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Witness Fantastic Attractions During Your Abu Dhabi Holidays

by Amanda Sutcliffe Travel Deals

The capital city of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Abu Dhabi is a major cultural and commercial hub in the country and attracts millions of tourists every year. It is home to many fascinating attractions, including the magnificent theme parks visited by numerous families. The city developed rapidly since oil was first discovered in the late 1950s. In recent times, tourism has contributed immensely to its revenues and the tourism authority has made huge investments in large-scale development projects in the city as well as the emirate. During your time spent in this Emirati city, you'll get to explore its popular attractions.

If you're enjoying your Abu Dhabi holidays with your entire family, your children would have some memorable moments while visiting KidZania on the Yas Mall's ground floor. It is an award-winning concept which is educational as well as entertaining for the kids. KidZania comprises a scaled replica of a real city, spread across a vast area of 55,000 square feet. There are more than 40 role-playing activities to choose from for children of ages 4 to 16. At this venue, they'll get to learn all about the real world and develop certain life skills that cannot be learnt in their classrooms.

You can learn more about the rich history of the Abu Dhabi emirate by visiting the Jebel Hafeet Desert Park. It is home to a variety of historical and archaeological finds. Among them are the 5,000-year-old tombs made of stones, which were constructed between 3,200 BCE and 2,700 BCE. UNESCO had recognised this region as a component of the World Heritage Site in 2011. Jebel Hafeet has now become one of the popular attractions in this part of the UAE and offers a wide range of activities for its visitors. Some of these activities are hiking, camping, and guided tours.

Don't miss visiting the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, which is among the largest mosques in the world and is a symbol of the vision of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan to incorporate architectural styles of different Muslim civilisations. This mosque can accommodate up to 40,000 visitors and worshippers. It adopts an open-door policy, which means that people from different parts of the world can explore the architecture of the mosque, its reflective pools, the prayer hall, and other elements. You can also witness the brilliant calligraphy, which surrounds the hollows of the domes.

While holidaying in the Emirati capital, you can also explore the Al Ain Zoo, which is home to some exotic wild animals. They include the big-horned Barbary sheep, rhinos, Arabian Oryx, tigers, lions, and many other wildlife species. These rare animals have been well-protected and preserved in this zoo with the help of its conservation and breeding program. During your visit to this zoo, you can also explore the Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre. It features interactive galleries, cafes, and restaurants. Giraffe feedings, the largest human-made safari in the world, and a walk-through lemur experience are the main highlights of a visit to this zoo.


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