
  • Pharmacy
  • Exchange
  • Key cutting
  • Typing Center
  • Gents Salon

Market Hours

Fish Market:

Open 24 hrs (Closed 10:00pm - 11:00pm
for Deep cleaning)

Meat & Poultry /Fruits &
Vegetables Market:

Open 6:00 am - 1:00 am

Weekdays
Retailers: 10:00am - 10:00pm
Restaurants: 9:00am - 12:00pm

Weekend
Retailers: 10:00am - 11:00pm
Restaurants: 9:00am - 12:00pm

Getting here

Parking
RTA routes
Valet parking

Market Map

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Courtesy Policy

image Kindly Maintain Respectful Clothing
image The market is monitored by CCTV
image Please look after your personal belongings
image Please Do not smoke inside the market
image No Pet Allowed
image No roller bladding, skateboarding or other dangerous activities

Waterfront Market replaces Deira Fish Market

Publication: Time Out

Region: UAE

One of the most iconic institutions of Old Dubai, Deira Fish Market, has shut its stall for the final time, following the opening of Waterfront Market.

Deira Fish Market, in Al Ras, has been around for nearly 60 years, opening in 1958, and proved to be one of Deira’s biggest tourist attractions. Now, traders have been instructed to move over to the Waterfront Market, a brand-new, cleaner, air-conditioned retail space with state-of-the-art technology and hygiene measures, which will be home to more than just fish traders.

Waterfront Market is designed to be a hub for all fresh food shopping in the region, featuring butchers, vegetable traders and dried goods merchants, as well as fishermen. The project is part of the Deira Enrichment Project, which aims to transform Deira into a “bustling hub of life that will add to the already rich tapestry woven by communities past and present,” according to Ithra Dubai. The new market will be joined by waterfront apartments, an extension to Deira Souk, retail and leisure complexes and more.

Read All: http://www.timeoutdubai.com/aroundtown/news/77505-waterfront-market-replaces-deira-fish-market