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Ajman

Ajman
The diminutive Ajman may be petite, but it has a big personality and a bevy of scenic spots to enjoy, whether you prefer white sandy beaches or modern shopping malls. It's the smallest out of the seven emirates of the UAE, located along the Persian Gulf.
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Ajman Tourist Information

Like the other emirates, Ajman has boomed in recent years, going from a sleepy coastal village to a cosmopolitan paradise. Ajman tourist information lists attractions such as Ajman City Centre mall and the Emirates City residential neighbourhood. Yet one of the best reasons to visit Ajman has been there all along: its impossibly picturesque beach and bright Corniche walkway. Restaurants in Ajman along the Corniche are an excellent area to have a casual meal, with affordable prices and fresh seafood. Pay a visit to the Ajman Fish Market, where you can see the fishermen peddle the catch of the day to the city's restaurateurs.

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Things to do in Ajman

Beyond the lure of the Corniche and its white sandy beaches, there are a host of other things to do in Ajman. The Ajman Museum is a must-see for anyone interested in learning more about the area's history. Housed in an 18th century fort, the museum then served as a residence for the rulers of Ajman until 1970. The City Centre of Ajman is paradise for shopaholics, boasting hundreds of international and luxury brands. The Fathima Shopping Centre is also filled to the brim with tempting shops. In addition to modern shopping malls, try your hand at haggling at the Iranian Souk in the city centre. Ajman also possesses two small inland enclaves outside of the city, including Manama and Masfout. Masfout is located 110km to the city's southeast.The UAE Desert Challenge is an exciting event that takes place throughout the country. This desert car, truck and motorcycle rally gets the adrenaline pumping out in the sand

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Ajman Transport

With a location right in the middle of the Emirates, there are many ways to access Ajman. It's only 10km away from Dubai, making Dubai International Airport the most convenient gateway for many international visitors. Sharjah's airport is also nearby, and both airports are easily accessible by taxi. Look for shared taxis that wait for four passengers before departing if you want to pay a low fee. Guided tour buses are a pleasant way to see the sights of Ajman, particularly as many are air-conditioned.