From Eco Friendly Travels

Eco-friendly travel guide to Sharjah advises how to be a responsible tourist. Learn how to explore the attractions in a sustainable way and how to respect the local people and culture. Make your trip green by supporting locally owned hotels, organic restaurants and other businesses. Read more on how to protect the environment by making conscientious choices and how to travel green in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

Sharjah Skyline

  • Air quality: 4.5 / 5
  • Exploring by foot: 3.8 / 5
  • Exploring by bicycle: 3.9 / 5
  • Public transportation: 4.1 / 5
  • Parks: 3.6 / 5
  • Outdoor activities: 3.6 / 5
  • Locals' English level: 4.5 / 5
  • Safety: 4.6 / 5
  • Accommodation: US$755 - $2557
  • Budget per day: US$90 - $100

Responsible Travel

Tourism is a great means to explore places and get to learn about their cultures and traditions, meet new people. Although, it’s important that you travel keeping in mind your responsibilities as a tourist. There are specific responsibilities and moral obligations that you have as a tourist. So, while visiting the country you will have to identify and control your activities so that you don’t cause harm to the environment or to the community.

  • Try to use public buses, electric vehicles, and other vehicles that cause less harm to the environment and also cost less.
  • Try to avoid the luxurious 5-star hotels and opt for the local guesthouses and green hotels so that you get to explore the place like a local and it’s cost-efficient.
  • Try to buy the local brands' products and arts if you want to explore the city like a local and understand their culture as well.
  • Try to visit the greeneries available in the city as these places are the most peaceful places to be. Visiting parks may feel energizing and calming.
  • Shopping sustainably by taking necessary precautions and reducing wastes for the betterment of the community and its environment.

Air Quality and Pollution

The current air quality in Sharjah is considered to be a poor condition for living and breathing here. It’s 53 AQI, the level of pollution in the air quality is very high and it is unhealthy for the sensitive group of people. if you face any difficulty in breathing or any other symptoms avoid staying outside for a long time. The pollutants present in the air are O3 which is 104 µg/m3 and PM 10 which is 45 µg/m3, the PM 2.5 is 12 µg/m3, NO2 is 13 µg/m3, SO2 is 6 µg/m3, CO is 204 µg/m3. Currently, Sharjah experiences 31° C of weather temperature. The best time to visit Sharjah would be in the winter season. Many tourists visit Sharjah in this season. The average temperature at this time is 20 degrees Celsius.

Respect the Culture

Sharjah is known for the fine arts and its cultural values. It has great historical importance, many of the buildings have been transformed into places of tourists interest such as museums, art facilities ateliers for plastic artists and calligraphers, etc. It’s the third-largest among the emirates and has the Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman adjoined to it. In the year 1998 Sharjah was awarded the title of the Cultural Capital of the Arab World and later in 2014, it was awarded the title of Capital of Islamic Culture by UNESCO. The several events in Sharjah are Sharjah Biennial, calligraphy Biennial, Theatre days, Islamic Arts Festival, Heritage days, International Book Fair.

