Here you’ll find the latest facts, experiences and ideas for an incredible adventure in Sharjah.
From staycation deals to jaw-dropping mall offers and promotions, Family and Lifestyle blogger Behnoush Yaghobi (@babynilia) has it covered as she takes in Sharjah’s new Four Points by Sheraton hotel, the must-see experiences at the Sahara Centre and so much more.
Family Food and Travel Blogger Abigail Caidoy (@cuddlesandcrumbs) explores the epic activities on offer from daily live shows and gaming stations, to the adrenaline-fueled zip line and Cartoon Network cinema. Join Abigail and her family on their memorable day out.
Immerse yourself in the plethora of events and workshops on offer in Sharjah this year as part of World Book Capital 2019. From Arabic calligraphy exhibitions to storytelling festivals, check out travel expert Natasha Amar’s (@thebohochica) in-depth guide to everything on offer.
Book enthusiast Ramsha Ahmed (@thebooknookae) chronicles the history of this unique award, from its inception to the internationally acclaimed – and vital global literary platform – it is today, as well as Sharjah’s 2019 achievment.
Architecture graduate and travel blogger Memo Zambrano (@heymemozam) explores Sharjah’s new monument by internationally-acclaimed artist Gerry Judah. Join Memo as he explores the new site and delves into the plans for the exciting House of Wisdom opening in 2020.
With 48 hours to spare in the emirate, join travel journalist Natasha Amar (@thebohochica) as she explores the City of Sharjah, pays homage to it's heritage sites, visits Al Noor Island and enjoys a stroll across the canal at Al Qasba.
Sharjah's ruler His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi officially unveiled Sharjah Mosque at the beginning of Ramadan. Follow celebrated architect Memo Zombrano (@heymemozam), as he explores the intricacies of this new iconic landmark.
Celebrated photographer Ali Amar (@r1se) explores Sharjah Biennial’s three distinct art exhibitions. Its connecting theme is titled: Leaving the Echo Chamber, loosely questioning how art is produced in an age of globalised media.