iZone Hotspots-locations in Sharjah :-)
High-speed Wi-Fi internet service, enables you to wirelessly access the internet at locations across the UAE.
The method of payment can be through any of the following:
Hotspots Prepaid Cards
Etisalat Blue Card - AED 20
Dial Up Subscribers
Al Shamil Subscribers
Wasel Mobile Subscribers
Hotspots Single User
Hotspots Multi User
Here is their locations in Sharjah Emirate:
Venue Type Location
Abu Dhabi Securities - Sharjah Office Next to Fardan Centre, Sharjah
Al Mondo Cafe Cafe Al Mondo Cafe
Al Mulla Hotels and Suites Hotel Sharjah
Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Cafe Sahara Mall
Etisalat- West Coast Head Office Business Center Main Business Center
La Brise Sweets Cafe Sharjah
Mega Mall Shopping Mall Food Court
Radisson Sas AP Hotel Lobby & Dining Court
Sahara Mall - Debenhams Shopping Mall Debenhams
Sahara Mall - Food Court Shopping Mall Food Court Sahara Mall - Marks and Spencer Shopping Mall Mark and Spencer
Sharjah City Centre Cafe Sharjah
Sharjah International Airport Airport First Class Lounge
Sharjah Ladies club Office Sharjah
Starbucks - Bukhatir Tower Cafe Corniche Road - near Maza cinema - Sharjah - UAE
Starbucks - Mega Mall Cafe Sharjah Mega Mall - Sharjah
Starbucks - Sahara Centre Cafe Sahara Mall - Dubai Sharjah Road - Sharjah
Starbucks - Star Century Cafe Sahara Mall - Dubai Sharjah Road - Sharjah
Supreme Cafe - Sharjah Cafe Hamdan Centre
Festivals in the Corniche
While we were there, a Chinese Lantern festival was going on.The entire corniche area was covered with beautiful red lanterns - it was a pretty sight! They even had a DJ playing music as part of the festivities.I was informed that they host diff festivals and even put up a calendar of the events.Check if out, something might interest you.
Sharjah’s culture is firmly rooted in the Islamic traditions of Arabia. Islam is more than a religion, it is an integral part of everyday life for all Muslims and some of the basic values include honesty, courtesy and hospitality.
You can watch my 4 min 46 sec HD Video Sharjah evening walk part 3 out of my Youtube channel with Min Fine.
Dubai's Cultural Sister: SHARJAH
Sharjah is often and easily forgotten by both visitors to and residents of Dubai. Mainly, since the beginning of Dubai's "building boom" (year 2003 onwards) this smaller emirate doesn't appear to have as much to offer: there are no majestic shopping malls with indoor ski slopes, no gravity-defying skyscrapers, no superb 5-star hotels, and also - no alcohol.
Since 1985, Sharjah has been known as "the dry emirate" (but surprisingly, non-Muslims can purchase alcohol in Sharjah airport’s duty free section).
Also, it's good to be aware of the fact that this emirate is a little more conservative than "sin city Dubai": both women AND men should adhere to a more sensible and respectable dress code when in Sharjah.
"The "Cultural Capital of the UAE""
But where Sharjah lacks in modern sophistications and glamour, it by far outshines Dubai with its cultural and historical sights. In the craze of megalomaniac projects and construction, Dubai quickly forgot about its own history and has all but demolished any traces of the past, but in Sharjah the UAE's heritage is alive and well. It proudly calls itself "The cultural capital of the UAE."
I have to admit: I have lived in the UAE since 1998 and rarely visit Sharjah, which is a shame. The main deterrent is simply traffic chaos: cost of living tends to be quite a bit cheaper than in Dubai, so hundreds of thousands of people commute to Dubai, turning a 15 kilometre stretch of road into a 3-hour gridlock nightmare each and every day.
But this coming winter, I definitely and traffic-defiantly plan more trips into Sharjah city!
It is the 3rd largest of the 7 United Arab Emirates and is ruled by H.H. Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qassimi (since 1972).