Top 10 Places to Visit

  • Al Montazah Parks - It’s an amusement park and a water park which is considered to be the number 1 destination for families. The park is located near the Department Complex, Central Market, and Khalid Lagoon which makes it easily accessible for the other emirates. It’s the fastest-growing tourist spot in all of UAE. The Al Montazah Amusement Park consists of 500 parking lots, disability bags, and many other facilities at Flag Island just opposite this place. It has received an award in 2014 for being the best tourist destination in all of the emirate because of its amazing facilities and services that eventually make it a perfect spot for the locals and also for the tourists.
  • Sharjah Museum Of Islamic Civilization - It’s a nice museum located in a stunning old waterfront bazaar. The galleries on the ground floor are dedicated to various aspects of the Islamic faith, including the rituals and importance of the Hajj, as well as the scientific achievements of the Arab world, especially in the fields of mathematics and astronomy. Walking through the upper floors, you can travel through 1400 years of Islamic art history and see artifacts. Don't miss the mosaic of the zodiac signs inside the central dome. You will see that there are absolutely no crowds, inexpensive, a lot of information (Arabic and English), there is little interaction.
  • Sharjah Aquarium - It's great for visiting on the weekdays, the aquarium can be seen from different angles and with the same ticket you can go to a small but very informative maritime museum where you will learn about the history of the region. It’s advisable to visit this place and not to the Dubai aquarium, the impressions are the same, there is more knowledge, and the price is 5 times lower. it’s very decent with a lot of different fish, sharks, stingrays, hedgehogs, moray eels and many more, there are many things to see here.
  • Arabian Wildlife Center - It is located quite far from the center of Sharjah, about 50 kilometers, there is no bus, you will have to take a taxi. Tickets for adults cost 15 dirhams, for children it’s free, with tickets you can go to all 4 places. The zoo and the children's farm are the most attractive, the botanical garden is already beautiful because it is in the desert. In the zoo, it seems that it is you in a cage, not animals, it’s interesting to see the living creatures in the desert, and also the flamingos and cheetahs. To go back, you need to go to the reception of the zoo and ask to call a taxi, there is no other way.
  • Al Majaz Waterfront- The Al MajazWaterfront is located in the heart of Sharjah. It covers a vast area of 231,000 square feet, which has an amazing scenic view overlooking Khaled Lagoon. It has amazing architecture and beautiful landscapes which then reflects the historical heritage and rich culture of Sharjah. Many tourists are attracted by this breathtaking waterfront. It was established in the year 2010 by the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (shurooq). The main attractions of this waterfront are the Sharjah Musical Fountain overseeing various international cafés and restaurants, snacks and drink kiosks, jogging track, elegant mosques, the Splash park for the kids, playground for the children, and the Maraya Art Park.
  • Mleiha Archaeological Centre - Mleikha is an archaeological site. It is located in the desert, about an hour and a half from Sharjah. Archaeological Museum, where you can see the fossils found on the site. You can see a small cave (they are not allowed inside). You can also go on a desert safari and get acquainted with the local flora and fauna. It will be interesting for adults and families with teenagers. If you are in the UAE and want to feel its real atmosphere, and this is the atmosphere of the desert, sand dunes, and sunset, this is the place for you. Those who do not know English in the museum will not be so interesting, because there is no information in Russian.
  • Buhaira Corniche - In order to experience all the splendor and uniqueness of the place, I recommend visiting the embankment in the morning and in the evening. The contrast will amaze you. In the morning and in the afternoon, this is a deserted place under the scorching sun, in the evening it is a meeting place and rests for the townspeople. The evening illumination enchants with its mystery, and the crowds of vacationers bring a touch of tranquillity. Look around and find a bakery where you can buy baked cheese and bread in front of you or a cafeteria where you can taste Arabic coffee with cardamom or freshly squeezed juice. Find an empty bench or place under a palm tree and catch a wave of local colourful relaxation. You can have a nice walk here.
  • Al Noor Mosque - The mosque fascinates with its external and internal decoration. For tourist’s free admission from 10.00 to 11.00 on certain days. At the entrance, they offer to put on traditional clothes to visit cult places, take off your shoes and introduce you to the world of oriental beauty, coolness and silence. The adorable girls give a short but informative presentation on the history of religion, the mosque, traditional clothes, and drinks in English. You have time to look at the Books, clothes, and utensils for making coffee, feel the space around you, and retire, sitting on the carpets and contemplating the world around you. At the exit, you are offered a compliment - coffee with cardamom, dates, water. The whole excursion for the tourist is thought out and comfortable.
  • Sharjah Classic Car Museum - They are not allowed to touch the cars. There are gorgeous exhibits. Undoubtedly - an excellent collection of retro cars. But small children are not interested, they want to twist, climb and touch. 1 hour for a visit is enough. Only 10 dirhams, and a lot of cars in excellent condition. If you travel by car and love classic cars, be sure to check it out.Very interesting if you are a big car connoisseur. the whole family will like it, the exhibits are located both in the building and on the territory of the museum. Taxis can be called back by the museum staff. These are mainly American cars. Many cars that have not been restored are located around the museum building. Apparently waiting in the wings (on the territory of the club of motorists). They can also be considered for a long time.
  • Rain Room - The Rain Museum room is the size of our gym in schools but without windows. The entrance is 25 dirham, it is very difficult to buy tickets on weekends and on Fridays, it is not yet possible to make a purchase on the Internet. The session itself lasts 15 minutes. You enter and you see how people walk in the rain (drops are fed from the ceiling.) Moreover, if you walk fast, you get wet, and if you walk very slowly, you get to the opposite wall dry. When you move slowly, a cloud of rain moves with you, and you are a dry center. This is a hall with water jets and light from the ceiling. You take a step and streams of water part in front of you. The main thing is not to run, jump or hurt your neighbor. It seems to be nothing special, but the photos there turn out to be very interesting.
Al Majaz waterfront


