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Sharjah - pros and cons


Page update - Sep 26, 2022

Sharjah Emirate is a popular tourist destination, the third in the UAE after Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The main reason is low prices for tours and hotel accommodation, low daily expenses. But vacation in Sharjah has some disadvantages. Do the low prices justify these disadvantages? Let's try to answer this question in the first part of this review, and in the second part we will talk in detail about the Emirate of Sharjah.

At the time of the last update of this page (September 2022), the Emirate of Sharjah receives tourists through its own airport. All the hotels welcome guests. All the beaches, malls, and entertainment venues are operational. The only significant limitation is the covid-safety rules as face masks are still necessary indoods.

Geography and Population

Sharjah is the third largest by territory and the third most populated emirate in the UAE. The area is 1,000 square miles (2,590 square kilometers), which is comparable to the area of Luxembourg or Hong Kong.

The population is estimated at 1.785 million people (estimated figure in 2022). Of these, 175,432 are UAE citizens, the rest of the population are guest workers from India, Pakistan and other countries. Indians are the most numerous. About the population of the country, read our interesting review "Who lives in the UAE".

The official language of Sharjah (as well as of all the Arab Emirates) is Arabic (MSA). Almost all residents speak English. Visiting workers communicate with each other in Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam and other languages. Read about the languages in our detailed review "Which languages are spoken in the UAE".

The official religion is Islam. Sharjah is the most religious and strict emirate in the United Arab Emirates. For example, the sale of alcohol is forbidden. We will talk about the restrictions and limitations in detail later on this page.

Sharjah is bordered by Dubai to the south-west and Ajman to the north-east. There is only one large town in Sharjah, also called Sharjah, besides it there are several villages and oases. Almost the entire population of the emirate lives in the capital.

In addition to its main area, Sharjah has three exclaves to the east on the Gulf of Oman (Indian Ocean) - Kalba, Dibba al Hisn, and Khor Fakkan. In the Persian Gulf, Sharjah owns the island of Sir Abu Nu'Ayr. Another island, Abu Musa, is disputed territory between Sharjah and Iran, now controlled by the Iranians. The largest oasis is Dhaid, where fruits and vegetables are grown.

The Emir of Sharjah, HH Dr. Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi has been ruling the emirate since 1972. He is 82 years old and does not plan to retire. The ruling family comes from the Al Qasimi family, which in the 18th century became the leaders of Arab pirates and controlled almost the entire Persian Gulf. Another member of the Al Qasimi dynasty rules the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah.



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Laws of Sharjah

Sharjah is the emirate with the strictest laws. Sharjah law is the closest to Shariah law among all the seven emirates. We will discuss this important subject for tourists in detail.

There are many online forums discussing the question, "What can and can't tourists do in Sharjah?" For a proper understanding of local laws, let's expand the system of concepts.

Action can be:

a. Completely legal.

b. Prohibited and punishable.

c. Officially forbidden by law, but no one will punish for it for sure.

d. Officially forbidden by law, but the police do not pay much attention.

That is, if some action is forbidden by law then you can do it, but be careful. You should learn the probable consequences. And the consequences vary according to the place. For example, if you don't follow the dress-code, it will be no problem on the street or at cafes, but you will not be allowed at museums or restaurants. Let's discuss the specific situations.

Alcohol in the Emirate of Sharjah

Alcohol is officially banned, despite the amendments of November 8, 2020. Even hotel bars do not sell alcoholic beverages. You can buy alcohol only in Duty Free of Sharjah Airport. You can go to the Emirate of Ajman nearby where there are large liquor stores.

Alcohol is sold illegally. In the photo near (click on the photo to enlarge to full screen) is a liquor seller arrested in Khor Fakkan town in Sharjah Emirate. Usually, bootleggers in Sharjah are sentenced to capital punishment or a huge prison sentence, but then the sentence is soften. Tourists rarely encounter illegal sellers as bootleggers prefer to work in industrial zones, selling liquor to Indian workers.

You can drink alcohol only at home or in a hotel room. The police do not make raids on houses and hotels. It is better to wait until the smell of alcohol disappears, and then go out. You can read more in our detailed review "Liquor in the UAE".

It used to be possible to get a liquor license in Sharjah, though it wasn't easy. The photo near is an example of a license. But on November 8, 2020, the licenses were abolished by federal law. And now the legal situation in Sharjah is complicated.

Either no one is allowed to own or consume alcohol there at all. Or now everyone can. Not much time has passed since the amendments and it is hard to say anything definite yet. To be on the safe side, we urge alcohol lovers to choose a different emirate.

