cruzfatima316Women have to wear abaya. you can use their own or if you have one, wear it. people are allowed to take photos inside. any signs of public display of affection is not allowed. respect their culture and religion.
蔡芷涵Yas Water World is a giant water park on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. It covers an area of more than 15 hectares. It is expected to be officially opened to the public at the end of 2012. Visitors will also have the opportunity to experience four types of entertainment that cannot be experienced elsewhere facility. Yas Waterworld (Yas Waterworld) is a giant water park built on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. The project can provide tourists with 43 water entertainment projects. And will provide visitors with an "unprecedented experience". Air conditioning is everywhere. Half a day is definitely not enough to play, especially in peak season. If you play by yourself, it must be yes island one day. Ferrari Park for a day. Because they are all one-vote systems. Ferrari Park is mainly crowded with people and needs to queue up, so the number of projects is unlimited. Moreover, the Ferrari Extreme Roller Coaster will pause for a while every time it runs for a period of time to cool the system, so time is spent waiting. For half a day, I can only play with unpopular projects. For example, there are several Ferrari interactive showrooms.
fly_me_to_the_moonAbu Dhabi is really 10,000 times more fun than Dubai! Especially with the blessing of Warner Bros. World Theme Park! I didn't know the news that the only Warner Bros. indoor theme park in the world had opened. I only knew that there are many amusement parks in Dubai, such as Bollywood theme park, Lego theme park and so on. Abu Dhabi walks the Ferrari theme park. I know that Warner Bros. attracted me because I got a fun item in the big brochure when I was traveling in Dubai. At first sight, it was Warner Bros. Abu Dhabi! Originally planned to go to Abu Dhabi for afternoon tea in the bubble hotel the night, so I planned to go to the playground the last day and go directly to the airport!
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Four Seasons Sharm-El-Sheik is the best hotel in town and probably one of the bests in Egypt. The hotel is huge and has a big pool and private beach. The service was awesome and the decoration was the best. We felt at home all time. They treated you like a star. It completely worth the visit. I recommend you to take a flight to Sharm-El-Sheik to experience this huge and incredible hotel. 👏🏻 You will fall in love.
“Emirates Palace hotel” in Abu Dhabi is one of the best hotels in the world in my opinion. The building is huge and all painted in golden. We were very surprised to have Water with Gold in the room. 😱 Yes, that’s right! For 300 dirhams (about 70 euros) you can drink Water with Gold. I strongly recommend you to stay in this hotel once you are in Abu Dhabi. The breakfast is another level. The service is amazing, it’s really a 5 starts. Unforgettable memories…
Emirates Palace does it again :)
As usual - Emirates palace is a true palace. We had a lovely time!
Special mention and thanks this time to:
Antonios from reservations who was extremely helpful and professional.
Anna from reception who did everything she can to cater to our requests.
Kanisha from beach club who is lovely and so friendly and informed us of the kids movie :)
Imtiaz the lovely butler who has an amazing smile- he is just wonderful!
Sofia from breakfast- she is LOVELY- welcomed us with a big smile and did everything she can to help.
Last but not least Florence from beach club who took the kids on their (as they put it ) best boat trip ever with the amazing lifeguard sorry forgot his name :) then she saw us leaving and came to us and asked if they were the kids who went on the boat ride and sent us the pics! Thank you for caring enough to do this!
Thank you Emirates Palace once again :)s
Getting There -
it can be esely located by searching Al Forsan international sport resort located in Kahlifa city, Abu Dhabi,UAE in Google maps
they have so many different types of activities that can be done in the resort such as horse 🐎 riding, Karting, tennis play ground and much more
nearby you can find some good hotels like Al Forsan spa
Food & Restaurants -
there is so much Restaurants and Cafes in al forsan club and in Khalifa city you can find fast food restaurants mid range restaurants and fancy restaurants in Khalifa city
Getting There - is easy
Attractions - enjoy the beach & pools
Hotels - Radisson blu is amazing
Food & Restaurants - amazing foods
Shopping - is the other best thing in Abu Dhabi City
With its poetic and pure atmosphere, this is considered the most romantic seaside museum in the world. The Louvre Abu Dhabi on Saadiyat Island took ten years and 1.1 billion dollars to build. Here, you can see a 6th century Quran, as well as works by Da Vinci, Van Gogh, and Rembrandt from the Louvre in France.
