Al Ghayl Fort, lies south-west of the city of Kalba, in the emirate of Sharjah and was initially built by an Ali bin Zahi, the fort was completed by Sheikh Saeed bin Hamad Al Qasimi at the beginning of the 19th century.
Souq Al Jubail stands as the largest fresh produce market in the region and was built with a vision that aims at providing an integrated shopping destination for all fresh produce at competitive prices, to meet the demands of Emiratis and residents in the UAE.
Dhaid, or Al Dhaid, is the capital of the Central Region of the Emirate of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. An oasis town, it has extensive irrigated date palm plantations with water channelled from the nearby Hajar mountains at least in part through ancient tunnels dug for that purpose, known as aflaj in Arabic (falaj in the singular). Al Dhaid has long occupied a strategic location in the mouth of the important Wadi Siji.