⇒ Photo stop King Faisal Mosque,
⇒ Visit Central Souk which is known as gold souk or blue souk
⇒ Pass through Sharjah Corniche
⇒ visit souk al jubail
⇒ visit the old Souk Al Arsa
⇒ Visit the Islamic Art Museum of Sharjah
Sharjah is the cultural capital of UAE. Sharjah is the most historical part of the country, with lots museum, forts, heritage village, mosques, palaces and governmental buildings in Islamic style.
The King Faisal Mosque
One of the largest mosques in the country with a capacity of 16,670 worshippers.
Souq Al Jubail
It covers an area of over 400,000 square feet. The market consists of three sections: fruits &vegetables section, fish section, and meat and poultry section..
The blue souk
Famous for its traditional handicrafts, jewelry and carpets & souvenirs which has over 600 shops
Souk al arsa
Souq Al Arsah used to be a market place for traders from Persia, India and Bedouin tribes who bartered charcoal for rice. As one of popular Sharjah tourist places today, the souk is now a covered market with air-conditioned alleyways featuring solid wooden doors, beautiful coral brick walls and hanging lanterns that symbolize UAE culture
Which displays over five thousand Islamic artifacts which have been collected globally and displayed in seven thematic galleries, six of them dedicated to housing permanent exhibitions. Objects include calligraphy, carvings, ceramic art ceramics, coins, glass, manuscripts, metalwork, and scientific instruments.