Three things to do in Karama

From shopping to street art

Three things to do in Karama

Al Attar Centre
This small, shiny shopping mall sits slap-bang in the middle of Kuwait Street, and houses a range of tiny shops and kiosks selling everything from colourful smartphone covers to hair accessories, affordable clothing to tasty Filipino snacks. There are also a couple of casual eateries inside too.
Kuwait Street (04 334 4455).

Karama Souk
If you came to Dubai for the bargain handbags, this is where you should be heading. Pick up leather goods in a huge range of different colours and styles – but be sure to visit a few shops before parting with your cash, as prices for the same items can vary wildly. Do also keep an eye out for the smaller shops selling pashminas in a variety of qualities (from Dhs10 to Dhs500 apiece) and small souvenirs.
18B Street.

Street art
Practically overnight and without any social media hype, many of Karama’s longstanding and traditional buildings were given a fresh and colourful new coat of paint. It is now one of the city’s coolest graffiti spots and boasts 24 different murals. It’s a burst of colour that’s not to be missed.
18B Street.

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