LONG STAY WITH ECONOMIC AND HOMELY
Apartment, Private room - Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
High lights- 12 km away from Dubai international Airport.Good for single/couple/families. This property 3 bed room apartment with 3 wide balcony open to sea view. one room maximum 2 or 3 persons, if more need to book another room.Internship students special offers. Cooking facility, dining room. 3 km away 2 beaches, 200 m circle more than 13 restaurants,coffee shops & 5 shopping malls
I welcome you to UAE and to my property. Enjoy your holidays with relax and safe.
Hi friends, this property has a master bed room 4.2 m X 5 m size. Also there is a separate toilet, balcony open to sea view.
I welcome you to UAE and to my property
Dining room, bed room, attached balcony, separate toilet.
Interaction with Guests
If you required Taxi booking, Desert safari, mountain safari, city site seeing bus tour, boat safari, cruise booking i can assist. I can do shopping assistance. Any kind of personal or professional advise for spending time in Emirates.
Whether you are planning your trip or already unpacking you can spend the perfect family holiday in Sharjah Emirate. From an all action and fun-filled holiday, a cultural discovery with magnificent museums, loosing oneself in heritage areas and old souks, or a relaxing break away from it all with nature, beach, sea and sun - there is something for everyone.
To help you discover this wonderful emirate Sharjah has numerous tour operators offering exciting desert and mountain safaris, as well as city tours and shopping stops. Organised tours run daily and usually depart from set pick up points, such as the main hotels. Longer trips can be arranged including overnight camping, as well as special interest packages for fishing, diving, golf and archaeology. Camel riding, canoe trips, sand boarding, sand skiing, dune buggy driving, visits to theme and water parks and excursions to other Emirates are also all on offer. Entertainment for the young is available in Sharjah malls, children’s centres and museums. With so many different indoor and outdoor activities available, this family destination is a perfect choice at any time of the year.
The east coast has impressively steep mountains and beautiful bays, lined with golden sandy beaches and crystal clear waters and is a perfect break away from it all during your visit to theEmirate.
Sharjah also boasts attractive green parks where anyone can enjoy a stroll and escape from the busy city. Sports lovers will be spoilt for choice with just about every activity available.
Shopping in Sharjah is a unique experience, which distinguishes this Emirate from others. Sharjah also hosts the most exciting family events covering entertainment, sports and heritage.
What you Can see near home
Al Nahda: A fast expanding, busy and dynamic neighbourhood with Al Taawun Mall, Ansar Mall, Safeer Mall and Sahara Centre.
Al Qasba: A classy cluster of buildings on either side of Al Qasba Canal. With a vibrant atmosphere and landmark Eye of the Emirates observatory wheel, the scenic walkways combine shopping with trendy restaurants and cafés, open air terraces and exciting recreational facilities and cultural events all year round.
Al Wahda Road: The gateway to Sharjah and the longest shopping street is well-known for its department stores, men’s and ladies fashion, sports apparel, electrical goods, car showrooms, large furniture centres, popular restaurants and fast food outlets, and last but not least the renowned Sharjah City Centre Mall, a destination in itself.
Jamal Abdul Nasser Street: Parallel to Al Wahda Road and bordered by the refreshing expanse of greenery of Al Majaz Park, this busy residential street has restaurants, bakeries, hairdressing salons, shops selling mobile phones and musical instruments, photographic studios, grocery shops, small boutiques and supermarkets.
Along the Sharjah Creek: Follow the creek and explore a more traditional and very interesting area with the historical bazaars of Souk Al Arsah and Souk Al Bahar, banks, money exchangers, textile outlets and shops selling local perfume, crafts, traditional dresses, scarves and much more. Side shops offer custom-made floor cushions with many other small retailers that are worth discovering.
King Faisal Road: Joining Al Wahda Road and leading directly to the Central Souk this area brings together banks, restaurants, fast food chains, outlet stores, furniture and household showrooms, computer and stationery suppliers.
