Who wouldn’t anyone like a destination which has a shining sun all year around, beautiful sandy beaches, clean and safe environment and access to kinds of luxuries. This is Abu Dhabi for you. The city is also the capital of the United Arab Emirates and hosts a whole range of business and government activities.
1- Sheikh Zayed Mosque
Named after the late Sheikh Zayed al-Nahyan, this Muslim mosque has a capacity to host more than 40,000 worshipers. It brings together classical Islamic architecture with the modern materials and its interpretations. It is without a doubt one of the most beautiful mosques in the world. The complex sprawls over 30 acres without including landscaped areas and vehicle parking.
2- Ferrari World
Abu Dhabi is the only place where a Ferrari branded theme park exists. For any car enthusiast, this is the ultimate place to have fun. The venue also is home to Formula Rossa, the fastest roller coaster in the world. Its popularity can be gauged by the fact that it got the “Middle East’s Leading Tourist Attraction” at the World Travel Awards 2015.
3- Ali Ain Zoo
This zoo is spread over almost a thousand acres in the foothills of Jebel Hafeet mountain range. This zoo is designed like a wildlife sanctuary with natural like habitat made for the animal inhabitants. Al Ain Zoo is home to the almost extinct white lion; only 200 of them remain in the world currently. The sprawling complex has a great number of facilities for families and visitors scattered around including resting areas, picnic areas, eating areas and children holding sections.
4- Yas Waterpark
Yas Waterworld park in Abu Dhabi is located on a nearby Yas Island off mainland Abu Dhabi. It hosts more than 45 different rides and attraction among which five are the first in the world to be ever launched. It is also one of the best water parks both in safety, fun and sustainability. It even received the prestigious Estidama One Pearl green sustainability rating; the first for any water park in the world.
5- Qasr al-Hosn
Qasr al-Hosn is also known as the “White Fort” which was constructed in 1761 to guard the only fresh water well on the island. For the longest time it was part of the palace complex of the ruler or the “emir” of the emirate and has been partially opened to public only recently. The fort today has an extensive museum and its own eleven day yearly festival.
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