Get Up To 50% Discount On Caviar Cream, Marshmallow Waffles And More Exotic Items At Dubai’s Supermarket Festival

Supermarket Festival
by Ishita Agarwal

There is now a supermarket festival going on at Dubai’s Souk Al Marfa, with discounts of up to 50%. The event will run till August 14 and will include unique items from Korea, Russia, Thailand, and Indonesia. This is an amazing opportunity to buy exotic items as you will get a 50% discount on everything. This is a call for all shopaholics. Read on to know more about the ongoing festival. 

Different Offers For The Exotic Items At Dubai Supermarket Festival 

There are four supermarkets in the Thai Souk, and they are all participating in a buy-one-get-one-free sale on certain items. You can buy Russia’s caviar cream, marshmallow waffles, oats, and sparkling drinks. Moreover, Indonesia’s Krupuk watermelon crackers, Thailand’s original oyster sauce, spices, cooking ingredients, and many other exotic items are available at a discount. 

Korea’s beloved Gokuri drink, Nougat bar, and Shin Ramyun Noodles are just a few of the one-of-a-kind products on offer. The buy-one-get-one-free sale, available at four different retailers until August 14, will last for the whole month. 



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Other Souks in Dubai To Buy Exotic Items 

This tour of Dubai’s Souks will give you a taste of the region’s long and prosperous trade history with the Southern Gulf. If you hire a knowledgeable local guide, you can expect to immerse in these storied markets’ exciting culture fully. Therefore, for Spices and gold, the first stop will be one of the souks, namely the gold souk. Moreover, a historic bazaar dominated by jewellery shops and overflowing with several tonnes of gold at any moment. Next, the spice souk is a bustling, tiny market where fragrant spices and aromatic plants, including frankincense, are sold.

From the Souks, you’ll take a traditional Abra water taxi over Dubai Creek to Bur Dubai. Therefore, an actual Aladdin’s cave of bright textiles, dazzling colours, and intricate needlework. 

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