Abu Dhabi – Its Tourist Importance

Abu Dhabi, the capital of United Arab Emirates is considered as the second largest city as per the population and the largest among the seven members of the United Arab Emirates. The geographical feature is that it lies on a T-shaped island extending into the Persian Gulf from the central western coast. The population of the city proper is about 621,000 according the status of 2012.

Abu Dhabi Tourism is opulent in its offerings. The tourism is all set to present to you an Abu Dhabi which is intertwined with rich culture and heritage and an increasingly expanding local and regional arts scene, which is constantly upgraded and collaborated with the underlying theme of delivering experiences which nourishes the lives of our residents and valued visitors alike.

The terrain of Abu Dhabi has been lavishly blessed with a geographic diversity that gives its visitors a destination of true characteristics. It can be of exploring many natural islands, visiting the Arabian Wildlife Park in Sir Baniyaisland in Al Gharbie(Western) region, shopping in modern air-conditioned malls, bargaining for handicrafts in traditional souks, relaxing under the stars of a desert safari, in all these you will find in abundance our trademark hospitality and respect. Here you could also come across the architectural splendor of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.

Take a stroll through the Al Ain’scooling oases and enjoy peace and tranquility. Explore and marvel at the history of an emirate dotted with ancient forts and historic sites – many of the sites are been part of official UNESCO World Heritage sites which underlines its importance.

Abu Dhabi gives you true leisure. Lush golfcourse in Abu Dhabi which is of three championship standard awaits you, apart from that there is pristine beach front with dazzling desert resorts of five-star facilities all can take you to a different world. No doubt this destination will intrigue, captivate and entice you so that you will desire to come back for another visit. Emirates are continuously involved in preserving and maintaining the esteemed desert land seafaring traditions and the unique environments. They also strive to engage and foster understanding of other cultures other then their shores. Visitors will come across a host of cultural destinations like museums chalking out rich history, to modern art exhibitions, and world-class sporting and foodie events. Also you can wander through abundant mangrove forests, visit a centre dedicated to the Saluki (the Arabian hunting dog) and feel surprised by the popular desert sport of falconry.

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