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In The Serene Land Of Al Qusais

Accommodation in Deira

Though Al Qusais is considered as a residential and industrial area in the Deira area of East Dubai, it is yet to improve to accommodate to the needs of the residents and expats. If you travel to the far eastern Dubai and reach Al Qusais, you will certainly get a tint of the city.

When compared to many other localities in Dubai, Al Qusais is a developing region catering to the needs of the resident population. However, I bet you will not feel bored while you are here at Qusais as it is not so far from the vibrant district of Deira. Deira is too nearby Al Qusais, where an active night life and entertainment is possible. However do not fret, Al Qusais is resident friendly barring a few limitations. A few shopping malls, supermarkets and amenities lets your day to day life get going.

Al Qusais is rather affordable area with a few constructions coming up in the middle. While you explore the city, you can see that it is divided in to two sectors namely industrial sector and residential sector.

Residential Areas In Al Qusais

A rather calm city, Al Qusais is the best place to reside if you really love to live away from the hassles of the bustling Dubai. Experience fine living in any of residential divisions of Al Qusais though if you may get a bit of strangled while traveling around or moving to parts to Dubai and Sharjah routes. Living in Al Qusais is a pleasant experience, except traffic comes as a menace often times in Al Qusais.

Al Qusais-Where Affordable Shopping Is A Reality

Al Mullah Plaza

The sprawling shopping mall in Al Qusais is a popular shopping place identified as a landmark in the city of Al Qusais. Al Mullah Plaza is home to a multitude of local shops and stalls for clothing, fashion accessories and jewellery. Al Mullah Plaza remains as an all-time favorite shopping place among the residents and tourists.

Lulu Hyper Market

A best place to enjoy fine shopping experience with a large collection of products for day to day use, mostly imported form South India. Competitive rates, best customer service lets ease your shopping and pricing does not seem too high. It is quite easy to access the Lulu Hyper Market located near the Stadium Metro Station.

Al Qusais Metro Station

Al Qusais Metro Station is adjacent to Ministry of Education and Al Tawar center. The Station connects with many vibrant parts of Dubai serving the commuting needs of people in and around Dubai. Of the Red and Green lines in the Dubai Metro Network, The Green Line has five of its station in Al Qusais. Also, home to Etisalat depot station, it facilitates the parking of over 60 trains at a time. Apart from this, Airport Free Zone, Al Nahda and Stadium are other Metro Stations that serve the Al Qusais community. Airport Free Zone Station is only minutes away from Dubai International Airport and hence got its name.

Eating Out In Al Qusais

Kamat Restaurant

Dining at Kamat is a rich experience and I am sure, you will certainly be blown away by the customer service and the ambience. Relish your favorite vegetarian meals in the calm settings of Kamat. Experienced service staff, superior cuisines lets you enjoy the Kamat dining experience. A finest place to beat your hunger if you are pro vegetarian and the best part is that you can avail their home delivery services as well.

Coco Riva

A great place in Al Qusais to dine out, which gets transformed into a new place every time you visit. Enjoy best South Indian dishes at Coco Riva in its spacious, tidy interiors. Enough parking space nearby, the Coco Riva restaurant is the project of 20 expats from Kasaragod through Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala.

China Wok

While you are in Al Qusais and your heart is thumping for some great Chinese food, don’t fret, drop at China Wok restaurant to get your desires fulfilled. Many people are under the impression that finding Chinese food is a distant proposition in Dubai. Once you visit China Wok, all your doubts will melt away.

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