The police do not search tourists and do not make raids on hotels. Tourists buy alcohol in Duty Free, bring it to the hotel and drink it. No one punishes them for that.

Some hotels are even loyal to drunk tourists, allowing them to freely walk around the hotel territory. Some hotels politely ask such a guest to leave and experience all the joys of alcoholic intoxication exclusively in his room.

Going out outside the hotel while drunk and drinking alcohol in a public place is a criminal offense in all seven emirates of the UAE, no exception. The penalty is up to 6 months imprisonment and/or a fine of up to 2,000 dirhams (AED). For the current dirham exchange rate, see our review "What money is in the UAE".

Sexual contacts out of wedlock (fornication)

Before amendments of November 8, 2020, sexual relations out of wedlock (between unmarried persons) were illegal and punishable by imprisonment in all the United Arab Emirates. Even living in the same apartment as an unmarried couple was illegal. Once upon a time, unmarried couples were not even allowed in the same hotel room. But those days are over.

Of course, the police did not make raids to catch violators of this law. There were no penalties for cohabitation at all, and the cases of penalties for sex out of wedlock were rare. The November 8, 2020, amendments abolished liability.

But adultery is still punishable but now it is not completely clear what level of punishment is. However, there is one interesting "post-amendment" court case in Sharjah. The court recently ruled in the case of a man (30 years old, name wasn't published) who caught his wife with her lover. The man had installed a listening device in his wife's car seat. Next, he caught her and her lover in the car, beat them both, and called the police. Police arrested all three.

A Sharjah secular court approved the couple's divorce. The unfaithful wife and her lover were sentenced to a fine of 3,000 dirhams each. Next up for the couple is another Sharia court ruling, but that is a family matter.

A clear conclusion can be made from this case. The laws in Sharjah have clearly become more liberal. Unmarried couples in Sharjah now have nothing to fear since even the unfaithful wife got away with just a fine.



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Public displays of affection between a man and a woman

Hugging, kissing, any actions of a sexual nature are forbidden by law. For such actions, the police can detain and issue a fine. This includes legal spouses.

Dress-code in public places

For women. Clothing must cover the stomach, back, shoulders, and knees. Clothing must be completely light-tight and not tight around the figure. It is unacceptable if underwear is visible.

For men. Clothing must cover the stomach, back, shoulders, and knees. It is categorically forbidden to walk around with a bare torso. It is unacceptable if underwear is visible.

In practice, tourists walk around the malls in shorts, short skirts, T-shirts. The police have no right to fine for violations of the dress code. The police officer may detain the offender, explain the rules, and ask to change clothes. If the offender ignores this warning, the police officer has the right to take him to the station.

Nowadays they don't even give warnings to anyone. However, Criminal Code article 358 "Public indecency" is still in force. Now the situation can be described by the proverb "the severity of the law is compensated by the lack of obligation to obey it".

If you plan to visit some place of high culture such as museums, restaurants, mosques then you need to dress correctly. Otherwise, you will not be let in.

Dress code on a beach

The most common question asked by tourists, "Is it allowed to be on a beach in the usual open swimsuit?" The answer is, "It is forbidden by law, but not punishable in fact".

Female tourists sunbathe and swim in bikinis on Sharjah beaches in hotels, some even sunbathe topless. The police do not raid the hotels, the staff is loyal.

On public beaches, female tourists also walk around in open swimsuits. On some beaches, no one draws attention to this. On some beaches, a guard or a policeman will come and ask to change into an approved bathing suit. It's not nice, but fines are not issued. Now the cases of such warnings are very-very rare.

Read about other bans for tourists in our review "What tourists should not do in the UAE".

Advantages of Sharjah

The main and only significant advantage is the low prices.

A seven-day tour for two people can be bought for USD 1,000. And it will be a 4-star hotel on the 1st line with its own beach! Such price is possible in Dubai, but for a 2-3 stars hotel and you will have to take a bus or cab to a beach.

The photo near (click on the photo to enlarge) shows Radisson Blu Resort, a 5 star hotel with its own beach. The price of the tour for 7 days for two people is USD 1,300-1,400. You will not find such a price/quality ratio in Dubai.

The second advantage is its own major airport. Sharjah International Airport (code: SHJ) is located within the city limits 8 miles (13 kilometers) south-east of the city center, which is very convenient for tourists. It takes tourists only 20-30 minutes from the airport to the hotel. Read our review "How to get from Sharjah Airport to the city".

