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Things to do in UAE
Abu Dhabi - explore the impressive Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Completed in 2007, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is considered to be one of the ten largest mosques in the world, and is certainly one of the most impressive. In addition to its four minarets, it has a total of 57 domes made from white marble, one of which is the largest mosque dome in the world. The Mosque is also home to the world’s largest Persian carpet, which is over 6,000 square metres in size, and took over 1,200 women, two years to complete. Unusually this mosque is open to non Muslims.
Dubai - absorb the scenery from the Burj Khalifa
The Burj Khalifa holds the record as being the tallest building in the world, it is so large, it can sometimes be seen from planes that are coming into land at Dubai International Airport. Being over 828 metres high the Burj, holds several records including the world’s tallest elevator and it is in this that you need to ride, to get to the 124th floor, to see the spectacular views from the observation deck or to dine in the equally amazing restaurant on the 122nd floor.
Dubai - spend,spend,spend at the Mall of the Emirates
Now ranked as the world’s third largest shopping centre, The Mall of the Emirates is a spectacular testament to the building prowess of UÆE. In addition to the normal multitude of high end shops and excellent restaurants The Mall is also home to the Middle East’s first indoor ski slope, the Ski Dubai, which has 5 different level skill slopes and a 400 metre indoor black run.
Sharjah - experience the wildlife at the Natural History Museum and Desert Park
Starting off as a protection area for endangered lizards, the Sharjah Natural History Museum and Desert Park has developed into an important museum that records the impact man has had on the desert, as well as the decline of the natural flora and fauna in the region. There is a special area where visitors to the park can also view desert foxes, porcupines and jackals. The Breeding Centre of Endangered Wildlife is also located here, although this is not open to the general public.
Introduction of UAE
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) makes a great starting point for travellers bent on exploring the Middle East as it is a federation of seven emirates holding borders with Saudi Arabia and Oman as well as the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman coastlines. Its rich and varied culture and history, combined with friendly people and a relaxed attitude to Islam, is attracting increasing number of visitors to its shores. Added bonuses are the ultra-modern Uae hotels, nightlife, great shopping malls and other tourism facilities, and the ease of air access through Abu Dhabi's or Dubai's international airports. The capital, Abu Dhabi, is a stunning mix of beaches, waterfront walkways, high-rises, impressive mosques and traditional souks offering everything from spices to jewels and gold. Prices, for everything from lodgings and meals to transportation and treats, are on the rise, but still represent value for money. The most progressive city is Dubai, with Burj Khalifa as its main landmark. Outside the cities, dramatic deserts give way to lush mangrove forests and towering mountains, with medieval forts, palaces and grand heritage buildings dotted across the entire seven emirates.