Five Emirates Tour in a Day from Dubai - Know the East-Coast.

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Explore the must visits of UAE within just 9 hours. From historical monuments to unspoiled beaches our Five Emirates Tour is the perfect compact package to breeze through the place when schedule is tight. The five Emirate Tour takes you around to the five fascinating places of the Emirates of the UAE. In one single day you will cover the spectacular tourist spots and familiarize yourself about the rich culture and heritage of the place. It covers famous places like Ajman Museum and the Ajman Beach, Fujairah Emirate’s oldest mosque Al Bidiya, Sharjah Urban attractions and Khor Fakkan beach. Drive through the busy streets and experience local life of the people and take an exciting walk through the colorful and aromatic markets. The sight-seeing tour is sure to keep you entertained, curious and excited all throughout the day!

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Stop At: King Faisal Mosque

Established in January 1987, the mosque is named after King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, the former ruler of Saudi Arabia. Sheikh Abdullah Al Khayal, the director general of the Sharjah Department of Islamic Affairs, says the prayer halls can accommodate almost 17,000 people. Before it was the largest mosque in the emirate.

Duration: 15 minutes

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It is one of Sharjah’s biggest square, covering an area of more than 60,000 square-meters in Al-Sour district. The union monument is placed in the middle of the area and is decorated with seven oysters each with a pearl inside which represent each of the seven Emirates. The seven oysters surround the central pillar, which is crowned with a golden pearl symbolizing the union of the Emirates.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Souq al Jubail

Designed in traditional Islamic style with arches and domes, Souq Al Jubail attracts more than half a million shoppers every month. The more than 100 species of colourful creatures on display provide plenty of fantastic photo opportunities too. The fish market is a part of the huge Souq Al Jubail, which also includes sections for fruit and vegetables, dates and meat. It is located between Corniche Road and Sharjah Creek, near the Central Souk.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Blue Souk

Popularly known as the Blue Souk, thanks to its beautiful blue tiles, this two-storey souk consists of two long parallel buildings connected by indoor bridges. It is one of Sharjah’s most photographed buildings and even features on the UAE five-dirham bank note. Shops on the ground floor sell modern jewellery, watches and clothing; upstairs there are arts, crafts and curios from the region, as well as stores specialising in handmade Persian carpets and colourful kilims from Afghanistan and Kashmir. Don’t miss the gold and diamond shops, mainly found on the lagoon-side of the souk. Alongside precious stones and exquisite gold, silver and authentic Bedouin jewellery, there are craftsmen who can recreate a design based on a photo or sketch.

Pass By: Bait-al-Naboodah Museum

Built in 1845, Bait Al Naboodah is set around a sun-drenched courtyard with walls made of coral. The charming two-storey house features a grand entranceway, elaborately carved decorations and wind catchers‎ on the walls. Wander through the various rooms, admiring the craftsmanship and ingenuity of traditional Gulf architecture in an age before air conditioning, and learn about the daily routines of the prominent pearling family who once lived here.

Stop At: Sharjah Fort - Al Hisn

Built in 1823 and fortified by three towers, Al Hisn fort has served as a seat of government, a royal residence, a prison and now a museum. A row of cannons welcomes visitors, with 12 galleries offering insight into the emirate and its ruling family. Step inside a round prison cell, discover how to properly present a sword to a sheikh, and pour over historic photographs, old weaponry and exhibits about the naval strength of Sharjah’s Qawasim tribe.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization

Situated in the historical heart of Sharjah on the Majarrah Waterfront, this fascinating Museum is housed in what was once a traditional Middle Eastern souq or indoor market. The new Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization presents more than five thousand exquisite Islamic artifacts from all over the Islamic World, arranged according to themes and spread over seven spacious galleries and display areas.

