The authentic splendour of a 14th century souk, in the heart of modern Dubai.
Throughout the four quarters of Khan Murjan you'll find various shops and vendors from across the Arab world.
The souk has been an integral part of Arabic life for centuries; every major city has one. Our own is inspired by an infamous ancient subterranean souk in Baghdad, and draws on all four corners of the Arab world, with influences from Egyptian, Syrian, Turkish and Moroccan architectural styles.
The majestic stained glass window that dominates the ceiling took a team of skilled craftsmen many months to create, using types of glass especially selected from mosques and temples across the Islamic world. It's one of the largest windows of its kind and is a sight no visitor to Dubai should miss.
WAFI Mall also prides itself on helping to preserve the signature techniques of Dubai's people by uniting the culture, cuisine and craftsmanship of our forefathers, and creating a thriving marketplace environment that will keep their traditions alive for generations to come.