Ajman Saray, A Luxury Collection Resort is located on a pristine stretch of the Ajman coast, this modern hotel offers great conditions for an unforgettable vacation.

Guests arriving through the Sharjah International Airport will need around 30 minutes to arrive at the venue, but they can also take advantage of the shuttle service in order to make the trip as convenient as possible. Once they arrive they can immediately head to the splendid outdoor pool and stretch on a sun lounger with a chilled drink from the poolside bar in hand.

For little extra pampering they can visit the spa and wellness centre for a procedure or just treat themselves to a soothing massage. With 5 restaurants and bars, guests of the hotel will be spoiled with choice. They can have a lunch with seafood delicacies, a dinner with Lebanese specialities and some Mediterranean snacks in between.

Uncover Ajman’s fascinating history at its museums, castles and forts and experience Emirati culture by watching a camel race or exploring a souq.

From sleepy fishing village to energetic modern city, Ajman’s transformation has been remarkable. And while many changes have taken place over the last half a century, the emirate has retained its rich cultural traditions and preserved its heritage.

In Ajman’s coastal city you can barter in the souqs, visit a dhow-building yard, explore a museum, witness the local passion for Arabian horses at a stud farm, or cheer one-humped Arabian camels to victory at a camel race.

Meanwhile, at the inland enclaves of Al Manama, east of Ajman, and Masfout, in the south of the UAE, you can explore castles and forts, and understand the essence of local life in laidback villages and towns.


– Ajman Museum
– Masfout Museum
– Hassa Buweid
– Masfout Castle
– Rashid Al Khadar House

Ajman is lucky to have a wide selection of heritage sites in various corners of the emirate. Ajman Museum is located inside the city, whereas the Masfout Castle and Manama Museum can be found in their respective towns, about an hour’s car journey away.

Ajman Museum is the emirate’s foremost museum illustrating life as it once was. The 18th-century fort served as the ruler’s residence until 1970, before it was converted into a museum a decade later.The exhibits offer a compelling glimpse of Ajman’s past, from centuries-old manuscripts, weaponry and ingenious irrigation systems. One of the most notable displays is an excavated cemetery discovered in the Al Muwaihat area, which features pottery and funeral jewellery dating back as far as 3000 BC. A section is devoted to the pearl trade that once dominated the region, while the fort itself is a perfect example of traditional Emirati architecture.

The museum tells the story of the city and its people through a journey of a time that extends over 5000 years BC from the prehistoric era including the Stone, the Bronze and the Irons ages until the formation of the UAE. The museum consists of an open yard, 12 rooms, and 2 towers presenting a collection of photographs, collectibles, antiques, historical documents, and manuscripts that enriches the knowledge of our future generation and illustrate the significant role of our region’s history and how it shaped our identity.

The fort was built at the time of Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, who ruled the emirate from 1928 until 1981. It features a guard’s tower and well, and is surrounded by palm trees, irrigated by the old falaj system that channels underground water from the mountains.

Set on a hilltop overlooking the plains of Manama, Hassa Buweid Castle was built as a fortress by the late Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi. Built in 1976, Hassa Buweid Castle is a tower-shaped fort in the eastern enclave of Manama. Reached by a stone stairway, Hassa Buweid means ‘white stones’ after the hill that forms its base.

Although the castle is only 40 years old, its architecture is similar to other castles found in across the country.

Perched on a mountaintop, the 19th-century Masfout Castle was once the first line of defence against bandits heading to neighbouring Oman.

Built with stones, mud and local timber, Masfout Castle consists of two rooms and a gate. The tower-shaped castle was restored in the late 1940s at the behest of the late Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi.The castle is located on the northern edge of Masfout, 120km southeast of Ajman city. Take Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Street out of the city, turn right onto Emirates Road and then follow the Sharjah-Kalba Road to Masfout.

The Hajar Mountains were once home to Arabian leopards, wolf and hyena, and today lure hikers and locals looking to escape the summer heat.

Rashid Al Khader House is a significant undertaking pays homage to the esteemed Emirati poet, Rashid bin Salem bin Abdul Rahman bin Gibran Al Suwaidi, born in 1905, renowned as one of the most prominent poets of Nabati poetry in the United Arab Emirates. Rashid Al Khadar was celebrated for his extraordinary poetic talent, masterful command of classical and eloquent Arabic poetry, and profound impact on the local community through his contributions to popular culture and poetic development.

Thoughtfully restored to its original condition, the House of Rashid Al Khadar stands as a prominent historical landmark, artfully reflecting aspects of the late Emirati poet’s personal and artistic life. This momentous occasion serves as a tribute to one of the Emirates’ foremost Nabati poets and enriches the cultural landscape of Ajman with a noteworthy addition to its cherished landmarks.

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