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Fujairah FAQs


The currency of Fujairah, as well as the rest of the UAE, is the Emirati Dirham which is commonly referred to as the UAE dirham.


Over 80 percent of the population in Fujairah, as well as the UAE, practices Islam. Because of the influence of other cultures in recent years, religions such as Christianity, Hinduism and Sikhism have begun to pop up all over the country. The local government allows the practice of other religions as long as it doesn’t interfere or influence Islamic religious practices in any way.

What do we see in Fujairah?

Dibba, Sharm, Bidya, Wadi Wurrayah, Husn Madhab, Wadi Maidaq, Kalba, Khor Kalba, Awhala, Hayl, Wadi Farfar, Bithna, although not all belonging to the Emirate of Fujairah are all scenic and historic sites in the region of Fujairah City which are well worth a visit.

What is the weather like in Fujairah?

The weather is seasonal, although it is warm for most of the year. Rainfall is higher than the rest of the UAE. Partly because of the effect of the mountains that encircle the Emirate, and partly because the prevailing winds are easterly bringing with them water-laden clouds off the warm Indian Ocean.

What languages are spoken in Fujairah?

The main language spoken in Fujairah is Arabic. Schools are beginning to teach English as a second language which is spoken in the majority of businesses, as well.

Who is behind the emergence of Fujairah?

Ruled by His Highness Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, who has been in power since the death of his father in 1974. The Sheikh and his immediate family heads the cabinet and a few members of respected local families make up the advisory committees.

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What is the local currency in UAE?

Arab Emirates Dirhams (AED or Dhs. - 1 USD = 3.68 Dhs)


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