Al Qassimi/University City Road (Al Yarmook and Al Ghubaiba areas): These streets are lined with furniture showrooms, household items and children’s clothes shops, as well as restaurants and fast food outlets. Mobile phone shops are spread around Al Estiqlal Square (also called Al Qassimi Roundabout). Nearby in Abu Shagara, Sharjah Mega Mall provides exciting shopping especially for fashion lovers with plenty of entertainment for families.
Al Arouba Road: An interesting and diverse area to visit with the Rolla Gold Centre, Rolla Mall, Lulu Centre, Atlas Mall and a variety of shops selling reasonably priced household appliances and electrical goods. The Rolla bazaar offers an impressive textile selection, clothes, Indian saris, bags and suitcases, general hardware items and gardening equipment.
Al Buheirah Corniche: A panoramic and picturesque waterfront famous for its water fountain, cafés and coffee shops, the ever popular Central Souk, Al Fardan Centre, sports outlets and shops, entertainment centres and cinemas.
Al Majaz Waterfront
With an amazing lagoon-side setting, wonderful indoor and outdoor play areas for children of all ages, and easy parking – it is no wonder that this new development is fast becoming a favourite hangout. Cafes include Il Café Di Roma, Tim Hortons, Caribou Coffee, Cold Stone Creamery and Maras Turka Ice Cream.
Eye of the Emirates
The Eye of the Emirates is among the most prominent and outstanding features of Al Qasba. The Eye of the Emirates observatory wheel stands 60-metres high with 42 fully air-conditioned gondolas offering stunning panoramic views of Sharjah and Dubai.
Al Jazeera Fun Park
Built on a 100,000 square metre island in the lagoon nestles Al Jazeera Fun Park , one of Sharjah’s best loved treasures and a tranquil oasis away from the bustle of the city. For almost three decades this Park has entranced generations of youngsters who now bring their own children to experience its magic. A log ride speeding down into a pool with a big splash is a firm favourite along with a swimming pool, mini zoo and an amusement park with rides to suit all ages.
There are cars, boats, and a train that take visitors on a tour around the park allowing for you to plan your outing. With so much to choose from more than one visit is a must. And if you simply want to savour the peace and quiet of nature, take a stroll around the tree-lined walkways overlooking the lagoon or have a relaxing picnic on the well-kept lawns. A range of refreshments and souvenirs are available, and there is a mosque.
Sharjah National Park
This is Sharjah's biggest park covering 630,000 square metres and is located at Intersection No. 5, Sharjah/Al Dhaid Road. This park opens weekday afternoons from 2 pm - 6 pm and all day at the weekends and on public holidays from 10 am - 7 pm.
Green Belt Park
Green Belt Park (for ladies only) lies in the northeast part of the city of Sharjah, close to the Al Thaqafa (Cultural) Roundabout. The park also includes water fountains and an open theatre with four main gates.
Al Majaz Park
Al Majaz Park is one of the modern public gardens in the city and is close to the Khaled Lagoon. It has a central area for holding ceremonies and is a very popular place with plenty of child friendly facilities.
The city beaches on the Arabian Gulf coast offer safe, white, sandy palm lined beaches with clear blue seas and gently shelving shores. The public beaches below offer free access, but have limited facilities. The most popular beaches for sunbathing are Al Khan Beach and Al Mamzar. The Corniche Beach is packed over the weekends and is not really suitable for sunbathers. The east coast has beautiful bays lined with sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Famous for its water sports, snorkelling, diving and relaxing, this coast creates the ideal break for a weekend, either camping on the beach or staying in the motels and hotels that line the coast.
The sun can be strong, so hats, sun cream and UV protection suits are a must at any time of the year. Dress restrictions do apply on the Sharjah beaches and ladies should be suitably attired.
Al Khan Lagoon to Al Mamzar Lagoon
This developing area between Sharjah and Dubai has no boat or jet ski restrictions so it is a popular place for motorised water sports enthusiasts but areas are roped off for swimmers only. The sea is generally clean and refreshing and it is a pleasant location close to the city. Mornings tend to be quiet and relaxing and afternoons noisy and active.