The third advantage is relevant if you like museums. There are an insane number of museums in Sharjah, you can't visit them all on your vacation.

Al Mahatta Museum, Archaeological Museum, Art Museum, Al Esla Museum, Bait Al Nabood Museum, Majlis Al Midfa Museum, Bait Sheikh Saeed Bin Hamid Al Qasimi Museum, Calligraphy Museum, Heritage Museum, Maritime Museum, Islamic Civilization Museum, Science Museum, Fort Sharjah Al Hisn, Classic Car Museum, Aquarium, Center for Research.

If you don't like museums, there's not much to do in Sharjah.

The advantages end, the long list of disadvantages begins.



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Disadvantages of Sharjah

The first disadvantage is the dress code. Agree, it is unpleasant to be reprimanded by the police or receive disapproving looks from the locals. After all, we go for the positive emotions, not for the negative.

The problem of the dress code on the beaches is solved simply - buy a tour to a hotel with its own beach. If you find yourself in a hotel without its own beach, it is advised not to go to the public beach and find a nearby hotel with its own beach and sunbath there, but you will have to pay 10-20 dirhams.

The second disadvantage is the lack of alcohol.

The third disadvantage is the poor transport accessibility of Dubai. There is not much to see in Sharjah, except for the museums. Tourists want to see the sights of the Emirate of Dubai: the Dubai Mall, the Dubai Fountain, the Burj Khalifa.

Sharjah borders Dubai, and it seems to tourists that it is cheap and fast to get there. In practice, it's not that easy and cheap.

The easiest way is by cab, a ride from the hotel in Sharjah to the nearest Dubai Metro station will cost from 40 dirhams, that is, each trip to Dubai will cost 80 dirhams by cab only (round trip). The high price comes from the fact that there is an additional fee for crossing the border of the emirates - 20 dirhams. Read our review "Taxis in the UAE" for details.

Great luck if the hotel arranges for its guests a bus trip to Dubai, it's a significant savings. Read our review "How to get from Sharjah to Dubai and back".

Hotels in Sharjah

There are about 70 full service hotels and about 100 guest houses in Sharjah. Most of the hotels are 3 and 4 star, and 5 star hotels only 6. The most luxurious are Royal Tulip, Radisson Blu, Sheraton and Hilton.

A room at the Sheraton Sharjah Beach hotel can be booked for only USD 150 (the middle figure, the price can vary depending on the season), which perfectly illustrates the cheapness of vacation in Sharjah.

At the time of the last update of this page (September 2022) only 7 hotels provide All Inclusive accommodation, of course without alcohol. Read our review "All Inclusive in the United Arab Emirates" about the features of the All Inclusive in the UAE.

Sharjah - the cultural capital of the UAE

Sharjah is considered the cultural capital of the country. In 2014 it was even the cultural capital of the entire Islamic world. This title is awarded by ISESCO (Islamic Scientific and Cultural Organization). The memorial column commemorating this important event can now be seen in front of the University of Sharjah.

What is the cultural capital? Firstly, the stricter and closer to Shariah laws that we have mentioned above.

The architecture in the city is more classical Arabic. There are more old style houses and less modern buildings. In this, Sharjah is in stark contrast to Dubai. There are more than 700 mosques, which for such a small area can be considered a record figure.

Every year there are several important cultural events in Sharjah. The most famous is the International Book Fair with publishers, writers, booksellers and bibliophiles from all over the world. The fair has been held since 1982.

The authorities of the emirate sponsor many cultural projects: the construction of new museums (16 large museums are not enough for them), cooperation with other countries in the field of culture, educational centers, satellite TV channels and much more.

History of the Emirate of Sharjah

Political life in the United Arab Emirates is very dull. Rulers and officials change only with the death of some of them. But not in Sharjah, it is the most historically rich emirate.

People appeared on these lands presumably 120,000 years ago. Archaeologists find stone tools in the locations of Al Dhaid, Al Madam, Al Fayha.

The Mleiha area is located 30 miles (50 kilometers) east of the city of Sharjah. Archaeologists have found there the tombs of the Umm Al-Nar culture which prospered on the territory of the modern UAE during the period 3-2 thousand years BC. The large tomb was found by an expedition of local archaeologists in 1988 in the garden of date palms (on the photo near, click on the photo to enlarge to full screen).

The tomb was almost a record in size - 45 feet 5 inches (13.85 meters) in diameter. In the UAE, there is only one Umm Al-Nar tomb even larger, located in the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, the diameter of 45 feet 11 inches (14 meters). Eight burial chambers were found inside with the floors paved with stone blocks.

