Al Maha Regency Flamingo

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

King Faisal Street, PO Box 27776, Sharjah, 27776, United Arab Emirates
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Costs 29% less but rated 20% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples0
  • Solo50
  • Business33

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if anyone can help!!!!!!!!!

by mamtap

Dear VT frends...Im Mamta frm Kolkta(INDIA).Im comin to sharjah on the last week of december this same year.And Im goin to stay near Central Sharjah.I want to know the convenient and the cheapest transportation available to Dubai frm sharjah.Can anyone help?Plzzz let me know soon as my ticket is already confirmed.Thnk u

Re: if anyone can help!!!!!!!!!

by smarty29

Dear Mamta,

There are lots of busses started from Dubai to Sharjah and back. The ticket is 5 dhs per trip from shj to dubai and same for back.

Regards

Hamed

Re: if anyone can help!!!!!!!!!

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Now the climate is good so you can walk to the nearest station of buses which are operating between Dubai and Sharjah. The flag fall of a taxi starting from Sharjah to Dubai is 20 AED!!
Good luck.

Re: if anyone can help!!!!!!!!!

by mamtap

Hello Amir...How r u?Well I was quite sure tht u'll help,as u know a lot more abt dubai n sharjah...hope one day I can also help travellers who'll be new to sharjah...thnk for ur reply....god bless u Mamta

Re: if anyone can help!!!!!!!!!

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi Mamta and you are welcome :-)
I am sure if you stay in U.A.E you would be a valuable asset on VT forums especially in Sharjah Forums.
Take care,
Amir

Re: if anyone can help!!!!!!!!!

by colin_bramso

Buses or taxis are the only way, so bus would be best. As Amir said, in addition to the fare the taxis now have a Dh20 flagfall fee to go to Dubai so they are very expensive.

Travel Tips for Sharjah

Skylines of Sharjah city

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Frankly speaking I have never seen so many skyscrapers neither in Europe nor in Asia as I saw in Dubai and Sharjah. I think there aren’t so many in Europe at all. There are in Asia but when I was in China (1988) and in Japan (1993) they weren’t built yet. So it was so exciting for me to see skylines of Dubai and Sharjah.
We have been told that the public buildings in the Emirate were all designed by the present Sheikh, who is a qualified architect, and it made a visual change from the usual sceneries of skyscrapers in the other Emirates.

You can watch my 4 min 48 sec HD Video Sharjah Along by bus part 2 out of my Youtube channel with Rabiz – Hedet Kegam.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Sharjah on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 25° 19' 21.41" N 55° 22' 23.66" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Skylines and Corniche,
or according to the following coordinates 25° 19' 28.26" N 55° 23' 1.51" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Skyline of Sharjah ,
or according to the following coordinates 25° 19' 27.56" N 55° 22' 59.89" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Skyline of Sharjah .

Heritage Area

by flynboxes

The Heritage Area is a small area on the Corniche Road near most of the main sights in Sharjah..it is a small area which was still under restoration when I visited a few months ago. It is a nice break from the tall buildings that sprout up all over the Emirates. I stumbled across while checking out the Dhow docks

Sharjah Natural History Museum/Botanical Museum

by chizz

This is a great museum for young and old alike. See how life started on earth, fossils, dinosaurs, how volcanoes and earthquakes occur, wildlife of the Arabian Peninsula, etc. Then move on to the Botanical Museum section in the same building to see how plants are used in our everyday life from fossil fuels to medicines. There are also interactive exhibits and a greenhouse section with real trees and plants.
Fees are: 15 Dhs for Adults, Children (12-16 yrs) Dhs 5, Under 12's - free. Fee also includes entry to the Children's Farm and Arabia's Wildlife Centre (on same site). Open Sun-Thurs 9am-5.30pm/Fri 2pm-5.30pm/Sat - 11am-5.30pm/ Tues - Closed.

Sharjah: A Hop, Skip and a Drive Away from Dubai

by rachelleiris

Only a hop, skip and a drive away from Dubai (okay okay, 30 minutes by car or bus and $1.75 away, to be exact)… Sharjah makes a perfect weekend get-away.

Before you know it, you’re up in the air for a slow, vertigo-inducing but marvelous Eye of the Emirates ride in Qanat Al Qasba for only $7..

Or at the clean man-made canal -- enjoying a nice romantic boat ride...

Or at a resto set against the wonderfully-lit canal -- enjoying an al fresco dinner (only if it’s not the summer season!)

Or at the Central Souk -- shopping and haggling till you drop! It is in this Central Souk where you can find authentic Persian carpets, colorful Moroccan lamps, authentic or maybe sometimes fake jewels and traditional costumes from all over the land, and some antique finds from Iran, China, Turkey, India and Pakistan.

(Note: The key here is to play-hard-to-get to the point of walking away slowly from the shop…. And wait… wait for a couple of seconds… until the salesperson comes practically running behind you to ask how much you want to buy this item or that. And of course, with just a bit of acting… you win! You get the item that you like so much at the lowest “bestest” price ever!)

Anyway, going back… (Bargain shopping always makes me digress!) Aside from restaurant, mall, souk and museum-hopping, there’s really not much to see in Sharjah. Or maybe we haven’t really explored it just yet. But just the same, we had a helluva grand time in this Emirate which is probably ten times quieter and cleaner than Dubai! We shall definitely come back to Sharjah for more! =)

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