If you want to experience a great place to visit in UAE there could not be any other place better than Sharjah. Among the seven emirates in UAE, Sharjah is the best destination in UAE for tourists and is an amazing getaway for families. Sharjah has numerous art galleries, heritage, museums, and cultural sites. Sharjah is an interesting place for families. It also has beautiful mosques, waterfront, heritage buildings.

City Parks

  • Al Majaz Park - The Al Majaz park is a lakefront garden with a mosque near it and also fountains, lawns, family attractions, playing areas for the children, and restaurants. It’s located beside Al Taqwa Mosque at Corniche street. It’s a nice place to visit with the family and bikes on rent are available. They have a small electric train for the children which goes around the park. It’s a very good place which is calm and quiet most of the time and has nice melodies playing in here. It’s considered a good place for relieving stress, they say people with stress can sit here for an hour and the person will feel good.
Al Majaz Park

National Parks

  • Sharjah National Park- It is very good to walk in the evening, see the sunset, cool off. Very clean and calm, a lot of greenery. Cleanliness, tranquillity, harmony. Very calm, quiet, benevolent place, in the shade under the trees it is not so hot, even during the day. cozy, beautiful, and smells fresh, sit, smoke, eat - everything you can on the grass, unlike Russia, a beautiful fountain, next to the trains and the central mosque. Not far from the Paravozik is Sharjah National Park. There is a canal and many seagulls are there, it's just fantastic.


  • Lou Lou Beach - It has clean sand, shallow, gently sloping bottom is pleasant for entering the water. The lack of changing cabins, showers do not spoil the beach. But the rescuers are adamant, slightly small waves, they immediately ask to get out of the water. It’s a small beach near the port facilities is located next to the hotel lou-lu. It is fenced off from the paid by a rusty fence that casts a saving shadow. In general - water, sand, and lifeguard. There is a hope that later the beach will be cultivated with alterations, showers, toilets.
  • Al Khan - Al Khan beach is divided into two - the first at the ring road, and the second closer to the port. It’s got clean sand of the usual greyish color, many rescue booths, but there are no toilets and showers at all ... Smooth, the gentle and clean bottom is very suitable for children. But only until the wind blows, catching up with the waves! In late February and early March, the water is 22 grams, not very warm, but very clean and transparent. Rescuers instantly react if someone, in their opinion, swam too far. Whistle without stopping).
Sunset at the Al Khan beach


