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A SECLUDED RAS AL KHAIMAH RESORT NEAR MUST-SEE ATTRACTIONS

At this Ras Al Khaimah resort, guests can experience the World’s longest zip line at the Jebel Jais Mountains and visit the heritage of Arabian cultured pearls at Pearl Farm in the same day. The hotel places guests near the architectural wonders and luxury shopping of Dubai as well as the less explored Emirati culture and history in Ras Al Khaimah. The resort’s Experience Concierge can arrange for visits to the local fish market, historical and cultural sites and other attractions.

Al Jazirah Al Hamra  

Al Jazirah Al Hamra is a town to the south of the city of Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates. It is known for its collection of abandoned houses and other buildings. Learn More

Dahya Fort

With a backdrop of steep mountains, the bay of Dhayah has always been a very fertile area and has been settled in at least since the third millennium BC. Learn More

Ras Al Khaimah National Museum

The National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah is located In the western part of Ras Al Khaimah city in a fort that was the residence of the ruling family until the early 1960s. Learn More

Pearl Farm

A 4000 sq.m. farm where a large pearling facility is anchored next to the oyster breeding grounds to culture and collect ‘Tbasheer'(in Arabic) or simply early samples of good fortune which sustains the heritage of Arabian cultured pearls. Learn More

Al Hamra Mall

Al Hamra Mall offers a perfect blend of shopping, entertainment, dining and recreational options. The Mall houses a wide range of stores and services catering to its international customers, synchronizing perfectly with the demands and wishes of the multi-cultural population in the UAE. Learn More

Manar Mall  

Opened in the September of 2000, Manar Mall caters to be the most popular shopping and leisure center in RAK.

Built on the spectacular landscape-facing sea corniche on one side and convenient parking on the other, it offers variety of time spending to everyone.

Customers are offered cafes and restaurants with outdoor siting area, facing the sea, playgrounds for children, 120 retail outlets and several anchor stores. Learn More

AL Naeem Mall

Majestically poised at the northernmost tip of the UAE, Al Naeem Mall is the ultimate destination for serious shoppers. Standing four storeys high, with over 200 International store brands to choose from, including fine dining, waterfront scenery and entertainment for all ages. Learn More

Mall Of The Emiratis

The world’s first shopping resort may its coolest one; it has an indoor ski resort and a penguin colony.

Home to a ski field, a cinema complex and more than 630 of the world’s best brands, a visit to the Mall of the Emirates is a must-see on any holiday to Dubai.

Shop, dine and stroll beneath the glamorous Fashion Dome, with its wrought iron ceiling reminiscent of European railways, at brands like Apple, Chanel, Burberry and Missoni just to name a few. Learn More

Dubai Mall

The Dubai Mall - the world’s largest destination for shopping, entertainment and leisure located next to the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.

Featuring over 1,200 retail stores, two anchor department stores and hundreds of food and beverage outlets, The Dubai Mall covers more than 1 million sqm – an area equivalent to 200 football pitches. Learn More

Mirdif City Center

One of the city's busiest malls, City Centre Mirdif is popular with families because of the huge willrange activities: bowling, a climbing wall, a soccer circus, and an arcade with game simulators and rides to keep the youngsters (and young at heart) busy. Learn More

SOUKS AND MARKETS

Gold Souk, Dubai Mall

The Gold Souk is Dubai’s most famous and visited souk. A labyrinth of covered walkways is home to hundreds of retailers offering a huge selection of jewellery made from gold, silver diamonds and other precious metals and stones.

Ras Al Khaimah Corniche

Ras Al Khaimah has two main Corniches: the first one is the old Ras Al Khaimah corniche, which is located opposite the Kuwaiti Souk. It is an ideal spot to relax on the white beach and soak under the sun.

The second corniche is Al Qawasim corniche, located next to the Ras Al Khaimah Bridge. This is also a very popular place for fitness seekers to walk or jog on the running track. Kids can ride on their bicycles or enjoy an ice cream with their families.  It has perfect settings to enjoy a meal at one of the restaurants or hot cup of tea/coffee at a café.

Saqr Park

The Saqr Park is the largest public park in Ras Al Khaimah, known for its vast areas of greenery. It is the perfect spot for adults and kids to unwind and relax. Learn More

Dubai

Only an hour away, Dubai is home to magnificent skyscrapers, family-friendly theme parks and luxury shopping. Among its most popular attractions are Burj Khalifa, the gold and spice souks, Dubai Mall and Aquarium, Dubai Fountain, Wild Wadi Waterpark, Mall of the Emirates and its Ski Dubai, the winter-only Miracle Garden and the Dubai Dolphinarium.

Burj al Arab

The Burj al Arab is one of Dubai’s most iconic buildings, easily recognized by its shape as the sail of a ship. The hotel, built on a manmade island, can be visited with reservations.

Burj Khalifa

The Burj Khalifa, located just five minutes from the hotel, is the world’s tallest building, towering over Dubai at 828 meters. Learn More

Palm Jumeirah

Palm Jumeirah is the world’s largest artificial island, which extends into the Arabian Sea and has increased Dubai’s shoreline by 520 kilometers. A monorail, the first in the Middle East, connects Palm Jumeirah to the mainland. Cars are also permitted on the island.

Jebel Jais

Home to the tallest mountain in the UAE – Jebel Jais – Ras Al Khaimah offers a mountain experience like no other. The spectacular Hajar Mountains in the eastern part of the emirate were formed over 70 million years ago and stand nearly 2,000 metres above sea level. Learn More

Jebel Jais Flight  

This new record-breaking attraction is suspended between the mountains of Jebel Jais in Ras Al Khaimah, the highest point of the UAE at 1680 meters above sea level, travelling up to 160 kilometers per hour, and spanning 2.8 km long. Apart from the speed and length, you will get to enjoy the unforgettable breathtaking views of Jebel Jais, overlooking the winding Hajar Mountain roads. Learn More

Al Hamra Gulf Club

The Al Hamra Golf Club features stunning views of the Arabian Gulf and Hajjar Mountains that provide a backdrop for the 18-hole championship golf course. This world-class course offers a fun and challenging game to golfers of all levels.

The Par-72 course by Peter Harradine was designed with five varying tee options on each hole. Enjoy the scenery as you play the course that wanders around four inter-connected lagoons that merge with the water of the Arabian Gulf. Learn More