Sharjah is the third-most populous city in the United Arab Emirates, after Dubai and Abu Dhabi. It is the capital of the Emirate of Sharjah and forms part of the Dubai-Sharjah-Ajman metropolitan area. Sharjah is the capital of the eponymous emirate. It is also known for its various touristic sites, which include historical areas like Heart of Sharjah and modern sites like Al Qasba and Al Majaz waterfront.

While Dubai is all about flashy tall buildings and shop-till-you-drop malls, neighbouring Sharjah takes a more subtle approach, forgoing glitz to concentrate on culture and history. Some travellers are put off by its conservative reputation (the emirate is ‘dry’; no alcohol is available anywhere), but if you can handle a day or two without a beer, Sharjah is home to some of the best museums and art galleries in the country: the restored Sharjah Heritage Area and the mind-bogglingly vast history of the Mleiha Archaeological Site. This emirate is doing more than anywhere else in the UAE to preserve its heritage – explaining why Unesco declared it Cultural Capital of the Arab World in 1998, recognition reaffirmed in 2014, when it became Capital of Islamic Culture.

BLUE BAY WALK Ajmal Makan City

Enjoy a true sense of luxury with a touch of relaxation on the Blue Bay Walk.

– Studio /1-bedroom /2-bedroom Apartments
– 30% discount
– Attractive payment plan
– Delivery: October 2024
– Gated community
– Premium equipment

– 30 minutes to Dubai International Airport
– 27 minutes Mall of the Emirates
– 5 minutes to Ajman
– 32 minutes to DUBAI
Starting price: AED 376,000 / USD 102,400

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