Al Ghubaiba Bus Station is a major bus station in Dubai. It is located in Al Shindagha, a neighbourhood in Bur Dubai, just west of the Dubai Creek.
The station went through a much-needed renovation in 2020, emerging as a sleek and modern facility befitting of a 21st-century city.
Facilities include a coffee shop, air-conditioned waiting rooms, taxi rank, and cycle parking. Electronic departure boards have also been installed, making it easier for passengers to find their desired destination.
With its convenient location and array of amenities, it’s easy to see why it’s become one of the most popular transport hubs in Dubai. Overall, the new Al Ghubaiba Bus Station is a huge improvement from the old one, and it’s clear that Dubai is committed to providing world-class transport infrastructure.
The station is served by many bus routes, including local routes within Dubai as well as inter-city services to other emirates.
Intercity bus services departing from here include the E100 to Abu Dhabi, the E201 to Al Ain, and the E306 to Sharjah. Fares are reasonable.
Local services include 9 (Business Bay Metro Station), 29 (Dubai Mall), 93 (Mall of the Emirates Bus Station, Mall of the Emirates Metro Station), and 8 (Ibn Battuta Bus Station, Ibn Battuta Metro Station),
Buses 66 (Al Faqa) and 67 (Dubai Endurance City) both call at Dubai Outlet Mall.
The 104 bus service to Global Village (seasonal) also departs from here.
A complete list of services can be found here.
To find bus timings and prices for both local and intercity services, install the official RTA S’hail app on your mobile phone.
Al Ghubaiba Bus Station is located close to other transport links such as Al Ghubaiba Metro Station and Al Ghubaiba Marine Transport Station, making it an ideal location for those who need to travel around the city.
Al Ghubaiba Metro Station is on the Green Line. There are direct services to Union, Gold Souq, and BurJuman.
Attractions and places of interest near Al Ghubaiba Bus Station include City Centre Al Shindagha, the Dubai Museum, Meena Bazaar, and the Textile Souk.