Ra's al Khaymah (also Ras al-Khaimah) is the most northern Emirate at the Arabian Gulf, borders the Omani exclave Musandam] and is one of the seven [[United Arab Emirates.
Umm Al Quwain (أمّ القيوين) is an emirate between Ajman and Ra's al Khaymah on the west coast of the United Arab Emirates.
The Musandam Peninsula is an exclave of Northern Oman. Musandam is the northernmost tip of a peninsula that juts northward into the Persian Gulf and is roughly divided along its length between Oman and the UAE.
Khasab is a city in Musandam Peninsula, Oman and home to about 18,000 inhabitants.
Ajman (عجمان Ajmān) is one of the emirate and city of United Arab Emirates.
The easternmost of the United Arab Emirates, Fujairah is the only Emirate not to have a coastline along the Persian Gulf. It is also the youngest of the Emirates, only becoming independent from Sharjah in 1952.
Deira is the area of Dubai north of Dubai Creek and south of the Sharjah border. It is the traditional commercial center of Dubai and the Creek and its dhows were the historic mode of transport.
Dubai (Arabic: دبي) is a cosmopolitan metropolis and global city on the Arabian Peninsula. One of the ten most popular tourist destinations in the world, it is developing rapidly in tourism and trade.
Bur Dubai is in essence downtown Dubai. It stretches from the southern side of Dubai Creek to 2nd of December St or D 73 Rd, formerly Al Dhiyafa Rd.
Emirates Road is an area of suburban Dubai lying inland from the coast. The E 611 road, also known as Emirates Road, runs through the area.
Jumeirah is a mainly residential area of Dubai, but also has beaches and loads of hotels, so attracts tourists. It lies south of 2nd of December Street or D 73 Road, formerly Al Dhiyafa Road.
Jebel Ali is the southern district of Dubai, south of Jumeirah and bordering the emirate of Abu Dhabi to the south.
Hormuz or Hormoz (Persian: هرمز,) is a town on the Southwest coast of Iran.