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Visit Sharjah

Visit Sharjah

The 3rd largest emirate in UAE and a calm, quiet, and peaceful place, Sharjah is for tourists who want to experience the true essence of Arabian culture. Sharjah is known as the “ Cultural Capital of the Arab world”.  The city has preserved its Arabic roots while growing into a metropolis from a humble fishing village. 

 

Sharjah is popular for its beautiful mosques and the traditional essence of charming neighbourhoods. Sharjah is just 30 minutes away from the emirate of Dubai so if you are on a trip to Dubai and want to elongate your itinerary, just book a car and visit Sharjah

 
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Top tourist attractions in Sharjah.

There are many interesting places to visit in Sharjah. Some will excite your mood while others will bring you peace. 

Let us have a look at some major tourist attractions in Sharjah.

 

  1. Al Noor Island:

Are you a fan of the “butterflies in the tummy” feeling? You get a similar feeling here on Al Noor Island as there are hundreds of tropical butterflies fluttering around the place. The place also serves educational purposes as children learn about the lifecycle of butterflies. The place has calm and soothing vibes where you can relax and be at peace. 

 

Here are the highlights of the Al Noor Island:

  • An Enchanting Butterfly House

  • Relaxing Literature Pavilion

  • Walk through the landscaped gardens

  • Contemporary sculptures and light installations

  • Al Noor Cafe

 

  1. Al Noor Mosque:

Out of over 600 mosques in Sharjah, Al Noor is the most famous mosque. The mosque opens for the general public on Mondays and private visits can be arranged anytime except Fridays and Saturdays. The mosque lit up beautifully during the Sharjah Light Festival. 

  1. Al Qasba:

Find yourself in Venice when you visit Al Qasba. This location is complete with pedestrian bridges, shops, terraces, and a Ferris wheel in the background. Al Qasba is a canal connecting the two waterfronts of Sharjah. Following the channel are shopping outlets and kids’ play areas as well. There are boating activities available at the canal to enjoy the scenic beauty of Sharjah.

  1. Kalba Mangrove Reserve:

This is a biosphere reserve developed to conserve the endangered species of white collared kingfisher birds endemic to this area. This is the perfect destination for people who wish to reconnect with nature on their trip. Explore the flora and fauna of mangroves. Also, this place is famous for birdwatching. 

  1. Mleiha Desert:

Discover the deserts of Sharjah, beautiful landscapes, and archaeological sites in action. Mleiha offers lots of educational and recreational opportunities to make your trip worthwhile. 

  1. Shopping sites in Sharjah:

There are many places in Sharjah where you can go around street shopping. Most important of them all are,

  • Souk Al Arsa

  • Souk Al Shinasiya

Souk Al Arsa is the oldest souk in the whole of UAE. Similarly, Souk Al Shinasiya is ages old and keeps the same charm through time.

  1. Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation

Sharjah is predominantly an Islamic city. The people of Sharjah have preserved their Islamic cultural roots strongly here. The museum contains more than 5000 Islamic artefacts like coins, carvings, calligraphy, ceramics, and scientific instruments. The museum aims at spreading the significance of Islam by collecting and displaying the special and rare things from the Islamic world.

 

Generally, Sharjah tourism is humble and progressive. However considering the Islamic values of Sharjah, it is inappropriate to dress contradictory to the guidelines or consume alcohol as Sharjah is a 100% dry area. None of the restaurants or cafes serve alcohol here in Sharjah. 

 

Visit Sharjah for peace of mind. Visit Sharjah to take a break from your busy life. Visit Sharjah to get in touch with the tranquillity of nature!

 

FAQs

Q. Is Sharjah family friendly?

Absolutely yes. Sharjah is a very family friendly tourist city. It has recreational opportunities for people of all ages and offers many activities that can be enjoyed with the whole family.

 

Q. What is the best time to visit Sharjah?

The best time to visit Sharjah is during winter same as the rest of UAE. Especially, during the light festival in February, various places in Sharjah light up and offer celebratory views and firecrackers. 

 

Q. What is the condition of the transportation system in Sharjah?

Public transport like buses and taxis are easily accessible in Sharjah. You can also book our transportation services to go sightseeing anywhere in the UAE with ease.

 

Q. Can we consume alcoholic beverages in Sharjah?

No, Sharjah is a completely dry area and it doesn’t even serve alcohol at restaurants and cafes. 

 

Q. What is the dress code for the Sharjah visit?

Tourists are advised to wear modest clothes in the city area and cover their heads in religious places. However, you are free to wear whatever you wish at the desert, islands, and beaches. 

 

 

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