What you can expect

Ajman is the smallest among the seven emirates but its exceptional hospitality makes it big in the hearts of visitors. This laidback destination is packed with scenic landscapes, beautiful beaches, and dazzling entertainment spots.

Tourist attractions in Ajman

Ajman National Museum

Built during the late 18th century, it is considered as one of the oldest forts in the UAE where the ruling families of the region used to live.

City Centre Ajman

City Centre Ajman is all about fun! Spanning almost 35,000 square meters of retail space, it is considered as Ajman’s biggest mall.

Sheikh Zayed Ajman Mosque

It was built in the memory of the late Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi by the current leader of Ajman and his son Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi.

Al Hamriya Beach and the Al Zorah Beach

Known for their fine white sand and pristine water, these Ajman beaches are popular among locals and tourists for swimming, sunbathing, and dolphin spotting.

Etisalat Tower

With a height of 61.12 m, the Etisalat Tower highlights the Ajma’s cityscape. Built in the traditional mosque style, the tower has a glass facade and topped by a huge sphere that many people refer to as a “giant golf ball”.

Dhow Yard

The Dhow Yard in the northern end of the Ajman Creek features master craftsmen as they showcase the art of traditional dhow making using their tools and techniques that have been passed down from generation to generation.