Ajman, meaning small city in Arabic, is the smallest of the seven emirates and while its west flank touches the Arabian Gulf, the rest of the Emirate is engulfed by Sharjah. Ajman is a city that benefited from the influx of people from the bigger cities of Dubai and Sharjah and thus embarked on its own development drive, the resonance of which is still reverberating in the region. At present, the city of Ajman is regarded as being one of the most lucrative investment regions in the world with a number of ambitious projects waiting to take off.
Ajman’s location could be best described as being centralized in the UAE thus implying that it is not far from any of the major cities. With Sharjah on one side, Dubai being only 10 kilometres away towards the south and Umm Al Quwain being the third city in close vicinity, most of the roads connecting these cities pass through Ajman. It’s not difficult to get to.
The 16-kilometre long beach and the natural port courtesy of the Arabian Gulf have provided this city with an influx of tourists looking for more secluded relaxation.