Where can I live in Khor Fakkan?
The city, the second largest in the UAE after Fujairah City, is situated on Khor Fakkan Bay, which means “Creek of Two Jaws”. Kharfakkan Container Terminal is one of the main container ports in the UAE and is the only natural deep-sea port in the region.
From November to April Khor Fakkan is sunny and warm during the day; the evenings are cool and humidity low.
What’s it like to live in Khor Fakkan?
There are many things to do in this city whether it’s eating out, visiting sites or going for cultural walks. There is no reason to be bored living in Khorfakkan as there is a lot of variety to keep you occupied. Compared with Dubai, the prices of activities are always more affordable in Khorfakkan so it’s a reasonable place to live and experience local culture.
One of those nice plans is Snoopy Island, which is just located 100 metres from the Sandy Beach Hotel.
You can also take a boat trip to Shark Island, there are several small rocky islands off the coast that are fabulous for snorkelling or just taking a boat tour.
Transport to Khor Fakkan
You can travel to Khor Fakkan from Dubai by Bus, Taxi or you can also drive. By bus, it should take you around 4 hours and by car 1 hour and a half.
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