Arabic spices and spices
Middle Eastern or Arabic spices in Jordan are unique ingredients that add wonderful flavor and taste to food.
You can buy many spices from Jordan, such as thyme and sumac, and they are probably the most famous in Jordan. Take advantage of your presence in the country and bring unique flavors to your home.
Spices can be found anywhere across the country and are lightweight and cost-effective for purchase.
Bedouin women follow the tradition of wearing a long black robe with intricate embroidery. This traditional dress is popular in Petra and Wadi Rum
However, you can buy Bedouin clothes anywhere in the country, from Bedouin tents to shopping outlets and high-end stores across the country.
Buying mosaic artworks and paintings is one of the recommended products or souvenirs for purchase in Jordan Mosaic is created by arranging small pieces of stones to form a wonderful sight that must be acquired.
Although you can buy mosaics anywhere in the country, Madaba is the best place to buy on the streets of Madaba. We can see small workshops involved in making these mosaic panels, and you can also get tables and furniture made of mosaics.
Dead Sea products
The Dead Sea is known for its healing properties and beauty as the Dead Sea Mud rich in minerals.
These products are one of the favorite souvenirs among many travelers, especially for women travelers. Products like Dead Sea salts and clay packages give you a rich and unforgettable experience of the Dead Sea when you take them home.
You can find Dead Sea products at many spas and gift shops.
Arabic sweets in Jordan
Jordan is famous for sweets from many of your most famous stores. Zalatimo. Visit one of its 11 stores around Amman and choose your own contents or choose a ready-made group at Queen Alia International Airport on your way out of the city.
If you are overwhelmed by the options, you cannot go wrong with the kunafa and the small baklava or the amazing little pistachio nests that are called the Grass’s Nest.
Organic cosmetics and oils
Jordan offers everything from yoga sanctuaries in the desert to treatment floats in the Dead Sea, and you can return home as refreshed as you want.
Spas are spread all over the country, from traditional bathrooms to luxury resort facilities, many of which use oils, creams, and other products made in Jordan that include local ingredients like olive oil, pomegranate, and Dead Sea mud, all of which are usually available for purchase.
Because of the high quality olive trees and olive oil available in Jordan, especially in the Ajloun region in northwest Jordan, there are some wonderful olive oil soaps on the market at very good prices.
Business and inlaid furniture
The furniture industry in Jordan was launched in the form of small workshops, which played an important role in the production of handmade furniture, and the most important of these types is the manufacture of inlaid furniture.
Covering a range of techniques in sculpture and decorative arts to introduce parts of often contrasting colored materials such as sparkling gemstones to parts of furniture to add sophistication and a wonderful appearance to them.
Traditional ceramics and pottery
Ceramics can be found in all ancient civilizations, and Jordan is certainly one of those ancient civilizations.
Jordan is famous for its handcrafted ceramics, and travelers will find many opportunities to purchase panels, tiles and other patterns decorated with blue geometric floral designs as the primary color.
You’ll find beautiful examples at the Beit Al Bawadi showroom in the upscale Abdoun neighborhood in Amman.
Jewelry and ornaments
Those who want to obtain a piece of inheritance jewelry that embodies the spirit of Jordan. There are many stores all over the country that contain simple and elegant traditional jewelry in Arabic calligraphy and other forms inspired by the Arab region.
There are also tribal style Bedouin jewelry, and the quality of these jewelry varies according to the price that suits you