Sharjah is the 3rd largest city in the UAE. It is a city full of outstanding landscape and places as parks, beaches, mountains and desert. You can find lots of place to dine as restaurants or hotels and also many sporting activities there. That is so the perfect place to work and do you internship in a good environment. Moreover, if you want to enjoy the nightlife in UAE, it is only fifteen minutes away from Dubai.
About the climate in Sharjah, summer start in May and end in September and temperatures can goes to 50° degrees. Winter start in October and ends in April, it is one of the most pleasant time of the year with temperatures from 20° to 30°.
About accommodations, the rent are cheaper than in other places in UAE. You can find studio apartments or shared flat and bedrooms depending on what you are looking for and your budget. You can even find beach villas. As you can see, you can live in a very good place in Sharjah and enjoying your internship.
Transport to your accommodation from Sharjah Airport
Upon arrival pass through immigration and customs first. After such a long flight you
would maybe like to take a Taxi to your accommodation. But if you are into saving some
money right away, you can also consider taking the train or airport shuttle.
When looking for taxis, you are going to find there are two options: metered and unmetered. Always go with the metered taxis.
The bus system within Sharjah is easy to use. Once you identify the schedule and routes, you can visit most places throughout the city. There aren’t as many buses regularly coming through as you might expect in European cities, but the buses are modern and on time.
A shuttle can pick you up from the airport or take you to Dubai from Sharjah. Your hotel may be able to book you a shuttle. There are also plenty of independent shuttle services. These will cost a bit more than a bus, but if you enjoy a smaller, less crowded means of transportation, this is the way to go.
Different public transport modes in Abu Dhabi are available: These include Bus, Ferries, Metro, LRT and other modes of public transport
Bus: The service is easy to use, with passengers hopping in and out of any bus by placing two Dirham coins in the collection box next to the driver. If you are planning to use the bus on a regular basis, day passes – monthly passes at AED 80 (US$ 21.8) are also available.
Metro: The system will be composed of four basic lines. The metro will mainly connect the proposed Central Business District with Sowwah Island, Reem Island, Saadiyat Island, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi International Airport and Masdar, Capital City District, Emerald Gateway, Zayed Sports City and ADNEC.