Khor Fakkan (Arabic: خورفكان) is a city in Sharjah, situated on the east shore of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Sharjah is the just a single of the seven emirates that faces both the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. The city, the second biggest on the east drift after Fujairah, is determined to the beautiful inlet of Khor Fakkan, which signifies "River of Two Jaws". Khor Fakkan is an enclave of the Emirate of Sharjah, being geologically encompassed by the emirate of Fujairah. It is the site of Khor Fakkan Container Terminal, the main characteristic remote ocean port in the area and one of the real compartment ports in the UAE.
Khor Fakkan lies on the east shoreline of the UAE, between the Indian Ocean and the Hajar Mountains. The sound of Khor Fakkan is north-east-bound and is shielded from winning breezes by a pier serving the compartment terminal. The travel industry is all around created on account of sandy shorelines and the coral reefs that pull in numerous jumpers. Khor Fakkan Beach misleads the north of the focal point of the town.
Khor Fakkan is ruled by its super-bustling compartment port. On occasion, a whole task force of boats can be seen not too far off, lining to dock, empty or refuel. In any case, Khor Fakkan isn't without appeal, particularly along the family-accommodating Corniche, which is flanked by the shoreline, palm trees, greenery enclosures, stands and play areas. A few kilometers in length, it connects the port and the fish advertise with the Oceanic Hotel.
Khor Fakkan has one of only a handful couple of regular harbors in the United Arab Emirates, and unquestionably the best in Al-Shāriqah emirate, in any case, both due to its segregation and for political reasons, just a couple of interests in port enhancements have been made there, strikingly a container port. Modernization has been limited predominantly to Al-Shāriqah city, the capital of the emirate, on the Persian Gulf. Regardless of this disregard, it was evaluated that when the United Arab Emirates accomplished freedom (1971), Khawr Fakkān was the busiest port in Al-Shāriqah emirate. It had practical experience in the carrying off gold and extravagance merchandise over the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea to Indian and Pakistani ports. It presently has a bond industrial facility and pipe works.