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The social capital of the UAE, Sharjah has safeguarded its personality and customs even in the present evolving times. The city gloats of alluring shorelines, galleries, natural life and open parks and numerous Arabic attractions like the Kalba, Al Majaz Waterfront, Eye of the Emirates, the Al Noor Mosque, and some more.

Sharjah is a goal for a vacationer on account of its verifiable landmarks and displays of craftsmanship. There are numerous well known places in Sharjah that are given below.

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1. Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization


Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization is a decent spot to jump into the profound underlying foundations of Arab and Islamic culture. Various scientific and religious manuscripts, just as a collection of Islamic expressions and art work dating from the seventh to the nineteenth hundreds of years are in view.

Features of specific note include the exhibit of mud, earthenware, and glass, just as metallic work decorated with silver, gold, and metal, and the collection of astrolabes.

The historical center has things dating down to the Abbasid and Umayyad times, including a currency collection of silver dinars and dirhams. Yet in addition follows the expansive arms of Islamic culture, with shows of Mughal and Ottoman specialty work.

places to visit in sharjah

2. Sharjah Arts Museum


One of the biggest expressions galleries in the United Arab Emirates, this best in class office opened in 1997 and highlights a permanent collection, as well as a program of temporary exhibits. The perpetual collection incorporates important work of art from the collections of Sheik Dr. Sultan canister Mohammed Al Qassimi.

There are 72 exhibitions spread more than three stories, with an attention on works by Arab craftsmen from all through the Arab world. There are various thrilling tourist places coming out your way in Sharjah Art Museum. Within 2 hours’ drive, you can reach this destination. This spectacular museum has a huge variety of more than 5000 artifacts of Islamic world such as jewelry and costumes.

Different fine arts are by eighteenth century painters who visited the Middle East and became fascinated by the natural environment, design, and culture. The Ali Darwish exhibition contains watercolors of Sharjah. The contemporary area comprises of in excess of 300 works by neighborhood, Arab, and outside craftsmen.

3. Sharjah Heritage Area


The Sharjah Heritage Area is a mix of a few historical centers that incorporate the Sharjah Heritage Museum, with displays covering all aspects of conventional Emirati life; the Calligraphy Museum, exploring this Arab work of art; and Bait Al Naboodah, a finely reestablished customary family home, when home to the Al-Shamsi family.

They are an extraordinary spot to dive somewhat more profound into customary Emirati culture and find what life resembled before the revelation of oil.

4. Sharjah Fort


Sharjah Fort (called Al Hisn in Arabic) sits on a court at the side of the Heritage District. Sharjah Fort was built 200 years ago and has served in as both defensive facility for the town as well as the traditional residence of the ruling family of Sharjah.

Inside, the rooms contain themed showcases following the historical backdrop of Sharjah, just as the town's significance as a major aspect of the Gulf's exchange systems. One show subtleties the careful rebuilding of the structure in the late twentieth century. From the rooftop there are extraordinary perspectives over the Heritage District and out to the ocean.

5. Khor Fakkan


Khor Fakkan is the second biggest town on the east coast. In spite of the fact that the principle highlight of town is thriving and less-than-picturesque container port, the encompassing territory is a top spot for divers and makes them intrigue attractions close-by while the long shoreline is an exquisite stretch of white sand.

6. Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary


It's an amazing eco-travel place located at south of Dubai creek covering approximately 620 hectares. One can reach to this site within 1 hour 20 minutes’ drive from well-known Abu Dhabi Mall. Famous Ras Al Khor is the best place for Abu Dhabi City tour. This Wildlife Sanctuary is a wetland created with mudflats, lagoons, mangroves, salt marshes, with more than 50 species of flora and nearly 450 species of fauna.

7. Khor al Beidah


Another delightful tourist spot that you can go by road. It’s one of the favorite tourist attraction for birdwatchers located at east of Umm Al-Quwain. Being a pleasurable area of mangroves, this place is a home of more than 12,000 birds. People also enjoy turtles and fish if you drive 2 hours from the capital to reach this place.

8. Maraya Art Centre


A fabulous Maraya Art Centre in Sharjah is a great destination to enjoy a road trip from Abu Dhabi City. It's an amazing place to take your family and friends for a day or night trip. Children also love this attraction spot.

9. Miracle Garden


Due to an unbreakable record for the longest flower wall, it is worth considering to take a road trip to Miracle Garden. This fabulous tourist spot has more than 45 million blooming flowers including peacock shaped flower sculpture and a flower clock. People can reach this spot within one hour drive from Abu Dhabi capital.

10. Dreamland Aqua Park


Maximum 2 hours road trip from the UAE capital will take you to the well-known Dreamland Aqua Park. It’s a great destination to enjoy some exciting water activities.

Where to Stay in Sharjah for Sightseeing


Hotels are spread all through Sharjah with a lot of resorts along the beachfront and skyscrapers close to the Cornices, facing Khalid Lagoon, in the downtown area.
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22 comments:

  1. I'd love to visit the Miracle Garden. I bet it looks as majestic as it sounds! :)

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  2. Amazing photos and history! I would love to visit one day!

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  3. Wow, Sharjah looks like a very picturesque and beautiful location!

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  4. Wow I had no idea of all the beautiful places to visit in sharjah! I would love to travel to the miracle garden! So many great photo ops:)

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  5. Oh wow! That temple looks so magnificent. I'd want to go there just to see that in person.

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  6. I have not heard about Sharjah before but it's definitely worth checking out

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  7. That museum looks amazing! Definitely going on the bucket list :)

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  8. Oh my goodness this place is so beautiful.

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  9. This is an absolutely gorgeous city! It looks especially beautiful during sunset! The museums are a must see!

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  10. Im glad to know this wonderful places. Im eyeing on visiting the Miracle Garden

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  11. I love how the buildings look at night all lit up. I'm so happy it's travel season!

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  12. the places you listed are so interesting and offer quite range of various sights and interests. awesome list!

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  13. That mosque looks incredibly majestic! Thank you for sharing!

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  14. I have never been to Sharjah but the architecture looks so beautiful. Make me want to plan a visit!

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  15. Wow, this was full of surprises. I never considered this area, but it honestly sounds like the perfect place for me and my family. It’s so beautiful

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  16. Never been to Sharjah so reading your post is like a quick short travel there, even though a virtual one, and I love it

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  17. Never been to this place but that place looks very vibrant to relax and unwind.

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  18. The Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization and Art museum look amazing. The colors, the details, the other-worldly majestic feel! How awesome you got to experience this.

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  19. I've actually never heard of Sharja before now. I would love to visit one day.

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  20. These all sound like amazing places to visit! I would love to travel there someday!

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  21. All these places sound incredible! We love visiting places like these in the states, but I bet the history and culture in UAE is so much richer. Hope I can visit these places myself someday.

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  22. Sharjah is beautiful, it is such a lovely place. I used to live there and it was perfect. There was so much to do while there.

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