Laid-back and modest, Ajman, only 10km from Sharjah, is one of the poorest and negligible of the seven emirates. While many people just pass through out of inquisitiveness, the attractive, palm-lined, pallid-sand seashore alone is worthy of some time. During the cooler weather conditions, locals roast and picnic on the sand under the palm trees, or at the charming white picnic tables with blue umbrellas. There’s also the outstanding Kempinski Hotel & Resort with its own exquisite private beach, the sheesha cafés opposite the harbor, the museum and famous dhow structure backyards. It’s easy to travel around township. The Corniche, also well-known as Arabian Gulf St or Al Khaleej Rd is where locals’ esplanade in the twilight; shops and the museum are found around the central square.