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
  • Typing Center
  • Gents Salon
  • Hypermarket

Market Hours

Fish Section:

Open 24 hrs (closed for deep cleaning as below):
Saturday to Thursday: 02:00pm – 04:00pm
Fridays: 12:00pm – 01:30pm

Lulu Hypermarket

08:00 am to 12:00 am (midnight)

Meat & Poultry / Fruit &
Vegetables / Dry Goods &
Spices Section

Open 6:00 am - 1:00 am

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

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

Getting here

RTA routes
Valet parking

Market Map

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Courtesy Policy

image Kindly maintain respectful behavior and 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 pets allowed
image No roller bladding, skateboarding or other dangerous activities
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New fish market opens in Dubai

Publication: Gulf news

Region: UAE

Dubai: Shutters came down on Deira Fish Market, one of Dubai’s old town relics, following the opening of Waterfront Market on Monday.

Located near Hamriya Port, the Waterfront Market replaces the old market, offering fresh fish, meat, fruits and vegetables.

The market will soon see the opening of coffee shops, restaurants, a supermarket and other retail outlets.

Opening its doors to shoppers on Sunday, only the fish section of the new market is currently open, with a handful of stalls doing business. More vendors are in the process of taking up the stalls.

In May, the vendors at Deira Fish Market received a notice to move their businesses to the Waterfront Market by June 9. Following this, many vendors while speaking to Gulf News, expressed their inability to move due to higher rents at the new market.