UAE’s landscape conjures up visuals of its modern sky-scraper dominant streets, dotted with sprawling malls, palatial hotels and palm shaped islands. In truth, there is this and so much more for the traveller to explore. If the traveller is ready to see the country with another eye, it has ample heritage sights, high-adrenalin theme parks and a plethora of regions that bring one close to nature.
Proudly cosmopolitan and a buzzing transit point for travellers across the globe, Dubai is the perfect city to hit pause and enjoy a short holiday to unwind. The city’s throbbing cultural and adventurous heart has countless options for the traveller that are often overlooked. A Dubai vacation might be incomplete without hitting the glitzy shopping malls and seeing its many architectural achievements, but there more to it than meets the eye. Visiting over a long weekend, or making a short stop? Here are some ideas to see some Emirati landscapes and sights.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi is the capital’s newest attraction, and gives visitors even more reason to visit this exciting Emirate. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is already a huge drawcard for visitors alongside exciting events such as the annual Formula 1™ finale and Taste food festival.
Before their big game, Coach Ben Ryan, skipper Osea Kolonisau, Jonah Tuitoga, and Benito Masilevu decided to perk up their spirits with an exciting Seawings tour of Dubai
Did you know that Dubai Creek is being considered as a world heritage site? There are five other UAE sites on this year’s tentative World Heritage list.