• Ajman
  • Sharjah
  • Beirut
  • Dubai
  • Al Jubail
  • Amman
  • Khartoum


  • Bahi Ajman Palace Hotel
  • Coral Beach Resort Sharjah
  • Coral Beirut Al Hamra Hotel
  • Coral Dubai Deira Hotel
  • Coral Jubail Hotel
  • Corp Amman Hotel
  • Corp Amman Hotel
  • Ecos Dubai Hotel at Al Furjan
  • EWA Khartoum Hotel and Apartments


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Discover the United Arab Emirates, a nexus of distinctive emirates, from the palm-shaped islands of Dubai to the arty Sharjah with its cultural heritage sites.

Each emirate is an individual destination with a history, attracting corporate and leisure guests the world over to experience the magic of the United Arab Emirates for themselves.



The beautiful Emirate of Ajman sits just north of Sharjah and is hallmarked by its rows of pretty palm-lined beaches and the tranquil Corniche. It may be the smallest Emirate but that doesn’t hold Ajman back. It offers a picturesque retreat while boasting an intriguing museum and one of the last-remaining dhow-building yards. It has become a business hub.

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Take a cruise on a dhow, a traditional Arab sailing vessel, which lets you explore Ajman from the water. The tour covers significant heritage sites and points of interest, giving you a glimpse into the region’s rich and diverse history. On or off a dhow, places to visit include King Faisal Mosque, The Rulers Old Palace and The Natural History Museum.The busy Corniche is a popular haunt for locals and visitors alike in Ajman, offering a wealth of activities including cycling, horseback riding and trekking. Alternatively, take some time to yourself to watch the sun set over the stunning beaches.

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Iftikhar Hamdani, General Manager

"I’d recommend a visit to The Al Zorah Golf Club with its 18-hole championship layout. It is the perfect day trip for an avid golfer. The Dhow Yard is also well worth a visit to see some of the traditional Arab boats built by hand from techniques passed down through the generations while the Ajman Fish Market gives you a unique experience of local trade."

Iftikhar Hamdani



The glittering lights of Dubai are world-renowned for their towering skyscrapers, enormous shopping malls and sprawling beach resorts. The city is an equilibrium of rich historic intrigue and forward-looking modernity, all sitting within the same characterful emirate. Take a stroll to Old Dubai’s Bastakiya’s heritage art areas, where some of the city’s finest and oldest art galleries are housed. Further along you’ll find Dubai’s gold, spices and textiles souks for a once-in-a-lifetime experience of traditional shopping in Dubai.

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The neighborhoods of Al Shindagha and Al Hamriya are nearby residential districts with several shopping complexes and foreign consulates. Al Shindagha is home to The Heritage Village, which transports you to an era celebrating Dubai’s traditions. Spend some time here and find out more about the traditional customs, professionals and local craftsmanship of this most captivating region.

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Rafat Gotta, General Manager, recommends

“My insider tip would be to visit Dubai frame the biggest picture frame on the planet It is positioned in such a way that representative landmarks of modern Dubai can be seen on one side, while from the other side, visitors can as well view older parts of the city. and Dubai Safari the new home for more than 2500 animals from all over the world, aims ‎to be one of the top ten zoos internationally”




Finding its home on the Persian Gulf, Sharjah is an emirate known as the nation’s cultural gem. It boasts the largest arts museum in the whole of the United Arab Emirates, the Sharjah Arts Museum boasting 72 galleries spread over three floors.

The hustle and bustle of traditional Arabian shopping is never far away in the form of Sharjah’s Souk area. The Fish Souk and Fruit and Vegetable Souk are a fantastic way to step into the way of life.

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Meanwhile, Sharjah’s Central Market with its ornate blue tiling houses has over 600 shops. These include jewellery, perfume, clothing, electronics, food and gift items, among many others.

Upstairs at the Central Market, also known as the Blue Market, sits a traditional Arabian bazaar where you can invest in antiques, Yemeni and Omani jewellery and other souvenirs and trinkets to take home with you.

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Iftikhar Hamdani, General Manager

“Sharjah is known for its heritage, so a visit to the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation is well worth it, letting you take a journey through Arab and Islamic culture. Other cultural spots include the Natural History Museum, Maritime Museum, Archaeology Museum and Science Museum.

“I’d recommend a trip to the Sharjah Aquarium to experience some of the wildlife, and for something a little different.”

Iftikhar Hamdani
Bahi Ajman Palace Hotel
Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi Street,
PO Box 7176, Ajman, United Arab Emirates
Fax: +971 6 701 8899
Coral Beach Resort - Sharjah
Coral Beach Resort Sharjah
Al Muntazah Street, Sharjah Corniche,
PO Box 5524, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Coral Dubai Deira Hotel
Al Muraqqabat Street,
PO Box 82999, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ecos Dubai Hotel at Al Furjan
Al Furjan, Jabal Ali First,
PO Box 82999, Dubai, United Arab Emirates