A Trade Hub:
Sharjah has traditionally been a trading point, thanks to its strategic location between the East and the West,
For centuries, Sharjah has been an important seaport for trade and commerce in the Gulf region. Today it has most-modern air and sea ports. The Sharjah airport was the first Category II airport in the Arabian Gulf with an annual capacity of over two million passengers,
It is the main exporting airport for sea-air cargo in the UAE. The emirate boasts of having ports in both the Arabian Gulf and the Indian Ocean.
Sharjah is one of the largest cargo hubs in the world and is a key commercial centre in the Middle East, having both natural resources and well-developed infrastructure,
Investors flock to the emirate as its free zones offer them land on lease, along with several other tax benefits.
This enchanting city treasures traditional market places, art centers, museums, mosques, humanitarian centres, unspoilt beaches, lush green parks and amusement centres for families.