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Places to Explore in Abu Dhabi City Tour
Abu Dhabi, the capital of UAE, is a diligent and a well-ordered city with a pretty waterside location and some fantastic sightseeing opportunities. This city has turned into a modern and bustling city with a gleaming skyscraper, broad boulevards, busy shopping, and high rise buildings. There are different monuments in this city which add to its historical charm whereas the Capital gate and Yas Island are some stunning development. It has fantastic beaches that are safe and well-upwind and has many wildlife park gardens and park to entertain the tourists and locals.
1. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque:
The beautiful Sheikh Zayed Mosque is the landmark building in the city's most popular sightseeing attraction. The mosque uses Fatimid, Ottoman and Mameluke design elements to create a thoroughly modern and harmonious mosque that celebrates Islamic architecture. After almost 20 years of construction, this mosque that can hold around 40,000 worshipers was opened in 2007. It is dedicated to late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan al-Nahyan and is the biggest mosque in UAE. This mosque includes an avast library where non-Muslims are allowed to enter, and different guided tours are also available.
2. Mangrove Kayaking Tours:
You can head into the Mangrove forest that rings the island across the city to witness a different side of Abu Dhabi's glass and steel exterior. Here you can explore the last remnants of the forest of the city and understand the critical ecology on mangroves.
3. Ferrari World:
This park is best for adventure seekers and brings the thrill of formula one racing to this city. There are newly learned driving skill on the junior track where small children can enjoy, and adrenaline junkies can ride the flying aces roller-coaster which moves at the speed of 120km per hour on a 52-meter loop. You can witness the Ferrari knowledge fame show and explore the Ferrari factory tour to have a look at the collection of Ferrari cars from 1947 to the present.
Al Has Fort that is also known as the White fort or the old fort is the oldest building and a significant historical point of interest of Abu Dhabi. The interior of this fort has been modernized and renovated as a museum that traces the culture and history of Abu Dhabi city. The museum has a magnificent tile work over the main gate and a courtyard. It has plenty of historical photographs on show.
5. Yas Waterworld:
You can go to Yas Island to cool off and beat the grinding heat in this water park. This dedicated water play area for families is a large theme park with an inner tube river ride, water slides, and free fall speed water slide. It also contains the world's most massive sheet wave and the world's first hydro-magnetic tornado water rafting ride. If this all seems to you too much of an adrenaline rush, then there are cafes, shops, and restaurants in this park for some gentler pursuits.
6. Saadiyat Cultural District:
This island is all set to become the cultural heartbeat of this beautiful city. Louvre Abu Dhabi is located here and has transformed the island into UAE's artistic and cultural hub. You can also come here to check out the next door UAE Pavilion, the art exhibition of the Marat al Saadiyat, and an exhibition space for the island itself.
7. Heritage Village:
This village gives the visitors a glimpse of Emirati life before the oil boom and is a replica of a typical Bedouin village. It is located in a beach area of the city which offers a pleasant place to wander. Thee are different exhibits that feature day to day object and workshop which allow you to witness craftspeople demonstrating Emirati metalwork.
Rapid development in the tourism sector of the Abu Dhabi has resulted in a significant transformation of this city, and this charming city attracts tourist because of its fantastic beauty.
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