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10 Reasons That Induce Us to Love Dubai

Abu Dhabi, the extraordinary capital of the United Arab Emirates has started to receive a little media coverage of late. Might I dare to say it, however, the city-emirate is not withstanding, beginning to take a little part of the spotlight from Dubai. The recognition is basically because of the recent opening of a titanic mosque devoted to the late President &founding father of the country, Sheik Zayed – a mosque which a few scholars have equated to the great TajMahal, in India!

Earlier to this there was the launch of Fourteen and Half Billion Dollars Saadiyat Island cultural zone gloating a Guggenheim art gallery (designed by Canadian-born American architect Frank Gehry), that's destined to end up as the world's biggest Guggenheim, as well as a wing of Paris’Musée du Louver (whose designer is Jean Nouvel, of France, the legendary architect), in addition to some breath taking museums. Thereafter it was Abu Dhabi getting included to the Formula One Grand Prix circuit, the launch-race happening in November.

How things change… When I initially shifted to Abu Dhabi over two decades back there were very few individuals who could put it (or Dubai so far as that is concerned) on a MAP! Be that as it may, the hilarious thing is, regardless of all these electrifying new attractions and events, the things which despite everything I note are highly engaging of Abu Dhabi are the things I have all the time cherished about the city. Here they are:

One Reason To Adore Abu Dhabi – It’s a Stunner

Abu Dhabi is lovely. It's a truly appealing city and this is the factor that amazes all vacationers. The presence of high-reaching skyline of gleaming towers that mirror the sparkling ocean. What's more, the city is flanked by ocean (in fact it is a true-blue island) that is a translucent, turquoise colour. The shorelines gloat the finest grains of white sand, & nearly all are fringed with date palm trees.
A beachfront promenade, the Corniche, extends the length of the city, giving an extraordinary vantage ground to appreciate the impressive skyline.

Two Reason To Adore the City –The Corniche

My beloved part of the city, the beachfront promenade merits a personal entry. This is the place inhabitants emerge to have fun in the cooler months – and even during muggy hotter months. Be that as it may, it's winter when the air temperatures flitteraround the low 20s Celsius (high 60Fs) as well as in spring and fall touching a high of 20Cs ---(high 70Fs and low 80Fs), that the Corniche experiences the bulk of the action.Right on the crack of dawn till deep into the night, both residents and expats are out running, walking, picnicking, taking pictures, rollerblading, skateboarding, strolling their canine across the Cornice.

Three Reason to Adore the Capital–It is Laid Back

Dubai might posses the megalopolis attractiveness, yet regardless of resembling a metropolis, Abu Dhabi has the country town appeal. Sun-splashed Abu Dhabi's carefree way of life and easy-going mindset has all the time been the key draw-card for emigrants. Migrants were living here much sooner than sightseers began visiting Dubai to ogle at its seven-star Hotels, momentous shopping arcades, and toss snowballs at its indoor ski park. Aside from Abu Dhabi's unending daylight, is the reality that there's little to do but soak the sunbeams, loll on the pristine sand shorelines, swim in the lukewarm waters, excursion and Barbecue in the numerous parks, and drive out to the Dubai desert for a bit of R&R.

Four Reason to Adore the City – The Architectural Design

It's a very nicely planned place with wide boulevards and traffic which streams openly. It's a breeze to navigate and simple to get around, particularly on a sightseeing of Abudhabi Tour with Alt Dubai through the capital. Whereas Dubai is a sprawling chaos of a city with a messy old center and suburbiawhich have sprung up suddenly, subtly inching into the encompassing desert,Abu Dhabi was a place that was planned for development from the beginning.The place have an urban outline mimicking Manhattan.

Five Reason to Adore Abu Dhabi -- Community tradition is alive

The natives in the city are profoundly given to their conventions – & they are clinging-on tight, & this is the thing that we adore about the place. The city have a rich culture of community traditions established in their Bedouin legacy and Islamic faith, similar to their custom of Arab hospitality,& they have done very well to conserve them.One example is their traditional attire: not at all like Dubai where local children tend to wear Western garments, in Abu Dhabi the folks dress up in crisp white dishdashas& checked gutras&agals, whereas the young ladies wear exquisite black abayas&shaylahs.

Six Reason to Adore the City –A Thriving Art & Culture

More erudite and somber, Abu Dhabi has consistently been the more sophisticated, arty, cultured kin to Dubai. The city has unfailingly been keen to safeguard its culture and legacy – they all the more have a Nabati Poetry Foundation! – but at the same time it has been quick to see cutting edge and contemporary art thrive as well, much sooner than Saadiyat Island's smooth new art galleries got planned.

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7 Reason to Adore the Capital --- The Cultural Foundation

The place has been Abu Dhabi's creative, literary and cultural hub for more than 3 decades.An impressive structure in the middle of the city, ringed by shady parkland, it features the national library and archives, a presentation area, art workshops, plus a huge assembly room that has since a long time ago facilitated a vivacious nightly performance of classical music,  theatricals, ballet dancing, folk dance & song, asides from poetry renditions.Wander about and sneak a look at the glass cabinets showing Islamic craftsmanship, calligraphy, customary musical instruments, and intriguing ancient black and white photos of the pre-oil Abu Dhabi.

8 Reason To Adore the Capital --- Heritage Village

Standing on a delicate white sand shoreline which overlooks the purplish blue ocean and the impressive skyline, the magical Heritage Village offers an understanding into life prior to the finding of oil. While you can meander around and glance over replicas of a barasti house, a little souq plus old mosques, take a camel-ride in a Bedouin campsite, and view artisans beating metal plates of brass, weaving on conventional looms, glassblowing, the high spot is its affectionate yet captivating fort museum. Catch a glimpse of traditional Bedouin outfits and jewelery, khanjars, and a whole host of things.

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9 Reason to Adore the City --- Quasr al Husn

Within the lush gardens of the Cultural Foundation, the palm-lined patio gardens of the charming white fortress Qasr al Husn is a stunning spot to stroll at daybreak or late evening. Enter through the amazing passage adorned with beautiful Portuguese tiles – in the event the grand wooden doors are shut, make your way through the little entryway spiked with iron nails.Inside the fortress is a labyrinth of rooms adorned by painted reliefs of peacocks, blossoms and Islamic chirography, and linked to long galleries with mashrabiya screens & doors with wood carvings.

10 Reason to Adore the Capital –Heritage Corner

The place is a piece of the AbuDhabi Cultural Foundation. Although very small, I believe it's somewhat special. Highlighting a customarily embellished Bedouin tent exhibiting camel bags, pillows and rugs, the Corner has awesome traditional village crafts available to be purchased.The young Emirian hosts would drain a min cup of the cardamom flavored coffee from an embossed brass pot – it's civil to accept 3 cups and tilt the mug lightly, crosswise when you're satiated – also you could gaze at the Emirati women, whose faces are hidden behind intricate gold or black burqa.

Furthermore you would watch talli, an embroidery style for crafting gold and silver ribbons that adorn kandorahs (loose outfits donned at home), besides saddu, a weaving method to create the bold striped rugs and camel rucksacks. The above compiled list of things iswhy we love Abu Dhabiand die to take a memorable Abudhabi Tour. 

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