It was probably the family tomb of either very wealthy settlement inhabitants or royal family members. Skeletons and artifacts such as stained pottery, stone vessels, jewelry, metal knives and spear-heads were found inside.

By the 1st millennium BC, the Umm al-Nar culture had faded away probably because of the climate spoilage. The entire region remained nearly deserted with only nomads fed themselves on fishing and camel farming.

After the establishment of the Arab Caliphate, settlements appeared on the lands of the modern UAE, which served as trading ports. Sharjah has historically been the richest city in the region. In the 17th-19th centuries, pearls were obtained from the Persian Gulf, and the local Arab population grew rich through pearl diving, trade, piracy, and slave trade.

Around 1727, the Al Qasimi clan seized power in Sharjah and declared independence. Gradually, Al Qasimi took control of almost the entire region as they had the largest navy. They soon encountered another challenger for supremacy in Persian Gulf waters - the British fleet.

From 1797 onward, there were constant skirmishes between the Arab and the British fleets. In 1808, the British sent a military expedition to fight the Al Qasimi fleet. The battle of Ras Al Khaimah took place, in which most of the Arab fleet was destroyed, reflecting the technical superiority of the British.

New threats came to the Gulf Arabs is to fall under the rule of the Ottoman Empire or Persians. Like the other emirates, on January 8, 1820, Emir Sheikh Sultan bin Sakr Al Qasimi entered into a treaty of protectorate with Great Britain. He saved his crown but became totally dependent on the British. The slave trade and piracy had to be abandoned.

Since all emirates had such a treaty, the coast of the modern UAE became known as the "Trucial Coast". The economy of Sharjah was based on fishing, pearls diving, and trading.

English sailors, who visited Sharjah in 1830, left records about the pearl diving brought the Emir around 3 tonnes of silver per season - an astronomical income at the time, with 300 or 400 boats and divers heading out to sea. Pearl fishing is still a common theme in the UAE, remember of the famous waterfall at the Dubai Mall or the Yas WaterWorld.

In 1932 Sharjah was the first emirate to have an airport. Imperial Airways set up the airport as an overnight stopover for pilots and passengers on route to India. Al Mahatta Fort was converted into a hotel.

On the 2nd December 1971 Sharjah, along with five other emirates, became the State of the UAE. The seventh emirate, Ras Al Khaimah, joined the UAE in 1972.

In 1965, Sheikh Khalid staged a coup and seized the throne. He ordered the destruction of Sharjah Fort in order to destroy the legacy of the deposed Sheikh Saqr. However, the forces of the deposed Sheikh Saqr returned on January 24, 1972, surrounded the palace and in the confusion Khalid was killed. Because of this murder, Saqr was arrested by his brother, Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi. This is how Sheikh Sultan ended up on the throne and reigns to this day.

In 1987 Sheikh Abdulaziz, Sheikh Sultan's brother, staged a coup while Sultan Al Qasimi himself was abroad. Abdulaziz's reason for removing the current emir from power was the emirate's large foreign debt. President Sheikh Zayed strongly condemned the coup. The parties agreed that Sultan Al Qasimi remained in power and Abdulaziz became his deputy.

What Sharjah residents do now - the emirate's economy

Sharjah doesn't have oil or natural gas reserves. The emirate produces all its wealth by itself, not taken from the land.

Sharjah's economy does not have any bright strong points. You could say that Sharjah is even "parasitizing" on the neighboring Dubai. A lot of people work in Dubai, but live in Sharjah, where the rents are cheaper. Lots of companies are relocating from Dubai to Sharjah, as it is cheaper to rent offices, warehouses and production units.

Sharjah has two Special Economic Zones. The first, the SAIF Zone, is located at Sharjah International Airport. It has about 2,500 companies of different sectors registered.

The second is the Hamriyah Free Zone. Companies registered there are allowed 100% foreign ownership, the full repatriation of profits and capital, no taxes and duties. This zone is located in the seaport, most companies in Hamriyah Free Zone engaged in international trade.

Transport

Sharjah International Airport (code: SHJ) receives 12 million passengers a year (it was before the pandemic). The airport is the base of the low-cost airline Air Arabia. It is their low-cost flights that cause cheap prices of tours to Sharjah. Sharjah Airport is the third largest airport in the Middle East in terms of cargo traffic - 600,000 tons of cargo annually.

