Surface:The total land area of the United Arab Emirates is around 83,600 sq km.
Population: The population of the UAE is around 2.3 million with an ethnic mix of 19%25 Amiri, 23%25 Iranian and Arab nationals, 50%25 South Asians and 8%25 others.
System of government: The UAE is a federation with specified powers.
Capital: Abu Dhabi, with a population of around 500,000, is the capital of the UAE.
Religion: The state religion is Islam.
Official Language: The official language is Arabic; English, Hindi and Persian also spoken.
Government: The UAE is a federation with specified powers.
Climate: The UAE climate is characterized by high temperatures and humidity.
Units of measure and electricity: The UAE follows the metric system of measurement and the official electricity unit is 220V, 50 Hz.
Time Zone: The UAE standard time is GMT + 4
Currency: UAE Dirham (1 € = 4.8AED).
Travel documents required: Most Western and Arab nations do not require visas to visit the UAE. Citizens of Israel or other nationals with a passport that shows travel to Israel are not allowed entry to the UAE.
Ajman is a part of the prestigious union of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is the seventh in terms of area with a land that spreads to 260 square kilometres. It is surrounded by Sharjah on all three basic geographical directions. It is located along the Persian Gulf. Ajman is also the administrative head of the inland and enclaves Masfut and Manama. The city of Ajman is mostly agricultural. It is important to note that 95 percent of the entire emirate population resides in this city. Dubai and Sharjah contribute to the maximum immigrants. Democracy is still unfelt in these parts as monarchy rules the masses here. Currently the crown prince of Ajman is ‘Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi’. The city is rich in terms of wealth and people lead a lavish life. The city has experienced tremendous...
Dibba Al Fujairah is the largest town in the Northern part of the Emirate and the upper part of the Gulf of Oman. The town lies on a coastal plain, nestled in the mountains, in the midst of green fields and ancient relics. There is two more Dibba - Dibba Al-Hisn is coming under Sharjah Emirate and Dibba Al-Baya is under Sultanate of Oman. It contains several small villages located between the mountains and the seacoast. During winter people from all over the Emirates travel to Dibba to camp in the mountains and in summer they enjoy water sports and the sandy beaches. Beaches in Dibba are considered among the best of the UAE.