Religious Sites in Dubai

Religious Sites in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Religious Sites in Dubai

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  • Daniel K
    1 contribution
    There was very hot but everywhere air condition helped to jeep comfortable, the Trip was very exciting and full of positive expiruencr
    Written July 28, 2022
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  • Jaspreet Singh A
    2 contributions
    A Holy Place for pray and recite the Gurbani Kirtan. Wonderful experience at this peaceful place. Guru Ka Langer (Free Kitchen) also serving to all.
    Written April 21, 2022
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  • Björn Haberland
    6 contributions
    A very special place
    Thank you that I was allowed to visit this wonderful mosque as a non-Muslim.
    The many countless handicrafts are terrific
    Written January 20, 2022
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  • Indian Corner
    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia43 contributions
    Ma shaa allah great mosque with great imam voice
    , A much needed for the Muslims to pray jummah Friday prayer
    We don't have many options in this area
    Written November 21, 2019
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  • California_momofsix
    Fairfield1,084 contributions
    Hindi Lane can be found behind the large Bur Dubai Mosque, between the Hindu temple and the creek.
    I was conflicted about coming here, previous reviews about pushy sales people almost put me off but one of my travel guides highly recommended it as a hidden gem. My experience wasn't traumatic like that of others, but I can't recommend it either.
    Visiting during Covid, the lane was very quiet and some stores were closed. We saw beautiful flower chains and religious items, but the area was much smaller than we expected and I didn't have the feeling of being transported to India. We were not approached by any shop owners, they were all sitting and looking at their phones (I am not sure if this was due to Covid or not, since sellers in other parts of the city were still very aggressive)
    We did feel safe but wouldn't come back.
    Written May 10, 2021
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  • Wes H
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates71 contributions
    As a non Hindu have not been inside the Temples but even from the passageways one can be impressed with the tolerance of Dubai (in Arabia) allowing diverse religious practices. To be told of the tolerance is one thing but to see tolerance in the reality of hundreds of devotees gathering to worship demonstrates true acceptance of others and their beliefs.
    Written August 17, 2021
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  • Waza28
    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates1,066 contributions
    Al Salam Mosque Barsha 2 Dubai. Masha'Allah very beautiful. Magnificent architecture. Women's section available. Spacious parking. Absolutely stunning during the night. Recommended to see if your visiting Dubai. Non-Muslim aren’t allowed to enter the Masjid. You can view and take pictures from the outside.
    Written May 17, 2022
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  • Rose O
    16 contributions
    I went to observe the Jumait Service Prayer at this mosque on December 13, 2019. I was thrilled by the attendance and Blessed with the Sermon. There was bottle water, which was free to all attendees.
    Written December 18, 2019
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  • avorajee
    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia371 contributions
    What an amazing Masjid, Subhanallah.

    We went in a Friday for Jumu'ah prayers.

    Easy access, ample parking, really friendly congregation, wonderful environment, and the recitation.. the qira'at.... incredible.

    There's also a separate ladies prayer area within the Masjid.

    Truly recommended... in fact can't recommend enough.
    Written October 10, 2017
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  • mogensen2018
    Copenhagen Region, Denmark1,003 contributions
    A very friendly guide told about the mosque and about Islam.
    Got answers for all the questions we asked.
    Written February 27, 2020
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  • ZaimJee
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates837 contributions
    Being living in Dubai, I have seen this side of Dubai as well since Jabel Ali is district of many companies
    Written February 27, 2016
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