Why Visit Abu Dhabi ?
• Stunning Beauty
• Abu Dhabi beaches (Corniche, Saadiyat, Yas)
• Laid back environment
• Saadiyat cultural district
• Heritage (Heritage Village, forts, oases)
• Festivals and events
• Well designed infrastructure
• Local traditions
Abu Dhabi is a Cultural Hub
Resting on a white sandy beach overlooking the perfect azure sea, the fantastic Heritage Village gives visitors a glimpse into life before the discovery of oil in Abu Dhabi. See replicas of a barasti, or palm frond house, small souq, and traditional mosque. It’s possible to ride a camel here in the Bedouin encampment, while watching craftsmen beating brass trays, blowing glass, and weaving their traditional looms. Be sure to visit the fascinating museum where you can ﬁnd black and white photos and exhibits of Bedouin costumes, jewelry, baskets, cooking utensils, and bronze coffee pots.
A cultural destination and exhibition space that takes its name from warehouses that have been transformed to become a platform for artistic expression, understanding, and further development of the UAE’s creative community. The purpose of Warehouse421 is to celebrate art and culture, design and creativity, performance and music, from artists and designers based here in the UAE and from around the world, and to let people experience these disciplines in a unique and original space.
QASR AL MUWAIJI
The historic Qasr Al Muwaiji , birthplace of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, has been lovingly restored to its former glory and reopened to the public as a museum and permanent exhibition. Located in the centre of the Al Ain, Qasr al Muwaiji is an impressive structure that has watched over the oasis for over a 100 years.