Tourism

The Most favorite Tourists Destination

 

 

 
The United Arab Emirates is a holidaymaker's paradise. With its virgin scenic beaches, cool blue water and a gleaming skyline, the UAE is quickly named as the favorite destination by vacationers from all around the world.

 

 

Along with palm-laden hotels, shiny yachts and colossal malls that would make even the most passionate and addicted shopper wide-eyed with wonder, new attractions are opening up all over the country, drawing new audiences and appealing to an ever more diverse set of vacationers.

 

 

Guests seeking the ultimate hotel experience can sleep like a king in Abu Dhabi's Emirates Palace, where everything that glitters is indeed gold.

 

 

Thrill seekers will not be disappointed with Yas Island, where visitors can experience the adrenaline-fueled Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, or turn a lap like their favorite racing star at Ferrari World – Ferrari's first dedicated theme park.

 

 

Saadiyat Island is the loveliest place and the cultural haven of art lovers. In 2013, a Middle East extension of the legendary Louvre will welcome visitors to the island, abridging Eastern and Western art in the heart of the Gulf. By 2017, the Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry; designer of Guggenheim museum will open its doors to the public, reflecting Islamic and Middle Eastern culture.

 

Tourists seeking a moment of solace will find it in Abu Dhabi's Grand Mosque, which was named after the UAE's beloved founder Sheikh Zayed. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Center, in addition to overseeing daily worship activities, that give visitors an opportunity to learn more about Islam through its cultural-educational programs which are offered in eight different languages.

 

Just north of the capital is the glimmering emirate of Dubai. As one of the world's preeminent luxury tourism destinations, Dubai certainly has this global reputation.

 

In the heart of the city, reaching nearly over a half-mile into the sky stands Burj Khalifa - the tallest building in the world. It was named after the President of the UAE; the iconic tower features the world's highest observation deck on the 124th floor, where visitors can enjoy breathtaking and panoramic views of the city below.

 

 

Just next door, shoppers will be in paradise at the sprawling Dubai Mall, One of the world's largest shopping malls. In 2011, the Dubai Mall was named the most visited destination on the planet, attracting more than 54 million visitors to its over 1,200 stores.

 

Just down the beach stands Burj Al Arab, Dubai's legendary landmark. Built in the shape of a giant sail on a triangular plan, the Burj Al Arab is the only seven-star hotel in world, offering guests unrivalled luxury accommodations and services.

 


As more tourists attractions open all over the state, the UAE is quickly becoming one of the world's most desired destinations, rivaling contenders with centuries of experience, and realizing the dreams of the nation's founders.