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belongs to one of the seven emirates that give the shape of United Arab Emirates. There are various Tourist Attractions in Fujairah. While you go to Fujairah, you can travel in and around the beautiful places of Fujairah and its nearby towns. The transportation of the city and its natural paradise will mesmerize you with spectacular beauty and Tourist Attractions in Fujairah. Plan for travel to Fujairah and ensure a memorable holiday. The historical importance of Fujairah goes back to the period that preceded birth of the christ (peace be upon him), it was known in the old ages as land of the sea giants, and was the first home for immigrants who came from the southeast of Arabian Peninsula and who were later known as the Phoenicians. Some of those immigrants came from Yemen after the collapse of Ma'areb Dam, and of whom the Sharqis tribes descend.
If you are interested in history, then you have reasons to be in Fujairah. The glorious past of the city of UAE is portrayed in the museums. Of all the Tourist Attractions in Fujairah, the Fujairah museum is very popular and frequently visited by the travelers. This museum contains an amazing collection of several arts and artifacts dating back to 3,000 years. From the kohl pots to fishing nets, you will get to see everything on display. Fujairah Fort is another tourist attraction in the city. This fort stands in this city with several years of history. You can go exploring the Ain Al Madhab Gardens. The Heritage Village is another attraction for the tourists and another popular Tourist Attraction in Fujairah. This is an agricultural area having a museum. You can experience the ethnic lifestyle and folk traditions in this village. The Heritage Village has a theatrical hall or company. Bull Butting is one of the most popular attractions. You can also take a trip to Al Hayl Castle and Bitnah Fort which are among the greatest Tourist Attractions in Fujairah.
So, take a trip to various Tourist Attractions in Fujairah and make your vacation a memorable one. Fujairah is located along the Gulf of Oman and offers spectacular views of rugged mountains, rolling valleys and gorgeous beaches. This culturally rich city is home to some amazing archaeological sites that date back thousands of years. Tourists are not only captivated by the incredible natural beauty and tranquil environment, but the friendliness and the exuberance of the local people are equally enchanting. Fujairah has an impressive variety of hotels and resorts to offer.
Fujairah International Airport
is located 1 km (0.6 miles) from city center.
There are multiple modes of transportation that can shuttle you and your family safely around this city. Buses and taxis are the primary methods of transportation in the city but walking or riding a bike are nearly unheard of.
Traveling by bus in Fujairah is ideal for tourists as it is convenient and versatile. Traveling by bus is the cheapest mode of transportation in Fujariah and the most reliable as the bus schedules are constant and predictable.
B y Taxi
A bit more expensive than traveling by bus, traveling by taxi is also easy and readily available. Tourists generally rely on traveling by taxi to get to the city centre.
By Car Rental
Rental cars are also readily available throughout Fujairah and the neighboring emirates. Argus Car Hire is the largest rental car business in Fujairah and offers tourists a wide variety of automobiles to chose from.
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There are several tourist attractions in Fujairah. The clean beaches and the numerous water sports such as water surfing, yachting, swimming and deep sea fishing, draw tourists all round the year. Fujairah has some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving in the UAE, and there are other water sports such as yachting, swimming, water surfing and deep-sea fishing that also attract tourists throughout the year. The best time to visit Fujairah is during the autumn or spring when the temperature is still hot, but the rains are yet to arrive.
Ain Al Madhab Gardens
Ain Al Madhab Gardens are located in the foothills of Hajar Mountains, just outside the town of Fujairah. The Garden is not just mineral spa, but also includes a park area, ruins of Fujairah Fort and Heritage Village, an outdoor theatre which is used for festivals including traditional singing, and folklore dances during public holidays in Fujairah.
Built in 1670, the Fujairah Fort is the oldest fort in the UAE. Located on a hill at the edge of date gardens, it has been a defensive building, and a home for ruling family. It was badly damaged during the early 20th century. The fort is a mud brick structure with three major sections, including one square tower, several halls and two round towers. The fort was later renovated and is the only stone building along the Fujairah coast. It is surrounded by remains of few old town houses.
The Fujairah Museum is located south of the Fort, opposite Ruler’s Palace. The Museum takes back visitors to 3000 years of history, displaying wonderful artifacts found in archeological digs at Bithnah and Qidfa. Both local and foreign archeologists have discovered items that date back to Bronze Age. The Museum displays pieces of steel, brass, bronze, silver and gold, apart from carved soapstone vessels, painted pottery, age weapons, pre-Islamic silver coins, swords of various shapes and sizes, beautiful silver jewelry collection, herbs and folkloric medicine. Another unique display is the ostrich egg dating back 2200 years, used by local ancestors as a bowl.
Located along the main highway near Fujairah, the Bithna Fort was built in 1735 and was considered the most important fortress in the eastern part of UAE. The Fort overlooks the route across Hajar Mountains through Wadi Ham.
Fujairah - Al Bidyah Mosque is the local name for this Mosque, and is one of the oldest mosques in the UAE. The Mosque was named after the historical town that embraced it for centuries. It is also known as Ottoman Mosque, for the man who built it. Located in north Fujairah, the Mosque has a prayer hall with a prayer niche or Mihrab, pulpit, arches and openings. A central pillar separates the internal space into four squares of similar dimensions. The pillar supports all four domes seen from the exterior.
Fujairah can meet the needs of any tourist's shopping desires. Its vast variety of shopping from hand-crafted merchandise from merchant street markets to extensive shopping centers such as the Fujairah Night Souq ensure you will find everything you are looking for. You will also have a great time shopping as you experience the local culture of the United Arab Emirates.
