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Visa formalities

by aamirfaisal

Hi again,

I am an Indian citizen and am planning to visit Sharjah in Feb '07. How do I go about processing my visit visa.

I also plan to visit Muscat by road during the course of my visit. Kindly advise how do I apply for visa to Oman as well

Cheers,
Aamir

RE: Visa formalities

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Visit a local travel agent in your area , they could assist you to arrange a visit visa. Also Air Arabia have a visa section, if you travel with them I think they can arrange a transit visa for you. Leaving UAE will cancel your visa to U.A.E so you need aother visa to re-enter the country after visiting Muscat!!
Good luck.

RE: Visa formalities

by eonshart

Even I am an Indian citizen and am planning to visit Sharjah in April '07. Did you receive your answer as to how to go about processing visit visa. Like you, even I am planning to visit Dubai by road during the course of my visit. Kindly advise
Siddhant

Travel Tips for Sharjah

St Gregorios Orthodox Church

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

I was very curious to see an Orthodox Church in Sharjah. I went to the Church Area of Sharjah and find it among numerous non Muslim churches located there. When I came back home I investigated what kind of church is it. And I found out many interesting things:
“The advent of Orthodox Christians from Malankara (Kerala) to the Gulf began with the development of the Gulf countries.
With the finding of oil in the Emirates of Abu Dhabi and Dubai, people from many countries of the sub-continent started coming to these places in search of job opportunities. Among them were many Orthodox Christians from Kerala, who were employed in Government and Private organizations. They formed prayer groups for their spiritual needs and were frequently visited by the Vicars from St.Mary’s Orthodox Church, Bahrain. St. George Orthodox Church, Abu Dhabi and St. Thomas Orthodox Church, Dubai, were the early congregations to be established in the UAE under the patronage of St.Mary’s Orthodox Church, Bahrain.
In 1970, at the time of elevation of St. Thomas Orthodox Church in Dubai as a Parish, a large number of its members lived in Sharjah. Their travel to Dubai for attending the Holy Mass at Women’s Society Hall in Dubai was a great ordeal. So, in the year 1973, a group of the Orthodox Church members from Sharjah formed a Prayer Group, under the patronage of St.Thomas Orthodox Church, Dubai. Prayer meetings were held once in a month, at the residence of those members, under the leadership of the Vicar from Dubai Church. This prayer group was the forerunner for the formation of the present St. Gregorios Orthodox Church in Sharjah”.

You can watch my 4 min 40 sec HD Video Sharjah daytime walk part 6 out of my Youtube channel with Mustafa Sandal - Arabia.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Sharjah on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 25°21'18.01"N 55°23'38.36"E or on my Google Earth Panoramio St Gregorios Orthodox Church.

Sharjah Hisn Museum (Fort)

by chizz

Visit the Hisn Fort in the town centre to learn about its past. The fort was originally built in 1820 but was pulled down (everything apart from one of its towers) in 1969. This angered the young Sultan Bin Muhammed al Qasimi who cut off his studies in Cairo to go back to Sharjah to supervise the forts rebuilding. As he had been a frequent visitor to the fort as a young child, he drew plans from memory and over the years the fort was brought back to life.
The film showing just off the entrance shows what Sharjah was like in the past and there are a few rooms you can visit in the fort showing weapons and traditional furniture.
Open Sat-Thurs 8am-8pm/Fri -4-8pm. Charges: Adults Dhs 5, Family Dhs 10, Children - free or use your multi entrance ticket.

Al-Naboodah House

by Doctor38

This house was built in 1845. this house is probably the oldest one in Sharjah that still exists today. It belonged to 'Obaid bin Eisa Al-Naboodah' a wealthy pearl merchant. All Arabic houses have more or less a similar design; a small door leading to guests’ area and than to a court yard surrounded by family rooms. This house considered to be big by local standard of the time when most people couldn’t afford a brick house and used to live in tents or Areesh houses.

Sharjah

by Sambawalk

Sharjah is the 3rd largest of the 7 emirates in the UAE. Sharjah promotes itself as the cultural capital of the UAE. It is easy to walk this emirates as the key sites and shopping areas are all nearby. It is only 30 minutes away from Dubai where you can do a day trip.

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