Amongst the seven Principalities that together constitute the United Arab Emirates, the Emirate of Ajman is one of the most progressive. It is an attractive tourist destination boasting pristine white beaches, prestigious resorts and hotels, cultural heritage sites steeped in history, museums and nature reserves. It also offers a vibrant corniche, bustling with shops and restaurants.
Equally attractive is its proposition to businesses. It boasts a population of 500,000 people, which is increasing year on year, thereby offering an ample labour pool. Being located on the Gulf coast it accommodates an ultra modern port - an important maritime focal point that serves over 1,000 ocean-going vessels a year. Additionally, it’s located just a few minutes away, by road, from two major international airports, assuring easy connectivity to the rest of the world.
Ajman’s pristine sandy beach, clear lagoons and natural mangroves are the perfect playground for holidaymakers of all ages with a wide range of watersports on offer.
The city of Ajman is the coastal capital of the tiny emirate of the same name. As the Emirate’s main hub, more than 90% of the population calls the city home.
The Nicklaus Design course sits at the heart of the Al Zorah community, a new development to the north of the city that will eventually include four marinas, two beachfront hotels and residential villas.
Built with stones, mud and local timber, Masfout Castle consists of two rooms and a gate. The tower-shaped castle was restored in the late 1940s at the behest of the late Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi.