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Souk by the Sea

Souk by the Sea next to the captins hotel, Aqaba & Wadi Rum Al Hammamat Al Tunisyya Street
4 3 (3 reviews)
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Category Handcrafts
Region: Al Hammamat Al Tunisyya Street
Address next to the captins hotel
Phone 87584... see No.

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  •   (Great)
    over 2 years ago

    I always buy some soaps either for myself or as gifts. I have bought bowls and mugs at CeraDisi and keep meaning to buy a basket at Green Creations. There is always something to look at or to buy.

    I always buy some soaps either for myself or as gifts. I have bought bowls and mugs at CeraDisi and keep meaning to buy a basket at Green Creations. There is always something to look at or to buy.

    Souk by the Sea

  •   (Great)
    over 2 years ago

    A weekly Friday evening bazaar. Really the only of its kind in Aqaba where you can buy souvenirs that are locally made ( as opposed to many of the souvenir shops downtown that sell goods made in china!). The live music and performances are fun. A real family place with resident expats around and children playing. A good place to meet or catch up with others if you are living in Aqaba.

    Check out:

    -The Ceradisi stand where they sell really pretty ceramic bowls, plates, and camels made by local women from Disi village.

    -The poster stand where you can buy cool postcards. They also sometimes sell a book "Say it in Arabic" that is an easy to use guide to basic Arabic.

    -Green Creations- funky jewelry by local women and made from recycled materials.

    A weekly Friday evening bazaar. Really the only of its kind in Aqaba where you can buy souvenirs that are locally made ( as opposed to many of the souvenir shops downtown that sell goods made in china!). The live music and performances are fun. A real family place with resident expats around and children playing. A good place to meet or catch up with others if you are living in Aqaba. Check out: -The Ceradisi stand where they sell really pretty ceramic bowls, plates, and camels made by local women from Disi village. -The poster stand where you can buy cool postcards. They also sometimes sell a book "Say it in Arabic" that is an easy to use guide to basic Arabic. -Green Creations- funky jewelry by local women and made from recycled materials.

    Souk by the Sea

    • Sabri135
      Sabri Hakim over 2 years ago

      would have never heard about this otherwise, thanks for your review

  •   (Great)
    over 2 years ago

    This is a weekly market that is run by World Associates - a non governmental Organization in Aqaba.

    The idea of the Souk is similar to Jara market, both local artisans and organizations have a place where they come and put their handmade products on display for the tourists and visitors. Each week the Souk features an Artist from Jordan or abroad ... As a resident in Aqaba, I love to go by the Souk every Friday, meet locals and expats living in the city. I love to check out the Green Creation's booth where they make jewelry from recycled materials such as tin & magazines paper. Also CeraDisi is another great regular vendor at the Souk, where you can find ceramics products made by Bedouin women from the Disi village.

    In a nutshell, this is a fun hang out on a lazy Friday afternoon where you can meet people and buy local.

    This is a weekly market that is run by World Associates - a non governmental Organization in Aqaba. The idea of the Souk is similar to Jara market, both local artisans and organizations have a place where they come and put their handmade products on display for the tourists and visitors. Each week the Souk features an Artist from Jordan or abroad ... As a resident in Aqaba, I love to go by the Souk every Friday, meet locals and expats living in the city. I love to check out the Green Creation's booth where they make jewelry from recycled materials such as tin & magazines paper. Also CeraDisi is another great regular vendor at the Souk, where you can find ceramics products made by Bedouin women from the Disi village. In a nutshell, this is a fun hang out on a lazy Friday afternoon where you can meet people and buy local.

    Souk by the Sea

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