Brief Information About United Arab Emirates
Located next to the Persian Gulf, the United Arab Emirates is an Arabian Peninsula Nation, renowned for its skyscrapers, Shopping centers, and the ultramodern Burj Khalifa. The southern area of UAE holds the Abu Dhabi island, famous for housing the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque while towards the north are the Sharjah and tiny Ajman and Umm Al Quwain, representing art and heritage at its best.
Top Places to Visit in UAE
The tallest structure on the planet, Burj Khalifa is the most famous sky-high landmark of Dubai. It is comprised of 160 floors that enclose the world’s largest shopping mall, hotels, entertainment precincts, apartment buildings, and an observation deck at the 124th floor.
Dubai Creek Dhow Ride
Dubai Creek Dhow Ride cuts through the heart of Dubai and passes under several bridges, facilitating a marvelous view of the glittering high-rise buildings lining the creek.
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is a harmonious blend of modern and old and has the capacity to hold more than 40,000 people at one time. Situated in Abu Dhabi, this mosque serves as the central place for worship and it never fails to dazzle people with its mosaic, glass work, lavish use of gold, marble, and white stones.
Al Fahidi Fort, a desert fort in Dubai houses the Dubai Museum and holds cannons and battlements in all its corners. The Dubai Museum is the best way to feel the traditional life of Dubai, the one before the oil boom transformed this barren land into a luxurious place. The museum displays the desert Bedouins, the date farmers, pearl fishers, a busy souq, a mosque and much more.