Verona Resort

Sharjah-Ajman Road, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
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Forum Posts

Can I bring my Computer to sharjah

by go4ram01

I am working for an IT company in chennai india and coming to sharjah from chennai soon. I am having lot of software materials in my computer which are must for my work in sharjah.

Can I bring my PC ( Only CPU ) to sharjah?. Will customs allow carrying a PC to sharjah?


Can I bring my motherboard + Harddisk atleast?

Pls help.. Whom I have to call and confirm this?

Re: Can I bring my Computer to sharjah

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well as far as I know people fluy in and out of UAE with LapTop, but for making sure, contact the airline which you are using to fly to Sharjah.

Re: Can I bring my Computer to sharjah

by dave.richards

The CPU is only a processor and does carry your installed software. It is the harddisk that has all the data.
If you dont want to bring the box itself then just bring along the Motherboard (which contains the CPU, fan, RAM etc), Video/sound card and Harddisk. An empty box is very cheap to buy and so you can easily build a new computer. You should have no problems packing these in a suitcase (security checking when x-raying luggage may prevent this though) or in your hand luggage.
You would need to buy a monitor, keyboard, mouse etc.
If you want to bring the complete desktop setup then have it sent via a secure delivery service direct to your home in the UAE. This will save on the hassle when carrying it yourself.

Travel Tips for Sharjah

Buhairah Corniche and Khaled Lagoon

by xiquinho

One of the most pleasant ways of whiling away the hours in Sharjah centre is to take a stroll along the promenade known as Buhairah Corniche. This waterside stretch of Sharjah is inviting due to its central location and its grassy areas shaded by date palms.

Locals come to hang out and chat and watch the dhows crossing Khaled lagoon. The fountain in the lagoon is the world’s third highest and is spectacularly floodlit at night.

Sharjah Heritage Museum

by chizz

Take a look around the Heritage Museum to see how people used to treat illnesses with herbal remedies, the old schooling system, old coins and notes and jewellery. An interesting and cheap place to visit to discover the crafts and traditions of Arabian heritage. Open Sat - Thurs 8am-8pm/Fri 4-8pm. Charges: Adults Dhs 5, Family Dhs 10, Children free or use you multi use ticket.

Khalid Lagoon water fountain

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

This water fountain reaches heights of 100 meters making it the third highest fountain in the world after Jeddah (KSA) Fountain 276 meters and a Swiss fountain of 130 meters.
Unfortunately I could see it only from a distance. May be next time...


by uglyscot

"Sharjah creek"

Sharjah lies on the Arabian Gulf. It is less developed than Abu Dhabi and Dubai , and has a more traditional population. Immigrant workers also tend to live in this area because housing is less expensive.
There is the gold suq, and beside it another covered market where interesting local crafts and antiques can be found. Old wooden doors and windows can be bought either as decoration or made into coffee tables.

"The Beach"

Lying as it does on the Gulf, Sharjah has a long corniche and beach. Families congregate on the weekend [Friday and Saturday] and public holidays, but women do not normally go swimming.
If you want to swim, it is better to pay to use the facilities of one of the hotels, like the Kempinski in Ajman.
The water is warm and the beach is sandy, but beware of getting burnt. The combination of sea and sun is very strong and only a short time can leave you like a lobster!

"off the beaten track"

Sharjah is not just the area along the corniche, but has another outlet to the sea at Khor Fakkan. To get there means a long journey by road passing through the smaller emirate states.
It is interesting to see how the colour of the land changes from one state to the other- from white, yellow to black and other shades in between.
Colourful shops selling different commodities from fruit, flowers, handicrafts and pottery can be seen. And then the mountains and the sea.


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