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Tour of Sharjah Aquarium and Maritime Museum
"Explore the astonishing hidden world of the deep sea life. These aquariums shed light on the lively mysterious and colorful world of the deep sea. At Sharjah Maritime museum you can enjoy Sharjah’s most interesting marine stories and explore the Emirate's rich marine heritage which was collected and documented by Sharjah inhabitants; the sea played a s directly outside the museum building. It is the last ship of its kind that still exists until the present day in the Gulf countries.The Pearl which is believed to be one of the oldest pearls known in the world. It was discovered by archaeologists on a coastal cemetery site in Sharjah with an estimated age of seven thousand years old.Asamaa Ship which is fully equipped for diving activities and thrilling underwater adventures.""""Explore the astonishing hidden world of the deep sea life. These aquariums shed light on the lively
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Sharjah Arts Heritage and Culture Tour
"The journey will start from the Heart of Sharjah with a walking tour in Al Eslah School Souk Al Arsa Majlis Al Midfaa Heritage Museum and Calligraphy Museum. Continue the tour to Sharjah Aquarium & Maritime Museums driving through the city with a photo stop at Grand King Faisal Mosque and Central Souq and then visit the Aviation museum (Al Mahatta). Lunch is optional at a local restaurant in Al Qasba. In the afternoon continue the tour to the Wild Life Center Natural History & Botanical museum. The tour will end at the Car Museum at 6:00pm and we'll drive back to the hotel."""
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Sharjah Arts Heritage and Culture Tour
"The journey will start from the Heart of Sharjah with a walking tour in Al Eslah School Souk Al Arsa Majlis Al Midfaa Heritage Museum and Calligraphy Museum. Continue the tour to Sharjah Aquarium & Maritime Museums driving through the city with a photo stop at Grand King Faisal Mosque and Central Souq and then visit the Aviation museum (Al Mahatta). Lunch is optional at a local restaurant in Al Qasba. In the afternoon continue the tour to the Wild Life Center Natural History & Botanical museum. The tour will end at the Car Museum at 6:00pm and we'll drive back to the hotel."""
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Oil Platforms

Since the discovery of oil, Sharjah has developed from small palm-frond ‘arish’ houses hugging the creeks, to a modern city that extends all the way to the UAE’s East Coast. Modern development took...
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Skylines of Sharjah city

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...
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Sharjah General Background

Sharjah Emirate has its capital Sharjah city which is the third largest city (after Dubai and Abu Dhabi) in the United Arab Emirates. Its population is about a million people including a lot of...
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Great portal for indepth information

Sharjah is very different from Dubai - so when you're fed-up with trawling around monstrious shopping malls and sipping fancy coffees in 5-star hotel lobbies, it's time to head North to the emirate of...
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The Cultural Capital - Sharjah Museums

Sharjah has a rich legacy of arts, heritage and culture and promotes itself as "the UAE"s cultural capital". The emirate has preserved its natural and cultural heritage across the Emirate in the form...
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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...
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iZone Hotspots-locations in Sharjah :-)

Hotspots, our 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...
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The desert

I would definitely recommend the desert safari. When I first knew I was going to UAE, I immediately thought about sand, men dressed in flowing white clothes and women in black. Nothing prepared me for...
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the dry city

Sharjah is a stone-throw from Dubai and yet it is so completely different. It is as opulent as Dubai but far less flashy... and it is very moral: no alcohol allowed, no shisha cafes and no swimsuit on...
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Po Box 3527 Corniche Road United Arab Emirates
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Corniche Rd, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
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King Faisal Street, PO Box 61191, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
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Sultan Al Awal Road, Al Khan Beach, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
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Al Nahda PO Box 32133, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
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PO Box 6015, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
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Top Things to Do in Sharjah

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Bird and Animal Souq

This was on the walk from the bus station into the old part of town. There were two parts - an outdoor livestock market with cows, goats and sheep and an indoor market with birds including falcons,...
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Sharjah Fort

Sharjah Fort is located between the Sharjah Heritage Area and the Sharjah Arts Area. It is an interesting building from the ouside but it had a sign on the door saying it has been closed for...
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The Blue Souq or Central Souq

Our bus passed this on our way to Sharjah. It was not far back from the bus station so we walked back to have a look. The building is lovely with beautiful tiles, You can buy all sorts of things...
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Fruit and Vegetable Market

Sharjah fruit and vegetable market was right next to the bus station. I think our bus went to Al Jubail Bus station. The fruit and Vegetable souq is housed in a lovely building that runs parallel to...
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Corniche

Although it only has a pedestrian walkway for part of the way, it is quite interesting to walk along the corniche. You will pass a beautifully tiled (possibly Iranian) mosque, the heritage area, the...
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The Heritage Area

In winter it is possible to walk to the Heritage Area from Al Jubail bus station, but I would take a taxi in summer. The Heritage area was a bit of a disappointment as so much of it was still under...
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