Al Khan Beach
Al Khan Beach stretches out from the old village in Al Khan to Al Layyeh power station and it is one of the safest beaches in the UAE. This beach is very popular with the tourists and during the weekends and holidays.
Al Corniche Beach
Palm trees surround the sandy beach, stretching out from Sharjah Ladies Club along the coast to Coral Beach Resort.
Khor Fakkan Beaches
The Oceanic Hotel & Resort beach is an appropriate destination in the city where you can enjoy your time and practice marine and water sports. The hotel charges for using their private beach. You can have a pleasant and delightful time swimming or barbecuing along the coast where many rocky outcrops are found. There are also charming sandy beaches and areas allocated for camping.
Khaled Lagoon & Al Buheirah Corniche
The Khaled Lagoon is a large expanse of water with a beautiful fountain at its centre. The lagoon is fenced off with green lawns and palm trees landscaping this magnificent tourist destination.
Al Buheirah Corniche that circumvents the lagoon is one of the most densely populated areas in Sharjah. Visitors enjoy walking here, around the lagoon, passing Al Jazeera Park and the Central Souk. The walking tour takes about an hour and covers a distance of 6 ½ kilometres.
There are a large number of restaurants around the lagoon and several coffee shops and cafés.
The Sharjah Corniche stretches from Al Buheirah Corniche to Ajman Beach, passing by the fish market. It is a destination for walkers covering a considerable distance and following the creek and then the coast.
The ever-shifting sands found inland from all the major coastal settlements create an endless variety of landscapes, colours and vegetation. The beautiful desert ofSharjah attracts visitors, who are impressed by the vastness and charm of the desert and there is nothing compared to making a trip to the desert to watch the sunset.
Desert driving is an art in its own right. There is plenty of sand to practice on within 15 minutes of the city, but please keep to the tracks. Tour operators will arrange desert safaris including sand skiing and even courses in sand driving. 4-wheel drive vehicles can be hired from most rental companies but make sure you have some experience before venturing into the unknown, and always go with at least one other vehicle.
Perhaps the closest you will get to experience the real Arabia is to take a drive out of the city and into the sands. The impressive hilly outcrop of Fossil Rock is surrounded by rolling red sand dunes and lies not far from Al Dhaid. This is a popular area for dune driving, quad biking (available for hire), fossil hunting and camping.
These noisy but ‘fun on four’ wheel bikes can be hired in the vicinity of Fossil Rock (S116 Meliha Road going toward Kalba – turn right at the Mahafeez roundabout with the mast, turn left after about 5 kilometres and continue along this road until you see the quad bike area on your left). The area is fenced off with sections to suit various ages. Helmets are provided.
The impressive Al Hajar Mountain range offers spectacular drives amid high and rugged scenery. Explore the popular Wadi Bih trip from Dibba up into the Mussandam Peninsula (take your passport and driver’s licence), criss-cross the mountains between Manama, Masafi and the east coast, visit the famous Hatta Pools with its deep strangely shaped canyons or go further south where green and water filled wadis can be found within a half-day trip from Al Ain.
Wadi: The Arabic name for a valley, usually with a dry river bed. In times of heavy rainfall, a wadi is not the place to be as floods do occur. Water builds up in the mountains and is released in a wall of water, which gushes down the valley taking boulders, palm trees and even vehicles with it.
24 hr taxi available. Every 5 min bus going & coming to Dubai union Metro bus station / Deira citi centre metro station / Burdubai Metro station. Bus stop 150 meter away from my home and Main Bus station 1.2 km away from home. 30 meter away Boat available for tour in Khalid Lagoon. 2 km away Sharjah beach, 3.5 km away Ajman beach. 4.5 km Away Dubai Mamzar beach and Park.
|Space offered||Private room|
|Bed type||Real bed|
- Air conditioning
- Cot available
- Washing machine