Abu Dhabi is a luxurious city with flair of traditional values combined with the modernism of 21st century.
it is the largest of the seven Emirates and known as a shopperes paradise. The city is dotted with some of
the worldes best modern and historic architecture making it a must visit destination.
one of the richest cities of the world, Abu Dhabi is a perfect example of modern Gulf oil-city evolved from being a fishing village in about half a century. With its rich past tracing back to 3000 B.C., Abu Dhabi, unlike Dubai has preserved its distinct Arabian culture amid all glitz and shimmer. Nestled on a T-shaped island, the place is a federal capital city of U.A.E with all kinds of modern amenities and architecture. The desert city is also home to some of the most beautiful mosques and rustic old cities sprinkled with dust showing its desert-trader past. A stroll in the city centre and along the picturesque corniche with its friendly beaches and lavish promenade are worth a visit. From well-preserved historic sites and religious centres to modern office buildings and high-end shopping mall, opulent restaurants and insanely priced hotels, Abu Dhabi caters to all kind of tourists.
Like other Emirates, weather of Abu Dhabi also remains hot all year-round. The best time to beat the scorching heat is to visit between the months of November and February. Temperature at this time of the year is cool with a requirement of light jacket and sweater. however, if beach is on your mind then plan your visit in October, March or April when the weather is hot but in a nice manner. make sure you avoid unbearably hot months of July, August and September when humidity is also high. other than that, no matter when you plan a go to to the metropolis, one will constantly discover the hotels, eating places, and shops blasting with air conditioner at some point of the summer length.
located on Yas Island, Ferrari world is the world's first Ferrari branded park comprising of various Ferrari motivated rides and attractions. it's also the largest indoor theme park wit biggest Ferrari store along with an array of real Italian eating joint options. Nestled under the bright red roof are some of the most interesting rides including the brand new highest and worldÍs fastest rollercoaster loop in the world, Flying Aces ride and formula Rossa, with a top speed of 250kmph in 4.9 seconds. also, discover the more family-orientated attractions, nation of the artwork simulators, stay performances, electric go-karts and treasure of racing memorabilia. This blood-pumping place is open 365 days a year. With its climate-controlled and refreshing environment, Ferrari world caters to all kinds and age of visitors offering a unique experience for life.
The grand building of the Emirates Palace is an iconic structure of Abu Dhabi in the same way as Burj Khalifa is to Dubai. The place is adorned with dauntless domed gatehouses along with flying ramps to the vestibule, 114 domes and a private beach with 1.3km coastline. The lofty structure of the palace was built at the cost of AED 11 billion, epitomizing magnificence with 1002 crystal chandeliers and 400 luxury rooms and suites. Serving as a cultural centre for the city, one need not check in to the hotel to explore its lavishness. The palace is renowned for hosting operas and orchestras during Abu Dhabi Classics concert season. It also screens the Abu Dhabi film festival thus helping in cultural expansion of the city. other attractions of the place include Barakat gallery exhibiting the fine arts from Egypt, China, Greece, Rome and Africa; the famous afternoon high tea in the vestibule (AED 160); and gold bars dispensing ATM.
spread across an area of 900 hectares, Al Ain Zoo is home to plethora of animal species providing a place similar to their natural habitat. situated near the base of Jebel hafeet is the huge Al Ain Zoo housing over 4,000 animals of which 30 per cent of 180 species are considered endangered. other activates such as camel riding, giraffe feeding, and Elezba petting zoo are some of the latest additions to the zoo. visitors can feed giraffe treats like carrots and lettuce five times a day in a special zone. Elezba petting zoo mounted in a local farm style lets one feed and play with animals such as camels, goats, ducks, chicken, Llamas and so on. special conservation efforts have been made through partnerships with San Diego Zoo, the Fairchild Tropical Botanical garden in Miami, and the world association of Zoos and Aquariums. At this family destination, one can also enjoy picnic at plenty of green public spaces, playground for kids, cafeteria for refreshments and a train tour to explore the wildlife.
Established in year 1891, Al Jahili fort if one of the most remarkable buildings in UAE, which was erected in order to protect the city and its prized palm groves. The fort snuggles amid the gorgeous manicured gardens offering sight that will leave you awed. The place became once the headquarters of the force that was created to protect the mountain pass and keep inter tribal peace, the Oman Trucial Scout,s as well as, residence of the local governor. Now carefully renovated and restored back in its full glory, the fort is adorned with a museum exhibiting the work of British adventurer Sir Wilfred Thesiger.
A beautiful structure sitting 45 kilometres south of Abu Dhabi is the Emirates national auto Museum showing a rich
series of cars.
An unusual pyramid-like structure nestled on the lonely highway in the desert of Abu Dhabi is Emirates national auto Museum, a unique private collection of cars. This assortment of automobiles belongs to the Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan or ïRainbow SheikhÍ as popularly referred to. There are total of 200 motors including off-road vehicles, classic American vehicles and prototypes. Steam-powered Mercedes of 1885 being the oldest car together with the world's biggest truck and newest glass-encased SUVs are some of the prized possession of the museum. The fascinating Mercedes 500 SELs collection bought by the sheikh in 1983 in seven rainbow colors for every day of the weak is the highlight of the place. The museum featured within the BBC programme pinnacle Gears, is an interesting region to forestall at even as on the way to Liwa Oasis.
heritage Village is an amazing imitation of traditional oasis village, managed by Emirates heritage club, providing its visitors an insight to the emirateÍs past. heritage Village is an ideal place to experience and learn the ways of traditional Gulf life and their other techniques. The place features the Bedouin lifestyle with a dash of campfire, traditional tents made of goatÍs hair, coffee and display of falaj irrigation system. There are also the demonstrations of customary skills shown by artisans such as weaving and spinning by women, metalwork and pottery. if you ask for it, the craftsmen may also oblige you with a risk to try them. there may be also a small shop promoting various products which include handmade soaps, dried herbs, silver jewellery, garments and plenty extra.
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