Abu Dhabi is one of the seven sheikhdoms of the United Arab Emirates. This sovereign territory serves as not only a governmental capital, but also as a cultural and entertainment center . Abu Dhabi, like several of its contemporaries in the region, is well-known for being a cutting edge city heavily influenced by traditional Arabic ways. Holidays to Abu Dhabi have become more and more popular, as a result of the ongoing growth and development in the region. Abu Dhabi holidays offer lots of things to do, but our top list are all sights that shouldn't be missed.
The Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi Hotel and Yas Island
Among the most famous hotels in Abu Dhabi is the Yas Viceroy Hotel, known worldwide thanks to the Formula 1 track it is built around. If you want a closer look at the track, you can pay to power around it in a 400 horsepower Chevrolet sportscar. It's also open for walking, cycling and running on Tuesdays. The hotel itself was built half on land and half on water. It was designed with the latest in architecture and engineering in mind, and gives both groundbreaking design and all of the amenities you expect. Yas Island, the home of the Yas Viceroy, serves as a beacon for adrenaline and adventure junkies. Included in this are one of the world's biggest waterparks, Waterworld. The area is also home to Du Arena, which plays host to several concerts, plays and other big-name acts annually.
Ferrari World is a theme park based on the Italian sports car company, Ferrari. Each of the park's two dozen rides was designed based on, and sits on its well-manicured 86,000 square kilometer campus. You don't have to be someone who loves Ferraris to enjoy the theme park. There's truly something for everyone. Formula Rossa, the world's fastest coaster, is located at Ferrari World. The rollercoaster reaches a peak speed of 240 kilometers per hour. Fore more please visit related website
Sheikh Zayed Mosque
No matter your faith or religious background, you'll learn a lot during a trip to the Sheikh Zayed Mosque. The mosque, the largest in the UAE, can hold over 40,000 people at a time. It's also an architectural wonder. You will enjoy exploring the mosque's 80 domes and dozens of reflection pools. You'll also see more than a thousand marble and gem-decorated columns. Both the world's largest carpet and the largest chandelier in the world reside in the mosque. Walking tours are offered every day after 10 a.m.
The Cultural District
Abu Dhabi has recently begun to develop a cultural district to add to its other attractions. Even though the district is still under development, the Saadiyat Island area already offers a lot of cultural experiences. Bringing popular artwork to the region is the developer's vision. A permanent exhibition known as the Saadiyat Island Story has been installed to explain the vision. In the district, the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi is being primed for its 2014 opening , and the Louvre Abu Dhabi will open the following year. These museums will host art from their namesake institutions. Visiting the cultural district should be a must-see during your holiday to Abu Dhabi. It's only a quick ride from city center.
There's a lot to see when you're touring on your holidays to Abu Dhabi, no matter if you're on a trip with your family, your spouse or even a group of friends. There's actually much, much more to this interesting region than even the top spots listed here. Plan to stay on the go for at least some of the holiday to Abu Dhabi, because there are a lot of things you will want to see and do. You'd be hard pressed to find any other destination quite like Abu Dhabi. resources