The Heritage and Diving Village, which was set up in 1997, showcases the identified with pearl and dhow building – two old Dubai’s noteworthy financial pillars. There are amusements of customary Bedouin and waterfront town life, with Persian homes, a conventional café, and a little souk where potters and weavers practice their crafted works at the slows down.
It was in Al Shindagha notable neighborhood close to Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum’s House, and was established with the point of presenting the marine existence of Dubai and its conventional sea callings.
Visitors can see shipbuilding, angling, pearl plunging and sea race, have the opportunity to see tests of angling gear, including angling nets and angling confines, notwithstanding models of a few sorts of customary water crafts utilized for angling and marine races.
A visit to the Diving Village gives an extraordinary chance to find out about the everlasting relationship that connected the general population of Dubai to the ocean for a long time till today a noteworthy hotspot for vocation and survival.