Let me tell you about a secret spot I found while searching for ancient culture in an international concrete jungle. The camel market (image 1-5), located in Al Ain, is where merchants come to trade their camels. From sunrise to sunset, camel vendors gather in the market and wait for people to come and negotiate with them. Passing by the rows of camel sheds, we arrived in a small square downtown. Vendors in traditional Arabic dress walked around with their camels. As they bargained with one another, their lively voices created a spirited hubbub. We drew vendors' attention as we walked into the market. It was then that we noticed the lack of female camel traders. Vendors excitedly came and told us about their camels when we arrived. Al Jahili Fort - If you want to travel through time and talk to the ancients, Al Jahili Fort is definitely worth visiting. Al Jahili Fort was constructed in the late 19th century and the early 20th century. The yellow castle blends in with the desert. It's hard to associate this humble-looking structure with the idea of a "royal and luxurious" palace, and it seems a world away from the modern metropolis of Dubai. Nevertheless, it is the largest royal summer palace in the UAE. About a century ago, this was the residence of the Arabic nobility. It is also the birthplace of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founder of the UAE. Sharjah Heritage Area - Known as the capital of Arabic culture, Sharjah is home to many art museums, folk customs and archaeological findings. Here, you appreciate every detail of the Islamic world. For these reasons, it lives up to its reputation. Sharjah Heritage Area, also known as Heart of Sharjah, is home to several museums. It is one of the city's hidden gems. This ancient town is practically a museum of Arabic civilization. Although these buildings have been renovated, the original layout and pattern remain unchanged. When compared with well-developed modern cities, time seems to slow down here. It is like a healthy heart, beating rhythmically. Motor Traffic: 1. Dubai to Al Ain: The coach from the Al Ghubaiba station departs once per hour, and a one-way ticket costs 20 dirham. You'll get to Al Ain in two hours. Al Ghubaiba is a bus/coach station in Dubai providing easy transfers. As it is not far away from Dubai Creek, you'll get a great view of the river on your way back from Al Ain at night. 2. Al Ain to Dubai: You can catch the bus at the station opposite the Lulu Centre and get off in Al Ghubaiba. 3. Transport in Al Ain: Neither public transport nor Uber is convenient in Al Ain, so we traveled by taxi instead. Traveling from Al Jahili Fort to Ain Mall, Ain Mall to the camel market, or the camel market to the bus station will cost 20-30 dirham. Remember that the camel market is quite remote, so there are fewer taxis around here. However, there is a nearby superstore, so if you can't find a taxi, you can walk 15 minutes to the mall. Here, you'll find plenty of taxis by the main entrance. 4. Sharjah Heritage Area - Dubai to Sharjah: You can catch the bus at Al Ghubaiba and get off at Al Jubayl. The bus departs every ten minutes, and a one-way ticket costs 10 dirham. You'll get to your destination after half an hour. As Al Jubayl is a stone's throw away from the scenic area, you can walk there. You can also pay 5 dirham for a taxi on a hot day, of course. Returning from Sharjah to Dubai: You can hail a taxi at Al Jubayl station and get out at Al Ghubaiba.
The beautiful coastal road is 10 kilometers long in total. With small green gardens dotted along the way, it's a good place for a day out with the kids. Abu Dhabi tends to be rather conservative, with an emphasis on family. You'll find dedicated family zones in restaurants and shopping malls. The beaches are also divided up by fences and ticket inspections. Individual guests may not be welcome.
Costing 5.5 billion dollars to build, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is said to be the largest and most luxurious temple in the UAE. It's also the only one open to female visitors. This mosque offers free clothes for non-Muslim visitors, like black gowns for women.