A great part of shopping in Fujairah or any Emirate of the 7 in the United Arab Emirates is the bargaining. Most vendors of both produce and merchandise will negotiate prices and are known to bargain down to approximately a 70percent price reduction.
A well known street market called the Masafi Market lies on the Dubai-Fujairah Road just outside of Masafi. This market is well known for its handcrafted rugs, pottery, antiques and souvenirs. It's open daily, but is most well-known for its Friday popularity and is sometimes called the Masafi Friday Market. Here is a location where any traveler can really put his or her bargaining skills to work.
Safeer Market is a more traditional supermarket style and sells a wide range of furniture, perfumes, clothes and fine teas. Not only will you find merchant markets outside Masafi, but nearby there is also a fresh produce market similar to an American farmer's market. Most of the fresh fruit and vegetables at the produce market are grown within the United Arab Emirates.
If you’re looking for a large shopping center, the Fujairah Night Souq will fit your needs. This elaborate shopping mall has over 100 shops from more than 15 countries. Among these shops is a wide variety ranging from trendy boutiques to basic chains. At this shopping center less bargaining is possible but the large number of stores allows choices for any shopper’s budget. Fujairah Night Souq partially gets its name from the extensive hours it offers--daily until 2 a.m. A unique characteristic of the Fujairah Night Souq is the small amusement park attached that includes basic fair rides such as the ferris wheel. This is a great place that allows you to kick back and relax after a day of shopping.
Fujairah has alot attractions for kids.
Heritage Village Description
The Heritage Village in Fujairah presents the traditional way of life for residents of the Emirates. Traditional houses, cooking utensils, farming tools and the Al Yazrah irrigation system, used for irrigating fields with a working bull are displayed. Heritage Village contains the Fujairah fortress and other ancient buildings, which were used by the Ruler's family. The Department of Archeology and Heritage in Fujairah has renovated the fortress, constructed a wall of mud around the area and built a theatre that can accommodate more than 3,000 spectators. The wall is made with the same materials as the fortress.The village was created to allow visitors to take a step back in time and see how residents of the past.
Bull Butting began in Portugal between the 16th and 17th C. The Portugese who colonized the area brought the sport to the United Arab Emirates. In Fujairah, bull butting is a family event. Every Friday, local families and tourists gather at an open field to watch the bulls' battle it out. The day begins with 20 bulls and winners move on the next round. The prize for the winner is to have his value increased. After many hundreds of years in an open area the bull butting contests will take place behind a fence. Even though the bulls are tied up and handled by attendants, they sometimes take to charging spectators - especially those in red.
The Bithna Fort
It is near Fujairah on the main highway. The Bithna Fort once stood watch over the strategic route across the Hajar Mountains through Wadi Ham. Built in 1735, Bithna Fort was considered on the most important fortresses in the eastern part of the United Arab Emirates. Small parts of the wall are still standing showing the intricate decorative designs of the majlis walls.
Al Hayl Castle
It is one of the most famous castles in Fujairah. Used as the headquarters for the ruling family, this historic castle was built 250 years ago and has been used for patrolling, surveillance and to defend the area. Fujairah is also known as one of the most important archeological areas in the Arabian Gulf.
It is a village located on the edge of the Hajar Mountains near Fujairah. It was a trading post and refueling stop before the modern highways were built in the 1970s. The village is actually divided in to two parts with the larger section belonging to the emirate of Fujairah and the smaller belonging to the emirate of Ras al Khaimah. The name "Masafi" is Arabic for "pure water"; the village is well known for its natural springs. In fact Masafi is also the name of the Gulf's leading natural mineral water producer, which is located near the village. A market, called the Friday Market even thought it is open seven days a week, is found on the Dubai-Fujairah Road as you approach Masafi. The main items to bargain for are rugs, earthenware, antiques and souvenirs.
If your looking forward for a rampant nightlife then you are in the wrong city. Fujairah boasts little in the way of night clubs apart from a few in the tourist hotels. Most nightlife is based on the family. Sitting on the promenade, outside small coffee houses or slowly driving along the Khor Fahkan/Fujairah/Kalba coast road. Alcohol is mostly only available within top-quality hotels. Cheaper alternatives include the Fujairah Marine Club on the corniche and Fujairah Beach Motel, which also has a retail "hole-in-the-wall." You'll have to ask as it's hidden away a bit.
Hilton Fujairah Resort
Enjoy live belly- dancing as you look out over landscaped gardens from the sunny terrace of the Hilton Fujairah Resort. This Fujairah restaurant offers themed night buffets, Mediterranean dishes or local delicacies like hammour fish. Try popular Arabic starters of tabbouleh or vine leaves, served with fine wines.
The hotel is located right in the heart of Fujairah, in close vicinity to the commercial and shopping areas. All day dining restaurant is themed as an eatery on a tropical island. The interior of the Vista Cafe has a tasteful blend of rattan and wood complimented with floral print fabrics and art works from tropical life. The restaurant offers a sweeping view of the Fujairah landscape. The Vista Cafe features state- of - the art buffet for gourmands featuring fresh salads on ice, International cuisine in heated food servers and a variety of desserts to compliment the delectable meal. The Vista Cafe also features a La carte menu for gourmets, featuring a tour de cuisine around the globe. It is Popular for its live music.
The nicest place in town for a drink or a sheesha is Mediterranean-style Fez Bar, but unfortunately its lovely alfresco terraces overlook the busy road. While there's no traffic noise inside, you'll be battling it out with a large-screen TV or bad Filipino band. The bar menu spans mezze to fish and chips.
Dana Plaza Cinemas
It is in the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Rd, showing Hollywood blockbusters and Bollywood movies. Alot of youth come and enjoy the movies.
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