Masjid Rafa’i Mosque in City Walk, Dubai

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  • Masjid Rafa’i is a mosque in City Walk, Al Wasl, Jumeirah, Dubai.

Shops Nearby Masjid Rafa’i Mosque

The number of shops and amenities that are within walking distance can greatly affect quality of life. And may be a key factor choosing a place to live. Here is an analysis of all the commercial outlets that are currently operating in. The vicinity of Masjid Rafa’i.

There are plenty of outlets within walking distance of Masjid Rafa’i. We’ve shortlisted the nearest ones across various categories:


Sweet Surprises

Sweet shop, The Courtyard at City Walk (0.5 km)

Love is in the air in the kitchen with Valentine’s food, crafts and sweet surprises. Katie Lee makes a trendy Hidden Heart Cake, and the gang creates food-inspired valentines for sweethearts of all ages.

Brownies Snack Mix Brownies by Jeff Mauro and Brownies Sour Cream Swirl Brownies by. Sunny Anderson use mix-ins to put a new twist on a favorite dessert. And everyone joins in to create a box of chocolate cake.

Geoffrey Zakarian serves Pasta Pomodoro as a dinner for two, and comedian. And author Mamrie Hart stops by to join the fun. With her French Kiss 75 cocktail and idea for serving nachos.


Beit El Kell

Restaurant, The Square at City Walk (0.5 km)

Beit El Kell is an authentic Lebanese restaurant offering a true taste of Lebanon. Our promise is to preserve originality and keep Lebanon at the heart of our cuisine


Eye Boutique

Optician & eyewear shop, The Courtyard at City Walk (0.5 km)

Eye Boutique is an exceptional eyewear shopping experience focused on you. Our passion for eye care and state-of-the-art technology will elevate your outlook on life from the moment you arrive.


N Bar Ladies’ salon, The Piazza City Walk (0.8 km)

1847 Executive Grooming Men’s salon, The Piazza City Walk (0.8 km)


Masjid Rafa’i has many schools nearby including Citizens School at 0.4 km. And Jumeira Baccalaureate School at 1.7 km.

In terms of performance, there are nine schools in the area that have achieved either. The top two government inspections of ‘Very Good’ or ‘Outstanding’, including Horizon English School Dubai. Which has an ‘Outstanding’ rating, and Jumeirah English Speaking School, which has . “Excellent” rating.

Jumeira Baccalaureate School

1.7 km, Jumeirah 1

Jumeira Baccalaureate School (JBS) established in 2010 on the site of the original American School of Dubai. The Jumeira Baccalaureate School building is over 50 years old, a lot of effort. And investment has gone into bringing it back to life and giving it a much lighter and more modern feel.

The school opened to mostly high school students who transferred from. Taaleem’s Uptown Primary School, opening the entire Uptown School.

It is currently an established school-wide catering for children from pre-school to Year 12. And offers the International Baccalaureate curriculum from Years 1 to 12.

JBS prides itself on its students achieving high academic standards, says its focus is more that. “A truly excellent education is about developing a passion for lifelong learning and the ability to think independently. Our confident and articulate students encouraged to discover interests that extend beyond the classroom.

Our school community has more 65 different nationalities. Which enables students to develop moral values ​​and show kindness, courage. Respect and integrity towards each other and in our diverse and multicultural environment.”

Japanese School Dubai

1.8 km, Al Wasl

Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) creates the national curriculum and supports many local education boards.
The Japanese school in Abu Dhabi mainly offers admission to children of Japanese nationals or children of Japanese women.

The language of instruction at the school is Japanese for all subjects except Arabic, English, social studies and moral education.

From primary to the end of lower secondary schools, all students taught a compulsory. Curriculum of mathematics, science, art, English, Islamic studies and Japanese in mixed-ability classes.
Students usually travel to Japan to study in high school.

Japan categorizes the school system according to the 6-3-3 pattern. With 6 years of “basic” schooling after kindergarten. 3 years of “lower secondary” and 3 years of “upper secondary” education.

In Abu Dhabi, students graduate at the end of “lower secondary education” (year 9). And usually continue their education by taking general or specialized courses in other institutions that suit their requirements and needs.

The table below provides a breakdown of the various grades and corresponding student age groups according to the Japanese system:

The Japanese School in Abu Dhabi is an embassy school that recruits all teaching staff through the Japanese government. This ensures a recognized quality of teaching and ensures equality between teaching. And learning in the Japanese school in Abu Dhabi and in the Japanese education system.

Regular progress reports compiled and reported by the Director directly to the Japanese government. Primarily as a quality assurance measure regarding the provision of education.


Explore communities that adjacent or close to Masjid Rafa’i.

Business Bay (2.1 km)

Business Bay is a central business district under construction in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The project features numerous skyscrapers located in an area where Dubai Creek dredged and widened.

Business Bay will have more 240 buildings, which will include commercial and residential developments. The Business Bay infrastructure completed in 2008 and the entire development scheduled to completed between 2012-2015.

Business Bay part of the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashed Al Maktoum. Vice President of the United Arab Emirates, Prime Minister, Minister of Defense and Ruler of Dubai.

Business Bay will a new ‘city’ within the city of Dubai and built as a commercial, residential. And business cluster along the new extension of Dubai Creek from Ras Al Khor to Sheikh Zayed Road.

Covering an area of ​​64,000,000 square feet (5,900,000 m2), completed it will consist of office. And residential towers set in landscaped gardens with a network of roads, pathways and canals. It will become the commercial capital of the region well as a free city.


Car commuting times

From Masjid Rafa’i, it takes approximately 6 minutes to drive to Dubai Mall. 18 minutes to Palm Jumeirah, 16 minutes to Burj Al Arab and 22 minutes to The Walk JBR.*

Airport proximity

Dubai International Airport (DXB) is approximately 15 minutes’ drive away. And the new Al Maktoum International Airport is approximately 43 minutes’ drive away.*


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Masjid Rafa'i Mosque in City Walk, Dubai