Discover the pearls of Ajman Indulge in the emirate’s local life

Ajman is an exciting new tourism destination in the UAE. Located just 30 minutes from Dubai International Airport, the emirate is bursting with natural beaches, lush mangroves, activities, sports and more. Ajman’s great value for money, small size and range of accommodation options make it ideal for visitors looking to discover a new destination in the Middle East.

Exploring both the traditional markets and modern shopping arcades is just one of the ways your customers can experience everyday life in Ajman. City Centre Ajman is the emirate’s biggest shopping mall, boasting a number of international and local stores. Meanwhile, for a traditional shopping experience, head to the Abaya Souq or the Souq Saleh. The latter boasts several boutiques that come alive at night.

Ajman packs a punch when it comes to cuisine. The Qdeemk Ndemk Cafe, with its bold 1950s and 60s-style decor, provides a nostalgic step back in time and is popular with locals. It serves up some of the most delicious Arabic cuisine in Ajman. The evening fish market is also a must-see experience where visitors can watch buyers snap up fresh produce at great prices.

For an evening by the water, head to Al Zorah Marina 1, which has an array of restaurants and cafes, as well as an outdoor amusement park for children. It’s also the perfect place for an evening stroll to take in the views over the water and the mangroves.

Stay in Ajman

The Radisson Blu Hotel Ajman is a serene property in the heart of the emirate. With six restaurants and bars, a spa and access to a private beach, the hotel is a favourite choice for many staying in the emirate. The hotel is located just around the corner from the City Centre Ajman shopping mall, and there is a great choice of F&B outlets close by, making it ideal for those wanting to stay in and relax or go out and about.

With its location on the Corniche’s beachfront, the Wyndham Garden Ajman Corniche is perfectly positioned for visitors who want the Arabian Gulf to be just a stone’s throw away. The hotel also has an open-air pool, Jacuzzi, spa and fitness centre, as well as a pool bar, cafes and a seafood speciality restaurant.


Pearl divers were highly respected in emirati society. They were offered the best spots on the boats to sleep, were exempt from doing chores and could eat with the captain.

Did you know? The best pearls are the size of a chickpea.

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