Ajman is the smallest of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates and is centrally located on the western coast of the UAE.
Ajman City is the coastal capital of the small emirate. More than 90% of the population lives there.
Situated between the emirates of Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain, Ajman has a beautiful 16 kilometre long beach along the Gulf coast. The port is located along a natural creek which penetrates the city.
Strolling along Ajman’s corniche is a popular leisure activity.
The enclave of Masfout situated at a distance of 110 km at the south east, is a dream for every hiker. Manama, the second enclave, is known for its pleasant scenery.
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Al Zorah Development
Al Zorah is a premier development in Ajman and a refined coastal destination with a rich existing ecosystem. The goal is to create a bustling seaside community, a nurturing place to live, work, and play.
The development will include world-class hotels and resorts, residences, commercial space, leisure facilities and an 18-hole golf course set in a natural environment of sandy areas and mangroves.
Five distinct neighborhoods with carefully defined characters, connected via lush parks, active public spaces, and shaded paths and promenades, result in a sustainable and cohesive environment.
Solidere International has masterfully crafted Al Zorah to provide its residents a planned, integrated, and human-scale built environment; its community a true sense of belonging and a balanced lifestyle in a calm and secure environment; and its visitors and tourists a holistic and memorable experience.
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Getting here from the other emirates
From Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain or Ras Al Khaimah take the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road E311. From Fujairah you can take the Al Dhaid – Masafi Road E88 and you will pass one of the most beautiful landscapes of the UAE.
Of course you can get to Ajman by taxi. If you are travelling from elsewhere in the emirates, it is advisable to book in advance, as not all cab drivers will be willing to drive that far.
Kindly note that taxis will stop only in safe areas, if you flag it down on the street.
By Public Bus
There are several inter-emirate and intercity buses provided by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), which go to Ajman. NOL cards or paper tickets are required (passengers must check with the ticket vending office).
Please click on the below link to check the bus routes, timetables, fares and frequency of service: