Having a treasure of long spread deserts to the high enclaved mountains and from beaches to the mangroves, Sharjah is just full of what an ideal tourist place can provide. On the Arabian Gulf, Sharjah is the United Arab Emirates city known as the nation’s cultural capital. Traditionally it is more conservative than its neighbour in the south i.e. Dubai. The famous Sharjah Fort is also located here built in the 19th-century which was once a royal residence and now has been turned to the local history museum. Sharjah is the third-most-populous city in the United Arab Emirates. The tourists would get the ultimate chance to know the core values of UAE culture and the diverse locations of Sharjah.
Al Mamzar Beach Park: The most photogenic and revitalized destination for beach lovers is Al Mamzar Beach Park, spread over the area of 106 hectares, it is divided into five different beaches that are ideal for various activities like swimming, sunbathing and snorkelling etc. Surrounded by the many palm trees, pools, playgrounds and many picnic areas having barbeques as the speciality of the place, make it a really popular place for families seeking a relaxed place for vacations. Umbrellas, Sun loungers and jet skis are available to hire and there is huge land available for skating, cycling, basketball, volleyball etc. games. Showers, changing rooms, fast food corners and a mini-train round out the first-rate facilities.
Al Qasba: Al Qasba is a canal-side complex packed with cafes, restaurants and shops. It features the Eye of the Emirates, a Ferris wheel with spectacular views. Experience Al Qasba as the best family-friendly tourist destination which overwhelms you by the glimpses of its art and culture. Al Qasba offers a wide range of delicious food choices for its tourists and altogether provides thrilling live music and dance performances which anyone can dream of. Accompany with family and friends on this traditional journey over the calm Sharjah lagoons and cherish the sunset over the serene water is something to take back home in your heart.
Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization: Treasure of thousands of rare and scarce Islamic objects, the Museum of Islamic Civilization in Sharjah was opened for the public in the year 2008. One can admire the timeless achievements of Islamic civilization through a glance over the objects presented in the museum. Objects in the museum include calligraphy, carvings, coins, glass, manuscripts, metalwork, and scientific instruments. It is an ultimate tourist place located at the very middle of the Sharjah and at the front of Majarrah. It was once used for the traditional indoor market of the middle east. The core thought for establishing this museum was to arrange a huge collection of Islamic time, history, art & culture and present it for the national and international spectator.
Al Noor Mosque: ‘Al Noor’ is the Sharjah’s first so marvellous mosque which has ever welcomed non-Muslims to enter. Designed in a classical style this mosque has domes and two towers which touches the Skyline of Sharjah. The interior of the mosque is so beautifully designed by engraving the quotes from the Holy Quran. On the visit of this Holy Mosque, you will learn about Islamic culture and would be answered bundle of questions in your mind. Photography is not prohibited here, therefore, take your memories with you stored in cameras. The visit into this mosque is free of cost and the special dress code for the entrance into the mosque is provided at the registration area inside.