Kalba’a is one of Sharjah’s cities, despite the fact that it is not connected geographically to it. Khor kalba’a, soor kalba’a, almahattah, suhayleh, almusalla, aloud, alqadisyah and al barahah are some of the famous areas there. It is governed by Alqwasim who rule both Sharjah and Rhas-Akhaimah.
There are three villages that falls under the jurisdiction of kalba’a city and they are tareef, algayle and wadi elhelow. Kalba’a lay on the eastern coast of Sharjah and has geographical borders with Oman.
Kalba’a has one of the oldest airports in the Arabian Gulf which was used by the English army as a base during WWII.
Some of the famous attractions that you can visit while you are there are hisin kalba’a, Kalba’a’s museum, hisin alza’ab. Kalba’a has two main clubs; khalba’a’s cultural and sports union club and kalba’a’s girls club which provides a lot of facilities to the young ones
Kalba’a has the longest mountain tunnel throughout all the Arabic countries. It connects kalba’a to Sharjah and its more than one thousand and three hundred meters.