Sharjah – Ajman Tour to get a look of UAE’s social fortunes. This four-hour trek covering a visit to a portion of the well known highlights of Sharjah and Ajman helps you to pick up a profound knowledge into the rich society and legacy of the country.
As you leave Dubai and enter Sharjah that entrances you with its memorable and legacy destinations including King Faisal Mosque, Sharjah Cultural Square with a stunning model of Holy Quran, Qanat Al Qasba, and conventional Blue Souk exhibiting a dazzling exhibit of rugs, gems and handiwork things, you’ll soon find why UNESCO has picked Sharjah as the Arab World’s Cultural Capital.
It turns out to be all the more fascinating when the outing stretches out to Ajman’s mainstream attractions, for example, Ajman Beach and Ajman Museum, which has in plain view interesting workmanship and antiques going back to antiquated times.
- Pickup from your inn or home in Dubai/Sharjah.
- Qanat Al Qasba: One of the most lively zones of Sharjah, with Maraya Art Center and Eye of the Emirate as its central focuses.
- Sharjah Cornice: An all encompassing spot lined with various upscale private and business structures.
- Ruler Faisal Mosque: Sprawling more than a zone of around 12,000 square meters, this is the emirate’s biggest mosque.
Focal Souk/Blue Souk: Situated contiguous Khalid Lagoon, the Blue Souk is Sharjah’s the principle shopping center, with more than 500 shopping offering a wide variety of things, from obsolescents, gems and trinkets to apparel, beauty care products and floor coverings.
Fish Market: This is a very much composed and clean market where you can locate an extensive variety of new create including natural product, vegetables, fish.