Stop At: Ajman Museum

Ajman Museum is the emirate’s foremost museum illustrating life as it once was. The 18th-century fort served as the ruler’s residence until 1970, before it was converted into a museum a decade later. You’ll find the museum on the east side of the central square in the Al Bustan area. The museum opens from Saturday - Thursday (8:00am - 8:00pm), and on Friday (2:30 pm - 8:00 pm) and displays are annotated in both Arabic and English. The exhibits offer a compelling glimpse of Ajman’s past, from centuries-old manuscripts and weaponry to models of wooden dhows and ingenious irrigation systems. One of the most notable displays is an excavated cemetery discovered in the Al Muwaihat area, which features pottery and funeral jewellery dating back as far as 3000 BC. A section is devoted to the pearl trade that once dominated the region, while the fort itself is a perfect example of traditional Emirati architecture.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Umm al-Quwain is one of the United Arab Emirates. Umm al-Quwain city lies on the Arabian Gulf. On a peninsula, the old town area features the UAQ National Museum, in a centuries-old fort. Nearby, Al Sinniyah Island sits in a protected lagoon and is a haven for seabirds. Dreamland Aqua Park offers waterslides and pools. Inland, a camel racetrack is just outside the village of Falaj Al Moalla.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Ras Al Khaimah

Ras Al Khaimah is the northernmost emirate of the United Arab Emirates. It's known for its Arabian Gulf beaches.

Pass By: Jebel Jais

Jebel Jais (Arabic: جَبَل جَيْس‎, romanized: Jabal Jays) is a mountain of the North-Western Hajar range in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates and also in the Musandam Governorate of Oman. The summit has an elevation of 1,934 m (6,345 ft). The highest point of this mountain is located on the Omani side, but a secondary hill (in the same mountain) west of this peak is considered the highest point of the United Arab Emirates, at 1,892 m (6,207 ft) above sea level. Since the summit is in the Omani side, Jebel Al Mebrah (also known as "Jabal Yibir") at 1,527 m (0.949 mi) is the highest peak in the UAE

Pass By: Dibba Al Fujairah

Dibba Al-Fujairah is a city in the emirate of Fujairah, located on the northeast part of the United Arab Emirates. It is geographically part of the Dibba region. Dibba Al-Fujairah is considered to be the

Stop At: Al Bidya Mosque

The Al Bidya Mosque (Arabic: مسجد البدية‎, sometimes transliterated Al Bidyah or Al Badiyah) is the oldest extant mosque in the United Arab Emirates or Fujairah. It is located in a small village in emirate Fujairah about 50 km north from region center.It is also known as Ottoman Mosque.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Khor Fakkan Beach

Khor Fakkan ( romanized: Khawr Fakkān) is a city and exclave of the Emirate of Sharjah, located on the east coast of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), facing the Gulf of Oman, and geographically surrounded by the Emirate of Fujairah. The city, the second largest on the east coast after Fujairah City, is set on the picturesque bay of Khor Fakkan, which means "Creek of Two Jaws". It is the site of Khor Fakkan Container Terminal, the only natural deep-sea port in the region and one of the major container ports in the UAE.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Fujairah

Fujairah is the only emirate that is located completely on the eastern coast of the UAE along the Gulf of Oman. The shores of Fujairah extend along the Gulf of Oman for about 70km. from the city of Fujairah in the south to the town of Dibba in the far north. The total area of the emirate of Fujairah is 1,450 sq. km.

Stop At: Fujairah Fort

Fujairah Fort is a fort in the city of Fujairah, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Dating back to the 16th century, it is the among the oldest as well as the largest castles in the country.[citation needed] It is noted for playing significant roles in fighting back the wave of colonialism.[citation needed] Today, it is among the main tourist attractions in the city. It is probably the oldest fort in the UAE and was occupied by the Wahhabists.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Fujairah

The Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Fujairah, also known as the Grand Sheikh Zayed Mosque, is the main mosque in Fujairah City, Emirate of Fujairah, United Arab Emirates.

Duration: 10 minutes
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