  • Al Mahatta Museum - The Al Mahatta Museum is unusual in that it has assembled airplanes with its roof. These are restored. You can watch a documentary about the maiden flight from Croydon. Spectacular Bedouin population with the national dress. The history of aviation is here. It is normal to walk among the model airplanes and a few more halls. Museum in the building of the old airport, directly opposite the megamall.
  • King Faisal Mosque - This mosque is impossible not to notice! It is beautiful and majestic, it was presented to Sharjah by the King of Saudi Arabia, Faisal. Located not far from the "trains". Nearby there is a beautiful territory of the park where you can relax, a lot of greenery, everything is well-groomed. Its area exceeds 5 thousand square meters, and up to 3 thousand believers can pray in it at the same time. The mosque has become not only one of the main symbols of Sharjah but also the emirate. Open daily, admission is free. Visiting the mosque by non-Muslims is prohibited.
  • Eye Of The Emirates Wheel- The Ferris wheel is not a business pleasure. But there is an opportunity to see the water area from a height in the lights at night, in the afternoon in perspective. Like any self-respecting waterfront, the Corniche has its own Ferris wheels. Beautiful at night, backlit. The size is not the biggest. It's more interesting to take a photo against its background, from the inside. At the moment, the Ferris wheel has been moved to another location, namely to an amusement park on Flag Island.
Al Mahatta Museum


  • Sharjah Museum Of Islamic Civilization - A nice museum located in a stunning old waterfront bazaar. The galleries on the ground floor are dedicated to various aspects of the Islamic faith, including the rituals and importance of the Hajj, as well as the scientific achievements of the Arab world, especially in the fields of mathematics and astronomy. Walking through the upper floors, you can travel through 1400 years of Islamic art history and see artifacts. Don't miss the mosaic of the zodiac signs inside the central dome. Wonderful museum. Only two floors, various displays from the development of various household appliances to coins and local dishes. There are many exhibitions related to the Koran and Mecca. Quiet calm place. You can hide from the rain or vice versa from the sultry heat) for mothers with babies, there is a comfortable room for mother and child. You can also buy souvenirs. The fee is purely symbolic (10 dirhams). If you want to touch the history, then this institution is worth visiting.
  • Maritime Museum- A good place to cool off after a hot beach. Not many visitors. You can take pictures. The exhibits, although few in number, are available for detailed inspection. There are children's areas. The ticket is sold alone to the maritime museum and aquarium. It is recommended that watching a short film about pearl mining, there are soft ottomans, are comfortable. At the entrance to the museum - they also broadcast a short film about the country. There are not many people, you can carefully examine all the exhibits. A very cozy and neat museum with an oceanarium. Yes, everything is quite a chamber, but you can see how the creators tried to create their museum. Very soulful.
  • Sharjah Fort- Alhisn- The entrance fee is 10 dirhams. They give an incomprehensible map. In general, if you have nothing to do, you can and see. There is no one, the staff walked around the rooms alone ... there are not many exhibits. There are many photographs of bearded Arabs who once, for something. You can take pictures. It's hard to say a remake, or really old. But it allows us to understand how people lived. We spent an hour there, just enough to go through all the rooms. There are few exhibits, Photos, household items, and weapons. An audio guide is provided on the security of a passport.
Sharjah Museum Of Islamic Civilizatio


The cuisine of Sharjah is mainly comprised of Arabic cuisine and shares cuisines of its neighboring countries like the Omani cuisines and Saudi Arabia’s cuisine also the Middle Eastern cuisine and Asian. Sharjah is a multicultural emirate and has a different variety of cuisines from several parts of the world. Seafood is the main dish of the emirate countries and pork is prohibited in these Arab countries. They offer substitutes like beef sausages and veal rashers. Other dishes are meat, rice and other staple foods, mutton, lamb, goat, beef, camel meat are the favorite meats of these Arab countries. Often Dates are offered in the meals. The beverages like coffee and tea are mixed with cardamom, mint, or saffron. Alcohol is only served in hotels, restaurants, and bars but is illegal in Sharjah and many other Arab countries.

