For an escape outside of the city and to find peace in the natural world, Ras Al Khaimah is the place to rest your laurels
Fujairah’s bustling fish market is off the beaten track of the normal tourist trail, but certainly worth the effort
One of the oldest heritage sites in Dubai and home to many of the city’s art galleries
An idyllic cove, an imposing mountain range and five thousand years of human history on Sharjah’s east coast.
The neighbourhood where 200 years ago Dubai was born is redefined in the context of a globalized world while remaining true to its trade roots.
Archaeological evidence shows that crabs have been consumed in the UAE for as long as 3,000 years, and the coast of Umm Al Quwain has been an ideal hunting ground for much of that time.
Contemporary art from around the world finds a nostalgic home in Sharjah.
The island of happiness looks forward to its upcoming role as the region’s major cultural hub.
The mountain community embraces sustainable development with a focus on the future and passion for the past.
An ancient irrigation system sustains a desert oasis and the heritage of a community.