Taking inspiration from the oldest university in the world, the highest minaret in Marrakech and the world’s greatest explorer Ibn Battuta, the Morocco Pavilion is an adventure you do not want to miss. Let the folk dance flamenco and Berber flute entertain you as you marvel at the artisans at work creating everything from rugs to pottery and argan oil to sophisticated woodcarvings showcasing an incredible history and heritage.
The Moroccan ambiance was so good. We enjoyed the show but in terms of the Moroccan cafeteria service was too bad,unprofessional.(am talking about the Moroccan lady who is serving was too rude with us as a customers. She was unfriendly at all, she let us feel unwelcoming ) that’s has nothing to do with Dubai hospitality manners.
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Very nice Moroccan tea, but a pit overpriced