The Gurunanak Darbar is a beautiful Sikh temple on the outskirts of Dubai that was modelled on the Golden Temple in Punjab, as well as the gurdwara in Southall, London. Visually striking from both inside and out, the temple features a large carpeted prayer hall, along with three smaller rooms, a meditation room, a library, and a large kitchen, which caters for over 10,000 worshipers who come to pray here each Friday.
To develop religious values among the next generation, a special three-hour session is held at the Gurunanak Darbar Sikh Temple in Dubai each Saturday to teach children about the Sikh faith. It’s a peaceful and serene place that welcomes both Sikh and non-Sikh visitors through its doors.
The temple is situated on the outskirts of the city, so arriving by taxi is the best way to visit. The temple can also be reached by heading to Ibn Batuta metro station and catching a taxi from there.