A Cultural Melting Pot

Abu Dhabi is fill with the traditions and hospitality of its Arabian past. Beyond the glorious hotels, thrilling theme parks and diverse fine dining, this modern city has much more to experience.
The delight Arabian culture is a foundation stone of Emirate society. Here guests can expect a warm welcome and a culturally rich hub of charisma, and magic.
The best example of Abu Dhabi's marriage of heritage and modern excellence is the transcendent Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. It is a spiritual masterpiece, as great within as it is from a distance. The fantastic white marble mosque can cater up to 40,000 admirers at a time.
The open door policy of the mosques that everyone is welcome. Domes, minarets, columns, reflective pools and gardens itself welcome the approaching visitors. From inside, the spectacle is even more powerful and incredible with:

  • Gold leaf decor
  • Precious stones
  • Calligraphy of Verses from the Holy Quran
  • And the World's biggest carpet.
The guided tours to the mosque reveal the architectural wonder in great details. Shiekh Zayed Grand Mosque is even more elegant at night.
The Zayed Centre in Al Bateen is a tribute to the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. And the center includes a collection of Sheikh's personal belongings and possessions. Sheikh Zayed is consider as the founding father of the Emirates.
The desire and directive of Shiekh Zayed that the Emirates oil wealth be used to blend the old with new and to preserve traditional culture can be evident throughout Abu Dhabi.
One such blend of cultures is at Louvre Abu Dhabi, which was opened in 2017. It was designed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Jean Nouvel.
Saadiyat Island is home to the Salwa Zaidan Gallery located at the St Regis Resort. The Gallery displays the paintings, photography, and art performances of emerging artists.
The Frank Gehry Abu Dhabi and the Zayed National Museum, both are under construction and will add more to the culture here.
Find the origins and history of Emirati culture at the city's oldest building, Qasr Al Hosn in Khalidiyah. A watchtower and fort was built in the eighteenth Century to protect a freshwater well.
Heritage Village of Abu Dhab in marina area provides an insight into pre-oil era life in UAE.

Arabian culture is revealed in the form of goat-hair tents, camel tending and artisans. A fort, a mosque and different styles of traditional housing complete the fascinating enclave.
Also, you should find time to drive to Al Ain, an hour and a half from Abu Dhabi city. Al Ain is the largest inland city in the Emirates. And it is home to UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites.

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