Some exciting things in Abu Dhabi, do you know?

The interesting things below will make you fascinated by the story from Abu Dhabi, even though you have not come here yet.

Dubai or Abu Dhabi? 


Abu Dhabi is one of the seven subunits of the UAE - United Arab Emirates. This country is a combination of desert and coast not far apart, the modern urban living in harmony with the Arab cultural identity gives the place a distinct character. Abu Dhabi and Dubai are both emirates among the seven United Arab Emirates. In 1971, the Abu Dhabi Emirate was chosen as the capital of this united emirate. 

It is little known that the richest city in the UAE is not Dubai but Abu Dhabi. So the name of the "richest city in the world" must not be unfounded, with an average GDP of $ 70,000 in 2017. 

The secret of a cloak 


In the scorching sunshine like the Middle East, the white cloak is the indispensable costume of every man. In Abu Dhabi, the highest summer temperature of up to 50 degrees Celsius, the white cloak is actually a comfortable outfit that absorbs less heat outside. 

Travel experience as the king of oil kingdom 

Explore the land through stories about the Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi branch on the island of Saadiyat and around the sea which opened late last year. 

This is a $ 450 million painting by Leonardo da Vinci, one of the largest mosques in the world, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque (also referred to as the Grand Mosque) - Sheikh Zayed was the name of the Sultan, who ruled Abu Dhabi from 1966 until his death in 2004. 

The Louvre Abu Dhabi is located on Saadiyat Island and surrounded by sea opened in November 2017. 

The Sheikh Zayed (Grand Mosque) 

It’s said that the place could host 40,000 pilgrims and 24-carat gold plated places, creating the splendor. If you want to visit the Grand Mosque, you need to ask permission first. The rule here is quite strict for female visitors, who visit the temple must have a head cover sheet covering hair, pants or dresses must be long over knees. 

Visitors have an enjoyable experience to ride camels through the desert. 

Al Jahili fort was built in 1891 around the Al Jahili oasis to protect palm farmers in the UNESCO-designated Al Ain cultural city, which is also a tourist attraction. Later, it was occupied by a notorious pirate named Omani to protect the lanes around the mountains and keep the peace in the tribes. 

The Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital is perhaps the only hospital in the world to display museums of falconry, the pets of the noble families. 

Falcon is a pet animal of the noble family. 

When you know you enjoy the resort, you can go to Emirates Palace. This 7-star resort has been dazzling by its grandeur and elegance, including 394 rooms designed and decorated with gold, platinum and pearls to give a sense of royalty. In addition, Qasr Al Sarab Resort is located in the middle of the world's largest desert of the Red Sand Dunes, or the Jumeirah Hotel is located in the Etihad Building. 

7-star Emirates Palace 

Qasr Al Sarab Resort 

Jumeirah Hotel in the Etihad Building

By: Stephan Swift

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