Capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi is a well-ordered, industrious city with a pretty waterside location. First inhabited by the nomadic Bani Yas tribe in 1760, the settlement remained a small fishing village until oil was discovered. The revenues transformed Abu Dhabi into the modern city of today - a bustling center of government and business.
Abu Dhabi is a most famous tourist spot which is highly recommended by most of the tourist. Attractions includes. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque , Mangrove Forests , Ferrari World, Boat Tour, Observation Deck at 300, Qasr Al-Hosn, Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital , Yas Water World, Yas Island, Emirates Park Zoo, Saadiyat Cultural District, Heritage Village , Liwa Oasis , Women's Handicraft Cent
The mosque fuses Mameluke, Ottoman, and Fatimid design elements to create a harmonious and thoroughly modern mosque that celebrates Islamic architecture. Artisans used glass-work, mosaic tiling, and intricate carvings to spectacular effect on both the interior and exterior.
If the heat is grinding you down, head to Yas Island to cool off at the waterpark. Yas Waterworld is a mammoth theme park, with waterslides and an inner-tube river ride, as well as the world's first hydromagnetic tornado water rafting ride
Journey tour combines the emirate and Desert Harbor Tourism, you will have a full day exploring one of the most attractive in Abu Dhabi - the capital, the UAE, and experience the evening was full of surprises and suspense at Ferarri World Amusement Park
To see a different side of Abu Dhabi's steel and glass exterior, head into the mangrove forests that still ring the islands along the shore surrounding the city.
Al-Hosn Fort, also known as the Old Fort or the White Fort, is the oldest building in Abu Dhabi and one of its major historical points of interest. The palace was built in 1793 as the residence of the ruling family and the seat of government.
Yas Island is one of Abu Dhabi's top luxury hotel destinations, with stretches of sandy beach that are perfect for spending the day sunbathing on.
Abu Dhabi's Heritage Village is an authentic replica of a typical Bedouin village that gives visitors an idea of Emirati life before the oil boom. It's located in a pretty beach area of the city, which is a pleasant place to wander after a visit.
For the best views of Abu Dhabi's glittering skyscrapers, you need to head out onto the water. The views of the high rises are quite spectacular as you drift out from the marina
If you have little ones in tow, this excellent zoo makes a fun day out, only a short drive from Abu Dhabi. There is a host of animals at the wildlife park, including rare white tigers, giraffes, elephants, a herd of zebras, and a Siberian bear.
Saadiyat Island is set to become the cultural heartbeat of Abu Dhabi in the coming years. The Louvre Abu Dhabi (set to open in 2017), the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, and Zayed National Museum (both still in early planning and construction phases) will all be located here, turning the island into the UAE's cultural and artistic hub.
In the south of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, beautiful Liwa Oasis is a great escape from the city. The oasis settlement is noted for its date farming, and one of the largest sand dunes in the world is just on the outskirts.
The Women's Handicraft Center is a good place for visitors to see local women demonstrating traditional skills such as weaving, embroidery, and basketry. It is run by the Abu Dhabi Women's Association and supports local female artisans in their work as well as keeping these ancient skills and traditions alive
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