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Sharjah is the capital of Sharjah emirate and is the third largest city in the United Arab Emirates.
Sharjah is the third largest of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and is the only one to have land on both the Persian Gulf Coast and the Gulf of Oman. Sharjah is also next to Dubai and is effectively its suburb, with commuter traffic creating rush hour traffic jams.
Public buses are by Sharjah Transport, There are seven local and three express routes. Dubai's RTA also offers express commuter bus service. Licensed taxi companies are Sharjah, Emirates, Citi, Union, and Advantage. Taxi plates are reflective green, helps spot them at night.
What to do in Sharjah
Jetskiing is very famous around summer time in the Khalid Lagoon.
F1 Boat Races happen around the manmade island in the Buhaira Corniche sometime around December.
Qanat al Qasba has a beautiful mosque right by the canal.
From Al Qasba there is a ferry that gives you a boat tour around Sharjah.
Several diffent yearly festivals take place, and each one is a wonderful cultural experience. There are many fun activities at these festivals such as camel rides, henna, delicious Arabian foods and dishes, and much more.
What to see
Heritage Area - Good overview available here including a few restoration of old houses. The Heritage is situated near the Corniche between Burj Avenue & Al-Maraija Road. Many historic buildings have been reconstructed with traditional materials.
Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization. Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization is a fascinating place for any visitors with an interest in the faith.
Sharjah Calligraphy Museum, a small museum with magnificient calligraphic works of art by Persian, Arabic and Tukish artist with a workshop where students are trained in the art of calligraphy.
Art Area - Includes Sharjah's Art Museum which covers regional and international art exhibits, with the oriental collection being its highlights. The Arts Area is situated opposite the Heritage Area on the other side of Burj Avenue.
Other museums also covers marine, natural history, aviation, and other valuable aspects.
Blue Souq - An interesting, if slightly chaotic, shopping centre hosting around 600 shops in two wings. The ground floor shops tend to stock gold and expensive designer clothes, with the upper level containing shops stocking carpets and curios from as far afield as Afghanistan and Tibet.
Fish Market, Corniche Road
King Faisal Mosque, Al-Ittahid Square. This magnificient mosque was a gift of the Saudi Arabian King Faisal. It was opened in 1987 and has space for 15.000 people. There are separate prayer rooms for men and women and the mosque has an Islamic library with more than 7.000 books. Admission for muslims only.
Al-Mahattah-Museum, Estiqlal Square. Al Mahatta was the first airport in the Gulf region. It was opened in 1932 as a staging post for commercial flights from Britain to India. There is an interesting film about the daily life at the airport and Sharjah town in the 1930s and four original propeller planes stand in the hangar.