Abu Dhabi is one of the seven member states of UAE with the capital of the state also named as Abu Dhabi. It is situated on a T-shaped island that juts out into the Persian Gulf. The city of Abu Dhabi is the home of Emirati Royal Family, important federal offices and the seat for the UAE government
Ajman is the smallest emirate out of the seven, constituting UAE. It lies on the Arabian Gulf Coast with the beach extending to 16 Km; the capital of the emirate is Ajman City and is ruled by, the Al Nuaimi family. Ajman also controls two smaller islands of Masfut and Manama.
The glittering city of Sharjah is the capital of Sharjah Emirate and is also the third largest city in UAE. Located on the west coast of UAE, Sharjah enjoys about 16km of coastline and claims to have the largest vehicle market in the entire Middle East region. The city has also been awarded as, the cultural capital of the Arab world by, UNESCO. Overlooking the Persian Gulf, Sharjah, is home to administrative offices, several museums and exclusive shopping