The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is one of the star attractions of Abu Dhabi. This beautiful mosque will leave you utterly spellbound with its phenomenal architecture and a magnificent layout. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, which is one of the largest mosques in the world, amazes its visitors with its milky white tomb and four minarets.
8-hour tour to ancient, mountains & land terrains covered city gives an everlasting memory. Fujairah City, among the seven emirates Fujairah, do not face the Arabian Gulf and faces the Gulf of Oman. It is the last country to join the UAE federation. The fifth largest among the UAE, the country occupies nearly 116 sq KM. Unlike other emirates of UAE, mountains and land terrains cover most of the places in Fujairah. The country gets enough rainwater from the Hajar Mountains for irrigation to grow crops.
Dubai City, The continuously changing landscape of Dubai always keeps the interests of the tourists alive. The city that grows and reinvents every day draws tourists from all over the world. Dubai fascinates the tourists with both its historic locations and vibrant cosmopolitan life. It is an amazing fact to know, Dubai still preserves its oldest land Al Bastakiya dating back to 1690, while continue to inspire the world with its incredibly tall building Burj Khalifa.
Sharjah, is the third largest among the emirates touches both the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf. The state covering around 2600 sq.km has Dubai in its Southern side and Ajman on its east. UNESCO has named this country as Cultural Capital of the Arab World for its preserving Arab heritage and art in its original farm. Sharjah has been chosen to be OIC Capital of Islamic Culture for the year 2014. Ajman is the smallest among the seven emirates of UAE just covers 260 square kilometers.