Traditional Local Restaurants

  • La Bamba Restaurant- It’s a very cozy restaurant with delicious Mediterranean cuisine. The menu includes an unusual lobster salad, large grilled shrimps, watermelon salad, seafood soup, several types of food, and much more - they cook very, very tasty. The work of a team of managers and waiters international Adele and Mustafa - Egyptians, Iman - from India - very friendly and highly professional do their job. The picturesque coast of the Gulf of Aman gives this restaurant coziness and romance, everything is conducive to an excellent rest and a romantic dinner. It’s a nice restaurant by the sea with delicious and fresh food. Excellent service and friendly waiters.
  • Yashmina- The assortment of dishes is large and delicious! Lots of different fruits, cheeses, and baking differences! They can also cook an omelet with vegetables or scrambled eggs and many more different dishes that will not bother you. The choice is very huge, it is not possible to stay hungry. Nice interior, great food. There is a large selection of food for breakfast - boiled eggs, milk porridge, muesli, pieces of cheese and sausages, fruits, delicious coffee. For dinner, there are always at least three types of meat, something spicier, something less spicy, you can choose.
  • Gusti- This restaurant is used in the hotel for breakfast, etc. as a buffet. The cuisine is quite varied, but not extensive. Going to breakfast for more than a week can get boring. The quality of the food is good. Delicious pastries, croissants out of competition. There is also a children’s room. Excellent service, friendly staff, an abundance of cuisine. Rooms are cleaned regularly every day, the first coastal, different types of pools. This restaurant is located in the Sheraton Sharjah beach resort and spa. Every morning we went there for breakfast, the table is Swedish, delicious food and desserts! Further, there are separately served tables, you can sit on any. And if you need something, you can ask the waiter, who will provide everything with courtesy. The interior is cozy, the service is excellent.

Vegetarian and Vegan

  • Aroos Damascus Restaurant- It’s a decent restaurant for every day. The prices are reasonable, the service is not bad, the food is delicious. The choice is good, there are fish and meat dishes, kebabs, freshly squeezed juices, always fresh flat cakes. There are always a lot of visitors. Permanent parking problem. Parking is paid except Friday. The portions are quite large and tasty, non-spicy dishes are prepared on request. If you are resting in Sharjah, then be sure to visit this eatery. And you don't have to go to the Arab catering to order steaks or soups. Take a chicken Lula, then a lamb Lula, followed by a breath-taking hummus that is very popular, you will use with these wonderful cakes served in unlimited quantities. And believe me, after that you no longer want to go to any other establishments.
  • Al Qubtan- Close to the beach, overlooking the sea. The meals are delicious and large portions. The service and staff are just superb. The cuisine is varied, for every taste. Beautiful serving of dishes. Very polite staff. But communication is only in English! If you wish, you can take a table either inside or outside. The well-located restaurant overlooking the sea. The lamb and chicken were beyond praise, as was the excellent strudel with a cup of espresso, butter, and fresh-baked rolls are served before dinner to satisfy the hunger a little, the strudel was also freshly baked. Excellent service and constant control from the side of management.
  • Nayaab Handi- A lot of locals are relaxing in the restaurant. There are areas with both tables and pillows. The price is reasonable - for 70 dirhams there is enough food for 3 people. If with a child - ask without spices (although everything will be with them anyway :). In the evening, there are many people in the waiting area, waiting for their turn, the place is very popular. An excellent institution for those who want tasty, satisfying, and very inexpensive food. Without any pathos, with a simple interior, but with very tasty and huge portions. Better to take 1 dish for two, we could not eat more. For 50-60 dirhams, you can have a very hearty meal together, and wash it all down with orange juice. The only small negative is that the dishes are pretty monotonous.

