Ras Al Khaimah Travel Guide

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Ras Al Khaimah Things to Do

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    by jorgejuansanchez Updated Jul 13, 2014

    this is a most didactic museum inside an old castle. The castle itself is already a wonder.
    In front I used to sleep, for free, and had showers in the mosque nearby.

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    by pakistanibrain Written Apr 2, 2007

    The Saqr Park in Ras al Khaimah is a really nice place for a weekend barbeque, especially if you have kids with you. You can use your own grill or one of the fixed BBQ grills that are provided in the park. There are covered areas as well, that give you shelter in the case of rain.

    For kids there are lots of playareas all over the park and there are also a few rides for adults, like a rollercoaster and a Big Splash ride.

    The entry fee to the park is 10 Dirhams per car (there is a seperate parking area in the park).

    All in all, a wonderful way to spend your Friday or Saturday afternoon in RAK.

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    • Theme Park Trips

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    by Emiralex Written Nov 10, 2011

    I'll be quick. Lunch. We've ordered stir-fried hammour with some veggies and stuff and have been waiting for half an hour for the waiter to come back to us to say "Sorry Sir, the fish is unavailable. Would you like to order anything else?". Of course, we didn't. Thank you.

    Favorite Dish: We did not try any.

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  • by mercia1 Written Jan 21, 2007

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    Its not so much the abmience of the Grand that makes it special, its the food, the service and the price. Many expats in RAK eat here at least a couple of times a week. The food is beautifully cooked, you can have it as spicy as you like or not. They tend to make it not spicy when they see its westerners eating so if you like it hot just ask for extra chilli.

    Favorite Dish: Too many to mention

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