Areas in dubai having Indian Families

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  1. Antu601

    Antu601 Senior IL'ite

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    Hello Friends, can anyone please suggest me a place in dubai where we can find indian families around with supermarkets too nearby ie if we dont have a car which place will u suggest to move from sharjah rolla to dubai.
    a one bedroom or a two bedroom is what we are looking for and also please let me know the rents too.
    thanks ti indusladies.
     
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    re: Areas in dubai having Indian Families

    Hi, if you want a typical Indian neighbourhood, then you can go in for OPC, wherein supermarkets, restaurants and other convenient places are very close. the rents are comparatively the same and you will have ample of Indians there, I dont recommend Meena Bazaar area, bcoz of choas n traffic.

    2nd option is Karama, rents are from 45k for 1BHK to 65 for 2 bHK

    3rd - Umm Hurair area, close to Consulate area, rents more/less the same

    4th - The entire Mankhool/Golden Sands area, posh area; rents from 45k for 1BHK to 75 for 2BHK

    hope the above meets your requirement :)-

    Geeta
     
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    Antu601 Senior IL'ite

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    re: Areas in dubai having Indian Families

    Thanks geeta
    my daughters school will be shifting to al warqa and i do not know much about al warqa and so could u please suggest me which places will be closer those u have mentioned and will bur dubai be closer to al warqa or karama?..keeping in mind about the traffic too and i am sure thare will be some solution for this one too and a big thankyou to u as u have made a little clear pic for me regarding the rents too..:bowdown
     
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    re: Areas in dubai having Indian Families

    Hi,

    If I m correct, Al Warqa is equally far from Karama/Bur Dubai.

    The traffic is usually bad during working and returning home hrs, otherwise it is not a nuisance. Karama and Bur Dubai is both commercial and residential like Rolla in Sharjah. School buses drop children on time, dont worry on dat front. i dont know much coz my daughter is yet to join school.

    You should visit Dubai on a weekend and see yourself. With metro, going to Malls and other places has bcome very feasible and the network of Buses is just marvellous. Mobility is thus very easy here in Dubai and ofcourse unlike Sharjah, the mode of transportation are various.

    In my earlier msg, i 4got to mention that since Mankhool/Golden Sands is an upscale residentional area, the rents are much more higher than 75k pa...

    Geeta
     
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    Antu601 Senior IL'ite

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    Thanks to u Geeta and i will surely visit the places u mentioned and please let me know what is OPC mentioned as ur first option.
    thanks again geeta.
     
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    re: Areas in dubai having Indian Families

    Hi Antu,

    There is one more option. Ghusais area too has Indian residents. There are many shopping malls, hypermarkets and restaurants in this area. Metro and buses helps one to commute with ease. Since your daughter's school is in Al warqa, the school buses take the Emirates road to reach the location which hardly takes 20 to 30 mins.
    The rent is 35k for 1BHK and 40K for 2BHK. You have Al Wasl residential buildings in Muhaisinah (Dubai Govt) with one covered parking free.

    As geeta mentioned, visit the place and see which will suit you the best.

    Good luck.

    Devi.
     
  7. sagimom

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    hi,

    OPC means Old Pakistani Consulate

    As Devaradhan mentioned, Ghusais is also a multicultural and more of Indian residents. Cant say more abt the place since i know less of it.

    regards

     
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    Thank you sagimom and devi:bowdown
    i am going to visit few places this weekend suggested by you both and because of ur guidance things will be much easier for me now..thanks again:)
     
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    Hi All,

    I am a new member in this group. Living in karama. If any one searching for familyrooms /bed space in karama, then kindly contact me.055-6046724
     
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