Street Food

  • Restaurant Baba Ghanouj- The Falafel, Hummus, Fatteh, and other dishes are very delicious. In Ramadan, they make Marouk, which is a traditional Syrian bake very famous in Aleppo that is stuffed with various flavors like sour-cream, Nutella, cheese, and many more. They make the best Chilli bread in the whole world.
  • Cravers Street Café- This restaurant is located at Damascus street in Al Qusais. They specialize in Goan-style street foods. Their menu is filled with great appetizers, burgers, sliders, beverages, pasta, desserts, and many more amazing food items. The most popular food item would be beef and chicken, the loaves of bread, and burgers. The ambiance is cool but a very limited number of seats are here. It’s decorated beautifully in the season of their festivals. The beverages like the cold coffee are amazing, oreo shakes, and the blue oceans. Plus, the chicken tikka rolls, ros omelet buns which are the Portuguese buns, beef cutlets, prawn balchao chops, chocolate churros, etc.


As said earlier, Sharjah is an Arabian country which restricts serving alcohol or any beverages that include alcohol. There are some exceptions like in some hotels you may get them.


The tap waters in Sharjah are drinkable, its safe and healthy. Although, Sharjah is considered to be a “dry emirate” it is only referred to the sale of alcohol. Still, you can buy the packaged drinking waters but if not its absolutely okay to drink the tap water.

Organic Cafés

  • WOFL- This café is located at the Al Rahmaniya 1. It’s a great café that offers burgers, sandwiches, waffles, etc. of great quality. This café is a great place to have breakfast.


There are no major breweries in Sharjah.


Sharjah has many valuable opportunities for traveling around and the place offers many things to be done here, like the UAE Staycations, and has the best beach properties for the tourists, pet-friendly hotels, luxurious stays, etc.

Yoga and Retreats

The best yoga centers in Sharjah are:

  • Maya Blu Yoga Studio
  • Sujana Power Yoga (Al Sadarah)


With access to a range of quality and affordable options, the place is having perfect options for a person to live here. The vast majority of hotels, guesthouses, hostels, and home stays include breakfast, and most of the time you will be able to get a place that has a great view.

Green Hotels

Some major green hotels in Sharjah are:

  • Radisson Blu Resort
  • Greenhouse Resort

Hostels and Guest Houses

People often find hotels to be the place for rich and class of people but that’s not the case here. It’s all about traveling green. Some major hostels in Sharjah are:

  • Occidental Sharjah Grand
  • City Max Sharjah

Some of the major guest houses in Sharjah are:

  • Hala Hotels
  • Aldar Hotel


Apartments are for those people who enjoy their personal space and like to like by themselves or those who have their family with them. Some of the best Apartments in Sharjah are in:

  • Muwailih
  • Al Taawun


Couch surfing is a travel community with many members present all around the globe and it is also a very smart way to explore Sharjah, without being a local you can still enjoy it like a local with the help of couch surfing you will be able to find accommodations for yourself.


A lot of people like going camping in the summers, in case of the weather preference the people want more or less the same thing, for the weather to be dry, sunny and warm with mostly a little amount of wind which is exactly the preferable weather condition needed by the people who like to camp. Some campsites that are popular among the tourists are:

  • Coral Beach Resort
  • Sahara Beach Resort & Spa

How to Get There

The tourists need to carry their visas which mostly required for every country, must also bring passports, credit cards. The best time to visit Sharjah will be in the winters and during the amazing festive seasons like Eid.


There are many flights that will take you to Sharjah. One of which is IndiGo if you’re planning to fly from India. There are six airports near Sharjah, which are Minhad Ab, Sharjah’s main airport, Dubai, Ras Al Khaimah, Al-Fujairah, Al Hamra SPB, Dubai Al Maktoum International.

Sharjah International Airport


If you’re planning to take a bus from Dubai, then you have a vast number of opportunities, like the bus that departs from the Central Bus Station in Sharjah. It takes approx. 42 minutes and it only costs 10 dirhams. You can take the ticket to board the bus by the driver once you get on to it.


UAE doesn’t have any major railway networks.


There are no major hitchhikers or people that hitchhike to visit Sharjah.