The public transport system in the emirate is very poorly developed. Buses were not introduced until 2008, when the first 11 buses started to take passengers from the airport into the city.

As of the last update of this page (2022), only 15 bus routes run within the city. Another 20 routes link Sharjah with other emirates and cities.

Cabs were, are and will be for a long time the main way of transport for tourists and residents in Sharjah.

Tourism development

Tourism in Sharjah is booming, but with its own features. Strict laws and the status of the cultural capital attract tourists from Islamic countries.

The Investment and Development Authority is in charge of tourism projects. The Authority's task is to, quote, "oversee Sharjah's social, cultural, environmental and economic development in line with its Islamic identity". The authorities have initiated several projects to boost tourism.

The weather and beach season in Sharjah are the same as in other emirates, for details see our detailed review "Beach Season and Weather in the UAE".

What to see and where to go

Museum of Islamic Civilization

This museum is considered one of the main attractions in Sharjah. It displays a number of scientific and religious manuscripts as well as a collection of Islamic art and crafts dating from the 7th to the 19th centuries.

Glassware, ceramics, handmade metal items inlaid with silver, gold and brass are noteworthy exhibits. There is a very interesting collection of astrolabes. A separate curious collection includes items of Mongolian and Ottoman craftsmen.

The museum has items from the Abbasid and Umayyad eras, including a collection of silver dinar and dirham coins. The museum will appeal to women with its rich collection of jewelry from different eras. Men will enjoy the collection of weapons: chain mail, armor, sabers, knives, pistols and rifles from the era of the Arab Caliphate to the present day.

Tickets price: 10 dirhams for adults, 5 dirhams for children.

Opening hours: 8 am - 8 pm on all days except Fridays 4 pm - 8 pm.

For more details please visit our page "Museum of Islamic Civilization".

Al Qasba

It is an entertainment park with musical fountains, children's attractions, promenade, many cafes and restaurants, including traditional Arabic cuisine.

Al Qasba Park has become one of Sharjah's landmarks with its 200 feet (60 meters) high ferris wheel, known as the "Eye Of The Emirates". From the high you can see the whole city, a range of 20 miles (32 kilometers). Stock up on binoculars.

The ferris wheel ticket price: 30 dirhams for adults, 15 dirhams for children.

Al Majaz park and promenade

Located just east of Al Qasba. The waterfront is most famous for its beautiful dancing fountains with interesting programs.

See more in our detailed review "Sharjah's Dancing Fountains".

Bazaars (Souq Areas)

You will find yourself in the atmosphere of a real Oriental bazaar there. The products are bought by the locals themselves at these markets, and it is by no means a tourist attraction.

The most famous are the Fish Souks, where you can see all the richness of the waters of the Persian Gulf, and the Fruit and Vegetable Souk, where they sell delicious dates and many other interesting things to bring home from the UAE. Read our detailed review "TOP best gifts from Sharjah and the UAE".

Al Noor Mosque

The only mosque in Sharjah open to non-Muslims.

Non-Muslims may visit the mosque during a guided tour held at 10 am. The tour includes a presentation on the history, culture and traditions of Islam and the United Arab Emirates.

The mosque itself is a modern structure (built in 2005). It is designed in the classic Ottoman style, with slender, tall, pointed minarets, a wide central dome and many smaller domes characteristic of Ottoman mosque architecture.

See all the details in our review "Al Noor Mosque in Sharjah".

What else to see

In addition to these attractions, Sharjah has many museums, several beautiful parks, including the Al Noor Park, which is a "house of butterflies," there are about 500 species of these insects. You can take a tour of the Indian Ocean in the village of Kalba, where you can see a real fishing village, mangroves, and watch birds.

Shopping is convenient at the local malls. The largest of them is the Mega Mall with 800,000 square feet (75,000 square meters). Despite the loud name, it is not so big, Dubai Mall is 10 times bigger. Other malls are Ansar Mall, Central Market (Blue Souk), Safeer Mall, Al Taawun Mall, Sahara Center and Sharjah City Centre.

Good to know

- If you are going to the beach during your vacation in Sharjah, it is better to choose the best one beforehand. Read our in-depth review of "The Best Beaches in Sharjah";

- It is very expensive to travel by public bus in Sharjah - 7 dirhams per trip. It's only beneficial if you're traveling alone. Read about buses features in our review "Buses in the UAE";

- The rules of dress code and behavior are particularly strict during the holy month of Ramadan. There are also the same fasting restrictions for non-Muslim tourists as there are for Muslims. Read more in our detailed review "Ramadan in the UAE".

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