If you’re looking to board a ferry to Sharjah from Dubai you can board the RTA ferry services that allow you to travel from Al Ghubaiba Marine Station and from the Aquarium Marine Station. It’s a very popular ferry service and is not very old. The Al Ghubaiba Marine Station start from 07:15 am to 07:30 pm. The Aquarium Marine Station’s timings are from 02:00 pm to 09:00 pm.

Moving Around

Moving around in Sharjah requires buses, and other means of transportations like cabs, ferries, cable cars, and long-distance planes and taxis also are a great means of moving around.


In Dubai, you can find many tracks especially made for the people to walk and jog for adapting a healthy routine. But Sharjah has parks made mostly for women only. You are required to have a pass to enter the parks here.


Many cycling events take place in UAE like the annual UAE Road Cycling Championship. There are some laws that you will have to abide by if you’re renting a bike in here. The bikes should have main headlights, a red rear light ad a rear reflector. The cyclists should stick to it’s the correct side which is the right side of the road, and bicycles are prohibited to drive on the pavements. The cyclists should always wear helmets while riding the bikes. The cyclists shouldn’t ride while not holding the steering rod or holding it with one hand except if the driver is giving a hand signal. They should not drive in a zig-zag manner, and shouldn’t drive very speed or any possible way that may endanger the lives of the public.

Electronic Vehicles

There are some electronic vehicle services in UAE but no major services are in Sharjah except for the golf carts and others.

Public Bus

The Mowasalat offer their services to nine routes of the buses in Sharjah. The fair is pretty reasonable, which is 6 dirhams.

Tram, Train and Subway

There are no major trams, train or subways in Sharjah.

Sustainable Shopping

In the countries that are developing day to day most of the things available are designed for tourists to take back home as something that would be a sign of a great city that they visited.

Food Markets

Some of the major food markets in Sharjah are:

  • Souq Al Jubail
  • Qko Asian Market
  • Chefmart
  • Al Sharji Super Market

Flea Markets

Flea markets are a type of street market that provides a place for the local vendors to display their goods to sell them to the customers. These are often seasonal.The major flea markets in Sharjah are:

  • Al Majaz Waterfront Flea Market

Second Hand Stores

Second-hand stores are a place that sells second-hand goods which are mostly electronics. Goods that are old are sold here. The people sell their used products in front of your home they are called a garage sale. Some of the major second-hand stores in Sharjah are:

  • We Buy Used Furniture
  • Nord Sud Export
  • Levante Int’l Fzc Sharjah Hfza


Eco-fashion is a movement and process of rapid changes in the fashion system and products the system of clothing in Sharjah, has so popular that many countries participate in their fashion ideas. Some of the infamous eco-fashion brands in Sharjah are:

  • Greenheart Organic Farms
  • My Ex Wardrobe


The Emirate countries are continuously trying to dispose of the city and take care of the environment closely by seeing that all the garbage or wastes collected do not go to waste and harm the place.


Wastes are something that has passed its expiry date and cannot be used anymore. There are different methods to know this. One of the recycling companies in Sharjah are:


Work and Study Abroad

You can get offers to work and study abroad in Dubai but it’s not very sure about Sharjah. The tuition fees cost is low as compared to other countries in here and is a good option to be studying here. If you’re staying and find yourself accommodation it will be a bit costly.

Exchange Student

The students can go for abroad studies in Sharjah in these top universities, which are namely: College of Architecture, Colleges of Engineering (CEN), College of Arts and Science (CAS), and School of Business Administration. These universities offer the best exchange student facilities in Sharjah.

Au Pair

Au Pair jobs are the ones that are accessed by a nanny and private tutors which are handed out for a limited time period so people who are interested in doing part-time work this is a good platform for them.


Ratings: Volunteering means a person who voluntarily undertakes or expresses a willingness to launch a service. Volunteers are given Friendly International Guesthouses for 20 hours per week, cleaning services, housekeeping, shared dorms are available for at least

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